The App Store is hugely popular, but according to one report, Apple is going to have a banner year in 2011.
I’ve done quite a few stories rounfing up some of the best apps for occasions like Halloween and Thanksgiving, so I thought it was time to focus on one of my true loves — guitar.
Apple on Thursday released its list of top iPhone and iPad apps of 2010. There are some well-known names on the list, and a few surprises too.
Sir Richard Branson is one of the brightest entrepreneurs of our time and he is excited about the iPad.
Thanksgiving is just a couple of days away and many of us will be spending a long weekend with our families. No doubt there will be some great times, and definitely some great food.
If you thought gaming on the iPhone was good know, you should see what may be in the future from Apple. A new patent from the company details augmented reality iPhone multiplayer games.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs and the rest of Apple’s executive team learned something new today — the iPad is not mobile.
Apple has always had some of the best commercials on the market and have countless awards for their efforts, but the latest one really struct a “chord” with me.
Okay, they aren’t really all that spooky and scary, but you just knew that on an occasion like Halloween I’d be able to say, “there’s an app for that.”
James Thomson on Friday updated his iPhone and iPad app, PCalc, adding several new features and making some interface tweaks.
For some of us, news and information is one of the many things we do on the iPad. With that in mind, it was great to see Apple highlight some of the better apps in the News Stand section on … Continued
You don’t usually look to companies like ABC to release innovative new apps for the iPad, but today they did.
It’s funny, but I usually stay away from games that are based on movies because, like the first paragraph of this review says, they usually suck. I actually started reading the review thinking they were going to surprise me and … Continued
We all use the iPad for different things. Some play games, others are interested in books or Internet apps, but for a large number of users organizational applications will be a big draw. While not much information is available, it … Continued
Nodconcept on Tuesday released its newest app, bringing the popular Emoti iPhone app to the iPad.
The antitrust probe into Apple’s business practices in the U.S. started after Adobe complained to the government, according to reports published on Tuesday.
Apple’s decision to require developers to use its tools to program apps for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch could have it in hot water with federal regulators.
If an iPhoto Book isn’t quite what you were looking for on Mother’s Day, chances are you can find just what you are looking for on the App Store for Mom. Here are 20 apps categorized for the iPad and … Continued
Apple is on quite a buying spree this week. The company’s newest reported acquisition is mobile app assistant firm, Siri.
Google on Thursday said it would bring free turn-by-turn navigation to Apple’s iPhone. The revelation came during a press conference in the U.K. where the company announced the feature for Android phones.
Instead of just posting my top ten favorite apps, or only a list of apps that I like, I decided to break down the apps that I’ve tried into ones I liked, didn’t like, hated, and wondered where they were.
If you’re a developer working on an app for the iPad, you might want to pay particular attention to the name.
AOL on Saturday released an update for its AIM app on the iPad, fixing several nagging bugs.
One of the Mac industry’s long time developers, TLA Systems, has brought its RPN calculator, PCalc, to the iPad.
Memeo is bringing a reader version of its connect software to the iPad. The app has already been approved by Apple and will be available the day the iPad launches.
We already knew that Apple had started accepting iPad apps from developers, but today approved apps started showing up on the iPad App Store. It’s a good sign that shows Apple should be ready for next Saturday when the iPad … Continued
Apple on Friday notified developers that it has begun accepting apps designed for the iPad. Apple also confirmed for The Loop that the iPad App Store will launch on April 3.