Happy election day! We don't know about you, but we'll be quite happy to see those political ads leave the airwaves come Wednesday so things can get back to normal with corporations trying to sell us their wares instead. Before you head out to vote today, why not take a quick look at a handful of stories you might have missed on Monday?
U.S. carrier AT&T is no stranger to the app game, but this week they're jumping into the photo sharing racket with a new service for storing, syncing and sharing images, videos and documents in one safe, convenient place.
Walking around with an iOS device full of your favorite memories is pretty awesome, but sometimes you want to actually get them onto paper in the classiest way you can -- and Mosaic is here to make that a snap.
And just like that, it's gone. Photo sharing service Batch, which launched just over a year ago to great fanfare, has closed its doors -- and users only have until November 8 to download any photos they're shared there.
There are some apps users immediately elevate to legendary status, and iOS to-do app Clear is one of them. That's why developer Realmac's announcement this week of a Mac version is lighting up Clear fans everywhere.
Electronic Arts is back for another dose of street racing, and they're inviting you to the App Store to join in the fun -- that even includes iPhone 5 users, who will get a dose of widescreen fun in the latest Need for Speed release.
"Bond. James Bond." It's hard to believe moviegoers have been hearing those words spoken for five decades now, and to celebrate, a new app containing all of the movie posters for the films has landed in the App Store.
It's the weekend before Halloween, ghouls and zomboys, which means that the scariest of apps and hot games are seeing their prices beheaded. We're talking machetes and axes are cutting down dollar signs, hacking away at the cost until there's just monster deals lying dismembered on the ground for you to scoop up and make your own. So what are you waiting for? An invitation?
Apple wasn't shy about noting that it's now paid more than $6.5 billion to developers this week, and the company continues to find new ways to increase profits for both parties, such as adopting more currencies around the world.