Don't-Miss Lifestyle software Stories
Google is shutting down its Alfred restaurant recommendation for iOS and Android. Users who want to save their favorite restaurants from the app need to act now.
We go hands on with Any.do's second app, Cal, a nifty little calendaring app that aims to give you back more of your free time.
Apple has quietly pulled a controversial app that promised to rid users of their homosexuality, amongst other purported sins.
Visiting the national parks this summer? If you’re carrying your smartphone in your pocket, you’ll have all the guidance you’ll need to get around rough terrain with apps from the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Dissatisfied with Apple's Messages? There are other messaging apps for iOS to choose from. And while they might not be able to completely replace Messages, they could teach it a thing or two.
Earlier this week, Pinterest unveiled a subtle, but more visually appealing new look with a few new features. App updates released Thursday bring the new Pinterest to mobile users.
Do we really need an app for that? Here are 15 off-the-wall apps for the iPhone and iPod touch that really shouldn’t be in the App Store.
Traditional online dating is old news: Thanks to my iPhone, I’ve discovered new and exciting ways to be humiliated. Here are my stories.
iOS's Newsstand has been open for business for nearly a year-and-a-half. We look at what a pair of recent Newsstand additions from some long-established magazines are doing digitally -- and how a young up-and-comer is teaching them a thing or two about making the most of the iPad.
This mobile music app for the iPhone wants to be the Instagram of music.
Another day at Macworld/iWorld means another rapid-fire round-up of products that caught our eye. Carlos Rodela is your tour guide.
BigDay, a new, free iOS app, can remind you of the important days in your friends' and family members' lives.
Make objects move, predict the future, and identify which card your friend picked, with this set of apps from exhibitor Rostami Magic.