Dropcam is updating their iOS apps today with two new features that their users have been clamoring for: location awareness and in-app time scheduling.
(29 days ago)
History Channel’s new app features that network’s programming … Washington Post for iPad (pictured) features a facsimile of that day’s print edition. ... the Sunrise calendar app now offers LinkedIn integration … and Google+ features new photo-editing and sharing features.
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Let's face it, trying to find new, interesting, and ideally free apps on the iOS App Store is like trying to find a great restaurant by going to your local mall's food court: You'll definitely find something popular, you might even find something good, but you're unlikely to find a hidden gem.
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In addition to its high-end hardware, Samsung's Galaxy S4 phone comes with a slew of proprietary apps that help improve your health, enhance your photography, control your TV and secure your business data. Though Samsung would certainly like iPhone users to switch platforms for these features, most of them are available in iOS via third-party apps. So before you run to the...
(2 months and 6 days ago)
With over 800,000 apps in the iOS App Store to sift through, Apple isn't helping by cracking down on some of the better apps for discovery. Here are some tips to find stuff you might like.
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Most smartphones have built-in find-my-phone features or allow you to add them through other companies’ apps. They range from free to 99 cents or a few dollars monthly.
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This week’s roundup of iOS apps includes immersion in the world of DC Comics, help with your cooking, and a great new way to track your package deliveries.
(27 days ago)
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps includes cool new offerings for music and movies, as well as a new storytelling form designed just for your phone or tablet.
(6 days ago)
Should Apple roll out a version of iOS with a new and fresher design language this fall, third-party iOS app makers will very likely follow suit.
(21 days ago)
Apps that don't support Apple's latest iOS device displays are on their way out, as are apps that haven't been updated to address a longstanding privacy concern. On Thursday, Apple informed iOS App developers that as of May 1, the App Store will stop accepting new apps or app updates that access a device's unique identifier or fail to support Retina devices and the iPhone...
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