Let your Apple TV help you unwind after a long day or set the scene for a tranquil evening. Here are the best relaxation apps for Apple TV.
Want to keep apps and other sensitive parts safer? Try a new security-based jailbreak tweak called BioProtectX.
This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup includes a podcast magazine, a healthy food-finder, and a new type of read-it-later app. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
Work with multiple emails at once on your Mac with full-screen Mail split view. This tutorial shows you what it does and how to enable it if needed.
Adobe’s expected to launch a full version of Photoshop for iPad sometime next year. The move is being billed as part of a new strategy for the company.
A message in the stock Photos app on macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 reveals that Apple will stop offering its own photo-printing service by the end of September.
People with disabilities can now take advantage of Morse code typing in Google’s excellent Gboard keyboard for iOS complete with text-to-Morse suggestions.
You can easily customize the cards in your Contacts app on Mac so that you get just the information you need and want for those important people.
Astropad apps have been refreshed with support for their tiny adapter, now available to pre-order, which turns your iPad into a second display that doubles as a graphics tablet.
Although its release is still months away, Tropico for iPad is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated iOS games of 2018. Here are more details.