Apple is going all-in with health features in its mobile products, especially with the Apple Watch. But Google isn’t giving up on that market anytime soon. The company has its own effort, Google Fit, and it’s just been made available for iOS devices.
In October of 2017, the developers behind the mega-popular calendar app, Fantastical, launched a new app called “Cardhop”.
If you’ve just bought the brand new iPad Air or the iPad mini 5, the first thing you’ll want to do is load it up with apps. The new iPads have the best qualities of both the standard iPad and the iPad Pro (both support the Apple Pencil). That makes them a great machine for both content consumption and content creation. So we’ve gathered up the best iPad apps that will let you enjoy content in the best possible way, and also enable you to be productive on the go. Check out our list of the best apps for 2019 iPad Air and iPad mini 5.
Back in December of last year, Microsoft teased an incoming design change for Outlook for iOS. At the time, unfortunately, it was only available for beta testers.
If you love sharing GIFs, then Giphy would like to be your go-to source for not only accomplishing that, but also creating your own moving stickers.
If you are an avid user of the Netflix app on iOS, then today’s update for the app may be a welcomed one.
“Journey Sharing” is a feature that the Google Maps team rolled out for Android users last year, which allows for folks to share their real-time location with those they approve.
For fans of the third-party Twitter client Tweetbot, the developer behind the app has just issued a software update that adds quite a bit of new to the mix.
CloudMagic has offered the Newton Mail app for iOS, macOS, Android, and Windows for several years now, but it looks like the service’s final sunset is coming up soon.
Last week, Telegram, one of the more popular messaging apps out there, was suddenly and unceremoniously pulled from the App Store.