“Hyperburner,” is this week’s App Store Free App of the Week. The high-speed space game is usually $3, but it’s free for the next week.
Worried about your youngster getting hearing damage from listening to their music too loud? Here’s how to set a volume limit on their iOS device.
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Apple has ceased signing iOS 10.2.1 and iOS 10.3, following the April 3 release of iOS 10.3.1.
Tired of going back to the Apple Store to buy new Lightning cables? The crush-proof construction of a Toughlink MFi-Certified Metal Braided Lightning Cable fixes that!
Wallpaper Weekends brings you The Rainbow Connection for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch devices.
“The Cube” Bluetooth Speaker is a futuristic looking Bluetooth speaker that not only offers great sound, its LED lighting is purely psychedelic!
Premium cable service Showtime has updated its iOS apps to support downloading of episodes of programs such as “Billions” with the need for a continual Internet connection.
The Everlance Premium Expense Tracker app automatically tracks your mileage driven and expenses, making it much easier to figure everything out at tax time!
If you’d like to quickly find out if any of your favorite apps is in need of a 64-bit upgrade before ioS 11 is released, here’s how.
A Getflix: Lifetime Subscription can help you bypass geographic restrictions on streaming content. Getflix unblocks more than 100 streaming channels around the world.
Popular endless puzzler Blyss is this week’s App Store free App of the week.
It only takes a few moments to reset the AutoCorrect Dictionary on your iOS 10 device, so you can start teaching it those bad words all over again!
Panols, the popular Instagram panorama image sharing tool, is now available for free in the iOS App Store. The app is usually $1.99.
Apple Adds More Names to List of Carriers Offering Wi-Fi Calling and/or VoLTE Support.
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