Don't-Miss iOS App Stories
More than 500 companies are running IBM apps on Apple mobile devices, Apple CFO Luca Maestri said on an earnings call.
With Send, Microsoft launches instant messaging that works within an Outlook environment.
The apps use technology like predictive analytics and are for business travelers and mortgage officers, among other professionals.
The latest from the Where's My Water? maker has a breezy free-to-play model and solidly distinctive puzzle play.
An Adventure mode with new 3D stages is just icing on the cake for this awesome series return to iOS.
It's a foodie's dream in this week's roundup—we have apps that show you how to prepare food, make reservations, and even split the bill at your favorite restaurant. Yum!
The app now lets you pick a soundtrack for your videos.
It doesn't matter how old you are, a new report claims you're most likely getting your news via social media.
The popular iOS shopping platform just bought a lock-screen app to personalize its buying recommendations.
With the all-star break in full swing, we find out which official baseball game is worth playing the rest of the season.
This week's roundup includes the new Star Wars app, as well as photo, travel, and game offerings. May the Force be with you!
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find a great way to make sure your bills are never late, tools that help your digital design efforts, and an app that turns summer into winter at the click of your mouse.
Photos had been limited to 640 pixels since the company's launch in 2010
This week's roundup of iOS includes fresh upgrades for some of your favorite apps—plus a few new apps for those of you impressed by novelty.
This week’s roundup of new Mac apps also brings you a Gmail client for your desktop, a quick refresher on the periodic table of elements, and a little something that keeps an eye out for uninvited guests.