Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…
A new phishing scam has been making the rounds in the U.K. It asks iPhone users to follow a link and hand over their Apple ID username and password. If you get a text claiming to be from Apple and asking for login info, it could be fake!
It can sometimes be hard to keep track of your bills, but Plastiq hopes to change that. The app allows you to pay your bills simply by taking a photo of them, and then allows you to plan exactly when you want each bill paid.
Flipagram has launched an update to its app that allows you to take photos and videos straight from the app -- you'll no longer have to browse through the camera roll in order to create media for Flipagram.
Apple can't agree on what to do with iCloud, a report claims. However, changes are on the horizon that could vastly improve the iCloud system for both users and developers. It might just take a while for Apple to implement them.
The iPad Pro is more than just a big tablet: it's the ultimate canvas. From Procreate and Paper to Forge and Adobe Photoshop Sketch, the App Store is full of great drawing apps for the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. Here are our 11 favorites.
Apple's refreshed 12-inch MacBooks are already showing up in its stores worldwide, and are expected to roll out to authorized resellers at any moment. To find the nearest store, simply use Apple's online Personal Pickup tool.
Facebook has announced yet another tweak to the News Feed, now factoring in time spent reading articles. The changes are part of Facebook's Feed Quality Program, and should help cut down on clickbait in the News Feed.
Acer announced an update to the Xplova biking computer, this version being called the Xplova S5 and featuring a built-in camera that can start recording based on conditions that you set -- such as a raised heart rate.