This week we've got a new lineup of App Store arrivals to help your devices get ready for spring. This week's New App Recap kicks off with updates to Penultimate and Moju, a new Lazoo drawing app for the kiddies, Adobe's new way to tell stories on the iPad, snapping and sharing photos and short videos, and a way to add alternate phone numbers to your smartphone safely and securely. Without further ado, let's jump straight into this week's offerings...
Start the new week with some great new apps! Our picks include a cool way to catch up on news from the lock screen, an app for wrangling address book contacts, a better way to edit screenshots, video challenges, a slick way to find and pay for an apartment, Imgur on the iPhone, and a fun way to Show Your Disney Side. Check 'em out!
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!
We're still groggy from Labor Day weekend, but that hasn't stopped us from lining up a spectacular recap of all the cool new apps that hit the App Store last week. In just a few clicks, you can be creating cooler time-lapse videos than ever before, making presentations on the go, and even sending or receiving money within seconds. Without further ado, let's dive into this week's New App Recap!
Videos created by Twitter-owned Vine may only be six seconds long, hardly enough to entertain let alone titillate -- but apparently for roughly one percent of its users, that's plenty enough for a quick blast of smut.
Google really, really wants you to use its social network, and if the ability to automatically back up photos from a mobile device isn't enough incentive, maybe doing the same from the desktop will entice you?
Putting off the purchase of your next automobile because Apple has yet to unleash iOS in the Car? An enterprising developer cobbled together a video of how the service might work using the current version of iOS 7.