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.
iOS 11 is the final nail in the 32-bit coffin. iOS 11 just won’t run any 32-bit apps on iPhone and iPad. For most of us, this shouldn’t be a big problem. Apple has been taking steps toward this move for two years now and all the major apps are already updated for a 64-bit system. But of course, are are some outliers.
Private Internet Access is one of the most popular VPN services available. It will help you mask your IP address, encrypt all of your traffic and will unblock websites in your region. How exactly does it work? How much does it cost and just how good is it? Find out in our review below.
Sarahah is currently leading the App Store charts in a handful of countries. But you might be wondering, what exactly is this app and how did it break into the coveted Top 10 list? Sarahah is a new anonymous messaging app from Saudi Arabia and this is everything you need to know about it.
iOS has supported third-party keyboards for a bit of time now, and one of the more popular ones comes from Google.
No matter if you think they’re a toy, a fad or something that actually helps you deal with anxiety, there’s no denying that fidget spinners are all the rage right now. And it’s natural for the real world to bleed into our screens. Thanks to a plethora of new apps, you can now spin the fidget spinner on your iPhone’s screen. Here are the best fidget spinner apps and games.
Randy Nelson writing for the Sensor Tower blog reports that the size of the top iPhone apps has increased by whopping 1,000 percent in four years. That’s an alarming trend.
iOS 11 is packed with tons of amazing new features and major improvements, ranging from a redesigned Control Center and App Store to an all-new native screen recorder. While these new features and changes are exciting, some of them have been available to jailbreak users for a long time.
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.
Near the end of March of this year, Apple officially acquired the popular automation app for iPhone, Workflow.