Seven years after the original iPhone, mobile search remains a must-have feature. Although there are an expansive number of options available, one of the original third-party apps, first launched in 2008, continues to be at the top of its game with this latest version.
There are nearly as many ways to save photos to the cloud as there are camera apps in the App Store, but which one is right for you? Figuring it out can be a pain, but don't worry; we're here to break down the core features of eight of the top cloud-storage photo services (and warn you of any caveats to be aware of) including Adobe Revel, Shutter, Flickr, and more — and then decide which one is the best.
Prepare to have an eye-opening experience with this week's New App Recap! We've got all of the details on a new free app to assist the vision impaired, the latest updates for 1Password and Marco Polo, the ability to resize photos for AirPrint, how to get away with using Facebook at work, showing off your music library on Notification Center, an unlimited buffet of mobile magazines, and plenty more. Click ahead and find out more!
The games of 2015 continue to quickly roll in, and this week we’ve brought together another selection of great titles worth checking out. Familiar favorites like Dragon Quest V and The Lego Movie Video Game bring their fun to the App Store, while new titles like Hook and Skyward will keep your brain engaged. Oh, and if you like making money, Moneygrabber! is definitely for you.
Last week saw a rush of new iOS apps, which means this edition of New App Recap is chock-full of awesomeness! We’ve got the long-awaited arrival of an Android streaming favorite, updates to Parallels Access, Amazon Photo, and CBS News, an app for relaxation, a way to view webpages from Notification Center, and a pair of helpful Google apps. Dive in and start downloading!
Any lingering post-holiday sluggishness in the release schedule is gone by now, as this week’s slate of new releases is a strong and diverse one. WWE Immortals delivers a card-centric fighting game that even non-wrestling fans might dig, while intriguing indies like Shadowmatic and Socioball look great, and freebies Words on Tour, Bear Winter, and D-Day: PvP are all surely worth a download.
[UPDATED!] One name dominates digital photo editing, and that’s Adobe. Its flagship Photoshop software is the industry standard — it’s used to help make this very website — but unfortunately now requires a cumbersome monthly or annual subscription to "own." Happily, there are alternative applications that won’t break the bank and that can do everything the photography enthusiast could ever need. The following is an overview of your top options for Mac and iOS, including a few that won't cost you a dime.
Everyone has a favorite Disney character, and now kids and parents alike can find them in one place with Disney Story Central for iPad. Also available as a tablet-optimized website, it offers four free books of your choosing just for downloading, with more than 150 others available via in-app purchase.
Our weekly roundup of the latest noteworthy iOS apps is back with another round of potential App Store favorites! In this edition, we'll shine a spotlight on Evernote's new mobile scanner app, talk personal finance, show you how to beam live iOS video to an Apple TV, create your own emoji keyboard, use voice search with an Amazon Fire TV Stick, and check out a gaggle of updates to Hangouts, Adobe Premiere Clip, and more. Off to the App Store we go...!
And we’re back with more iOS games! Hope you used the holiday break to catch up on some of the biggest and brightest games of last year, because 2015 is already off to a solid start with this week’s crop of releases. Gunbrick and Space Marshals look like fun new premium experiences, while Adult Swim’s free Area 777 is surely worth a look, and the great Frozen Synapse has finally made the move to iPhone.