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New Staples iPhone App Feature: Interactive Store Maps Makes OmniChannel Shopping a Breeze

The growth in omnichannel shopping is bringing out creative solutions from brands like Staples, which has recently launched an innovative feature for its iPhone app that merges your online and in-store shopping experience. I recently...Show More Summary

SharePoint is now available for the iPhone

Microsoft recently announced the new SharePoint app for iOS. Today, the app is now available on the App Store and iPhone owners can now download the app on their iPhone. With the new SharePoint on their iPhone, users can see the latest site activities, access recent and popular files, view and arrange lists on their team […]

What are iPhone App Store updates?

I'm not very good with my new iPhone and have been confused about the update number on my App Store icon. Does it mean there are new apps in the store? Please, help me out. The post What are iPhone App Store updates? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Avast Photo Space lets you store more photos on your iPhone

Software maker Avast is known by most users for its mobile and desktop anti-virus products, but now the company has launched an app with a totally different use case. Avast Photo Space allows you to increase the number of pictures you...Show More Summary

Google's excellent Gboard keyboard for iPhone comes to Canadian App Store

Before GBoard, I tried a number of third-party keyboards, from SwiftKey to Fleksy, on my iPhone 6s Plus, but none stuck the way Google's new entrant has. That's because Gboard is not only a good keyboard — the fundamentals, such as touch-typing...Show More Summary

Check out Apple's App Review Guidelines comic book

Apple has come up with a new way to teach developers about guidelines for submitting their apps to the App Store. Teaming with Madefire, which develops comic book app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV, Apple has created an App Review Guidelines...Show More Summary

Apple Unbundles Huge Number of Apps from the iPhone, Allows Users to Delete Them

Apple today pulled a number of its own, core apps out of iOS and dumped them into the iTunes App Store. Apps such as FaceTime and Mail -- made by Apple -- have only received updates once per year when Apple updates the entire iOS. Now,...Show More Summary

10 paid iPhone apps on sale for free right now

It's WWDC 2016 day! It's WWDC 2016 day! Sure, Apple's big event is the talk of the town today and all eyes are on iOS 10, macOS, Siri and all the other big announcements Apple has in store for us, but there's more to life than just Apple events. Show More Summary

All the ways iOS 10 changes Messages on iPhone for the better

Though it has received a few significant updates over the course of the last several iOS updates, the Messages app on the iPhone still can't compete with many of the most popular third-party apps on the App Store. With iOS 10, AppleShow More Summary

Apple's stock iPhone apps are now downloadable in the App Store

Apple is turning many of its preinstalled iPhone apps into optional downloads. The Stocks app, Mail app, and others are already available as downloads in the App Store. Yes, this means that  the  junk folder of apps you can't deleteShow More Summary

7 can't-miss apps: BitCam, Dashlane, and more

With Lenovo surprising the world with bendable gadgets and fake Apple employees stealing iPhones from Apple Stores, you may have missed some of this week's best new apps. SEE ALSO: Facebook just became a much better place to share 360 photos Each weekend, we round up a few of our favorite new and updated apps. Show More Summary

Apple Loop: New iPhone 8 Features Leak,Siri Saves A Life,iPhone 7 Plus Beaten By Galaxy Note 6

This week’s Apple Loop includes the leak of two new features for the iPhone 7, more speculation and rumor around the iPhone 8, thoughts on Apple's projects after WWDC, the new vision for the App Store, the end of one Apple Watch, a review of the iPad Pro 9.7, and Siri helping save a life.

How to use iBooks for iPhone and iPad: The ultimate guide

Download and enjoy ebooks, audiobooks, and PDFs on your iPhone and iPad with Apple's iBooks app! iBooks is two apps in one. It lets you find and buy ebooks and audiobooks in the iBooks Store, and organize, view, and sync them in the iBooks reader. Show More Summary

Apple Yields to App Developers

The maker of iPhones and iPads is making changes to its App Store, including allowing more apps to charge subscriptions and running ads with the store’s search results.

Apple's big changes to the App Store may be too little, too late (AAPL)

Ahead of next week's WWDC mega-conference, Apple dropped a huge bomb on iPhone and iPad app producers today with changes to the App Store. Now, every app developer can offer their customers ongoing subscriptions. If you can keep a customer...Show More Summary

Google is trying to one-up Apple in the fight for developers (AAPL, GOOG, GOOGL)

Apple made waves today with a big change to the App Store: If an iPhone developer can keep a customer as a paid subscriber to their app for a year, Apple will take a 15% cut of revenue, instead of its usual 30%. This is a big deal. It...Show More Summary

Apple to start showing ads in App Store

The ads are among several changes that Apple hopes will bring in more money for itself and independent software developers who want to promote apps for the iPhone or iPad.

How to use iTunes Store for iPhone and iPad: The ultimate guide

How do you get, gift, redeem, and otherwise enjoy movies, music, TV Shows, ringtones, and more for your iPhone and iPad? With the iTunes Store app! The iTunes Store app is your one-stop media shop on every iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Show More Summary

Here are the biggest changes said to be coming to Apple's app store - CNET

Apple is reportedly making a big push toward subscriptions with new tweaks to its store for iPhone and iPad apps.

It's official: Ads are coming to the iPhone app store — here's what they look like (AAPL)

Ads are coming to Apple's App Store for iPhones and iPads, the company announced on Wednesday. Soon, paid search ads will show up when users search for a new app. For example, hypothetically, Uber could pay to show up as the top search...Show More Summary

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