Apple has named creative iOS photo editing app Tangent as its free App of the Week. The app allows users to add geometric shapes, patterns, textures, and other effects to their photos.
While we’ve seen Apple and its products attacked in numerous ads and promotions, a recent “Apple is a Nazi” posting by a Chinese Android smartphone company has to be the worst we’ve seen.
Lunch time fun: A new app allows you to virtually try on an Apple Watch. The app even lets you try out different color straps!
Apple has seeded the latest beta of iOS 8.3 to its public beta testers. The new build is also available to developers as build 12F61.
The Amazon Music with Prime Music app for iOS has gotten an update that includes ad-free music stations, personalized recommendations, and simplified navigation.
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More than 25% of all visits to U.S. government websites in the last 90 days have come via an Apple computer or mobile device.
Angry Birds developer Rovio’s earnings fell in 2014, even as their popular mascots continued to fly onto the screens of mobile devices everywhere.
Market research firm InfoScout claims only 6% of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus owners have used Apple Pay to perform a transaction at a merchant, while 85% have yet to try the touchless payments service.
Rhapsody members can now share songs to their followers on Twitter via Twitter audio cards. The feature allows Twitter users to listen to full length songs whether they are Rhapsody subscribers or not.
In the wake of fraud allegations against The Whole Pantry app creator Belle Gibson, Apple has removed the app from the App Store, as well as removing it from its featured Apple Watch apps page.
Apple Pay continues to add new financial institutions to its support rolls, and credit unions continue to lead the way. Apple on Tuesday announced the addition of 39 financial institutions to the list, 27 of those are credit unions.
Nintendo announced on Tuesday that it will be developing games for smartphones, tablets and PCs. The company’s new partnership with Japanese game maker DeNA mean Mario and Zelda soon could be available on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Vpasana can remind you to switch your phone to silent mode whenever proper etiquette at a public venue requires “ringers off.”
Microsoft is reportedly readying its own virtual assistant, Cortana, to take a run at Siri on her own home turf. Microsoft is said to have plans to bring Cortana to the iOS and Android platforms later this year.
Apple kicked off its iOS public beta testing program on Thursday, with the public beta release of iOS 8.3.