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Get the best word-of-mouth recommendations from the people you (should) trust the most: Your friends and family.
A future update to the iOS cooking app is going to add next-day ingredient delivery for users in San Francisco and Los Angeles. If all goes well, the feature rolls out to other cities later this year.
Apple reportedly won't OK Steve Jobs-themed offerings for its App Store, and the mobile world is a gloomier place because of that.
It's kind of like Spotify -- but with food. Yummly recommends recipes based on your personal tastes.
Breather's app lets iPhone users unlock private rooms for work and conferencing.
Instead of moping around on February 14, use any one of these apps to live footloose and fancy-free.
If the holiday season meant a new iPhone 5c or 5s for you, we can help you get started with nine terrific downloads from the App Store.
That new iPad you got for the holidays will seem a little barren until you start adding some apps. We can tell you what you should download.
It's been almost three and a half years since Apple released an Apple Store app for the iPhone; naturally, it's about time for an iPad version.
Read-it-later service Pocket now sorts your stories by length and popularity, making it easier to power through your reading list.
Whether you're cheating at Movember or just want to see what your baby would look like with a beard, this free app is good for a laugh.
Order old-school paper prints directly from the most advanced camera you've ever owned—your smartphone.
Who needs a puppy school when you've got a smartphone?
You can swipe to the right to pick a partner on one app and unzip their STD results on another. Welcome to dating in the 21st century.