The Stellar Data Utility Bundle for Mac offers Mac users 4 top-rated applications that will make working with media files better than ever!
Apple has made the Apple Design Award winning game INKS free via their Apple Store app.
It’s almost the weekend, and you know what that means! (No, not another trip to the wine department at Trader Joe’s, but yes, that too.) It’s time for another free App Store App of the Week!
Twitter on Wednesday released an app for the fourth-generation Apple TV, allowing users of the little box that could to “consume the best of Twitter.”
If you’re concerned about someone spying on you via your Mac’s built-in camera or microphone, take a look at ProtectStar’s Camera Guard Professional for Mac 2016, their security solution for Mac computers.
With a TNT Stream Unblocker: Lifetime Subscription you can watch what you want, whenever you want, with no geographical restrictions.
CleverFiles announces a special price on Disk Drill Media Recovery 2.6 for one day only: get it for $1.99 as part of 2-dollar Tuesday promotion on September 13th.
Apple on Tuesday released a new version of iTunes. iTunes 12.5.1 offers a new Apple Music design, and enhanced Siri and Picture-in-Picture features for macOS Sierra users.
Google has launched their Cardboard Camera for iOS app, which allows iOS users to capture 360-degree “virtual reality photos,” with just their iPhone or iPad.
PDF Expert 2.0 for Mac makes it possible for Mac users to easily edit PDF text, images, links and outlines. The app offers a variety of tools that will transform how Mac users deal with PDf documents.
It’s Thursday, so that means Apple has made another app free for the next seven days. This week, the lucky app is “Blek,” the Apple Design Award-Winning game from developer kunabi brother GmbH.
One things we forgot to mention yesterday – and it’s a small thing, really – is that Nintendo’s mascot, Mario the Plumber is coming to an iOS device near you in “Super Mario Run.”
This week, Apple debuts the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, they’ll both run iOS 10, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system. There has never been a better time to learn how to develop apps for iOS devices!
Developer Bloop S.R.L. has released Airmail 1.2, an update to their popular email client for iOS. The feature-filled update brings a number of new capabilities to the app.
As of Monday, the Apple Music for Android app has been downloaded over 10 million times. The app achieved that number in less than 10 months. (It was released in November 2015.)
As a Labor Day weekend special, BaconMoji is absolutely free. (Normally $1.99!)