When it comes to online streaming services, SoundCloud is one of the biggest, with 175 million monthly users, so it seemed logical that a subscription was coming at some point.
A password-stealing Instagram app that was pulled from the App Store last November has returned under new names. InstaAgent by Turker Bayram is now being offered as “Who Cares With Me – InstaDetector” and “InstaCare – Who Cares With Me” — both of which are just as malicious as the original.
The ICC T20 World Cup is upon us. And for the first time in 6 years it’s taking place in India. And as you’d expect, India, as well as the world is pretty excited about it. Facebook already has created filters for showing support for your favorite teams on your profile picture. No matter which country you’re supporting, you’re going to want to be in the loop, all the time. Here are the apps that will help you out.
Uber is one of the leading names when it comes to transportation these days, and now, due to popular demand, it’s expanding the way users can pay.
If you’re an avid podcast listener, there’s really only one client for you – Overcast. It’s got all the pro features you’d want, fine tuned to the level of nerdery you’d expect from the guy who created Instapaper. But the thing is, Overcast was never perfect and some of its quirks (especially with the UI) got on my nerves pretty bad. But with this update, things are a lot better.
Premium password manager OneSafe for iOS is now free (down from $4.99) for a limited time as Apple’s Free App of the Week. OneSafe lets you store sensitive documents, photos, credit card details, and more and protects them all with AES-256 encryption and Touch ID.
Earlier this week, an app called FlexBright had an update approved by the iOS App Store, which effectively let an app that adjusts the display’s temperature into the digital storefront.
Google Photos is one of the more viable options for cloud storage for photos and videos, and now it’s getting even better.