News and Articles About iPhone apps
Calendar apps are the compasses of our busy lives, so choose wisely. Here's the smart one Young Entrepreneur Council founder Scott Gerber swears by.
If you want to increase your chances of gaining users and having a better store ranking, implement these tricks now.
All activity on the job search app will be private making it easier to search for a new job while at your current one.
This year's winners range from an experimental literary puzzle game all the way to editing software that lets you create living photographs.
Vhotos proprietary technology automatically finds amazing photos hidden inside your videos.
Apple has filed a patent for 'transparent texting.'
From changes to buttons and fonts to the introduction of CarPlay, here are the stand-out changes coming with iOS 7.1.
The just-launched Rooster app, inspired by episodic television, aims to boost fiction readership by parsing out books in convenient and immersive installments.
Youll never have to look down at your iPhone again while driving because your car will be an iPhone on wheels.
Take this quiz: Can you spot the a tech myth from the tech fact?
Joaquin Phoenix stars in a movie about a man who falls in love with an operating system that has an oh-so-tantalizing voice.
The Mosaic app allows users to sync multiple iPhones or iPads to create one giant screen on which to share files or view photos and video.
Fanatic connects geographically dispersed die-hards of college and pro sports teams.
Whether you're a dead-to-the-world sleeper or just prefer to start your mornings with an innovative twist, these third-party smartphone alarm apps will get you going.
Start-up Magisto makes video editing a cinch.
The bug makes messages appear to send when they actually have not.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
Stuff the stock apps in a folder, and supercharge your iPhone with these more useful replacements.
Artiphon's Instrument 1 is like an entire orchestra all in one smartphone-powered gadget.
Chad Hurley and Steve Chen unveil their newest video creation, an app that allows users to edit video on their smartphones.
The tech giant acquires the Toronto-based data-mapping startup in an apparent effort to beef up its Maps app.
A step-by-step look at how IFTTT allows you to connect web services and apps that normally don't work together.
A rundown of the features you might have been waiting for, but don't know exist yet.
A collection of screenshots of the newly redesigned mobile operating system.
Power users will want to take advantage of these useful features.