If you've ever found the concept of in-app browsers a little sketchy, iOS developer Craig Hockenberry (perhaps best known for working on Twitterific) claims you have a right to be worried. In a blog post today, Hockenberry demonstrated how it's possible for the developer of an in-app browser to record what you're typing on the screen, even if you're behind the supposed safety of secure login.
iOS 8 has had an impressive first week, but it hasn't been without bugs. Reports this morning revealed an impressive adoption rate for the new mobile operating system (even though it lags behind IOS 7's), but so many of those first-week users are finding numerous flaws in the platform. Much as with the release of iOS 7, however, Apple is wasting little time setting out to repair them. In fact, an update aimed at most of the issues is allegedly already in the works.
iOS 8 is finally here, and with it comes an avalanche of new and updated apps! While we can't list them all here, we've whittle last week's arrivals down to eight of our favorites. Here you'll find veteran apps such as 1Password and TextExpander finally given the freedom to breathe, widgets that make Notification Center more usable, and even a photo app that can now share its filters with Apple's own Photos.
It was release week and that means we've got a round up of stories that are all about two things: new iPhones and new iOS. So let's not waste any more time. If you want a quick rundown of the who, what, where, and when, this is the tasty place to be.
A lot of Apple fans have already upgraded to iOS 8 following the recent release of Apple's latest mobile operating system, but for those of you that haven't, here are a few quick tips to make the experience easier.
It’s iPhone release week, and while not a heavy span for prominent new game releases, there are still a few well worth checking out — including the wonderfully absurd Goat Simulator, plus intriguing free-to-play entries like Beach Buggy Racing and Plunder Pirates. And be sure to install any lingering game updates you might have, as many top games are being enhanced for the iPhone 6 and iOS 8.
Last week was relatively quiet for new apps, presumably as developers got their hands on the gold master of iOS 8 and started preparing for an avalanche of updates ahead of the new iPhone. But don't worry: There's still plenty of cool stuff to be found, including a recent Disney storybook app, updates to your favorite Google apps, and even a Microsoft entertainment app for keeping tabs on your favorite celebrities. Be sure to come back next week for our roundup of the best iOS 8 apps!
It’s another great-looking week for new iPhone and iPad games, with highlights including the big-name runner Spider-Man Unlimited, role-playing classic Dragon Quest I, and NFL Kicker 15, while exciting indies like Fotonica, Phantom Rift, and Chronology shouldn’t be ignored amidst the pack. Give these brand-new releases a look, and then check back here next Thursday for more.
Apple's big media event is almost upon us, but before you get distracted by shiny new toys, we've got another great roundup of new and updated apps that started touching down in the App Store over the last week. There's a little something for everyone including a few search and travel apps, plus a great new way to make photo collages from any iOS device. It's all ahead in this week's New App Recap!
Premium console ports are a big draw in this week’s iPhone and iPad game release barrage, with World War I adventure Valiant Hearts: The Great War and stealth-action affair CounterSpy both turning heads on the App Store. And Angry Birds Stella is certainly a huge debut, even if it mines the familiar formula once more. Scope these games out and then check back next week for even more.