Microsoft has updated its Outlook email client for iOS devices to offer Touch ID capabilities. This makes Outlook the first of the leading email apps on iOS to offer Touch ID support.
NCAA March Madness is here, and this year it’s easier than ever to follow the basketball action right on your Mac, iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV!
MacTrast Deals: Twist World Charging Station – The Jetsetter’s Essential Hassle-Free Charging System
If you travel internationally, you likely carry a load of converters chargers and such, just to be able to use your mobile devices. The Twist World Charging Station will lighten that load.
Apple’s Spring Media Event has been officially announced, and will be held on March 21st. To celebrate, we have some excellent event themed wallpapers for you, in a format for almost any Apple device you own.
The Pangu hacking team has released an update to its jailbreak tool, which now offers the ability to jailbreak devices running iOS 9.1. Even better, a jailbreak for the fourth-generation Apple TV will be released next week!
Readdle has updated PDF Expert, its popular PDF editor for iOS and Mac. The newly refreshed app now offers Handoff support, allowing users to begin working on a document on their iOS device, and easily pick up where they left off on their Mac.
Apple TV owners will have a new way to experience March Madness when the 2016 NCAA Men’s basketball championship tips-off on March 15th.
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to monitor your kids’ usage of the Internet, plus put a daily time limit on your their Facebook time, or even protect them altogether from some of the more, um… racier sites on the web? Introducing Circle with Disney.
With the debut of 3D Touch on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, Apple offers a number of new ways to preview and manage content on their flagship devices. 3D Touch is particularly handy to use in the Mail app.
Apple has updated Apple Maps to include 23 new Flyover locations. The update adds cities in the United States, Australia, Belgium, Canada, and more.
Apple on Monday seeded the sixth beta of iOS 9.3 to developers and public beta testers. The new seed comes just under a week following the fifth beta seed.
Keep prying eyes away from your Internet activity, allowing you to browse the net completely anonymously with the Trust.Zone VPN: 2-Yr Subscription.
Following on the heels of a “1970” bug that would brick iOS devices, comes a much more benign glitch, which has iPad and iPhone users seeing “ghost” emails from January 1, 1970.
While there are some very fancy apps on the market that can do very nitty-gritty reframing, cropping, or scaling, most of them are intimidating or scary. A new app to the App Store – ReVu – is very different.
Sure, it’s almost spring, but here are still some cold days on the horizon. These Mujjo Touchscreen Gloves will keep your hands warm, and you’ll still be able to use your iPhone!
iOS 9 brings a quicker and easier way to search for a word or phrase on a web page while viewing it in Safari.