It looks like there finally might be some warmer weather on its way to the Northeast, and we’re celebrating by sharing a great list of paid iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale for free right now. Ok, we would share a list of paid iOS apps on sale today regardless of what the weather in the New York area looked like for the rest of the week, but we’re just really excited right now…
This amazing 1-inch cube fits on your keychain and may be the only smartphone accessory you’ll ever need
No matter what platform you use, you probably still have some major complaints about your smartphone, with battery life and storage being the most prominent ones. However, there’s one tiny device called WonderCube that’s trying to fix your phone’s battery and memory problems while also helping out with other things while you’re on the go. More →
With the Galaxy S6, it appears that Samsung has finally started to incorporate long-held iPhone features that Samsung used to just love to make fun of Apple for. Now we’re not talking about the striking aesthetic similarities between the S6 and the iPhone 6, nor are we talking about how the Galaxy S6 fingerprint set-up process looks eerily familiar to Apple’s.
No, today we’re talking about intrinsic design choices Samsung made with the S6 that essentially amount to it reversing course and conceding that the Apple’s design choices with the iPhone were the way to go all along. More →
What better way to start a week than by downloading a bunch of nifty new paid iPhone and iPad apps without paying a cent? We shared tons of great iOS apps on sale with you last week, and we’re jumping right back into it with a new list today. As always, these are limited-time sales that could be over at any time, so be sure to jump on anything that looks appealing. More →
We’ve had a heck of a week for paid iPhone and iPad apps that have gone on sale for free, but the week isn’t over just yet. We’re closing things out strong with eight new paid iOS apps that are all on sale for free. There are some very cool options today including a nifty pair of apps with very useful Notification Center widgets, so be sure to grab them before these sales are gone.
One of the surprising announcements Apple made during its Spring Forward Apple Watch event concerned medical research. While regular consumers who aren’t specifically interested in this particular field might find it rather boring for now, the ResearchKit framework might prove to be a major step forward for the future of medicine. The open-source project, a rare thing from an all-controlling Apple, has been in the making for quite a long time and Fusion has learned more details about it from a source that’s more than familiar with Apple’s medicine ambitions. More →
Another day, another fantastic list of paid iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale for free. Yesterday’s list had some great offerings on it and many of them are still completely free if you hurry back to that post and download them now. Today, we have seven more paid iOS apps for you to check out and as always, these sales could be over at any point in time. More →
Google has been hard at work over the past few months improving the iOS version of its insanely popular Google Maps app, which is a universal build optimized for both the iPhone and iPad. We had a nice big update to enjoy back in January, and then Google came right back in early February with another update.
Now, the world’s best mobile mapping solution has been updated once again, and there are several nifty new features to enjoy as a result. More →
Wikipedia is the sixth most popular website in America according to Alexa, and hundreds of millions of people rely on the site to some degree. Of course, most people also know what they’re getting themselves into when visiting Wikipedia. The information is crowd-sourced so some pages can’t always be relied upon, and the site features a very basic design that’s reminiscent of the early days of the World Wide Web.
There is no question that Android has found success across the entire mobile landscape. From developed markets to emerging markets, and from the consumer market to the enterprise market, Android devices have proliferated. Where the enterprise market is concerned, however, Google’s mobile platform hasn’t always found the level of success that it has seen elsewhere, and it turns out the cause may be some issues we’ve seen rear their ugly heads time and time again. More →
Welcome to our biggest list of paid iPhone and iPad apps of the week, featuring 10 solid iOS apps that would normally cost you a combined $23 to download. Right now for a limited time, however, each and every app on this list is completely free. Also of note, there are still a few paid apps on sale for free on yesterday’s list, so be sure to check that post out as well. More →
We constantly try to share great tips and tricks with our readers in an effort to help them get the most out of their gadgets. Sometimes we put our own lists of tips together, and sometimes we point out useful lists that can be found on other sites. I came across one such list this morning, but it was presented in a particularly curious way.
The post framed eight iOS and Mac features as things that people likely don’t use because they’re too subtle or are “big misses” that remind us Apple is “human” and makes mistakes. Interestingly, however, I use and love every single feature the site listed. More →
We started the week off properly with a great list of paid iPhone and iPad apps that were on sale for free for a limited time. In fact, if you hurry you can still grab a few of them without paying a single cent. Today is a new day, though, and we have a fresh list for you with seven paid iOS apps that are all currently on sale for free. More →