Finding good iOS games can take way too much time. Our resident gamer Joshua Smith luckily has you covered this July in this speedy rundown of the five latest favorites he's been playing. See gameplay, hear tips and so much more in this new episode of Game…
Nintendo's first officially licensed mobile game will premiere by the end of this year, with four additional titles expected to launch by April of 2017. All five will draw from different, extant Nintendo franchises.
New controls allow Facebook users to customize the composition of their news feeds. Set to debut on iOS first, they signal a reversal for the social network, which has historically favored behavioral algorithms to recommend content.
Rayman might have been absent from E3, but he'll be jumping his way onto iOS this fall in Rayman Adventures. The new game is in development at Ubisoft Montpellier, and will ditch the auto-running of previous mobile Rayman games.
Definitely targeting a niche group of cord cutters, A+E Networks has launched a streaming application that lets subscribers watch Lifetime movies that are related to the ongoing theme on the Lifetime channel.
Using a clever workaround, you can listen to one of Apple Music's most popular streams -- the radio station Beats 1 -- without an iOS device or iTunes. The exploit, based on a security hole in Apple Music, hasn't yet been patched.
The new PushBullet for mobile, desktop, and browsers places a big emphasis on sending and receiving messages. That's not all -- the clients now sport a cleaner, simpler UI and support for multiple files.
Google has updated Hangouts for iOS, introducing a Material Design-style new look, and a variety of new features. Version 4.0 of the app includes new photo sharing options, and the new experience will be coming to Android in the near future.
What won't people do for Game of Thrones? Not much, apparently, including downloading the HBO app from iTunes, even if it sets fans back $14.99. According to App Annie, the HBO iOS app is the most profitable in the market.