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5 Steps to Fix an iPhone App That Won’t Stop Crashing

If you’re careful to only purchase reputable apps on the App Store (always get recommendations or check reviews), you usually won’t run into any major problems. But every so often, be it due to an iOS update, an app update or just pure bad luck, you’ll find yourself stuck with an app that keeps crashing. Show More Summary

The Swiss Army knife of video apps is back on iPhone

VLC is arguably the most versatile video app out there, allowing you to play virtually any video file or format, and starting today it's back in the App Store after a mysterious hiatus. VLC has been a long-time favorite for those with...Show More Summary

How would you change Siri?

Siri, originally created as a stand-alone App Store app by Dag Kittlaus, Adam Cheyer, and Tom Gruber, was bought by Apple and integrated into iOS 5 for the iPhone 4s launch in 2011. A digital assistant with sequential inference and context...Show More Summary

VLC returns to the App Store with support for iPhone 6, 6 Plus, and so much more

Media player VLC is making its triumphant return to the App Store. The versatile media player returns with some important new features, including native support for Plex Media Servers, custom URL schemes, and much more. VLC is now ready for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, among other things. Show More Summary

Facebook Shares Its Design Secrets in the Apple App Store

Facebook is releasing a new iPhone app through the Apple App Store, but it’s not for everyone. It’s for the world’s software designers. This morning, the social networking giant unloaded an app-ified version of Origami, the primary design...Show More Summary

iMore show 445: Thousand dollar time share

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — EmojiGate not, Apple Watch Edition, car concerns, Apple Store changes, Files.app, in defense of thin phones, shoddy...Show More Summary

Classic Kenta Cho Shmup 'rRootage Online HD' Gets Updated with iPhone 6 & Plus Support

Coincidentally on the heels of talk about how long people are entitled to updates on games comes news of another App Store classic getting a maintenance update. rRootage Online HD [$0.99], the paid and universal version of Kenta Cho's classic freeware shmup, ported to iOS, has just gotten an update to make the game work

How to use notes and links in Calendar for iPhone and iPad

The Calendar app on your iPhone and iPad not only lets you create and view events and appointments, but it lets you store all sorts of other important details as well. From conference call dial-in numbers to Google Hangout URLs, theShow More Summary

Marijuana dating app High There bubbles up onto the App Store

iPhone owners finding it difficult to connect with their peers through the tetrahydrocannabinolic haze have a new option with High There, a Tinder-like matchmaking app that specializes in bringing together users with a penchant for ...

App Store Classic 'The Incident' Updated for iOS 8 and Native 1080p on iPhone 6 Plus

Good news for one of the most notable iOS games of a few years ago: The Incident [$0.99] has just gotten its big iOS 8 update that makes the falling-object dodger work on the latest iOS devices. As well, the game supports iPhone 6 resolutions now, and on the iPhone 6 Plus, the game runs

iPhone Users Can Now Store Office Documents In iCloud

Microsoft today announced several new features for its Office suite of productivity apps. First and foremost, third-party cloud providers can now integrate their own services into the "locations picker" in the iOS Office apps. This means mobile device users can open, edit, and save their documents to any cloud service. Show More Summary

Microsoft Office for iOS Updated With iCloud Drive Support

Microsoft today released an update for its suite of Office apps on Apple's iPhone and iPad App Store for users running iOS 8. The 1.6 updates bring, along with the usual bug fixes and performance enhancements, full support for saving...Show More Summary

App Store Downloads Have Room to Breathe as Apple Doubles Their Accepted Size

2 weeks agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Pocket Gamer reports that Apple has decided to allow developers more room for their downloads; bringing the maximum size of iPhone and iPad apps from 2GB to 4GB. Apple’s site said this on the topic: The size limit of an app package submitted...Show More Summary

Apple promotes games with no in-app purchases

Apple is giving special placement to gaming apps that don't offer in-app purchases A new section called "Pay Once & Play" graced the front page of Apple's App Store on Friday. See also: 12 best iPhone apps of 2014 Some parents have learned...Show More Summary

Apple now allowing marijuana-themed App Store downloads in 23 US states where drug is legal

America's stance on marijuana is changing, and so too are Apple's App Store policies, as the iPhone maker has begun giving the greenlight to cannabis-related apps, provided they are accessed from a state where the drug has been legalized.

iPhone apps are about to get much more sophisticated (AAPL)

Apple has announced that the maximum file size for iOS apps is being increased to 4 gigabytes, Apple Insider reports, paving the way for more sophisticated and complex apps in the App Store. Previously, apps couldn't exceed 2gb in size. Show More Summary

This Is Allegedly How People Hack App Store Rankings In China

It’s become hard to manipulate App Store rankings, with Apple increasingly stamping out contributions made by bots. But what if you have a huge bank of iPhones to make (seemingly) legitimate contributions? More »      

App Store now highlighting "Pay once & play" games with no in-app purchases

The iPad and iPhone App Store now has a section featuring games that you pay for upfront and then play without ever paying again. It's called "Play once & play," and it's a freemium hater's dream: dozens of excellent games from big studios and independent developers, all free of in-app purchases. Show More Summary

App Store responds to freemium haters, features ‘Pay Once & Play’ games with no in-app purchases

As part of Apple’s weekly App Store refresh, the company is currently highlighting iOS games for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch that are paid apps with no in-app purchases, MacStories points out. The featured section is notable as in-app purchases have been a source of confusion and frustration for many consumers since their introduction despite being […]

The App Store and Pinterest, Sitting in a Tree

Pinterest: Now if you’re on your iPhone or iPad, you’ll see another kind of Pin: app Pins. Let’s say you’re Pinning workout inspiration to your Marathon Training board. If you see a fitness app that helps you reach your goals, you can...Show More Summary

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