Back in July, Nintendo officially launched the Switch Online app, which, among other things, made it possible for players on the online network to talk to one another while playing multiplayer in Splatoon 2.
Unlike the iPhone, the iPad doesn’t come with a calculator app preinstalled. Which is a shame. But you’ll find many third party apps on the App Store that fill the void. Just like any category on the App Store, only a few of them are worth your time. We’ve found the best calculator apps for the iPad.
Readdle is a popular development house, which has put together a number of well-received apps, including the email client Spark.
In October of last year, the popular iOS (and Mac) app, Dash, was pulled from the digital storefront following reports of “review manipulation” by Apple.
Today, Apple launched its newest app: Clips. It’s a quick video editing and sharing app, and the reviews are in.
For the folks out there who have had the Google Calendar app installed on their iPhone for quite some time, but have been waiting impatiently for an iPad version, the wait is finally over.
Google has decided to update its Gmail app for iOS, which is designed for both iPhone and iPad.
LastPass is now giving users multi-device access totally free of charge. Starting today, you can use the LastPass app anywhere, on any device, and all your data will be synced between them. Any changes you make will automatically be updated everywhere.
Earlier this year, at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the company officially unveiled Swift Playgrounds, a means to help kids learn how to code right on the iPad.