Seeing ads tailored to your preferences in social networking apps in iOS is usually a normal thing these days, but that will probably change for iOS users after a new move from Apple to further protect its users' privacy. In other news, Apple gains over 20,000 indie music labels following its decision to pay artists during the Apple Music three-month trial, and Apple wins a top prize for its efforts in advertorial design.
We’re not denying that Twitter’s default search is a pretty blunt instrument, but Myne takes precision to the extreme. Here, you can filter tweets by whether or not they contain images, have been favorited a certain number of times, come from somebody you’ve never followed, and so on.
Rumors about Apple devices and software continue to trickle out at WWDC draws near. What's going on with iOS 9? What about iPad? And Apple TV? We'll know for sure in a couple of weeks, but for now we'll have to rely on these reports. In the meantime, we can enjoy the first official footage from the upcoming Steve Jobs movie, witness the President tweeting from an iPhone, and more.
The Apple Watch has finally arrived, at least onto the wrists of those lucky enough to place early preorders. We've spent as much time as possible putting as many of the 3,000-plus available apps through their paces as we could. The result is a list of 20 that we consider to have successfully lived up to the potential of the watch, ranging from financial and search apps to keeping a journal, buying gas, dining out, and more. If you have an Apple Watch, don't miss out on these 20 extremely useful Apple Watch apps!
In today's Apple Daily, some Apple Watches that were sold after the April 10 morning sellout are reportedly going out much sooner than expected. In other news, you can apparently replace your Apple Watch's band without replacing the entire watch, and a jilted lover from Japan dumped her ex-boyfriend's entire Apple collection in the tub.
Creativity is the theme of our New App Recap this week, with plenty of apps to design and invent. This edition kicks off with a new Creative Cloud-connected design app from Adobe, photo layouts from Instagram, more than 800 new photo filters, a way to slow down or speed up iOS videos, a kid-centric 3D design app, and Twitter's answer to Meerkat. The only problem now is finding the time to be able to play with all of these cool apps, so let's dig in straight away!
Talk about a case of the Mondays! The New Year has arrived, and we've got a great collection of apps to divert your attention away from work or school after two weeks of holiday slumber. This week's New App Recap features a new way to use iOS devices as a second Mac display, view Instagram feeds on an iPad, shoot 4K video, sticker Facebook Messenger missives, command the music at your next party, and sell videos to the world. Sit back and bask in our New Year Edition, starting right now!
Happen to miss the great pop culture moments of 2014? Never fear; Apple's got you covered. The catch here is that its social media department's chosen to do so on Tumblr, where the company's created a page for iTunes celebrating the "best" from this year's music, TV, and books. It's but the latest move in Apple's increasing forays into the most popular outlets in social media.
This week's New App Recap features a compelling mix of productivity apps headlined by Post-It Plus, takes a detour through the revamped Google Play Newsstand, Path Talk, and Tweetbot for iPhone apps, reveals how rewarding shopping with Groupon can be, and even serves up an entire catalog of free documentary movies for good measure. Not sure where to begin? Why not start with our first new app, which is only a click away....
Former Adobe engineer Kevin Lynch took the stage to give an extensive demonstration of what the Apple Watch is capable of, which third-party developers will be able to help shape with a new software development kit known as WatchKit.