Don't-Miss Mac Apps Stories
While upgrading a free app to paid and purchasing a paid app might seem like the same thing, Apple says you can’t share in-app purchases.
A new release of third-party Twitter client Tweetbot for macOS offers compelling features, but there’s a countdown clock for some elements that Twitter might limit.
A iOS podcast app oriented around triaging what you listen to offers a strong free flavor and better controls.
Topics: iOS 11.4, the Developers Union, and the Razer Core X. Plus your comments and questions.
Is it as good as it sounds? Join us as we find out for ourselves!
We play the new iOS Harry Potter game for iPhone and iPad to see if its free-to-play payment model is as bad as it seems.
If you have apps downloaded from different accounts, you’re stuck.
While Apple removed app sync from iTunes, there’s still a manual method.
An App Store error says the app is incompatible.
From useful utilities to handy archivers and transcoders, here are 30 free yet powerful macOS apps you can download today.
Why settle for a camera's tiny screen when you can use an iPhone or iPad? And you can use Cascable as a remote shutter control, too.
We're often asked how to do the seemingly impossible: Erase history.
App for creating short, sharable video clips includes Selfie Scenes, a new feature for iPhone X users.
Deleting those iOS apps seems like a scary thing to do. But if you are using iTunes 12.7, you can do it. Really.
Space is often at a premium on iPhones and iPads. That's why it makes sense to keep only those apps that you know you really want. Here's how to get rid of the ones you don't.