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The official New York Times applications for iPhone and iPad have just been updated. These apps are both now ready for iOS 8 and include a few new features like Handoff support. NYTimes still isn't a universal app, but the two do share the same changelog with today's update. Show More Summary
Transmit for iOS now brings some new features found on iOS 8 to its file transfer app. Now, you can open and save files directly from your file server, which would allow you to leverage your server as your own cloud storage. Transmit is a debut app on iOS and is now in version 1.0. Show More Summary
Screens VNC for iOS has been updated to version 3.5, and is now ready for iOS 8. Screens 3.5 brings some refinements to the user interface, which is now simpler and cleaner. The app is also supports Mac's Adaptive Display, making it faster. Show More Summary
If you've somehow managed to get iOS 8 loaded up after all of the traffic today, and you're eager to get started with Notification Center widgets, we've dug up a bunch of notable apps that started supporting them today. There's a lot more to read about widgets in iOS 8, if you're interested. Show More Summary
iCloud Drive is revamping the traditional iCloud service we've been using for a few years now. Instead of just being able to house your contacts, calendars, Photo Stream, and backups, iCloud Drive can act as a central repository for lots of different kinds of files. Show More Summary
Mail on iOS 8 brings with it some new features iPhone and iPad users are going to appreciate.
OnePlus announced that the company has cancelled production of the bamboo StyleSwap cover for the OnePlus One phone. Originally created to give more flexibility and allow for customization of the affordable handset, similar to what Motorola...Show More Summary
Clear for iPhone has just been updated. Head into the Apple App Store and you'll now see the popular task and reminder app at version 1.4.3. Today's update is notable for fixing a few bugs. Here are the bug fixes for version 1.4.3 of...Show More Summary
Popular third-party photo capture app Camera Plus has received a major update that brings with it some new features introduced with iOS 8. New to the app, which is now in version 4 and requires iOS 8.0, are features such as Family Sharing, Extensions, Handoff, direct deletion, and non-destructive editing. Show More Summary
While the majority of us aren't busy updating to iOS 8 today, we know there's a pretty big group of folks that have an Apple product or two, and probably want to know more about what's new, how it all works, and why we want to update to Apple's newest version. Show More Summary
Developer which was under target for copying King's Farm Heroes Saga and Pet Rescue Saga agrees to pull its games from sale and pay out a settlement....
Pocket has received a substantial update today, bringing new features, including support for extensions in iOS 8. Additionally, you can now tag when you save something, and share with more services, and seamlessly move your reading between mobile and desktop. Show More Summary
In the midst of launching iOS 8 to all current iOS devices, Google had just updated its MyGlass app for Google Glass. With the new app, now in version 0.8.0, users can automatically synchronize their photos to their phones as they take them. Show More Summary
Google's global augmented reality game Ingress has a new video to help you better understand it. Ingress is GPS-based game that's all about urban exploration as you fight for control of 'portals'. Check out the video to learn more about this game available on Android and iOS.
As consumers are updating their current iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch units to run the latest iOS 8 software that is being made available today to customers for the first time, there are questions surrounding the new HealthKit software. Show More Summary
Whether they're fun, serious or somewhere in between, we see plenty of statues around. They often take painstaking amounts of time and effort to create, and can take on a variety of different styles and shapes. We want to see the best shots you can take of a statue of any kind, big or small, this week. Show More Summary
Hello, gentle readers, and welcome back to the RPG Reload, the weekly journey to seek the long-buried legends of iOS RPGs, revisit them, and escape within 2,000 words. I haven't succeeded in that yet, and I'm pretty sure today isn't going to buck that trend. As this week's installment hopefully demonstrates, we are welcome to
Following the announcement of Metal at WWDC, we've sort of been daydreaming about the amazing console-style games we'd see on the App Store with developers in iOS 8 soon being able to access the raw power of iOS devices. It didn't help that Apple straight up boasted about console engines being able to run on