Hurricane tracking apps are must-have tools if you live or plan to visit areas where the annual Atlantic hurricane season takes place from June 1 through Nov. 30. These useful tracking apps can help you stay safe even when bad weather hits.
In this article, you’ll learn how to remove duplicate photos from your iPhone library. In doing so, you’ll remove the clutter and save space.
Clips 2.0.4 for iPhone and iPad packs in all-new soccer graphics ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, including an animated sticker, a label and poster with customizable text.
The powerful Spark email client just changed the way teams use email, get things done and communicate with collaborative features like creating email together and such perks as discussing email privately, creating a link to an email message and more.
Save time and energy with these three Spark email features. They’re simple to set up, easy to use, and help you work faster.
A completely rebuilt app, Procreate Pocket 2 now uses the Silica-M engine that uses Apple’s Metal framework like the iPad edition of the app, has multi-threaded support and more.
Following the temporary removal of Skype for iOS from Chinese App Store last year, Beijing now wants the Cupertino tech giant to remove all apps that use its CallKit framework.
How many apps do you have installed on your iPhone or iPad? How many of those apps are being used on a regular basis? Here’s how to find out the last time you used an app and why it’s important to know this information.
This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features an auto-translating chat app, AI software that can help you decide where to eat and an educational app that uses AR to help demonstrate complex topics. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
A group of developers who are unhappy with App Store has issued an open letter to Apple demanding that the Cupertino tech giant allow free trials for all apps and a better revenue split.