iOS 11 renders 32-bit apps obsolete. Before you upgrade, make sure your most-used apps make the cut.
Monument Valley is back, and by adding more narrative to its beautiful levels and sweet soundtrack, it's better than ever.
Apple plans a redesign for the App Store in iOS 11, which should make it easier to find good apps and games while minimizing mind-numbing lists.
Is Apple giving the iPhone a real file system app? That's what reports suggest after an App Store page went up early.
Instead of monitoring everything your kids do online, the Xooloo parental control app is more concerned about whether they're spending too much time in any one app.
Meitu, a viral selfie app from China, collects more data than it needs and phones home, making it the perfect conduit for advertising data.
Apple has officially launched its Apple Support app, and it offers easy access to help and good tips.
You can't buy Super Mario Run until next week, but you can play a demo if you dash to your nearest Apple store.
Today Netflix announced a new feature that allows users to save TV show episodes and films for offline viewing in its iOS and Android apps.
If you’re planning on downloading Super Mario Run to your iPhone or iPad, your wait will soon be over. Nintendo says its widely anticipated iOS game Super Mario Run will be coming to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on December 15. The game will be avai
There's a nasty autodialing flaw in the iOS Twitter and LinkedIn apps that could let hackers make calls from your iPhone.
Facebook may soon let third parties send you ads via Messenger, and the default setting assumes your passive consent.
Fake iOS shopping apps imitate real brands to serve ads or scrape personal information. Many are riddled with typos that give them away.
Appealing to younger users, Apple is developing a video-recording app similar to Snapchat that enables fast editing and sharing.
Too Good To Go connects you with local restaurants that are tossing end-of-day food for a super low price.
The new social-media app Candid lets people post anonymously, but it still has work to do to avoid the kind of offensive posts you'd find on other social networks.
Two groups of amateur hackers claimed responsibility for Pokémon Go server outages, but there's no way to prove either were being truthful.
A patent filed by Snapchat implies a future where the app will scan photos and use geolocation to serve relevant ads.
Apple iPhone users may unknowingly grant complete access to their Google Accounts to Pokemon Go and its developer Niantic.
Apple's new CareKit technology makes it easy for patients and doctors to communicate and track medical conditions. Here are the CareKit-enabled apps you get now.
Apple has pulled potentially malicious apps from the App Store. Here's what happened, and what you need to know.
KwiltKeys, a keyboard app for iOS, hooks into social networks and photo-storage services to more easily share photos from your phone.
The new free Spark app makes emailing easier. Users can organize, share, and save their emails quicker than before.
You could soon be creeping on your coworkers via your company's own Facebook network, thanks to the new Facebook at Work app.
Voice recognition developer Otosense has created their own mobile app that will help deaf people recognize various alarms and sounds
Cryptocat, an encrypted instant-messaging service for Web browsers and Mac OS X, can now be installed on iOS devices.
WhatsApp is on the up and up, recently bought by Facebook for a whopping $19 billion. But the app has had more than its share of security and privacy issues in the past few years too.
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