iOS

Apple detox: How to switch from iOS to Android without missing a beat

If you've decided to bridge the great tech divide and leave Apple's walled garden for the unknown shores of Android, then you'll find all the tips and advice you need to help you settle in right here.

Mobile

Join the Apple club with our complete guide to switching from Android to iOS

If Android simply isn’t cutting it for you anymore, then you might be considering Apple’s warm embrace. Here’s how to make the switch from Android to iOS without losing any contacts, sleep, or hair!

Mobile

How to back up photos and videos to Google Photos

Is your smartphone packed to the brim with photos and videos? Here's how to ease the load and back up your Android or iOS smartphone to Google Photos.

Photography

Google links iOS users directly to third-party apps from search and adds auto answer

Google has added new functionality to both its Google App and Chrome App search results. Users will begin to see integration of third-party iOS apps in Chrome results, as well as auto-answer search queries.

Mobile

Apple may finally launch bus and subway directions with iOS 9

Apple's long-in-development Transit feature may finally launch with the newest version of iOS. It's expected to be unveiled at WWDC in June, along with other mapping projects.

Mobile

Is Apple Watch’s San Francisco font heading for iOS and OS X?

In an effort to bring a single, easy-to-read font to all of its operating systems, Apple is reportedly preparing to take its custom-designed San Francisco typeface – already seen on the Apple Watch – to both iOS and OS X.

Computing

InAiR TV brings augmented reality-like experience to TV, and you’re the remote control

SeeSpace's new InAiR TV plug-in device is like Minority Report in your living room, grabbing content from the Internet to augment what you're watching on the big screen, which you can control through gestures.

Home Theater

Tweets fly back into Google search results after four years of exile

Google announced a partnership with Twitter that'll see real-time tweets added to search results. The move represents a reversal of the search giant's previous stance, which saw tweets removed in 2011.

Mobile

The Apple Watch is too easy to steal and reset as a new device

The Apple watch is far to easy to steal, and doesn't follow the trend of modern gadget security. Apple's newest gadget does not have an activation lock in its current 1.0 operating system.

Wearables

UltraPop’s trippy new filters take your pictures to the next level

Ever want to give your photos that psychedelic look? UltraLab has an app for that -- UltraPop 2.0, which has been released on the App Store and can be used on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

Photography

Facebook rolls out Instant Articles, a bid to make its app a one-stop shop for news

Facebook has introduced Instant Articles, a feature that provides faster access to news stories from popular media organizations. The user benefit is obvious, but it poses a potential risk for publishers.

Social Media

Mortal Kombat X: Console vs. iOS

For years the Mortal Kombat video-game series delivered brutal punches and ironically lighthearted gameplay. When the franchise returned this year to Playstation 4 and Xbox One consoles, the developers also released an iOS mobile version. In this episode…

Gaming

Apple converts many Android users to iOS with larger iPhones in Europe and China

New data tells us that in the first quarter of 2015 just around a third of new iPhone sales in the European market came from ex-Android users. This could be painting a positive pattern for iOS overseas.

Mobile

Non-wedding-centric apps and sites that can help plan your wedding

No one ever said planning a wedding would be easy. Believe it or not, though, most of what you need likely already lines the app collection on your smartphone. Check out some our favorites, whether you need to send out invitations or find an appropriate venue.

Mobile

Amazon updates Prime Instant Video for iOS to stream in high definition, no Wi-Fi required

Amazon's finally updated the Amazon Instant Video client on iOS to support high-definition and mobile streaming. It comes a few weeks after the online retailer launched an app for Android tablets.

Mobile