Epic Games today announced that it has removed the trio of Infinity Blade games from the iOS App Store. Additionally, the company has also removed all IAPs for existing players of the game.
TikTok, an app where one can create short Vine-like videos for the world to watch, was downloaded more times than Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube in the United States.
New Smart Firewall App by iPhone Jailbreaker Aims to Be like a Junk Email Filter for Your Web Traffic
Will Strafach a.k.a @Chronic, former iPhone jailbreaker and security researcher, is working on a mobile firewall app called Guardian Mobile Firewall which aims to prevent apps from secretly and silently stealing a user’s private data without their knowledge.
Fortnite for iOS continues its impressive run as it has managed to earn $300 million in revenue in just 200 days. For comparison, the game took 90 days to generate $100 million.
After initially launching on Android in April, Opera has launched the iOS version of Opera Touch. As the name suggests, the browser has been designed from the ground up for devices that solely rely on navigation gestures instead of a physical home button. It has also been optimized for one-hand use using various gestures.
AccuWeather, one of the most popular weather app for iOS and Android, has partnered with Foursquare to offer hyperlocal place recommendations. This will be made possible by Foursquare’s Pilgrim SDK
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.
Alto’s Odyssey, the sequel to the massively popular Alto’s Adventure game from 2015, has made its way to the iOS and tvOS App Store a day early ahead of its official release. The game was originally scheduled to be available from February 22nd, but its download link is already live.
Apple was forced to remove Skype from the iOS App Store in China to comply with the local laws in the country. The move was confirmed by Microsoft which said that Skype was “temporarily removed” from the App Store.