Apple had a slight change of heart earlier this month, and updated its App Store review guidelines to allow the use of “approved” virtual currencies in apps. Coindesk reports that Coin Pocket has launched in the App Store, becoming the first iOS app to allow users to send and receive the Bitcoin virtual currency.
Anyone who has ever had the experience of downloading a password protected .rar file from a public dropbox or other large file source knows how annoying it can be to search the contents of the package if you don’t have the right software already installed.
Apple has reportedly begun cracking down on fake reviews in the App Store. The widespread problem can affect both App Store rankings and the Top Charts listings. TechCrunch reports that the company appears to have started deleting fake reviews earlier this year.
Facebook has added two new features to its Messenger app on iOS – video messaging, and a bigger “thumbs up” for those times “when you really, really like something.”
If you’ve experienced any issues accessing, or downloading content from the App Store or iTunes Store today, you’re not alone. Users are reporting that they are receiving error messages such as “Cannot Connect to App Store” and “The item you’ve requested is not currently available in the U.S. store.”
Microsoft has released a new version of Skype for iPhone app, which includes a new modern hub-centric design, more reliable messaging, and a more modern voice and video calling experience.
Today saw the worldwide launch of Rovio’s Angry Birds Epic for iOS devices. The game is an RPG based fantasy-adventure game, featuring turn-based battles featuring Angry Birds characters Red, Chuck, and Bomb as they battle their arch-rivals, the evil pigs on Piggy Island.
Amazon has released version 4.3 of its Kindle app for iOS, adding the capability to listen to Audible versions of Kindle books you own. Amazon says there are more than 45,000 Kindle/Audible book titles that are eligible for the new feature.
While a number of new features for apps on both the iOS and OS X platforms were unveiled at Apple’s WWDC 2014 last week, one app noticeably received very little update love – Apple Maps.
You’re writing the Great American Novel, and you have post-it notes about your plot and characters stuck all over your monitor, your desk, the wall behind your desk, the cat… There’s an easier way. Meet Scrivener 2.
Philips has tweeted an image showing off what the Philips Hue app for its iOS-controlled line of lights could look like once its integrated into iOS 8′s Notification Center.
Back in August of 2013, we gave you a peek at Persona Mail, a unique email client that promised to change the way you think about email. Well, its taken them awhile, but the developers behind Persona have debuted Persona Mail for iPad in the iOS App Store.
Osmo, the innovative iPad-based gaming device for children, has announced the availability of a second batch of units, free apps, and a new game piece replacement policy. Osmo quickly surpassed its first batch pre-sale goal of $50,000 in just six and a half hours.
As a user, you’re warned over and over again to use a different password for every login. But remembering all those passwords is a total pain! Say hello to PasswordBox Unlimited.
Sometimes you just want to play a racing game to fill a few seconds with hectic, coming at ya’ action. That’s right, a few seconds. Let’s take a look at Smacky Cars.
Apple announced the winners of its prestigious Apple Design Awards last night at WWDC, honoring a range of apps on both the iOS and Mac platforms. The awards recognize apps that “combined design and technology in creative, compelling, and powerful ways.”