Calendars 5 from Readdle, one of the finest third-party calendar apps available on iOS, is currently free for a limited time — down from $6.99 — as Apple’s Free App of the Week. Here’s how you can get your hands on it.
Finding new videos on YouTube, considering the sheer amount of content that’s present on the platform, can be daunting.
HTC is one company that’s already put quite a bit of effort into virtual reality (VR), and for iPhone owners wanting to get in on the fun, the wait is over.
Apple has updated its official Apple Store app to add Peek and Pop gestures that allow you to preview products in a snap. Until now, the only 3D Touch gestures offered by the app were Quick Actions that let you jump into different sections from the home screen.
Facebook Messenger’s voice calling feature is no longer just for one-to-one conversations. Thanks to its latest update, the service now boasts the ability to make group calls from your iPhone, with support for up to 50 participants at one time.
Smile Software has announced changes to its new subscription model for TextExpander following backlash from its users. The company admits it “didn’t get some things right at the start,” but it has listened to feedback from its fans and implemented new plans.
A billion people across the planet use WhatsApp to communicate with their loved ones, friends, colleagues, and everyone in between. But while many of us use WhatsApp, most of us haven’t even scratched the surface of this simple looking, but immensely feature rich communication app.
We all need to hide something. It might be super important documents, account information you don’t want to share with anyone or maybe even those selfies. But the thing is, unlike Android, there’s no easy way to just plain hide photos, videos or documents on your iPhone. Of course, you can protect your entire iPhone using a passcode or via Touch ID. For some, this level of protection might be enough.
When Smile announced that their super useful, $45 text expansion utility TextExpander was switching to a subscription model, the internet (or at least my Twitter feed) did not take it well. And this is one of those few times when the outrage might not be entirely unwarranted. TextExpander now costs $4.95/month (Or $3.96/month if billed annually) and doesn’t add any new superbly useful features to make it worth paying $5 every month.