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.
New versions of iPhoto tighten integration between Apple hardware, desktop, and cloud services.
Sure, Apple's iWork and iLife apps are the heavy hitters, but this week Cupertino also revved many of its smaller apps for iOS and OS X. Here's a rundown.
Apple has released new versions of GarageBand for iOS and OS X. Chris Breen gives a listen.
Apple made waves during Tuesday's media event when the company announced that its iLife and iWork suite would be free for customers who buy a new Mac or iOS device. But the apps are also free for users who already have the apps installed, and one app is free, period. Here's our guide to demystifying Apple's new pricing structure on its iLife and iWork apps.
If other recent Apple announcements weren't enough to get your head in a spin, Apple has pushed iOS 7.0.3 to iOS devices everywhere. The update adds support for iCloud Keychain and should provide two big fixes: both to the accelerometer calibration issue some users were seeing and recent iMessage bugs.
Long-awaited upgrades finally come to Apple's iLife collection of creative desktop and mobile applications.
More than 1 million apps are now available in the App Store, and more than 20 million listeners are using the new iTunes Radio.
iOS 7 is a challenging change for some people. Chris Breen offers tips for making it work and look the way you want it to.
If you find yourself having problems with the motion sensors that power your iPhone's Compass, Maps, or other third-party apps, there's an easy way to try and fix the problem -- though it may not always work.