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.
5 years after the launch of the massively popular Asphalt 8, Gameloft has released a new game in the series: Asphalt 9. The game was soft-launched over three months ago to a close group of beta testers for feedback purposes.
Fortnite continues its impressive run on iOS as it has managed to surpass $100 million in user spending in three months since being available on the App Store. The $100 million mark comes after the game had surpassed $50 million in revenue in just 45 days.
Apple today released an update for the official Apple Support app for iOS, which brings the app to even more countries across the globe.
Last year, Microsoft announced that it was axing its Groove streaming music service, effectively removing one alternative to Spotify and Apple Music from the market.
Have you procrastinated on starting a task because you think it is too daunting as it is going to take a long time? Don’t worry I have been on that boat. But let me tell you about an easy technique and an iPhone app that will finally help in tackling the problem.
Back in July of last year, DirecTV was talking about a cloud DVR functionality that the company would be bringing to its streaming service, DirecTV Now, at some point in the future.
Sharing an Instagram filter selfie is so 2012. It’s 2018 and what you want is a 3D, preferably animated effect that changes as you move your face. Out with the boring pout faced filtered selfie. In with the rainbow-from-your-open-mouth effect. Snapchat was one of the first apps to popularize face filters but now there’s a whole cottage industry that specializes in turning your plain old face into anything that you can imagine. Want to put on cat whiskers? Sure. And that’s just the beginning.
Despite being available for a limited number of iPhone and iPad users on an invite-only basis, ‘Fortnite’ has already topped the chart on the App Store in over 40 countries. And now, as per data from Sensor Tower, the game has generated over $1.5 million worldwide within days of its release.