The month of July is racing to a close, but the App Store continues churning out plenty of new and updated apps to keep your summer hotter than ever! This week's New App Recap lineup includes creative ways to dress up your Instagram photos, gussy up iOS device wallpaper, find out where your favorite movies and TV shows are streaming online, start your own portable TV station, use email for messaging, test out a cool scanning app for free, find the nearest hot spots no matter where you are in the world, and design your own room in a virtual 3D space. Click ahead for the details!
The summer is heating up, and so are the new releases in the App Store. This week's helping of new and updated apps includes looks at a new way to compose emails, a big update for Perfect Weather, Disney GIFs, a virtual Theremin, protection for your Wi-Fi hotspot, a cool presentation app from Microsoft, how to make your built-in iOS mic sound bigger, and a clutter-free timer for exercise junkies. But don't take our word for it — read on!
Got an Apple, Mac or iOS tech question? We have the answer. This time we have reader question that sounds simple: how do you delete all your emails from a device running iOS 8? It's trickier than you might think, but we'll show you how it's done.
This week’s New App Recap looks at Pixelmator and Final Draft Writer, two iPad favorites that just made the jump to iPhone and iPod touch. We’ve also got two new Google apps, a way to get cheap iTunes movies, a hot new email app, a better way to collect and categorize collectibles and movies, and a nifty new visual to-do list. Check ’em all out!
You don’t have to wait three weeks to enjoy the dinos in Jurassic World, because this week’s New App Recap puts the prehistoric giants into your pics! We’ve also got fun photo and video apps to fool around with over Memorial Day weekend, plus a new way to send email, a better audiobook experience for your car, an app that teaches safe driving to teens, and a slick new update to one of our favorite currency converters. So put down that barbecue and dive into a pool of groovy new apps!
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.
We're always fascinated to see how developers reach for new horizons within the App Store, and our New App Recap for this week certainly offers a number of unique solutions to very real problems. Whether you need to improve your vision without the need for reading glasses, paint without being an artist, or manage your work schedule with ease, we've got the apps you'll need to accomplish these goals, along with others for tackling email, keeping up with the latest news, finding a movie in the theater, tracking down the latest clothing styles, and tackling your reminders. It's one of our most productive recaps ever, so let's dig in!
It's already Groundhog Day here in the U.S., and the scruffy little rodent named Punxsutawney Phil has already prognosticated we have six more weeks of winter ahead of us. Thankfully, the App Store is chock full of some new selections to make the time pass quicker, including a convenient way to put push notifications to work, a new mobile email client from Microsoft, a handy app for learning how to play your favorite tunes, how to take control of your Mac, and even a special version of Vine that's just for kids. It's all right here in our first New App Recap for the month of February, so sit back and enjoy!
When we reviewed the original Mail Designer, we concluded only those who were in the business of sending large numbers of eye-catching emails could justify the price tag — it was a niche product for marketers. Fast forward to version 2 and you get a range of new features, including the ability to embed videos into your messages and collaborate on designs with others.
iTunes Connect is off duty this week, so there are no new apps or updates being published until the weekend. In the meantime, we've got a heaping helping of great new apps worth checking out while developers are on break, including slick new ways to email or text, a better way to Instagram, how to find out where Apple Pay can be used, a new third-party keyboard, and much more! We'll be taking a break next week, so check back with us after the first of the year, and a happy holidays to all!