Apple acquired SnappyLabs, the one man development company behind the SnappyCam app. The acquisition took place just before the end of 2013, and the app has since been removed from the App Store.
On Day 11 of its “12 Days of Gifts”, Apple wants to give you the gift of crabs. Well, just one crab. In “Mr. Crab,” you control the titular character, who needs to rescue as many baby crabs as possible.
Scanner Pro by Readdle has the honor of being the first iOS app honored as the free iTunes App of the Week for 2014. The app turns your iPhone and iPad into a portable scanner, allowing you to scan receipts, whiteboards, notes, and even multi-page documents.
Anki Drive, the robotic slotless race cars that allow you to control their defensive and offensive actions via an iOS app, has updated said app to add new upgrades and weapons.
In a New Year’s Eve post on the Bump blog, the developer of that popular app has announced that it will be closing down both Bump, the app that allows devices to share contact information and other files by “bumping” the two together, and photo album aggregator Flock in order to concentrate its efforts on projects of its parent company, Google.
Apple customers in the United States awoke with hangovers this morning to find “Rayman Jungle Run” is the gift for day 7 of Apple’s “12 Days of Gifts” promotion.
A new report from App Store analytics firm Distimo says Apple’s App Store experienced a nice spike in downloads and revenue on Christmas Day, with revenue increasing by 56% and total downloads jumping by 53%.
The FitBit iPhone app has received an update today that may draw curious iPhone 5s users into the FitBit fold. Today’s update adds a basic tracking feature that uses the iPhone 5s’s M7 motion coprocessor to provide some of a FitBit device’s basic activity tracking features on the phone.
Apple brought iTunes Connect back online on Friday, following a scheduled holiday hiatus. The developer portal is once again open for uploads, app pricing, distribution and management.
A first of its kind website and service has debuted. The CTIA’s KnowMyApp.org website allows users to estimate an app’s data usage before downloading it, a welcome service to those who are on capped data contracts.
#Friday5 is a weekly giveaway that rewards 5 of our Twitter followers with a free copy of either a Mac or iOS app each and every Friday! Cool huh? But wait, there’s more…. one of the lucky five will also pocket a $20 iTunes voucher! Hurrah!
If you’re a user of Nokia’s ‘Here’s Maps’ iOS mapping and navigation app, this is going to sting. The company has pulled the app from the App Store, saying changes to iOS 7 – Apple’s latest mobile operating system – have damaged the user experience.
Sure, it’s really easy to just go out to a Hallmark store and buy greeting cards. But what if you wanted to give your loved ones something a little more personalized? Too much trouble you say? Meet iGreetingCard Deluxe, the easy to to use Mac app that helps you create your own personalized photo greeting cards.
The Christmas rush is over, New Years Eve is still days away, and you’re off from school or work for the rest of the year. What to do to fill your time?
Apple has kicked off their “12 Days of Gifts” promotion with a free download of four songs Justin Timberlake performed at the 2013 iTune Festival. This is the first year the promotion has been available in the United States.
Following the release of the Evad3rs’ release of the first untethered iOS 7 jailbreak, Jay Freeman, creator of jailbreak App Store Cydia, has put in some excellent work, and has released an updated version of Cydia with a new look and feel designed with iOS 7 in mind.