Apple's upcoming iOS 11, which the company is expected to announce in June, could end support for more than 187,000 apps because of a reported mandatory switch to 64-bit apps and games on the App Store.
Apple has begun sending notices out to developers warning them about using third-party services for app updates. What does that mean? Apps will now only update through the App Store -- which could help make apps safer.
While games continue to account for more than 80 percent of sales on the App Store, the entertainment category observed a year-over-year increase of 130 percent, according to the latest data from analytics firm Sensor Tower.
Tinder recently acquired Wheel, a collaborative video messaging app which allows users to add videos to other users threads around a common theme. Tinder said it plans to add video features to the popular dating app in the future.
Apple has reported that it made a massive $240 million in sales on New Years Day alone, smashing previous records. The company also reported sales for last year, reporting $20 billion in App Store sales -- up 40 percent from the year…
Apple has begun its massive purge of apps from the App Store. In fact, the company removed a hefty 47,300 apps during the month of October, representing a huge 238 percent increase compared to previous months this year.
Blurb simplifies the normal photo book design process by providing a streamlined set of options. Users can choose from two square sizes and one paper type, but it only takes a couple of minutes to design a high-quality, 20-page photo book.
iPhone and iPad users are about to see sponsored results with their App Store searches. Starting October 5, developers can pay to have their apps appear higher in search results – a system Google's Play Store adopted just over a year ago.
Apple is about to make a few big changes to the App Store that are designed to make the store a little easier to navigate. What changes? Apple will soon delete outdated apps from the App Store, and is limiting app titles to 50 characters.
The old adage that there’s an app for that is certainly getting more true every day. Sensor Tower, an app intelligence firm, is predicting that by 2020 the Apple App Store will boast over 5 million apps, more than doubling its size in…