Occasionally, you will read about an app, and immediately think, “Sweet Jebus! Where has this app been all my life!” WhoApp, by developer TelTech, is one such app.
Users who are looking for an easy way to live-stream their Mac or iOS device’s displays to YouTube would do well to take a look at Broadcaster for YouTube 1.1.
Monday’s GarageBand update for iOS and Mac adds a wide range of Chinese musical instruments, as well as 300 Apple-created Chinese music loops to the app.
Apple on Monday released iTunes 12.4 to the general public. The update brings a number of interface and navigation tweaks, as well as bug fixes.
Google on Monday announced a new app for iOS combining Google Search, YouTube, and the Chrome web browser. “Spaces” is available for the iOS, Android, and mobile and desktop web platforms.
Walmart announced on Monday it is rolling out Walmart Pay, its in-house mobile payments solution, to store locations in Texas and Arkansas.
Apple on Friday confirmed it is aware of an issue that deletes music from personal collections. The company says a fix is coming next week.
Some day soon, drivers in the UK will be able to store their driver’s license on their iPhone, using Apple’s Wallet app.
Because it’s always 420 somewhere… TokeToMe for the iPhone, the anonymous messenger app designed to connect medical marijuana lovers from around the world.
Google on Thursday released Gboard, their new third-party keyboard for iOS devices, which directly integrates the firm’s search services into the iOS keyboard.
Norway-based Opera has added a new power saving mode, which is designed to extend battery life when used on the MacBook or Windows notebook computers.
For once, a change Apple has made to the App Store is actually benefiting developers, as a set of new policies have been put into place, shortening app approval time from over a week, down to as little as just under two days.
Apple has long said the App Store was a lucrative business, and it appears that for some app publishers, that truly is the case.
The Instagram app for iOS has received some update love, offering a new, more colorful icon, as well as a flatter, more iOS 9-ish user interface.
The Pay What You Want: The A to Z Microsoft Office Training Bundle offers you over 56 hours of training. Plus, you get to pay what you want, AND support charity!
Nintendo’s next two mobile games, which are based on the popular Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem franchises, will both be “free-to-start” apps, offering in-app purchases.