Need a new app to play around with? This week we've picked Lonely Planet's Guides app, an app that offers you human-curated Spotify playlist a day, and an app that lets you get a document notarized from home, among others.
Apple could soon add support for subscription content within its Apple News app. The idea would be to offer users a more seamless in-app experience while giving publishers more opportunities to win new subscribers.
Did your driveway get nailed by the snowpocalypse otherwise known as Winter Storm Jonas? Not to worry; Plowz has your back. It's like Uber for snow plows and will dispatch a professional snow remover to your house in less than 24…
Samsung might be planning to bring most, if not all, of its apps to iOS this year. That will include various Gear apps, so that the Gear S2 smartwatch works with iOS, and possibly the S Health app to compete with Apple's own Health app.
Explore a whole planet in Crashlands, or ring up a group of friends to play Exploding Kittens on iOS -- this week's list of engaging apps will keep you preoccupied. Check out the five top apps of the week.
Apps are a dime a dozen and it's hard picking new ones to try -- so we've done it for you. Check out these five apps of the week, ranging from a productivity app to a slick news reader that just landed on Android.
Whether you want to make some cash out of your seat or swap your cramped window position for a place in the aisle, Seateroo can help. The new app hopes to make flying more comfortable by letting passengers buy or sell their seats…
Google has banned 13 apps from the Play Store, after finding traces of malware capable of automatically rating an app and surviving a factory reset. Some of these apps were quite popular on the store, with over 100,000 downloads.
Every week we parse through the various app stores so you don't have to go through the hassle. With the new year, take a look at Microsoft's Selfie app, or Neqtr, a new dating app for "socially conscious people," and more.
We've completely overhauled our iPad apps list. Here are more than 100 of the best apps available in the iTunes App Store and beyond. We've got apps in every category, organized so you can find what you want fast and easy.
Watch your temper with Swing Copters 2, the latest from the Flappy Bird developer, or take a trip to somewhere far away with Ascape VR — no virtual reality headset needed! Here are five apps to download this week.
The success of The Force Awakens has sent iOS apps into hyperdrive, as millions troop to the mobile store to find Star Wars apps. After the premiere of the new film, we noticed an almost 200-percent increase in downloads.
Even with the success of its Android-powered Priv smartphone, BlackBerry has not forgotten about its OS 10 customers. The company announced that a slew of paid apps on the platform will be temporarily offered for free.
Facebook remains as the top smartphone app in the U.S., according to a Nielsen study, though its IM app saw the most growth in the last year. Apple Maps appeared in the top 10 for the first time, great news for the company after the app's…
It's a hassle navigating all the respective app stores to find something new, so we've done it for you. Check out this week's top five apps ranging from Cortana, which is now available on iOS and Android, to photo storage app Everalbum.
Just like it does with apps that have in-app purchases right now, next year Google will add a label telling visitors to the Google Play Store which apps have advertising. Developers are being told to supply the information now.
Google has announced a way to stream an app on Search, letting users bypass the download and continue to the use the app for a limited time. This should make things like booking a trip, viewing a video, or buying an item much easier.
Android Marshmallow now supports auto backups for app data, which means that things will be a lot easier when buying a new phone. Unfortunately, not all apps are compatible yet. Here's how to find out which ones are and how the feature…
If you haven't downloaded all the spooky, scary, downright necessary apps for your phone this Halloween, you're not prepared for Halloween quite yet. Here are our top picks, including spooky selfies, games, and more.
Earlier this week, Apple has purged the App Store of 256 apps that were using a faulty API to steal personal data from users. The total number of downloads for the apps reached 1 million, with most originating from China.
The ipiit Food Ambassador app learns your dietary preferences to advise product choices on any grocery barcode you scan. It's perfect for anyone with allergies or dietary restrictions who needs a little help making supermarket selections.