Apple’s now offering a $50 credit to any customer who paid for an out-of-warranty battery replacement for an iPhone 6 or later between Jan. 1, 2017 and Dec. 28, 2017. The credit is an extension of the company’s previously announced $29 battery replacement program, which launched last December.
Google Photos for iPhone and iPad will soon let you mark a photo as your favorite. Plus, as a cool bonus, you’ll be able to give some love to shared images by “hearting” them.
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.
Instagram will soon prompt you a mid-feed alert to inform you that you’ve seen all new post from the past 48 hours. Instagram is currently testing this feature with a small number of users ahead of a wider roll-out.
Instagram lets you personalize your experience to what matters to you the most by making it easy and simple to hide someone’s posts, Stories or both in your feed—without unfollowing their account. Here’s how to do just that.
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.
Do you need to keep track of your time for work, school, or personal reasons? Here are the best time tracking apps for iPhone.
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.
This roundup encompasses every jailbreak tweak release in Cydia from May 14th to May 20th.
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.