This week's roundup of iOS apps is full of the undead. But don't worry, we've also got apps available for real live human beings, too.
LUMOback is the automatic nagging machine our parents always dreamed of.
More than 1 million apps are now available in the App Store, and more than 20 million listeners are using the new iTunes Radio.
Oyster's 'Netflix for books' is now available for iPad. Plus, we have new apps for people who love games, words, maps, and more.
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps includes new ways to make images look great; including both still photos and videos. Now, everything you produce will have a professional sheen.
Flickr has added a new auto upload feature to its iOS app, the photo service announced Wednesday.
This week's roundup features new and old ways of gaming on your iOS device. Like sports, adventures, dieting cats? We've probably got something for your tastes.
Host Jackie Dove speaks with the developers of Frax, a new fractal generation app.
Angry Birds Star Wars II is out. Should we tell you about other apps, or do you already know how you're spending all your waking hours this week?
Though both the iTunes and App Store have significantly updated design schemes, both apps are functionally almost identical to their iOS 6 counterparts. Newsstand, meanwhile, gets a new look and the ability to hide inside a folder.