While the Android-based Google Play Store racks up about double the number of downloads that Apple’s iOS App Store does, it continues to lag far behind Apple’s app store when it comes to actual revenue.
HTC on Tuesday unveiled its latest flagship handset, the HTC 10, which offers something quite unusual for an Android device, built-in AirPlay wireless streaming support.
Adobe on Monday released a preview version of its new Experience Design CC (XD) app. The app offers a streamlined interface allowing users to easily create mockups of mobile apps and webpages.
The MacX DVD Video Converter Pro Pack allows Mac users to rip any DVD and convert the resulting video files into a format playable on a Mac, or most iOS and Android devices.
Microsoft has released an update to its Skype app on both iOS and Android, offering group video chat for up to 25 participants.
Nintendo’s first smartphone app, Miitomo, will launch sometime in March for iOS and Android devices, and pre-registration for the game starts in February 17.
Apple has updated the Apple Music app for Android devices, adding the ability to save downloaded songs to an SD card. The new feature greatly increases the capacity for offline listening for devices running the Android OS.
Spotify is finally ready to release video content for both the iOS and Android platforms. The Android app will see the light of day first, later this week, with the iOS app due to hit devices next week.
California state legislators have joined New York state in considering whether to ban the sale of electronic devices that offer unbreakable encryption.
Apple is said to be working on a new app that would make it easier for iOS users to make the move to an Android device. (Yes, you read that right.)
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DeNA and Capcom have announced several classic characters from the popular Street Fighter series will be making their debut in DeNA’s strategic battle RPG, Blood Brothers 2.
Apple has launched their first major app for Android devices today, finally binging the promised Apple Music app to Android-based smartphones and tablets.
Gaming stalwart Nintendo is set to show off its first mobile games for the iOS and Android platforms on Thursday, says a report from The Wall Street Journal.
The latest report from analytics firm comScore shows Apple is continuing to gain marketshare in the U.S. smartphone market. In the three-month period ending in August, the iPhone maker continues to pull away from second place Samsung.
Beta testing site Betabound is offering Android owners the chance to beta test the Android version of Apple Music.