Don't-Miss iOS App Stories
According to Nielsen, Facebook and Google rule the mobile world, and Apple Music is more popular than we thought.
The King template strikes again: It's powerfully addictive, yet constantly grating.
Filters are fine, but take your Instagram posts to the next level with these editing apps.
This week's roundup includes Badland 2, a sequel to one of the best games ever made for iOS. Plus, apps for productivity, reading, and more. Read on!
Familiar characters and locales are charming, but there's little depth to this affair.
Apple Music meets its #squadgoals, MacKeeper is hacked, and we gush about an app every TV and movie junkie must have.
Facebook partners with ride-sharing services to make its FB Messenger more than just a messaging app.
When IBM and Apple forged their partnership last year to bring new mobile apps to the corporate world, their promise of bringing 100 such apps to market by the end of 2015 was widely considered an ambitious goal. Sure enough, though, it now looks like they've hit their target right on schedule.
Rebooted series brings the plastic guitar to iPhone and iPad, but you can play without, too.
Yahoo Video Guide is a modern-day TV Guide for finding what to watch and where to find it across a variety of services.
Think there's nothing new in the world of book-reading, weather-forecasting, or calendar apps? Think again—and read on.
Tumblr beats Instagram as the first photo-sharing app to offer support for Live Photos taken with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
An update to one of the top photo editors for iPad and iPhone 6s supports iOS 9 features and huge images.
For the first time, Apple picked the best Apple Watch and Apple TV apps, too.
This week's roundup of new Mac apps brings you better ways to organize your thoughts, edit your pictures, take notes, and keep yourself entertained.