Despite recent headlines on how retailers are rebuffing Apple Pay, the mobile payment service is already apparently more popular than the two NFC-based systems that preceded it — and Apple CEO Tim Cook had plenty more to share at the WSJD Live conference last night. Our Tuesday Morning Report has the details, along with new iPad keyboard solutions from Logitech and a huge cloud storage bump from Microsoft.
We're back with another great roundup of new and updated apps, and this week's lineup features the long-awaited arrival of a Mac favorite for the iPad, along with new apps from Google and Facebook, great updates to Unread and Infuse, and a whole lot more. And what's this? A way to watch every Simpsons episode ever made from the comfort and safety of your iOS device? Uh, we've gotta run...something important just came up, sorry...
Whether you’re waiting for a new iPad to arrive or simply seeking new stuff to play on your existing iOS device, there are plenty of intriguing new games out this week. Republique is expanded out with its anticipated third episode, while Retry and Micro Battles are fun new affairs, and NHL 2K and Tilt to Live: Gauntlet’s Revenge expand on popular series. Come back next week for another fresh batch of App Store picks.
An iOS public beta may still be the stuff of legend, but Apple today ensured that developers could get easy widespread feedback for their prerelease iOS apps by extending the amount of people who can test them through TestFlight. Initially showcased at WWDC back in June, TestFlight now allows third-party developers to invite up to 1,000 members of the public to best test their apps ahead of launch.
It's widely known that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs had a dark side, so why not go straight to The Dark Knight himself to play the iconic CEO on the big screen? Our Thursday Morning Report includes details on Sony's ambitious biopic, as well as Apple's pending retail invasion of China, plus Google's new take on email. Click and consume!
When the MFi (Made For iOS) controller standard came into being about a year ago, it had the potential to usher in a new era of iOS gaming that allowed developers to deliver true console-quality gaming on an iOS device. Unfortunately, most MFi controllers have suffered from one problem or another: too expensive, too unwieldy, too unresponsive, or a combination of the above. The GameSmart CTRLi Mobile Gamepad from Mad Catz aims to succeed where others have failed, and it does a very admirable job.
Halloween's a time for celebrating candy and all things gruesome, when we play tricks on our loved ones or dress up in weird and wonderful costumes. Whether your idea of horror-filled entertainment is scaring yourself, frightening friends and family, or watching strangers flee in terror, these apps have got you covered. Here are 10 apps to get you in the mood for Halloween.
Call it the calm after the storm: Now that OS X Yosemite, iOS 8.1, new iPads, and Retina iMacs have hit the streets, Apple is likely to get a little quieter leading up to the holiday season — but not before touting huge sales for the iPhone 6 during Monday's quarterly earnings announcement. Cupertino had a bit to say about Spotlight privacy yesterday as well, and our Tuesday Morning Report also looks at a couple of new software offerings for OS X as well.
This week's edition of the New App Recap is almost literally an explosion of sight and sound! We've got an Apple Pay-enabled update for smart bulbs, Flickr landing on the iPad, a whole bunch of ways to create music while on the go, and even a couple apps for anonymously expressing yourself or getting the word out on your personal blog. Sit back and join us on this groovy trip through the world of new and updated apps!