Yahoo has launched a new Video Guide app that is designed to make it easy for you to find your favorite movies and TV shows no matter which service they’re showing on. The company has also added Gmail support to Yahoo Mail, so you can bring all your inboxes together in one place.
Yahoo introduces new Video Guide app for universal search across streaming services, adds Gmail support to Yahoo Mail
Yahoo Messenger was one of the more popular messaging apps back in the day, but has since fallen by the wayside as other, more popular options raked in the limelight.
Weather apps are a dime-a-dozen, but Yahoo!’s offering has always managed to stand out. Now, some new alerts might make it even more worthwhile to users.
Recently, rumors surfaced that Yahoo was building its own messaging application that would launch for mobile devices at some point in the future.
On Thursday, June 4, Yahoo announced that it would be dropping support for contact syncing and mail on some older Apple-branded devices.
Ever wondered why Apple’s stock Weather app in iOS 7 and above looks so much like the Yahoo Weather app? It’s not just a coincidence. According to a new book about Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, Apple designer Jony Ive copied the app because he was “tormented” by its beauty.
On Thursday, January 29, Yahoo sent out an update for its official app on the iPhone to bring a bit more interactivity to the fore.
Yahoo today updated its Mail app for iOS to add the ability to track your shipped packages from Amazon, eBay, Target, Best Buy and others right from the Yahoo Today screen. For now, the feature is only available to Yahoo Mail users in the United States.
Yahoo! Weather has become one of the more popular weather apps on the App Store, and with its latest update users will get an even better way to see what’s happening outside without actually going outside.
The Wall Street Journal on Friday reports that Yahoo plans to reinvest a portion of the earnings it made from an early investment in Alibaba in the fast-growing startup Snapchat. The ephemeral app allows iOS and Android users to send photos and videos to others that only last for a matter of seconds before permanently disappearing.