Good news for the iOS app developers in our audience, as multiple developers on Twitter report that Apple has recently doubled the number of promo codes that developers can use to promote their apps to reviewers, family and friends.
iOS’s market share in the third-quarter dropped from 14.4% last year to 12.9% this year. While that sounds bad, there are plenty of reasons why Apple executives aren’t hitting the panic button just yet.
Smartwatch maker Pebble announced last Wednesday that they had submitted their iOS 7 notifications app update to theApp Store, and today it has been approved and is available for download.
While Apple Maps didn’t exactly have a great start, with numerous bugs reported in its early months of life, new data from ComScore shows users have warmed up to the app, with Google Maps as the big loser.
With iOS 7, Apple has introduced the concept of automatic updates. It’s a great feature, and in most cases it’s something you want to leave enabled. But did you know you can still control whether or not your iOS device installs the latest app updates? Here’s how.
Web-based automation and productivity service IFTTT (If This Then That) has announced an update to its iOS app. The update adds better integration with Reminders and Photos, added swipe gestures, and more.
After leaving a number of hints over the course of the past several weeks, Apple has finally released a significantly redesigned version of their Remote app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, designed to better match the look and feel of iOS 7. Apple had previously updated their other house-made apps with a similar design overhaul.
AirLike is a delightfully designed, easy to use App, that offers a feature that wasn’t readily available on iOS 6 (or before), but can it compete with the built-in addition of AirDrop in iOS 7?
Twitter released a fairly nice, albeit minor, update yesterday, bringing the version up to 5.12. The update adds in-stream Twitter photo and Vine video previews, one-tap access to full-screen media content, and a new series of quick action buttons to allow you to retweet, reply to, or favorite a tweet with one tap from within your timeline.
In order to use your iPhone or iPad during an airplane flight you are required to put it into “Airplane Mode.” Airplane Mode shuts off your device’s cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth radios.
It’s that time of year again, Halloween! Time for our annual look at fun and scary iOS apps for Halloween!
Flexibits today released Fantastical 2 for iPhone, the new version of its popular calendar app. The new version is redesigned and reimagined for iOS 7, with Reminders support, a new week view, and more.
A survey of over 800 iOS device users shows that the majority of users who have tried iTunes Radio have either returned to Pandora for their music, or continue to use it alongside Apple’s streaming music service.
We reported last week about the leaked photos of MOCA’s upcoming iOS 7 compatible game controller for the iPhone 5 and higher. Now, a promotional video trailer has been leaked.
Apple has quietly simplified the user interface for the iPhone 5s’s new Burst Mode camera feature in its recent iOS 7 updates. Burst mode allows you to keep your finger on the shutter button to capture photos at the rate of 10 per second.
#Friday5 is a weekly giveaway that rewards 5 of our Twitter followers with a free copy of either a Mac or iOS app each and every Friday! Cool huh? But wait, there’s more…. one of the lucky five will also pocket a $20 iTunes voucher! Hurrah!