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The average US iPhone owner spent $40 in App Store purchases during 2016

Over the course of 2016, American iPhone owners forked out an average of $40 on iOS App Store purchases, including in-app transactions -- up from $35 in 2015, according to new analytics data.

The average iPhone user spends a ton of money on apps, and it keeps going up (AAPL)

Apple iPhone owners aren't afraid to spend money on software and apps. The average iPhone owner in the U.S. spent $40 on apps from Apple's App Store last year, according to new analysis from Sensor Tower, an app analytics company. This...Show More Summary

Pokemon GO surges on iOS App Store/Google Play after Johto update

- No. 1 grossing iPhone game in the United States - No. 3 grossing app on Google Play, behind Game of War and Mobile Strike - Pokémon GO hadn’t been No. 1 in the U.S. since January 4th - it got as high as No. 8 during the Valentine’s event - it's No. Show More Summary

How to install the genius media app that Apple banned from the App Store

What is Kodi and why should one want to install on the iPhone or any other iOS device? It’s a versatile media player that’s already quite popular with the crowds. You may have used it on other devices back when it was called XBMC. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary

You need to try these 5 free iPhone games that just launched on the App Store this week

One of our most popular features over the past couple of years has been our paid apps gone free posts, in which we find a bunch of apps that normally cost money, but are temporarily on sale for free. Today, we're introducing a new feature where we round up the five most intriguing free games to arrive on the App Store each week. Show More Summary

Stolen Apple IDs Can Hold Your iPhone Hostage

Stolen Apple IDs are used to send out spam, push apps to higher rankings in the App Store, and even hold iPhones hostage.

The Warlock of Firetop Mountain video game hits the App Store later this month

The Warlock of Firetop Mountain video game comes out on the App Store on 22 February. The iPhone and iPad game is a port of Tin Man Games' PC adaptation of Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone's 1982 Fighting Fantasy gamebook. The PC version came out in August 2016 on Steam, where it was met with a positive reception. Show More Summary

Some popular iPhone apps might be secretly leaking your information

Apple’s iPhone is more secure than its rivals, but that doesn’t mean that apps or the device itself can’t be hacked. A security researcher discovered a flaw in some 76 App Store apps with more than 18 million downloads between them that would allow a malicious individual to capture certain data from the iPhone. Show More Summary

The coming app-pocalypse could kill some of the iPhone's greatest hits

The App Store could be just months away from a major shakeup that would render thousands of apps obsolete, including many of the iPhone's earliest success stories. After more than a year of encouraging developers to update tens of thousands...Show More Summary

Google ends Hands Free mobile payments pilot, iOS app will stop working Feb. 8

Hands Free, a pilot app from Google that let customers perform mobile payments in stores without needing to present their iPhone or Android smartphone at the checkout, will shut down next month after almost a year of testing.

Nintendo’s Fire Emblem Heroes arrives today on iPhone & iPad as expected

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Nintendo’s latest mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes has today hit the iOS App Store as expected. As with Super Mario Run, it’s a freemium game, but in theory at least you can unlock all the features for free through game play. more… Filed under: Apple

Lyft for iPhone adds Calendar destinations, surges on App Store following 'DeleteUber' campaign

Ridesharing service Lyft has updated its iPhone app with support for iOS Calendar destinations, apparently just in time to take advantage of a boycott of its main competitor, Uber, over the company's response to U.S. President Donald Trump's controversial immigration executive order.

9 paid iPhone apps on sale for free for a limited time

Against all odds, it looks like we're going to make it through the first month of 2017 somewhat intact. To celebrate, let's all jump on the App Store and download a bunch of free apps for our iPhone and iPads. These are paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. Show More Summary

Google Maps' Mobile App Will Show You How Crowded A Restaurant Is In Real Time

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Google Maps just made going out to your favorite places a whole lot easier. You can now see how crowded a restaurant or store is in real time, thanks to a new iOS update on Google Maps’ Popular Times feature. The iPhone update was unveiled...Show More Summary

Apple Preview: Samsung's Missteps And Carrier Promos May Have Lifted Performance

Apple is expected to publish its Q1 2017 results on January 31, reporting on a quarter that saw the company ramp up production of its latest flagship iPhone 7, introduce new Mac computers and witness record sales at its App store. Now we provide a brief overview of what to expect when Apple reports.

Once And For All, Is It Safe To Pay With Your iPhone?

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

As long as you have an iPhone in your purse, there has never been a better excuse to ditch your bulky wallet or leave it at home. Many stores, apps, and websites on Safari offer an option where you can pay for your purchases using Apple Pay on your iPhone or Apple Watch. Show More Summary

Best new apps for iPhone and iPad

What are the hottest new apps on the App Store right now? These! There are over a million and a half apps for iPhone and iPad and the number just keeps growing. Every day new and newly updated apps hit the App Store, and it's impossible to keep up with all of them. Show More Summary

Here are the best new iPhone games out and on sale now!

Here's what's new in iOS gaming this week! Every Thursday I go on a quest to find all the notable new games released on the App Store release over the week — but instead of taking all the gold and experience for myself, I pass my knowledge...Show More Summary

'Collect or Die' Review - Tilt to Live, Die Anyway

Despite its mysterious dystopian backdrop, Collect or Die [$1.99] ironically made me reminisce of the ‘golden days’ of the App Store. Specifically, a time when the perceived novelty of the iPhone’s gyroscopic controls means an abundance of tilt controlled titled, when rag-dolls and stickmen were being constantly flung to their inevitable bloody demise, and also

Apple will let developers reply to reviews in the App Store soon, for iOS and Mac apps

4 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple has announced that it will soon let developers reply to reviews on the iPhone, iPad and Mac App Stores. As part of the iOS 10.3 release notes, the company says that by the time iOS 10.3 is available to customers, developers will...Show More Summary

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