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.
Have you ever gone out to dinner with a group of friends and found it challenging to split the bill? Reserve, the app that aims to “serve as your personal dining concierge,” has updated both its iOS and Android app, so users can split…
Yik Yak, the social app that lets college students anonymously post text-based posts, has announced users will now be able to share photos on the service. Photos must be "mom-safe," and will be approved by moderators before posting.
The iPhone App Store is full to bursting with interesting apps, but finding something fun can be challenging. To help out, we've done the hard work for you. Here are 10 apps, some classic and some new, that we're using this month.
In honor of LGBT pride month, Apple has added an LGBT section on the App Store commemorating the 1969 Stonewall Riots that served as one of the most historical events leading to the gay liberation movements.
Joining the ranks of retailers pulling any products that feature the Confederate flag from their stores, Apple has purged the App Store of anything that features it, including historically focused Civil War strategy games.
Sir Roger Moore and the team behind Subway Surfers released GivingTales, an educational app that provides children with modernized versions of Hans Christian Andersen stories. Profits will go toward Unicef's efforts to help…