Don't-Miss Software Stories
Dropbox on Wednesday introduced its new Sync API, which the company says will let developers focus on their apps' core functionality, while Dropbox handles the intricacies of file syncing.
QuikIO, the iOS app that lets users access photos, videos, and music directly from their Macs and PCs, has added mobile-to-mobile file transfers to its iPhone and iPad offerings.
Apple on Wednesday unveiled three firmware updates designed to address issues with older batteries in its MacBook line of laptop computers.
A new online service lets users combine social networking with App Store shopping as they peruse the latest offerings for theiriPhone and iPad. Applr launched Wednesday, the creation of developer Michael Johnston, who has been working on the project since 2010.
Macworld is now accepting product submissions for the Best of Show Awards. If you are a company exhibiting at Macworld/iWorld 2013, you can have your product considered for the awards.
If you are a lover of slow-cooked foods, then this week's roundup of iOS apps includes what must surely be the best app ever created.
A federal judge in California has ordered Apple and Amazon.com to sit down and attempt to settle a lawsuit between them over Amazon's use of the "Appstore" name for its online application marketplace.
This week's roundup of iOS apps features offerings to show you where to go, what to look at when you get there, and how to share the best photos of those places with your friends.
Apple on Monday announced that the App Store has eclipsed 40 billion downloads, with nearly half of those coming in 2012.
The new year brings new games, updated newspaper apps, and an introduction to dinosaurs for the youngest iPhone and iPad users.
This week's roundup of new and updated apps features new ways to achieve a Zen-like state.
The iTunes Store gives you a list of the best of 2012 and now lets you give your friends apps from your iOS devices. Elsewhere, News Corp gives The Daily's staff the option to dance for their pink slips and an untrustworthy source gives us some spurious rumors about the next iPad mini.
This week's roundup of iOS apps brings you the work of composer Philip Glass, as well as the Monstrous work of Mike and Sulley. Why choose between the two?