While Microsoft may have slightly missed the tablet and phone revolution, it’s now roaring back with a vengeance. It started with OneNote, then Office on iOS became free, very useful, and pretty user-friendly. And now here’s Outlook, offering an incredibly smart, lightweight email experience that works with Gmail, iCloud, and loads more services.
The Apple Watch won't be out until Friday, but there are plenty of fresh apps for your current iOS devices to keep you occupied until then. This week's collection of the best new and updated apps includes a new two-track audio recorder, a hot update to Tumblr, a popular Mac music player now on iPhone, a pair of new Office 365 companion apps, and new ways to keep tabs on your iOS device, write notes, get out of bed, and get alerted. Without further ado, let's jump into this week's New App Recap!
This week’s batch of AppStore downloads features some familiar names as well as brand new games that are worth your time and dollars. Hearthstone finally makes its way to iPhone and features some sleek mobile-friendly additions fans will love. For those wanting a bit more action, WWE 2K provides all the pounding necessary for a good throw down. Tiny Guardians provides us with an adorable tower defense experience and Mega Drift is a racing game we can’t put the brakes on. Want more options? Read on for more great downloads.
Thanks to an emphasis on usability instead of complex functionality, Procreate Pocket is an incredibly easy and fun to use art app. With the screen uncluttered by tools you can focus on the simple pleasure of drawing and painting. But is it as good as its iPad counterpart?
In case you missed it a few days ago, the cord-cutting moment finally arrived for HBO fans with the release of the HBO Now app, which untethers the service from cable or satellite subscriptions at long last. We've also rounded up big updates to Adobe Acrobat DC, myMail, and iTranslate Voice, as well as new apps for quick dialing from Notification Center, party planning, calendar scheduling with a contact twist, and a new way to make fashion choices from the palm of your hand. There's plenty to download this week, so let's dive right in!
Another week means another batch of awesome App Store games vying for your attention. This week there are a lot to choose from, but we’ve made it easier for you by picking the top 10 games that are sure to blow you away. Mortal Kombat X promises to keep Fatality fans busy for a while with its extensive card-collecting system and roster of fighters. Likewise, Implosion will impress you with its gorgeous visuals and missions that cleverly designed for on-the-go gaming. And if you want to play an MMO without starting up your PC, get a team together in Spirit Lords and start raiding. Want more? Read on.
[UPDATED] Gaming on the iPad has gone from strength to strength since its inception, and the choices on offer today are startlingly good. There are hundreds of great iPad games across every genre to meet even the most discerning palates. But to help you find your way around we've picked out the best 25 that money can buy (though in many cases you won't need to spend a cent).
iOS 8 opened a lot of doors previously closed to developers, including the use of extensions to enable functionality which device owners could only dream of a year ago. Thanks to a new app called Workflow, even casual users can now get in on the fun, creating simple, one-tap scripts to make iOS perform new tricks.
This week we've got a new lineup of App Store arrivals to help your devices get ready for spring. This week's New App Recap kicks off with updates to Penultimate and Moju, a new Lazoo drawing app for the kiddies, Adobe's new way to tell stories on the iPad, snapping and sharing photos and short videos, and a way to add alternate phone numbers to your smartphone safely and securely. Without further ado, let's jump straight into this week's offerings...
Even if it doesn’t feel like spring in your particular corner of the country, the boys of summer are ready to take the field. That’s right — it’s baseball season, and whether you're munching on peanuts and Cracker Jack at the ballpark or root-root-rooting for the home team from the comfort of your couch, if you're a fans you have the fever. So just like we did last year, we've collected our favorite apps for baseball fans, and the pickings weren't slim; so oil up the leather because we've got a whole new batch of games and apps for hardball lovers to add to their collection.