It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy list.
While the average email service doesn't do much to protect your emails there is another level of service that offers email encryption.There are dozens of encryption options available, from plugins to web services. Let's take a look at the best .
Charging an Apple Watch can be delightful and fun, thanks to the WatchMe. Just crown your Apple Watch onto the charging stand’s head and you have yourself an endearing creature wearing your smartwatch as its one-eyed goggle.
If you're after a new app or two for your iPhone or iPad, then you'll want to check Apple's new promotion, which reduces the cost of 100 key apps to just $1. Titles include Pixelmator, Fruit Ninja, Cytus, and Dead Space.
We've already heard that the remote bundled with the next Apple TV may feature a touchpad, but it seems that Apple could be thinking much bigger, filing patents for a remote that could scan your fingerprint or even your retina.
You don’t have to curb your iPhone use as you watch that battery meter tick down, you could get yourself some extra juice. Why not invest in one of the best iPhone 6 battery cases and boost your phone’s stamina?
Messaging app Line has released a lightweight version of the main app named Line Lite. Designed for developing markets, it's less than 1MB in size and uses less data, but still manages to squeeze in some cute stickers.
The FTC has launched a formal investigation into whether Apple's 30 percent App Store tax is unduly harming third-party music streaming services. The company is facing increased scrutiny in light of its own music service's launch.
Apple has pulled the ability to review apps from devices running a beta version of iOS. The move is aimed at curbing the negative feedback given to apps that aren't configured to run on the new version yet.
The New York Times and Starbucks announced on Tuesday that some news articles would be available for free to Starbucks loyalty members via the Starbucks mobile app, starting in the first half of next year.
Minutes and texts belong to the past now. The focus of your smartphone worry today should be data. We take a look at how to reduce your data usage, avoid breaking your limits, and save yourself a little money.