Are you one of the iOS 9 users who has installed a content blocker in Safari? If you are, you may find you’re blocking more than just ads. The blockers also block images, buttons in shopping carts, and even entire sites.
Flexibits has released Fantastical 2.1 for Mac, a free update to their popular OS X calendar app. The update offers full support for OS X El Capitan, new reminders features, additional text options, and more.
The popular DataMan Next data usage tracker app for iOS and Apple Watch devices now offers Apple Watch users an even better way to track their cellular data usage, via their new DataMan Complication for the Watch.
Last week it was discovered that new iOS malware called XcodeGhost was included in a number of apps in the App Store. The malware was spreading via an altered version of Xcode, Apple’s official app development tool.
We don’t usually do posts like this, but we noticed our friends over at app promotion and testing firm ComboStore has launched its new website. The company provides a number of app testing and marketing solutions to developers.
Apple’s “Move to iOS” migration tool for Android users may be a rebranded Android app that has been available in the Google Play Store. An inspection of the code by Android blog Phandroid indicates the two apps share much of the same code.
This is your last chance to get the most out of your wireless network with NetSpot Pro Wi-Fi Optimizer for the Mac. Using NetSpot Pro, anyone can visualize, optimize, and troubleshoot wireless networks quickly and easily.
Apple has updated iMovie, their iOS video editing app, to add several new features that will be compatible with the upcoming iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPad Pro. The new features include support for 3D Touch, and for editing 4K video.