Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Today we've got updates to a popular calendar app, an instant messaging client and a network speed testing app. Let's take a look!
Pioneer Electronics is looking into bringing Apple's CarPlay to its line of aftermarket car infotainment and navigation systems. While CarPlay has currently only been announced to work as a built-in system from manufacturers like Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, and Volvo, the emergence aftermarket units would not be surprising.
If you look through the Camera Roll of your iPhone or iPad, I'd be willing to be that the most common subjects are people. From taking photos of our children to snapping shots of our loved ones at social events. Hey, even selfies count! This week that's your task. Take a great portrait shot either of yourself or of someone else! That's all there is to it!
The contest begins today and ends Tuesday, March 18th at 10 p.m. Eastern time. Good luck!
iTunes Radio is a great way to discover new music. So what if you stumble across a song you like so much you want to own it and keep it forever? Easy. With just a few taps you can buy it instantly from iTunes!
Apple has altered its iPhone return policy, shortening the return period for devices from 30 days to 14. Nothing else with the policy has changed, and devices returned to Apple must still be undamaged and contain all included accessories.
Writing Aid is a new dictionary and reference app for iPhone that's a little more flexible than your average dictionary. Aside from normal dictionary behavior, Writing Aid can also help you figure out words based on key words.
CloudMagic, a third party email app for iPhone and iPad just added several new features including the ability to send cards and notes directly to services such as Trello, Evernote, Pocket, ZenDesk, and more.
The Flex by Fitbit is a fitness tracker that lets you monitor your steps, distance, calories, and even food intake. It's lightweight, versatile, and can be swapped out for many different colors on the cheap. As trendy as it may be, how good is it at actually making you aware of your activity? That's what we're going to attempt to find out...
Microsoft plans to release a Mac version of its OneNote software later this month. What's more, the software is going to be available for free, according to a new report. Microsoft appears to be aiming directly at Evernote and a host of other note-taking and note-organization tools already on the Mac.