You can finally reply to text messages on iOS via Pebble, but only on AT&T

Pebble's new Text Reply feature finally lets you reply to SMS messages via a Pebble smart watch, but there's a catch: You must have a cellular plan on AT&T. It's currently in beta.

Make the most of Apple Music with these 10 tips and tricks

There's more to Apple Music than Zane Lowe and Beats 1. Here are 10 useful tips for making the most of newest streaming service on the digital block.

Microsoft's new Bing app lets you buy music or watch a movie without skipping a beat

Microsoft's reimagined Bing app for iOS links to relevant pages within apps such as Netflix, Amazon, iTunes, YouTube, and more depending on the search. It packs a barcode scanner, too.

Google's finally got something to offer iPhone users

Avid users of Apple's products don't always get love from Google, but the search giant has now launched a Chrome beta program for iOS that supports 3D touch.

Firefox for iOS finally shows up 1:41

Yes, it's true. Four years after the browser hit Android, Mozilla has finally gotten around to launching its Firefox browser for Apple's mobile devices.
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Facebook enables 360-degree video for iOS and Gear VR

Facebook has enabled 360-degree video support for iOS and, for those ambitious enough to adopt virtual reality early, Samsung's Gear VR. Only a few select content producers can upload 360-degree video at this time.

Developer behind malware app InstaAgent says there’s nothing to worry about

A third-party Instagram app promising to show who's viewing your profile has been exposed as malware. The app, InstaAgent, steals the supplied login data and sends it to a server, then may attempt to post pictures to your account.

Rock Band creator launches music-driven pet sim BeatNiks

Rock Band and Guitar Hero creator Harmonix taps the mobile market for its latest release, leveraging its experience in the rhythm genre for a new music-driven virtual pet simulation titled BeatNiks for iOS and Android devices.

Third-party websites are getting a lot of your personal data from your mobile apps

Here's an alarming statistic -- on average, the most popular iPhone and Android apps are sending your data to three different online services. That's probably three more than you were aware of.

Fallout 4’s Pip-Boy companion app out now for iOS and Android

Bethesda has released its free Fallout 4 companion app Fallout Pip-Boy via Google Play and the iTunes App Store, equipping survivors with an array of helpful tools for their journey through a post-apocalyptic Boston.

Google Maps adds spoken traffic alerts on iOS

In the newest update to the iOS app, Google Maps will now read out traffic alerts, giving you a summary of the traffic ahead and what to expect. This should give drivers a way to switch lanes or take an alternate route.

More than two-thirds of iOS devices users have upgraded to iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9.1 upgrade is gaining substantial traction among device users. According to the company, the adoption rate across iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch owners now stands at 66 percent.