Apple has named its latest free App Store App of the Week, and this week, mind mapping app MindNode goes free for the next seven days.
Apple released iOS 9.3.5 on Thursday, and update designed to plug three serious security holes, which could give bad guys access to a user’s data, and even allow a device to be remotely jailbroken.
Apple on Thursday released iOS 9.3.5. The update was released to fix some quite serious security issues.
The Soundjump Bluetooth Speaker offers a removable, rechargeable 6,000mAh battery, that allows you to listen to music for up to 20 hours. Plus, you can charge your other devices with the battery, when it isn’t hooked up to the speaker!
Wednesday saw Apple stop signing iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Prisma Labs has updated its popular Prisma photo editing app for iOS devices to offer offline processing of images.
The Zus Kevlar MFi Certified Lightning Cable offers military-grade Kevlar protection, so that means it’ll probably stand up to any non-military punishment you put it through.
Pokémon Go is fun, but man, can hunting for Pokémon drain your mobile device’s battery! Get the LinearFlux PokeCharger Portable Battery. This 3.0 Amp charger will charge your iPhone at twice the speed of a typical wall charger!
You try to keep your passwords straight, but there are just so many of them! Sticky Password Premium is your password management and form filler solution, available for Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android.
Apple on Monday seeded iOS 10 Beta Seven to developers AND public beta testers for testing.
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Apple has named Pixel Cup Soccer 16 as the App Store’s latest Free App of the Week. The retro-style soccer game usually goes for $3, and this is the first time it has been available free in the App Store.
The New York Times has announced that it will shutdown its NYT Now curated news app the week of August 29th. The Times debuted the app in early 2014, in an attempt to reach readers via a cheaper alternative to its digital subscription service.
Here’s your chance to grab an Apple MFi-Certified Lightning Cable: 3-Pack for a great price!
Mophie Powerstation XL External Battery keeps all your devices powered up and ready to go, no matter where you are! It’s portable, tough, and provides up to 8 complete charges for most smartphones.