How are you enjoying those new iPhone 7s and iPhone 7 Pluses, Apple fans? Well guess what, some sweet new apps can make your older iPhone model feel brand new again, and it won’t cost you $650+. In fact, it won’t even cost you a penny — check out today’s list of the best paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. More →
iPhone backups are easier to crack if the device is running Apple’s iOS 10. Hackers discovered the issues, saying that Apple weakened backup security with iOS 10. But Apple is already on the case and plans to issue fixes for it.
Monday is always the worst day of the week, but you know what might make you feel better? A bunch of free apps for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch! We’ve gathered an eclectic collection of games and tools for you to download today, including a photo editor, an iMessage calculator and a robot party.
Start the weekend off right with a fresh new collection of completely free apps for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. There are a few camera apps, a cloud music manager, an app for audio professionals and even a tool to help you find the right home. Plus, if that’s not enough, you can always check yesterday’s post too.
A few hours ago, Niantic announced that a new Pokemon Go update for iPhone and Android is about to be released, so go get your devices in order. Versions 1.9.0 for iPhone and 0.39.0 for Android are about to come out, bringing several new features and bug fixes.
Do you want to stream movies, play games, block ads and capture Pokemon, all from the comfort of your iPhone? Well, you’re in store for quite a treat, as we’ve rounded up a selection of free apps that do all those things and more. And if you’re quick, you might even be able to catch a few free apps from yesterday’s post.
There are some things hiding in Apple’s new iOS 10 software that iPhone and iPad users still don’t have access to. That’s right, dark mode, we’re looking at you. The much sought-after dark user interface mode that was found buried in the code from Apple’s first iOS 10 beta back in June still hasn’t managed to see the light of day. Who knows when we might finally see dark mode make its way to iPhones and iPads around the world? In the meantime though, there are plenty of other features hiding in iOS 10 that users actually have access to, and learning about them will help you get the most out of your iPhone or iPad.
We already showed you dozens of secret features in Apple’s various iOS 10 apps, and now we’re back with a new list of hidden gestures that are going to change the way you use your iOS device. More →
Today’s batch of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free for a limited time might be the best list we’ve put together in a while. There are plenty of high-quality iOS apps on sale for free today, and you’ll find the 10 best ones in this post. There are also a few remaining freebies in Tuesday’s post, so be sure to check back in that one for even more options. More →
Just over a week after finally releasing iOS 10 to the public, Apple has begun seeding the first developer beta of iOS 10.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It’s still unclear which features, if any, are going to be added in 10.1, but we’ll be keeping an eye out for any updates regarding the update.
Google a few months ago unveiled two new mobile apps to talk to your friends, including video chat app Duo and iMessage rival Allo. Starting today, both are available on Android and iOS, as Allo is finally available to download — Duo was launched only a few weeks ago.
But before you dive in and install Allo on your Android device or iPhone you should know that Allo doesn’t have your best interest in mind, at least when it comes to privacy. More →
If you take time and effort, you can upgrade to a new iPhone every year for very little money. But not everyone has the willpower to deal with selling a phone on the internet, and for those people, Apple’s Trade Up program is coming to the rescue.
Apple just added the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus and SE to its Trade Up program, which means you can get $315 off a new iPhone 7 when you trade in your older device.
The Apple vs. FBI fight over breaking the encryption of the San Bernardino iPhone was one of the most important news topics of the beginning of the year. Ultimately Apple won, as it didn’t have to create a backdoored version of iOS that would let the FBI spy on that iPhone 5c that belonged to one of the San Bernardino shooters. The FBI won too, as it bought an iPhone hack for more than $1.3 million that let it bypass the password that protects the lockscreen of iPhones.
We dug through dozens upon dozens of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free today, and we can up with 11 in particular that we think our readers will enjoy. There are also still a few freebies in yesterday’s post, so you should have more than enough new apps to check out on your shiny new iPhone 7 — or on your not-so-shiny older iPhone. More →