One of the biggest gripes that most iOS and OS X app developers have had with the App Store is the slow app review time from Apple. Until last year, the App Store review team over at Apple took on an average more than 4 days to approve or reject an app.
Calendars 5 from Readdle, one of the finest third-party calendar apps available on iOS, is currently free for a limited time — down from $6.99 — as Apple’s Free App of the Week. Here’s how you can get your hands on it.
Get your game on this weekend with one of the most lovable puzzle games on iOS without paying a penny. Apple has made Cut the Rope: Time Travel, which is usually priced at $0.99, its Free App of the Week.
Reddit has today introduced its official app for iPhone, giving fans the ability to browse their favorite subreddits without relying on third-party alternatives. It’s totally free to download, and those who grab it during launch week will get free Reddit gold.
Day One 2.0, a popular journaling app for iOS, is currently available as a free download through the Apple Store app. The app is listed at $4.99 on the iOS App Store.
A password-stealing Instagram app that was pulled from the App Store last November has returned under new names. InstaAgent by Turker Bayram is now being offered as “Who Cares With Me – InstaDetector” and “InstaCare – Who Cares With Me” — both of which are just as malicious as the original.
Premium password manager OneSafe for iOS is now free (down from $4.99) for a limited time as Apple’s Free App of the Week. OneSafe lets you store sensitive documents, photos, credit card details, and more and protects them all with AES-256 encryption and Touch ID.
In December of last year, Apple shifted some executives around, with Phil Schiller taking over the overwatch role to all the App Stores.