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. Here they are! Today we've got loads of games, an exciting new analog synthesizer app and the first Mac version of Shazam, the popular music discovery tool!
We're back with the latest and greatest iPhone and iPad apps that launched in the last month. There are some big-name games and surprising utilities to come out of the woodwork over the last 30 days. Whether you're looking for action games or strategy games, photography apps or business apps, July had a little bit of everything.
Sit back, boot up the App Store, and get downloading.
I've already shared my best Mac games of July 2014, so here are my picks for the best Mac apps of July. We've got a great presentation app, a super tool for users concerned with on-screen graphics elements (in app and web design, especially), an important update to a popular music app, and a terrific productivity app.
Looking for the best iPhone apps for managing your invoices? Whether you're a contractor or freelancer, one of the most important aspects of running a successful business is invoicing clients on time. Unfortunately, it's something that sometimes is easier said than done. It doesn't help that traditional invoice software can be cumbersome and difficult to use, and who wants to deal with that on a regular basis? Luckily the App Store is full of awesome apps that make the process a lot less painful. But which invoicing apps for iPhone deserve the title of best?
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. Here they are! Today we've got updates to popular apps like Skype and Kindle, new content for the lovable city building game Happy Street, a new version of the long-running Mac CD/DVD burning software Toast Titanium and much more!
UK carrier Three now has a Wi-Fi calling app for iOS. The app, called Three inTouch, lets Three subscribers place phone calls with their existing Three number over Wi-Fi, even if they don't have a cellular signal. And it's all done at no cost, regardless of whether you're on a contract or prepaid plan. There's just one problem… Wi-Fi calling will be built into iOS with the release of iOS 8 in just a few month's time.
Following up less than a week after it prematurely let the cat out of the bag, Instagram's new messaging service, named Bolt, is now available for users in some countries. It's what can basically be described as a Snapchat clone, where you sign in and quickly send pictures back and forth between friends.
Sports tracking app theScore has received a hefty update today, hitting version 4.3 with some major enhancements for baseball fans. These include better box scores, more detail, and better data visualization.