There really isn't anything quite like the App Store. New games flood the market at an insane rate, and while there is a ton of crap released every day, there are also tons of amazing games. The crap-to-amazing ratio is heavily lopsided of course, but the sheer size of the App Store means that even
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Apple today shared cumulative lists of the best performing apps in the App Store across 2014 with various media sites, highlighting the iPad Top Paid, iPad Top Free, iPhone Top Paid, and iPhone Top Free apps that were most popular with...Show More Summary
While we're waiting for Nintendo to officially get on board with offering old games on smartphones and making piles and piles of money, sneaky apps continue to pop up on Apple's app store with hidden emulation functionality. If you're quick, you can grab an NES/SNES emulator right now without needing to jailbreak your phone.
Another year, another great set of new apps that hit the iOS store. As you unwrap your new iPhone or iPad, get these apps installed on your new device! Productivity Workflow Hot off the presses, Workflow is a new app that makes it easy to automate processes on iOS. Show More Summary
I helped make a new iPhone game that's in the App Store starting today. It's the most absurdly over-produced version of Rock, Paper, Scissors you'll ever see. Until the feature.
To make it easier for VHX customers to keep track of their content, the company is introducing a Library where all their purchased videos will be stored. Users can now view their library on the VHX website itself, or they can access it through a new VHX iPhone app. Read More
The App Store was introduced in 2008 and, as of this year, there are well over one million apps for iPhone and iPad. While Apple has scaled their ability to serve those apps to hundreds of millions of customers, search is still a frequent cause for complaint. Show More Summary
When Apple first introduced Touch ID in 2013, the company initially only allowed using it for unlocking your iPhone and confirming App Store purchases. Now, thanks to iOS 8, app developers can securely take advantage of Touch ID to protect and secure purchases, notes, passwords, and other kinds of app data. Show More Summary
Three months ago we reviewed iOS 8, arguably the most jam-packed versions of the iPhone and iPad operating system we've seen since the introduction of the App Store back in 2008. Since then we've gotten updates — up to iOS 8.1.2 on the production branch and iOS 8.2 beta 2 on the developer branch. Show More Summary
One of the main features of the iPhone, especially when it comes to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that can be used for mobile payments in stores, is the Touch ID fingerprint sensor embedded in the Home button, which adds an extra layer of security to Apple’s Apple Pay payments app, but also to other applications. Show More Summary
After you've added cards to Passbook you'll probably want to use them at your favorite places such as Starbucks, the drug store, and even at the movie theatre. To do so, all you need is your iPhone and the Passbook app! How to access and use Passbook cards on your iPhone Launch the Passbook app on your iPhone. Show More Summary
If you're running iOS 8 or later on your iPhone or iPad, you can install custom third-party keyboards from the App Store. Whether you want to swipe your way to faster messaging, access GIFs right from your keyboard, or just want to add a little flair to your keys, there are quite a few options to choose from. Show More Summary
This fall’s launch of iOS 8 has brought new functionality to the iPad and iPhone; unfortunately, it has also brought stories of app developers who are having difficulty navigating the waters of the App store, and getting approval for their apps. Show More Summary
Crossy Road may very well be one of the most addictive games to to ever hit the App Store. Even at iMore we can't seem to put it down. For those not already familiar, Crossy Road brings Frogger-style game play to your iPhone or iPad, but with a twist — you can collect free gifts in the form of coins and new characters. Show More Summary
The iPhone and or Android handsets might become even more important personal devices in the future, The Wall Street Journal reports, as users may soon store their driver’s licenses in a special app on their phones. Iowa is already looking...Show More Summary
Telltale's games can take their time to reach iOS, but the smartphones and tablets haven't had too long to wait this winter. Game of Thrones hit the App Store in the game's launch week, and now the first episode of Tales from the Borderlands is avail...
As Carl Sagan once said, "There are billions and billions of travel apps in the App Store." I'm paraphrasing, but you get the sentiment. Giants like Kayak (which I love) and Travelocity are quite visible while others get less attention. Today I want...
This is a bit of a weird week, and a slightly misleading title because an odd amount of these games are already released on the App Store. For whatever reason developers have decided to forgo the typical staged NZ release thing in exchange for just setting their games live on the App Store at seemingly
According to Apple's App Store distribution numbers, various versions of the company's iOS 8 software is now installed on 63 percent of devices, including the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Now, iOS 7 is installed on 33 percent of devices while prior versions of iOS is found on just 4 percent of devices. The numbers were published on Monday, December 8. Source: Apple