Apple wants to make it easier than ever to donate organs by allowing fans to register as donors via their iPhone. With a new software update, users will be able to sign up through the Health app that is pre-installed on every device.
Tweetbot, one of the most popular Twitter clients for iOS and Mac, is currently available at a 50% discount on the App Store. The Twitter client is usually priced at $10, but thanks to the discount, you can grab it for $4.99 only. The discount is valid for both iOS and Mac versions of the app.
Warner Bros today released their latest game on the App Store based on the popular Star Wars franchise – LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Based on the latest movie from the Star Wars series, the game has LEGO twist added to it to make it more fun to play.
Procreate Pocket, the powerful image editing app for iPhone, is now available for free for a limited time through the Apple Store app. The app includes all the tools you need to create stunning images on the go, and it’s usually priced at $2.99.
Uber is taking credit for a drop in drunk driving in the U.S. and says it is working hard to make its drivers even safer. The company points to stats for Atlanta, which show DUI arrests have fallen 32 percent since Uber use has risen there.
Aren’t you bored of looking at still photo albums on Facebook? Now you can add life to your own with Facebook Slideshow, a new tool that makes awesome mini movies from your images and videos.
Cardiogram, the HealthKit-enabled iOS app that’s hoping to help fight heart disease, just got a big update that adds Apple Watch support, 3D Touch gestures, and more.
Apple has rolled out a big GarageBand update for Mac and iOS that “celebrates the rich history of Chinese music” by adding a whole bunch of traditional Chinese instruments, and Chinese language localization.
Surprising everyone, Google today released a keyboard for the iPhone dubbed Gboard. Compared to other third-party keyboards, Gboard allows one to quickly do a Google search right from within the keyboard itself. The relevant search results can then be shared in the conversation that you are having.
Truecaller, a worldwide number lookup service, today updated its iPhone app to add Caller ID functionality to it. The feature has been available on the Android version of the app for a few years now, but TrueCaller was unable to bring it to iOS due to the various restrictions placed by Apple. For now, it remains unclear how the company has finally managed to bring this feature to iOS since Apple does not provide any such APIs in iOS 9.