Obscura 2 is among the best camera apps for iPhone on the iOS App Store, and if you have been wary of trying it due to its $4.99 price tag, then you will be glad to know that you can download it for free. Apple has partnered with the team behind Obscura 2 and is offering the app as a free download from the App Store.
It has been ten years since Apple launched the App Store. Since then, the digital storefront has exploded in popularity and usefulness.
The latest report from Sensor Tower estimates that the iOS App Store raked in nearly double the money when compared to the Google Play Store in the first half of the year. While iOS users spent nearly $22.6 billion on the App Store in the first six months of 2018 which is nearly 1.9x times of what users spent on the Google Play Store.
It has been 10 years since Apple launched the App Store, and, since then, what started as a digital storefront that led to a lot of questions about native apps or web apps, eventually became the default for smartphones and other mobile devices.
The iOS App Store turns 10 today. When Apple had first launched the iPhone, there was no App Store and the company was heavily pushing its native apps and aggressively pushing developers to create web apps for the platform. A year later, things changed and the App Store was born, and the rest, as they say, is history.
It has been almost 10 years since Apple first launched the iOS App Store, and, since then, the digital storefront has made a huge impression.
Users on Older Versions of iOS, macOS, and tvOS Won’t Be Able to Update iTunes and App Store Payment Info After June 30
Apple is making a pivotal change to older versions of iOS, tvOS, and macOS wherein users will be unable to change the payment information on their devices. This move isn’t a result of a security breach, but merely a measure taken to ensure that customers switch over to newer versions of the respective operating system.
Some of the cases against Apple have been going on for many, many years. One of those is getting another boost today.
It isn’t a secret at this point that Apple has a focus on security for its users, and it extends now to how third-party apps access an individual user’s contacts database.