Nearly a year ago, the App Store crossed 1 million approved apps, but out of them only 700k apps were live. Today, the App Store has reached a million live iPhone and iPad apps.
It’s been a long time coming, but it appears that Apple may have finally inked a deal that’ll bring the iPhone to China Mobile. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Â iPhone will go on sale starting December 18 with the Chinese carrier. This news is not surprising as it has been rumored for months. The final hint was the report that a China Mobile subsidiary recently started accepting pre-orders for the Apple-branded iPhone 5s and 5c.
RealMac, the developers of Clear, the popular to-do app have just released a new iOS app called Ember, a digital scrapbook.
While apps like iPhoto help you to store your photo memories, Ember wants to be your go-to app forÂ visual collection of anything and everything else. It allows you to collect images, webpages, and screenshots.
It’s Thanksgiving, which means most Americans will be stuffing themselves with turkey, watching football and waiting for Black Friday to come around. In case you live in a cave, Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the holiday season with doorbuster deals that’ll knock your socks off. We have scoured the App Store for apps that’llÂ help you save as much money as possible in the upcoming month.
Reeder, one of the popular RSS reader and client for Feedbin, Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Fever, and ReadabilityÂ will receive a major update shortly.
Dropbox released a major update for its app for iPhone and iPad yesterday.
Dropbox 3.0 sports an all-new design for iOS 7, with a more streamlined experience for the iPad. It also includes new features such as the ability to share links and files via AirDrop and also seamlessly upload videos to your library.