Don't-Miss iOS App Stories
The OneNote and Evernote note-taking apps are both useful, but one is thoughtfully designed for use with the iPad Pro and Apple's Pencil stylus, while the other ... isn't.
This week's roundup includes two new apps that promise to revolutionize the way you get your headlines.
Giphy wants to be the one-stop-shop for all your GIF-sharing needs. But how does the new Giphy Keys compare to other GIF-focused iOS keyboards?
These $150 Bluetooth sneakers track your workouts without a phone nearby.
Got an Asus-branded router? This app makes it super easy to manage your home network.
It's an impressive connected toy for the family, although the optional expansions muddle the fun.
True, these aren't the most complicated games, but for a quick-play distraction, they may just fit the bill.
Apple’s Music app feels like overkill for simply playing your iPhone’s music library. These apps do a better job.
The latest update for this Twitter client brings it back into closer alignment with Twitter's site, but it continues to have its own excellent approach.
Find out what your friends are listening to and get quick access to a shared playlist.
Plex for iOS turns digital media into a secure personal cloud viewable from anywhere there’s an Internet connection (or offline, with a paid subscription).
Apple's first Android app makes it relatively painless to transfer you data to an iPhone or iPad.
Organizer helps keep your iCloud Photo Library tidy by enabling date, time, and location data adjustments not possible with Apple Photos on iOS.
It may no longer be the wonder child of yore, but this old dog still has a few tricks up its sleeve.
This status display app looks great on an iPad or projected onto an HDTV screen
The App Store is teeming with apps for shutterbugs, and filtering through all of them can be harder than capturing a clear photo of Bigfoot. So we put the best, most buzzed-about camera apps to the test.