Even if you’re glued to news from CES 2015 this week, you should still have time to download some free paid iPhone and iPad apps, right? We’ve once again scoured the web to find you six more iPhone and iPad apps that would normally cost you $23 but are free to download right now for a limited time. Check them out below! More →
Let’s be honest: There’s a lot of useless garbage that gets announced at CES every year that we’ll never hear about again. Because of this, it’s good to sift through the endless streams of announcements to pick out the potential game-changing technologies that really could have an impact on our lives in the coming years. With this in mind, we’ve written up what we think are the three biggest game changers announced at CES 2015 so far. More →
There have been a dizzying number of iPhone and iPad accessories unveiled so far at CES 2015 but thankfully MacRumors has done an outstanding job of keeping track of all of them for us. For your enjoyment, we’ve posted our favorite iPhone and iPad accessories highlighted by MacRumors below so you’ll know which ones to keep your eyes out for in the coming weeks. More →
Is there any better way to kick off the new year with free iPhone and iPad apps? For your enjoyment, we’ve put together another list of 10 paid iOS apps that are now free to download for a limited time. Taken together, these apps would normally cost a total of $19 but they can be yours for free if you act right now. More →
The top-tier Android phones — think the Galaxy Note 4, HTC One (M8), LG G3 and Moto X — are all fantastic devices. Once you get past the big names and into some of the lower-tier phones, however, things can get very dicey. Reddit’s Android community recently weighed in on the worst Android phones that they’ve ever used and we’ve posted the results below as determined by how many up-votes each phone got. More →
One of my relatives got me a gift for Christmas that might be the single crappiest gadget I have ever used. I am not exaggerating: The device in question claims to do three different things and it does all of them horribly.
You can never get enough free iPhone apps, which is why we’ve tracked down six more paid iPhone apps that are completely free right now for a limited time. Normally these apps would cost you around $22 total but for a short time you’ll be able to get them free of charge. So if you’re in the mood to get some fantastic applications for literally nothing in return, check out our full list below! More →
Black Friday doesn’t just offer awesome deals on hardware, as you can get some amazing bargains on software as well. iPhone Tricks has done a nice job of rounding up some of the best Black Friday smartphone app deals you can get this year and we’ve picked out eight apps that are now free for a limited time right now and represent total savings of around $34. More →
Google is trying to get the newest Android software pushed out to more devices faster than ever before, although it could still be a while before your device can get Android 5.0 Lollipop over the air. For those anxious to know when they’ll get Lollipop and its gorgeous Material Design on their phones, we’ve published a quick outline for how and when different vendors will be pushing out the update. More →
September was like Christmas for Apple fans, as the company released both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus while also revealing the Apple Watch for the first time. October promises to be just as good for a month for Android fans, as they’ll get to use the highly anticipated Android L for the first time and they’ll be able to buy a ton of new high-end devices. Below we’ve listed all of the terrific goodies that Android fans can expect to get in what looks to be a killer month ahead. More →
Although there’s been a lot of coverage this week on whether or not the iPhone 6 Plus bends too much, we should recall that this isn’t the first time Apple has been hit with a “scandal” after the launch of a new flagship device. In fact, the last three non-“S” iterations of the iPhone — the iPhone 4, the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 6 — all drew scrutiny for flaws that generated a firestorm of media attention. More →
For the past couple of months, every time a new recorded phone call surfaced showing Comcast delivering poor customer service, the company’s response has been pretty much the same: We apologize to the customer for this poor experience and this is not representative of our customer service as a whole. However, once you get enough examples of this kind of service, it’s clear that this is actually representative of what Comcast customers often experience when they try to get their problems solved. And it just so happens that a reader has sent us a recording of yet another bad Comcast customer service experience, which we have uploaded onto SoundCloud for your listening displeasure.
This past summer was not an exciting time for new smartphones by any stretch of the imagination but September is already promising to make up for it in a big way. Over the next week alone, we’re going to get our first official looks at Apple’s iPhone 6, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 and Motorola’s Moto X+1, each of which by itself would be the most significant smartphone launch since the unveiling of the LG G3 all the way back in May. To help you keep track of all these new devices, we’ve put together a quick overview of everything we know and everything we think we know about the iPhone 6, Galaxy Note 4 and Moto X+1. More →