Gmail users can be a finicky bunch that fears the slightest little change to their beloved mobile apps, but the creators of Google’s email service have come up with a bold new solution the search giant promises will be “the inbox that works for you.” Does Inbox do the job?
If, for whatever reason, you've always wanted Mozilla's Firefox browser on your iPhone or iPad, your wait may at last be coming to an end. Mozilla has said for years that it had no interest it making its browser available for iOS users, but according to TechCrunch, the company apparently now has different ideas.
We’re kicking off the merry month of December with another edition of the New App Recap! Our latest collection can be used to unlock your Mac with an iOS device, share pics of iPhone home screens, get free photo effects, collaborate with members of your household, and gain quick access to a doctor. The weather outside may be frightful, but this week’s apps are delightful!
Well, the big Black Friday sale day is upon us. If you've been out this morning beating back hordes for physical bargains on flat screen TVs and whatnot, this will come as a welcome respite. Cheap prices and no lines, no shortages, no riots. And if you skip the whole retailer madness on principal or for other reasons, you can still grab some sweet deals right here still.
We've heard a lot about how consumers love the new screen sizes for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but very little about how that love translates into practical use. The news reading app and service Pocket now has some data to remedy that, and it seems clear that the devices are changing how users are changing their reading habits on their iDevices.
Following news that the upcoming trailer for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens would only be shown before movies in a select group of 30 theaters on the evening of Friday, Nov. 28, today word hit that the trailer will be available on iTunes Movie Trailers as well on the same day. The trailer is said to be 88 seconds long.
FileThis is a cloud-based repository for paperless documents, including bank statements, credit card and utility bills. The free service can add up to six connections, automatically downloading online statements and parsing them into text-searchable PDF files which are then uploaded to your choice of providers, including FileThis Cloud.
We already know from estimates of hardware sales that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are selling spectacularly well, but new marketing research from Fiksu demonstrates that its success is apparent elsewhere, too. According to their data, sales and interest in Apple's newest duo of handsets helped the App Store set new records for downloads last month.
Let's face it: The odds of us ordering a bunch of stuff online that we really don't need for dirt cheap prices this week and next are pretty high, so this week's New App Recap is kicking off with one of the best ways to keep tabs on all those packages heading to your doorstep. We've also got some great solutions for managing contacts, starting a group, ordering food from around the country, sharing our mood, and scribbling up seasonal ideas. Let's kick off our Thanksgiving edition right now!
iWork for iCloud just got a little more useful today after Apple updated the software with several new features, uncluding support for eight new languages and the addition of more than 50 new fonts to the existing collection. Generally the changes affect Apple's cloud-based productivity suite across the board, and you can find them in iWork's cloud versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.