This week we've got some fun camera-compatible apps that cover everything from making silly faces to getting rid of unsightly blemishes to making your pet look like it's talking. And if you're looking for good games, we've got you covered there, too. So grab these apps while the discounts are still good, 'cause you never know when the sales will end.
It's already the beginning of March, but many parts of the USA are still buried in snow, which is a great time to just stay indoors and comb through the App Store in search of new entertainment. This week's New App Recap has plenty to offer, with a YouTube app for kids, a better way to order pizza, a visual tool for designers, a service for live music lovers, new search tools, and, uh, free erotica ebooks.
Older generations might frown upon the idea, but these days iPhones and iPads have become an indispensable part of parenting. Whether we're taking a long car ride, stuck inside on a rainy day or just trying to squeeze some work in before a deadline, an iPhone can be a lifesaver when you've got a rambunctious toddler on your hand. But just any old app won't do; it needs to be fun, keep their attention, and maybe teach them a thing or two while they're using it. Here are 10 iOS apps that are kid-tested and parent-approved.
According to Standard and Poor's, Apple made history yesterday when it released its quarterly earnings report as all those iPhone sales resulted in the most profitable quarter in history. Elsewhere, YouTube finally gives in and goes full HTML5, and Universal Pictures releases the final cast list for the Steve Jobs biopic.
Apple may be putting new App Store releases on hold for the holidays in two weeks, but Cupertino is using that time to celebrate the best of the year. Our Monday Morning Report has the details on some of the content making Apple's Best of 2014 list, a look at Cupertino's new iPad Air 2 commercial, and how to get some free, ad-supported holiday music streamed right to your device. Don't be a Scooge, click and read on!
How big is too big for an iPad? Our Tuesday Morning Report has a followup on yesterday's iPad Pro news, complete with a video comparing what such a device might look like compared to current iPhone, iPad, and MacBook Pro models. Steve Jobs is also making headlines again, as is his successor Tim Cook, who popped into Georgetown yesterday to commemorate World AIDS Day. Click to read all the details!
They're manufacturing how many Apple Watches?! Judging from sources in the supply chain, Apple appears to be anticipating yet another runaway hit for the wearable device, and we've got all the details in our Thursday Morning Report. There's also a new Office for Mac 2011 patch and the complete rundown on Google's new YouTube subscription service for music lovers. All the news that's fit to print is just a click away!
As you may have heard, the first iPhone 6 purchased from a retail store in Perth, Australia tumbled right out of its owner's hands this morning — but judging from the sheer number of drop tests being performed on Apple's latest smartphone, it's all good.
Last week's iOS 7.1.2 update introduced improvements for iBeacon, third-party accessories, and mail attachments, but apparently some international users are finding the patch also messed up their calendars.