Microsoft’s Word Flow keyboard for iPhone is stepping up its fight against Google Gboard by adding built-in Bing search. You can use it to find GIFs, images, emoji, contacts, and lots more — all of which can then be sent without leaving the keyboard.
Reading Twitter via the official app at night can be a bit tough, thanks to the fact it hasn’t featured a “Night Mode.”
Duo, the new video calling app from Google, is now available on iOS following its initial unveiling at Google I/O back in June. The app promises to provide simple 1-to-1 video calling without the headaches that come with rival services.
Word on the street has been that Apple was gearing up to launch a brand new iOS Apple Store app, with a few key changes in place. And sure enough, that’s what has happened.
Dropbox has been one of the go-to platforms for professionals of all types for quite some time, and now those who need to edit documents together in real time can do so with Dropbox Paper.
Bertrand Serlet, former senior vice president of software engineering at Apple, has launched a new iCloud rival called Upthere Home. The service allows users to send all their digital files to the cloud to save local storage space, then makes them accessible anywhere.
With the 2016 Rio Olympics lurking around the corner, we thought we would help you during this time by listing the best apps that you can have on your iPhone for the upcoming games. Whether you are in Rio or at home on your couch, these apps will help make the most out of the Olympics and ensure you don’t miss out on much of the action.
Some of the most popular camera apps out there offer a ton of settings for taking the picture-perfect photo, but Microsoft has decided to go another way.
Accessibility is important to Apple as a whole, the aim being to get more people to use technology, and the ability to use devices and apps despite any impairments.
The massively popular Pokémon GO from Niantic Labs, the Pokémon Company, and Nintendo has seen a gradual rollout across the globe.