Facebook has launched a new “Mentions” app that is designed for the exclusive use of “actors, athletes, musicians, and other influencers,” to allow them to “discover and join conversations” on Facebook.
Staying organized is not always easy. Today’s MacTrast Deal is an excellent Mac app that allows you to stay organized without nearly as much effort on your part as you’d expect. Enter NoteBook 4.
Google has released their official Google Analytics app for the iPhone. Analytics is a Google service that allows website owners to view and manage data related to their websites.
Wouldn’t it be great to have lifetime access to over 5,000 Adobe Authorized training courses, covering such subjects as Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Lightroom, and more? Today’s MacTrast Deal gives you access to all that, for great price!
Paul McCartney has re-released five of his classic albums as iPad apps. Band on the Run, McCartney, McCartney II, RAM and Wings over America have been turned into apps by music label Concord Music Group.
Google has updated their Google Maps app for iOS to version 3.2.0 today, adding new functions such as search result descriptions that appear directly on the map, and the ability to view search results either on the map, or in a list.
Hard drive failure isn’t a matter of “if”, but “when.” If it hasn’t happened to you yet, it will someday. How can you protect your precious data? Enter DrivePop.
Sonico has announced the release of the Mac version of their popular iOS translation app iTranslate. The app puts 80+ languages at your fingertips with a just quick click in your Mac’s status bar.
It was six years ago today that Apple debuted their new App Store. The new store, enabled via iPhone OS 2, and an update to iTunes, opened up the world of third-party apps to users of Apple’s iPhone.
Have you ever wanted to be able to edit PDFs by converting them to a Word, Excel, or Powerpoint file? Today’s deal gives you the tools to do just that!
Thanks to friend of the site Chris Rauschnot (@24k on Twitter) we’ve gotten our hands on seven codes for free downloads of the fast-paced spelling game, “Word Science.” We’ll be running the contest through Sunday morning, and we will announce the winners at Noon Eastern time on Sunday.
“Hello, Newman!” Very soon your iPhone using man-hands may be able to send a text message about nothing using emojis based on the popular ’90s sitcom “Seinfeld.”
A known security hole in Adobe’s Flash player that could allow malicious users to steal browser data on Macs, PC, and Linux machines has been exploited in a proof-of-concept by a Google engineer, prompting Adobe to issue a patch to fix the issue.
Apple has added features to its Health app in the current iOS 8 beta. The app can now access the iPhone 5s’s built-in M7 motion coprocessor to track the number of steps a user makes each day, and caffeine has also been added to the already lengthy list of nutritional categories that can be tracked by the app.
Google Maps are out, and Apple Maps are in for the latest beta preview of the web-based Find My iPhone app. Users of Apple’s iCloud beta site will now see the location of their Apple devices and computers on Apple’s own mapping solution, although the Google version is still powering the public edition.
The South Korean Fair Trade Commission on Sunday said that it had ordered both Apple and Google to revise unfair provisions, including their no-refund policy for purchases in their app stores. This marks the first time the antitrust watchdog group has moved against international app store operators.