Despite that February is a short month, there’s been a veritable explosion of new iPhone and iPad apps. In fact, iOS users have been kept super busy trying out everything from social networking and games to some awesome photography and artistic debuts. Here’s 10 of our favorites. Show More Summary
Find My iPhone was first released in June 2010 initially for the iPhone. Now, Find My iPhone allows you to track the location of your device, be it an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, in case it gets lost or stolen. This is a great benefit because when you locate your device using Find My […]
Spacetime Studios has announced their next game — Call of the Champions! Creators of hit mobile MMORPGs like Arcane Legends and Pocket Legends, Spacetime Studios says Call of Champions will be a free-to-play MOBA-themed fantasy game and, what's more, it will be released for the iPhone and iPad sometime this year. Show More Summary
[A guest review from Ashley Taylor, photographer] What is a photographer’s most important accessory? If you’re thinking, “well, a camera, obviously”, then you’re absolutely right. That’s why camera cases are a close second after the camera. Show More Summary
There's the iPad, the iPhone, so how about an iCar? There's a lot of talk lately about Apple joining tech giants Google and Tesla by getting into the auto business. But, can these Silicon Valley companies really take on Ford, GM and Chrysler? Techonomy's founder and CEO David Kirkpatrick joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to bring us the latest.
Another week of awesome games, including one kinda-sorta weird review where we focus on a specific IAP item inside of a game. But, to be fair, figuring out what to do with content-centric IAP is still a little weird for us... Bur, whatever, you need Pinball Arcade any way you slice it. Again, these are
Surprisingly, this is new, not refurbished, and it's not a measly 16GB model, either....
A new report from Strategy Analytics published on Wednesday suggests so-called "Brand X" tablets collectively outperformed Apple's iPad and offerings from Samsung in 2014, marking the first time generic device makers beat out the two established brands on a year-end basis.
The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode Priority podcast intercept! Apple has sent out invitations to a 'Spring Forward' event in March. We'll be there, but...Show More Summary
Highlights of today’s update to Vesper: Native iPad support. Landscape support on all iOS devices. iOS 8 sharing sheet support. A new price that reflects the actual value of Vesper. Yours truly, writing at the Vesper blog: Now that Vesper supports all iOS device layouts, we’re raising the regular price for the app to $9.99. Show More Summary
Emoji has become such a vital part of our communications. The ability to send small images that help convey our emotions is an extremely powerful feature. Since 2011, Apple’s iOS devices have provided native support for emoji. It’s a fantastic feature, but often left unused. Show More Summary
Parrot's new Bebop drone has arrived, and we've been dying to play with it. The remarkably stable new aircraft sports a fully controllable fisheye camera, as well as a sophisticated controller that works with an iPad, for real-time viewingMashable's...Show More Summary
TypeSnippets is a new keyboard for iOS 8 that makes text expansion visual. Instead of typing your email address or phone number over and over again, TypeSnippets lets you create shortcuts that you only need to tap to activate. WhereShow More Summary
We're inching ever-closer to the start of the 2015 baseball season, and the MLB At Bat app for iPhone and iPad has been updated accordingly. Some of the main highlights of the update include a refreshed UI, expanded player search, and Spanish language support. Show More Summary
Google Maps for iPhone and iPad has been updated. The app will now help you find businesses near an address that you search for. You can also find quick facts about local landmarks. Users can also now find information for upcoming events from select venues. Show More Summary
For many families, next week is March break, when the schools close and the kids come home. If they're coming home to iPhones and iPads, there's a lot to keep them busy — and learning! Whether you're going on vacation or enjoying a much-deserved...Show More Summary
Many thought that the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 would come out in the next month or so since Microsoft has recently slashed the price of the Surface Pro 3. TheAir Herald is one of the sites that was predicting a new Surface Pro 4 arriving very soon. Show More Summary
Q Branch is out with a big update to Vesper, the alternative note-taking app for iOS. Vesper 2.005 adds landscape support to the app for iPhone so you can now browse, manage, and create notes outside of portrait orientation. The 2.005 update also includes Vesper for iPad, the first time the note-taking app has been available […]
The MLB.com At Bat app for iPhone and iPad gets a big update today in time for Spring Training bringing Spanish language support, new features, and all the details on what content will be available. Most of the app has also been redesigned including all new UI’s for team pages, scoreboards, and the newsreader. Also […]
Google is packing even more useful information into the latest version of its Maps app for iOS. Google Maps 4.3.0 for iPhone and iPad adds several contextual data points to locations like nearby businesses for address searches, quick facts for notable locations, and even event information for select venues.As you can see with the Empire State […]