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Haiku Deck for iPhone is here, and we have all the details

Haiku Deck, a snappy and visual alternative to PowerPoint and Keynote that has, until today, been an iPad app, released its first-ever native iPhone version (Haiku Deck 4.0) free for download in the App Store. It's a progression that founder Adam Tratt knows users have been asking for...

Google rolls out official Android TV app for your iPhone

Google has rolled out an official listing for Android TV on the App Store. This app enables those with an iPhone to remote control their Android TV, utilizing the smartphone to effortlessly navigate content on the big screen. As an added...Show More Summary

China takes top spot in iOS app downloads — and jumps to 2nd in total App Store revenue

China just beat Japan to take second position for global revenue from iPhone and iPad apps, a new report says. The U.S. is still the king of iOS app revenue generation in Q1 2016, according to App Annie (PDF link). However, China’s snapping...Show More Summary

Microsoft lets new Word Flow keyboard loose on the App Store with one-handed mode

Those who have a fondness for customizing their iPhone keyboard can now do so in a Microsoft-approved fashion with the Redmond software giant's new Word Flow keyboard for iOS.

Microsoft releases Word Flow keyboard for iPhone with one-handed mode, custom backgrounds

Microsoft is bringing its predictive Windows Phone keyboard, called Word Flow, to the iPhone. The third-party keyboard is now available for free in the US App Store. The keyboard features traditional keycap input as well as the popular swiping-between-letters...Show More Summary

Ahead of WWDC, Apple demands all new Apple Watch apps be native

Starting June 1, all new Apple Watch apps submitted to the App Store must have the ability to operate independently of an iPhone. Apple laid this mandate down in a blog post to developers, which it released to the developer’s website. Show More Summary

Apple Watch apps could get zippier with new requirement for app makers - CNET

Apple says third-party Watch apps for the App Store must be able to run without the help of an iPhone.

Apple to Require All Watch Apps Run Natively

Apple warned developers that by June 1 all apps submitted to the App Store for the Apple Watch must be native apps built with the watchOS 2 SDK or later. Native apps run on the Apple Watch itself, rather than on an iPhone. Apple added support for native apps to watchOS last fall. Native apps perform better on the wearable.

Apple mandates new Watch apps 'must' work without an iPhone

Apple's laying the law down: Watch apps must operate without an iPhone nearby. In a blog post, the company mandates that anything submitted for App Store approval from this June 1st forward has to be a native app running watchOS 2. This should be a boon for anyone using the wearable during a run or workout where carrying a phone would be a hindrance. Show More Summary

iOS Mail.app Tips & Tricks for Emailing Like a Pro on Your iPhone

There’s no shortage of email apps in the App Store, but some of us prefer to stick with Apple’s default client. It’s not elegant, nor does it have many of the bells and whistles found on alternative iOS email clients, but it’s well-integrated into the rest of the operating system and works great with OS X Mail to boot. Show More Summary

7 iPhone apps for kids that will help them learn something new

Apple introduced a kid's section to the App Store years ago, but it can be difficult to wade through thousands of apps to find those with educational value. To help you out, we sifted through a bunch of kids apps to find the best, focusing...Show More Summary

Siri promoting Apple’s iPhone recycling robot Liam for Earth Day [Video]

Apple is going all out to promote Earth Day this year. App Store WWF fundraisers, free iBook environmental lessons on iPads, green Apple Store shirts and logos, and last night’s iMessage and renewable energy video so far … more… Filed under: iOS Devices

OneNote and Skype apps updated for iPhone with bug fixes

Microsoft recently released minor update for Skype and OneNote apps on Apple App Store. OneNote app update fixes issues related to “Draw with Touch” and Skype update includes many bug fixes and performance improvements. What’s New in OneNote version 15.21.2: FIXED: “Draw with Touch” on the iPad Pro will remain untouched by phantom hands when […]

‘Steve – The Jumping Dinosaur’ is a simple game you can play from the iOS Notification Center

Casual gaming, say hello to super-duper casual gaming. A mobile game that you can play in your iPhone’s Notification Center – yes, without even unlocking your phone – is now the #15 top game in Apple’s U.S. App Store and flirting with becoming a top 50 Overall app. Called “Steve – The Jumping Dinosaur Widget Game,” the game is a very simple… Read More

Apple is successfully branding itself as the greenest company in Silicon Valley (AAPL)

Apple's App Store got a very green makeover on Thursday. People looking to install software on iPhones and iPads are being presented with a new campaign and banner image on the front page of the App Store, called Apps for Earth. TheShow More Summary

Best free apps for iPhone

Discover the cream of the crop without having to dig around in the App Store. The App Store has more than 1.5 million apps and counting. With so many new apps being published every day, it's impossible to track down the best ones without a little help — so that's where we come in. Show More Summary

New iPhone Games on Our Forums: 'Flick Golf Extreme', 'Super Karts', 'Wild Roads', 'X-Tactics' and More

While you guys are busy celebrating National Bookmobile Day, I've been spending my morning trying to figure out what's going on with the App Store. I've heard a bunch of different rumors from a bunch of different connected people about something big happening in these next two weeks, but have been totally unsuccessful in connecting

CHATBOTS EXPLAINED: Why Facebook and other tech companies think they're the biggest thing since the iPhone

Chatbots are the future, whether we're ready for them or not. On Tuesday, Facebook launched Bots for Messenger, a step that could define the next decade in the same way that the Apple App Store launch paved the path for companies like Uber to build a business off your phone. Show More Summary

Miitomo Hit 1.58 Million Downloads in First Five Days of U.S. Launch

According to SensorTower, Miitomo hit the No. 1 spot on the U.S. iTunes App Store for iPhone and iPad within eight hours of its release.

It’s insanely easy to make iPhone malware, but you probably shouldn’t worry about it

It’s apparently very easy to develop iPhone malware, a new report shows. And it’s not Apple’s fault. The security features built into iOS and the App Store are as strong as ever, but there are certain things that make a hacker’s job a lot easier. MUST SEE: 5 free tools that will change the way you watch Netflix Mind you, this isn’t for everyone. Show More Summary

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