iOS 9 is almost here, and if you want to have your apps ready for Apple’s latest and greatest mobile operating system, you need The Complete iOS 9 Developer Course. It offers instruction on how to build 100 apps using Apple’s latest technologies!
We here at MacTrast are always looking for rugged replacements for our stock Lightning cables, and SCOSCHE is about to announce the release of their rugged strikeLINE™ Rugged LED Charge & Sync Cables.
Square Cash today announced that it has updated its iOS app to allow Apple Watch users to make money transfers via Apple’s wearable device. Square’s app allows users to send money to friends and family for free, via a linked credit or debit card.
While we love to listen to our favorite tunes or podcasts while we’re working out, we all hate the way our earbud cords can get tangled up during our workouts. Jarv Nmotion PRO Bluetooth Earbuds to the rescue!
As Apple works to rollout Apple Pay in Australia, it is reportedly facing a number of hurdles, including a reluctance by the major banks in the country to share a piece of the AU$2 billion in interchange fees they take in every year.
Apple has released iOS 8.4.1 to the public. The update, which includes improvements and fixes to the Apple Music app, comes roughly 6 weeks after the public release of iOS 8.4.
Let’s face it, we all have a lot of digital “stuff.” Music, video, photos, documents… WHEW! Get a SkyHub Cloud Unlimited Backup: Lifetime Subscription, and you’ll have a place for your stuff.
Google has released an update to its iOS app. Version 7.0 of the app adds always-on “Ok Google,” access, better local search results, and the ability to copy and paste from anywhere in the app.
Have too much to say in a 140 character direct message in Twitter? Then rejoice, oh verbose one, for Twitter has officially lifted the 140 character burden from your back!
Today’s MacTrast Deals bundle will teach you how to create Educational, Arcade, Sports, and Action Games for iOS! Learn how to become an iOS games developer for only 20 bucks!
A new article posted by Quartz on Tuesday analyzed data from July for Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio station, and came up with a list of the station’s most played songs, artists, and genres for the first full month of Beats 1’s existence.
Apple on Tuesday added 21 new cities to its Maps app’s 3D Flyover feature. The new locales, listed on the Apple Maps Flyover webpage, include multiple areas in France, and Mexico, as well as other locations.
Rite Aid pulled a 180 today, announcing that its 4,600 stores in the United States will begin accepting Apple Pay and Google Wallet as a payment option beginning August 15.
iOS devices always need to be charged, they always run out of storage space. This week’s Indiegogo of the Week, the MemoriesCable, fixes both of those problems.
American Express announced on Monday that the company is the first to debut Apple Support for corporate credit cards in the United States.
Today’s indie app is iPursue V1.2 – A Spontaneous Errands, Wish List and Tasks Manager App, a task manager/to-do list with a twist.