Don't-Miss iOS app Stories
The CIO of the City of Cambridge, Mass., developed an iPhone and Android app that citizens can use to report potholes, vandalism and other issues and track that they are being fixed
The new iPad, Mountain Lion, and the story of a man named Daisey are just some of the topics we beat into the ground in the latest incarnation of the Macworld Pundit Showdown.
Rovio Entertainment, the developer of the popular Angry Birds games, has acquired Futuremark Games Studio.
The country's top antitrust official doesn't trust Apple, Tim Cook is shanghaied to China, and people who shop in glass stores should really watch where they're going.
Just because Disney is a giant company, don't think its mobile division wasn't excited about one of its games pushing the iOS App Store past the 25 billion download mark earlier this month. But Disney Mobile is even more excited about future growth of the smartphone market.
This week's roundup apps brings you new and better ways to get in shape, watch TV, and battle alien pigs. Because in space, no one can hear you oink.
Ranking members of the House's Energy and Commerce Committee has asked leading iOS developers how they collect and store user data.
There's a growing market for iPhone- and iPad-based card-swiping systems, like those offered by Square. PayPal recently announced that it's launching its own card reader and app for iOS; it joins a sector that also includes big players like VeriFone’s Payware and Intuit’s GoPayment. We survey the field.
A report from All Things Digital indicates that OMGPop, the developer behind Draw Something, will be acquired for $200 million by Zynga.
Smule, the developer known for its music-themed iOS apps, added a new iPhone app to its ever-growing stable on Wednesday. Beatstream is a game you play with your own music library.
On Wednesday, SRS Labs released an iPad version of its MyTunes Pro music browser and audio enhancement app. Christopher Breen offers his first impressions after using it for several weeks.
A new survey of more than 2,100 app developers released jointly by IDC and mobile development platform vendor Appcelerator Tuesday found that 78.6 percent of developers were interested in creating apps for Android smartphones during the first quarter of 2012. That's down from 83.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2011.
Comixology's Comics app is about to be updated with support for high-resolution graphics for the third-generation iPad.
There are two kinds of people in this world: Folks so excitedly using their brand new iPads that they're ignoring this week's Weekly Wrap, and the rest of us. For you who cling to your older iPads, or simply aren't ready to own an Apple tablet at all, I once again present a roundup of the biggest and best stories from Macworld.com over the past week.
The new iPad's interiors get scrutinized down to a molecular level, while Apple puts Retina-ready apps under the microscope. And Apple's got its eye on any office space around.