Smile Software has announced changes to its new subscription model for TextExpander following backlash from its users. The company admits it “didn’t get some things right at the start,” but it has listened to feedback from its fans and implemented new plans.
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.
Flyers who use KLM can now receive their boarding pass, check-in reminders, flight status updates and more inside Facebook Messenger. The airline is also offering customer support through the popular chat service, making it easier to get answers to your queries.
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.
A new discovery by Palo Alto Networks indicates that there is a new iOS-based trojan in the wilds of China.
Waze ‘Planned Drives’ will let you know when to leave for a meeting based on real-time traffic conditions
Waze for iOS is receiving an update today that introduces a new feature called Planned Drives. The team behind Waze says that this feature will help in taking out the stress of planning for an appointment or meeting, be it today or a few weeks later.
Apple has published its guidelines for News app ads that will soon start appearing in content feeds alongside articles from your favorite sources. There are six different banners advertisers can choose from plus a pre-roll video option.
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.