The free BBC News app for iOS and Android is getting its first major revamp since its 2010 launch. The new app will debut n the UK over the next few days, and will go global soon after.
Sighted folks can now lend a helping hand to the visually impaired via Be My Eyes, an iOS app which allows blind users to remotely request assistance from a sighted person when needed.
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Apple has posted a notice on their developer website reminding app developers that starting Feb. 1, all new iOS 8 software submitted to the App Store must include 64-bit support.
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Apple has added about 1 million new iBooks users per week since they made the move to preinstall the app on devices as of the release of iOS 8.
“Glimpse” from developer Arno Appenzeller, allows you to take your favorite webpages and turn them into auto-refreshing widgets for your iOS 8 Today screen.
Parallels updated their Parallels Access for iOS app to version 2.5 on Thursday, adding iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus support, a new file manager, file sharing features, and more.
Facebook makes another move to obtain a toehold in the workplace on Wednesday, as new smartphone app “Facebook at Work” hits the iOS and Android app stores.
EA has announced via Twitter that the latest game in the popular Sims franchise, The Sims 4, will coming to the Mac in February.
Say goodbye to Urbanspoon, and hello to Zomato! The restaurant recommendation service/app has been sold to Zomato, an online restaurant service based in India.
It takes on average around ten days to get a new iPhone app approved for the App Store. However, a free app that allows users to express support for the Je Suis Charlie campaign was approved in one hour, following a direct appeal to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Apple has today raised the price for apps in the App Store in all countries within the European Union, Norway, Russia, and Canada. The app price hikes come alongside product price hikes in Brazil.
If the titles “Prince of Persia,” “The Oregon Trail,” and “Wolfenstein 3D” bring back great memories of computer gaming in the ’80s and ’90s for you, then The Internet Archive’s latest addition is right up your alley.
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The iCloud.com Photos app has disappeared from the site. The “Beta” app’s icon no longer appears on the main menu of the iCloud website.