Game developers, take note. 2D Boy has posted a detailed postmortem of its release of World of Goo on the iPad. The developers revealed some eye-opening information – the game has outsold any other platform release, including Steam and WiiWare, … Continued
The iPhone and iPad can be used for any number of things, now including for the Roman Catholic confession.
It’s Super Bowl time!
Apple on Tuesday responded to reports that it has changed its policies regarding in-app purchases from the App Store.
Apple on Tuesday made a move to further tighten its control over the App Store.
Fans of the Black Eyed Peas are going to love the new iPhone and iPad app that was released today.
It’s been quite a ride for Apple’s App Store. The company on Saturday announced that it had reached 10 billion downloads.
Microsoft on Tuesday will release its first Office app for the iPhone — OneNote.
An iPhone app, called Coverage, on the App Store will show users in the U.S. the difference in coverage from a variety of carriers.
Apple pulled the popular VLC media player from its App Store because of a dispute over licensing issues.
As soon as I heard about the iPhone alarm issue, I knew someone would say they lost their job due to the iPhone. Well, it happened.
The App Store is hugely popular, but according to one report, Apple is going to have a banner year in 2011.
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.
Second Gear Software on Wednesday released an update for Shareables, its URL shortening and sharing app for the iPhone.
Thanksgiving travel has begun and if you’re flying, you are no doubt aware of the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) enhanced screening process. Now there’s an iPhone app to help you answer some questions.
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.
Google on Tuesday released Google Voice for iPhone, which should end the longstanding battle between the two companies over the app.
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.
Sophiestication Software is making its tip calculation software for iPhone, Tipulator, free on Friday for anyone who wants to download it.
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.”
IK Multimedia on Thursday released AmpliTube 2 for iPhone, the newest version of the companies amp and effects software for iPhone users.
SuperMegaUltraGroovy has some great news for musicians — the company’s Capo app is now available on the iPhone and iPod touch.
You could install apps on a portable device for years, but it never really took off until Apple opened the App Store for the iPhone. Now, according to a new study, 35 percent of US adults have apps on their … Continued
There are a lot of great apps for the iPhone, but to experience the ultimate in cool apps you have to look for those built to utilize the newest technologies in the iPhone 4. Apple included a built-in three-axis gyroscope, … Continued
Customers of Citigroup may want to update their iPhone banking app as soon as possible. The bank on Monday warned the app had a security flaw and needs updating.
Apple rejected apps in the past and after looking at some of them, I can see their point. Apple has rules and they have the right to accept or reject whatever they want. However, on Friday Apple rejected a movie … Continued
Apple on Tuesday released a new app for its users built specifically for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Like many people on Wednesday, I downloaded the new free Twitter for iPhone app as soon as it was released. I’ve already made my decision, I’m sticking with Twitterrific.
IK Multimedia is bringing the guitar to the iPhone. The maker of amp and effects modeling software, AmpliTube, on Thursday said it would bring the software to the iPhone with a hardware interface, called iRig.
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.