Our friends over at social app Hang w/ have announced that they’ve passed the always special one million download milestone. The entertaining app hit the million mark in only nine months, following a March 2013 debut.
Because iOS users don’t have enough streaming music services to choose from yet, Beats has launched its iOS app that will allow users to access its new Internet radio service.
Alarmy – “The world’s most annoying alarm” – is free this weekend in the App Store. The app, which usually goes for $1.99, is designed to force you out of bed in the morning.
It appears Google is planning to “Chromote” control your computer via your iOS device sometime in the near future.
Starbucks, who makes their coffee the same way I like my women – strong and bitter – has released an updated version of its iOS app in response to reports that the app was storing customers’ information in unencrypted format.
Adobe has added support for direct printing to 3D printers to its latest release of Photoshop CC. The image editing tool, used by Creative Cloud subscribers, also allows 3D models to be sent to out-sourced 3D print shops.
Coffee chain Starbucks is taking fire over a revelation that their iOS payment app stores customers’ login information in plain text. The good news is that any exploit of the vulnerability would require physical access to your device.
Google has released the Google Play Movies & TV app for iOS. The app will allow iPad and iPhone users to watch the TV shows and movies they have purchased via Google Play. The app will also allow users to stream said movies and TV shows to their Chromecast device.
If you’ve been wanting to try out the great stop motion animation creator app iStop Motion, then today is your day. As a part of an “App of the Day HD” promotion, the popular stop motion software from Boinx is free, today only. (January 16, 2014.)
Apple has entered into a consent decree with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission over in-app purchases on the App Store. Apple will be required to give full refunds to parents whose children purchased in-app items without parental consent.
Portrait videos, the scourge of the Internet. This threat is even more dangerous than the NSA overstepping it boundaries, and it must be stopped in our lifetime! OK, I got a little overwrought there, but seriously, can we stop it with the portrait orientated videos?
Developers that are finding it a tough row to hoe when attempting to profit financially from their mobile apps now are only going to find it even tougher in the years to come, says a Gartner forecast.
There’s a new “Swype-Style” keyboard available for iOS, but unfortunately, it’s only currently available in one app.
PAC-MAN, the classic dot-gobbling maze game from Namco Bandai, has been named App of the Week in Apple’s App Store, and will be available FREE for the next week.
Apple continues to give away freebies via its Apple Store app, and this time they want to help you keep that New Year’s resolution you made about getting in better shape. (Yeah, you remember that one…)
Yahoo has announced the release of “News Digest,” a new iOS app that collects, condenses, and then delivers the day’s headlines to users twice daily. The app is currently limited to iPhone and iPod touch users.