Don't-Miss iOS App Stories
This fairytale hidden object puzzler is the perfect escape.
The Apple Watch relies on the iPhone for a lot of tasks, but not everything. Take it for a run, pump some tunes, and buy a smoothie at Whole Foods—no iPhone required.
The app let users post comments to a feed without their names attached
Nutrition-tracking comes to one of our favorite health apps, but don't expect calorie counts.
New Instagram filters and emoji are always popular, so Instagram combined the two in Monday's update for iOS.
Hackers can exploit the vulnerability to launch man-in-the-middle attacks and decrypt traffic from the affected apps.
The makers of a popular night-sky and celestial bodies app use Apple Watch features to reach for the stars.
Before the Apple Watch even shipped, updates started hitting the App Store, adding Watch interfaces to the apps we already love on the iPhone.
The app can pull out words from a speech or interview in a snap.
DJs no longer have to stand behind a laptop and their gear. The djay 2 Apple Watch app puts the control of your mix right on your wrist.
Collaborate with coworkers without diving too deep into a project with these essential Apple Watch apps.