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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.
Mozilla continued its push to provide users with privacy options for their Web browsing on Tuesday when it released a new content blocker for the iPhone and iPad.
Facebook's Slingshot, Rooms and Riff are no longer available on the App Store, and the unit that created these standalone apps has shut down.
Dropbox is shutting down its Mailbox email and Carousel photo apps, ending the strategy for killer cloud-enabled consumer apps.
Slick street racing provides solid free entertainment, albeit with familiar free-to-play restrictions.
One of the best-loved RPGs of all time is now on the App Store, and it's plenty weird—but still pretty wonderful.
This week's roundup offers two apps—one new, one updated—that let you view TV shows and games when and where you want. Plus: Two new messaging apps. Read on!
New LED lights on Uber cars will help you find your ride after a crowded concert or event.
This week's roundup of apps includes several different games—ranging from party fun to brain-twisting puzzlers. Read on!
Adobe is shutting off the free tier and going all-in on the Creative Cloud Photography plan.
Uber's new Business Profiles let users pay with a separate credit card and generate expense reports.
You can still use apps to edit photos and share them to Instagram, but the company is being more selective about which apps have access.
In this week's roundup of new Mac apps, we bring you tools that help you organize your desktop, keep your data safe, and safely manage and share all of your photos.
Your queries to Google search can now use more complex phrases, superlatives, and time-specific references.