Adobe has announced that it will remove Photoshop Touch for iOS from the App Store and other platforms as of May 28. The company says it will refocus its efforts on other apps in the Creative Cloud suite.
Apple on Thursday updated their Apple Store app for iOS. Version 3.3 adds additional support for Touch ID, as well as two-step verification.
As the popularity of the Firefox browser on the desktop continues to wane, a new survey site discovered by TechCrunch indicates the firm is looking for beta testers for a Firefox browser to run on iOS devices.
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A new Microsoft download page indicates the software maker is working on a new app for the iPhone that looks to be a cross between an email app and an instant messaging app. The app, “Flow by Outlook,” was first…
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Camera Plus is focused on simplicity, and their AirSnap technology, which enables you to pair two iOS devices and use 1 as a remote monitor/shutter for the other. Now, with the latest update, Camera Plus and AirSnap come to the Apple Watch, but is it worth it?
Leica has informed buyers of its new Monochrom Typ 246 digital camera that the DNG files created by the black & white camera are incompatible with Apple’s new Photos for OS X app. Using the Photos to import shots from the camera could result in the Photos library becoming corrupted.
Facebook on Wednesday debuted Instant Articles, a new feature of their iOS app that claims to offer publishers (and readers) faster loading articles, up to ten times faster than standard mobile articles.
BitTorrent has debuted its Bleep app, which offers iOS and Mac users peer-to-peer communication, with end-to-end encryption. Messages are sent directly to and from users, with nothing stored in the cloud.
While FiftyThree’s iPad drawing app, “Paper,” has always been a go-to tool for creatives, such as artists and illustrators, the company has made a move into the business presentations arena.
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LifeMap Solutions, the company behind the ResearchKit-based Asthma Health app, reports seeing high rates of consent and participation for the app, due to iPhone app “stickiness.”
If you’re one of the hordes of iOS device users who can’t wait to see what Nintendo releases for your iPad or iPhone, you’ll be glad to know that they plan on initially releasing five games on the iOS platform. Unfortunately, it will likely take until March 2017 to reach that release goal.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari 8.0.6 for OS X Yosemite. The update brings new security fixes to the default OS X browser. Also released were Safari 7.1.6 for Mavericks users, and Safari 6.2.6 for Mountain Lion users.