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Mobile

3D Touch and convenient live detour feature added to Google Maps on the iPhone

Google has updated the iOS version of Google Maps, adding the convenient detour feature launched on Android last year, along with support for 3D Touch shortcuts on the latest iPhone models.
Gaming

Dark Souls goes mobile with Slashy Souls for iOS, Android 0:30

Publisher Bandai Namco has released Slashy Souls, a free-to-play app for iOS and Android devices that repurposes elements from the Dark Souls series for a viciously difficult, side-scrolling action game.
Music

SoundCloud Pulse arrives for iOS users, puts stat tracking in the palms of their hands

After debuting SoundCloud Pulse for Android users in the fall of 2015, the Berlin-based company launched the iOS version of the app today. iOS users can now keep track of their SoundCloud stats on the go and much more.
Mobile

Skype for iOS gets native Microsoft Office support

You can now open and view Microsoft Office documents straight from a Skype conversation on iOS. If you don't have the relevant Office app installed, you'll be prompted to download it. The Android version of the app received the feature last…
Gaming

Classic puzzler Lumines returns this year on iOS and Android

Q Entertainment's classic block-dropping puzzler Lumines will return with a pair of mobile games launching worldwide later this year from developer Mobcast and producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi.
Mobile

Want to do your taxes while wading through traffic? Use these tax apps for Android and iOS

The deadline for filing your taxes steadily approaching. For those of you with active lifestyles, or an aversion to actual computers, we bring you 10 of our favorite tax apps. We've found Android and iPhone apps for estimating taxes…
Mobile

Start dating more efficiently with one of these 7 apps

Everyone knows online dating can be stressful, time-consuming, and downright awful. Check out our top picks for the best Android and iPhone dating apps to streamline the process and find the right date.
Gaming

The Binding of Isaac’s abused boy gets rejected by Apple

Despite critical appraise and a good amount of sales, the religiously based child abuse in The Binding of Isaac might be too much for Apple. The developer applied but got its game rejected by the tech giant.
Gaming

Nintendo’s first mobile app will debut in March, alongside a new user account system

Nintendo has revealed plans to launch a unified user account system across all of its gaming platforms, putting it on equal footing with Microsoft's Xbox Live and Sony's PlayStation Network services.
Computing

Apple’s latest patent could let you type without a keyboard

If this patent makes its way into Apple's production, it could mean new support for close proximity gestures on future iPhones, or even a virtual keyboard and touchpad for Apple devices.
Gaming

Assassin’s Creed Identity hits iOS this month 1:04

Assassin's Creed Identity, a mobile game originally "soft launched" in Australia and New Zealand in 2014, is finally reaching a wider audience. The game launches on February 25 for iOS.
Mobile

Google Chrome for iOS loses ‘Do Not Track’ feature

Google seems to have removed the 'Do Not Track' feature in Chrome for iOS -- but the issue stems from Apple's constraints in its WKWebView API for third-party browsers. Google said it will add the features again if Apple offers an update.