Don't-Miss iOS app Stories
The captured touch screen data could be used to reconstruct what users typed
This new streaming digital movie service debuts with iTunes to let you bring your Disney movie collection with you.
Don't subject your friends to narrow videos squeezed between two black panels.
With another big third-party keyboard launch, Apple could finally feel some pressure to consider integrating other keyboards with iOS.
This week's roundup includes a trippy new iOS app from Radiohead, offering a musical window into a different world. Also on tap: apps to help you shop, read, and listen to music even better than you already do.
This new companion app lets you control a slideshow displayed from your iPad with your iPhone.
This smart app acts as part calendar, part life organizer.
Flappy bird was awful. These games are not.
Instead of moping around on February 14, use any one of these apps to live footloose and fancy-free.
This week's roundup includes Pedometer++, an app reportedly great at creating guilt when users discover how little they walk during the day. Also on the roster: George Harrison, wedding planning, and a detailed look inside the human body.
According to 9to5mac.com, the next edition of iOS, in conjunction with a yet-to-be-announced wearable device (a.k.a. the iWatch), will be able to track your vital statistics as well as your movements.
Among this week's new and updated apps, we feature an offering designed to help you make the best Caesar salad ever. Really. Plus, games, social media, and more!
This week's roundup of iPhone and iPad apps includes a fresh update for a much-loved cooking app. Also featured: new apps for those who love photos, scheduling, studying, and their dogs.
Google to iPhone and iPad users: "Hey, we have movies and television, too!"
This week's roundup includes a new game featuring Sonic and friends, myriad updates to the Kindle book-reading app, fun with puzzles and physics in Feed Me Oil 2, and much more.