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Apple again pulls drone strike tracking app after unexpected App Store approval

16 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Over a year ago, Apple removed an app called Metadata+ from the App Store. The app sent iPhone users alerts when a United States drone strike led to death. Apple’s reasoning at the time was that the app contained “content that many users...Show More Summary

Apple permits iPhone app chronicling US drone strikes to return to App Store [u]

Apple on Tuesday once again approved Metadata -- an app drawing attention to U.S. drone strikes -- for download on the App Store, following a nearly two-year wait after its removal. [Updated with second removal]

iOS 10.3 now available for iPhone, iPad with Find My AirPods, Apple File System, more

After seven beta releases, Apple has released iOS 10.3 with Find My AirPods, APFS implementation, and other improvements for developers and the App Store.

5 free iPhone games you should download from the App Store this weekend

If you're a fan of iPhone gaming, this has been an exciting week for you. Not only did Bethesda finally release its Hearthstone competitor The Elder Scrolls: Legends on iPad, but Zach Gage (the game designer behind the great SpellTower)...Show More Summary

iPhone, iPad users can now automate their lives for free as Apple buys Workflow app

Apple has snapped up task-automation tool Workflow and, unlike its practice with other acquisitions, hasn't yanked it off the App Store but instead is offering it for free.

Apple acquires WorkFlow app, a popular utility tool for iPhone and iPad

Apple Inc. has acquired WorkFlow, a utility app that Apple called the “most innovative” app of 2015, for an undisclosed sum. The app was made free in the App Store Wednesday, although it previously had a price tag of $2.99. ReleasedShow More Summary

New iPhone Games on Our Forums: 'Death Road to Canada', 'Tokaido', 'FZ9: Timeshift', 'Sword of Shadows' and More

Normally I'd be fully celebrating National Goof Off Day today, but Death Road to Canada hit the App Store super early this morning and I don't care about anything else in my life right now but playing this game. If you haven't downloaded it yet, we'll have a full review up soon, but in the

How to change countries on iTunes and App Store for iPhone or iPad

How do you easily switch iTunes or App Stores to get the content you want from the region where it's available? Simple! On the desktop, changing your iTunes or App Store region is as simple as scrolling down, clicking on the current country flag icon and then choosing a new country flag. Show More Summary

Nintendo's first Mario game for smartphones is headed to Android on March 23 (AAPL)

99 days after Mario's smartphone debut hit iPhones, "Super Mario Run" is launching for Android phones. On March 23, Super Mario Run will become available on the Google Play app store, Nintendo announced. The platformer's first threeShow More Summary

5 free iPhone games you should download from the App Store this weekend

Don't care about basketball? Looking for something else to occupy your time while everyone tunes into March Madness this weekend? If so, you might want to check out this list of five free iPhone and iPad games. While the settings of each game are varied, they're all action-packed experiences. Show More Summary

Apple Opens an Entire New Storefront in the App Store Dedicated to Indie Developers

Apple didn't invent the smartphone, but it's hard to argue that their introduction of the iPhone back in 2007 didn't dramatically change the existing smartphone landscape and set the tone for how smart devices should be. In a similar vein, they didn't invent the digital app store, but when they placed the OPEN sign in

Report: iMessage app launch outpacing first iPhone apps, but growth slowing

New data from SensorTower offers some insight into how Apple’s new iMessage App Store has performed since its launch in September. Based on the report’s data, new iMessage apps are being developed at a faster pace than iOS apps when the iPhone App Store first launched. SensorTower says there are signs that growth is starting to level out, however… more… Filed under: Apple

Accessory purports to capture & stream live video from any iPhone, iPad app without a Mac or PC

The "EzRecLN" capture device allows for capture of video from a connected iOS device, with a stream able to be sent across a USB cable, or stored on a micro SD card installed into the device.

Pictures emerge of Apple’s secret iPhone calibration machine

Apple is weirdly protective over the repair system that goes on at the Apple Store. You'd think that there aren't many secrets to do with replacing glass screens and fixing iPhones that have gone for a swim in the toilet, but in Apple's...Show More Summary

Shared Calendars for Outlook comes to the iPhone

Outlook’s iPhone app is getting a fairly big feature today. Microsoft today rolled out a new update for the app on the App Store, adding support for Shared Calendars to the app. With Shared Calendars support, you will be able to share your personal calendar with other people, allowing them to view and even editor […]

5 free iPhone games you need to download from the App Store today

In the list of free iOS games you're about to scroll through, you're going to see a card game that could compete with Hearthstone, a MOBA designed specifically for mobile devices and a strategic game about giant robots. In other words,...Show More Summary

Nine Years of Apple's iOS SDK generated $60 billion, 1.4 million jobs

Nine years ago, Apple released its first Software Development Kit for iOS, enabling third parties to build native apps for iPhone and iPod touch for sale in the iTunes App Store. The program has since generated over $60 billion for Apple's developers and has created 1.4 million jobs related to app development.

How to extract your messages and voicemails from your iPhone or iPad

How do I extract messages and voicemails from my iPhone or iPad? There's an app for that! Though iCloud and other storage services are great for storing data and personal information, it's not always easy to pick and choose what data you want to save. Show More Summary

GDC 2017 - 'The Big Journey' Reminds Me of 'Rolando'

Rolando was one of the first games on the App Store that really felt like it could only work on a device like the iPhone, but the game has been defunct for years, leaving a giant hole in my heart. The Big Journey by Armor Games is tickling me in just the right way, totally

Today in Apple history: Devs get the key to unlock iPhone’s awesome power

March 6, 2008: Apple releases the iPhone software development kit, finally allowing devs to start developing native mobile apps for the iPhone. When the App Store eventually opens a few months later, a new industry springs up overnight as third-party devs rush to take advantage of Apple’s distribution network. Show More Summary

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