Don't-Miss iOS App Stories
Along with some Halloween-friendly emoticons, there are several functional improvements to the latest version of Skype.
Outlook for iOS and Android is getting a visual refresh, as Microsoft celebrates having more than 30 million monthly active users running the app.
The clothing consignment platform wants you to open a boutique, not just sell your old clothes.
The iPhone 6s display could potentially weigh out your morning coffee if Apple would allow it.
Twin balance boards let you take a physical approach to iPad gaming.
This updated app turns your iPhone into a pressure-sensitive graphics tablet for your Mac.
JP Morgan Chase will launch its own smartphone payment platform in mid-2016, going head-to-head with rival services from Apple, Google and Samsung.
Microsoft's scanning app for mobile devices now integrates with Office 365 for business and education users, while Office Lens for Android now has a business card mode, which lets users easily turn physical cards into digital contacts.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey kicked off the company's developer conference, announcing several new mobile products and features.
iPhone users are now able to read "thousands of new articles" right from the Facebook app.
Ultimate Ears is embracing the social aspect of listening to music with a new app feature that lets up to 3 devices connect to its line of UE Bluetooth speakers.
Apple is slowly adding public transportation directions to its Maps app. Next up: Sydney, Australia.
Why Apple's new Notes apps for iOS and OS X still can't beat Evernote.
This week's roundup of new and updated apps inlcudes FoodChasers, which features only good restaurant reviews. Negative reviews? That's what the rest of the Internet is for! Read on!
This never-dull campaign for iOS will make you want to jump back on the ninja bandwagon.