Photo and video messaging is enjoying a huge resurgence right now as apps like Snapchat focus on fun new ways to communicate. Many popular apps that offer photo and video messaging are still heavily reliant on a text element for communication, mixing all three means of chatting together into one app. Now, however, a new app has just launched on Thursday that gives iPhone users a fun, fast and free way to communicate using only short video messages. More →
Another week has come and gone, but it’s not over just yet. Before you pack things in and get ready to enjoy your weekend, we have one last list of nifty paid iPhone and iPad apps that are currently on sale for free. Yesterday’s list was easily one of the best ones this week, and several of the apps on that list can still be downloaded for free if you hurry.
Of course today, we have eight more paid apps that can be downloaded for free right now. More →
Apple’s introduction of widget support in iOS 8 came as a surprise to some people, but it still wasn’t the true widget support many power iPhone users had been clamoring for. Instead of allowing developers to build widgets that might provide zero-touch access to information on the home screen, Apple added a widget section to the Today tab in Notification Center. It’s a compromise that added widgets to iOS without harming battery life, though iOS widgets aren’t quite as useful as widgets on other platforms like Android.
Every once in a while, however, we come across a very cool widget that makes iOS 8 seem like new all over again. More →
Yesterday’s list of eight paid iPhone and iPad apps was a solid one indeed, and several of them are still free downloads if you hurry over to that post. Today, however, we have what is hands down our best list of the week. It only has seven apps on it, but they’re all terrific and normally they would cost you a combined $66 to download.
For a short time, however, each and every one can be had for free. More →
Most of us can’t imagine our lives without a smartphone at this point, but there are clear downsides to being connected at all times. A commonly discussed issue is the fact that we often pay less attention to people in and around our lives because we’re so focused on the connected world. On a more sinister note, however, our phones can sometimes be used against us by malicious hackers or even government agencies, as we learned from the recent round of Snowden leaks. Beyond that, some of the most popular apps in the world “spy” on users by collecting usage data and other private data, and then using it for targeted advertising.
So, is your smartphone being used to spy on you?
After posting a great list of seven paid iPhone and iPad apps that were all on sale for free yesterday, we’re back with another solid list today. Wednesday’s list will help you conquer the hump day blues with several cool iOS 8 widget apps, and there’s even a paid keyboard extension that’s on sale for free right now. As always though, these sales could be over at any moment so be sure to hurry if you see anything you might like.
After starting out strong on Monday with a solid list of eight nifty paid iPhone and iPad apps that were all free to download for a limited time, we’re keeping pace today with a fresh new list of seven more paid apps that are on sale for free for a limited time. Today’s list includes several cool selections that you’ve likely never seen before, and you’ll also find two apps that offer great iPhone widgets.
Another week, another set of nifty paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free to start things off on the right foot. We’ve become a real destination for people who love getting their hands on a good deal when it comes to mobile apps, and today’s list won’t disappoint. We have some real gems for you today, including a very cool new iPhone widget that we covered recently.
As always, you’d better hurry if you want these apps for free because these sales could end at any minute. More →
There are many means at Apple’s disposal for convincing consumers to buy an iPhone, iPad or Mac. Some involve the company actively promoting its products, some use partners to indirectly promote its products (such as Apple Pay or HealthKit), and some use other clever tricks that might get the job done. One such case is Apple’s recent decision to open up its cloud-based productivity suite to anybody, not just customers who already own Apple devices. More →
Do you use your smartphone way more than you should? Do you have a panic attack when you reach for your iPhone and it’s not where you thought it was? Do you find yourself starting to sweat when the remaining charge on your Android handset gets down to a single digit percentage? It might be time to admit you have a problem. Of course, simply being a heavy smartphone user doesn’t necessarily mean you’re addicted, so how can you tell if your usage has crossed the threshold from frequent to addiction?
Rather than guess at the answer, let’s take a look at a simple new smartphone addition quiz put together by an expert at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. More →
Another week is almost behind us, but at least it was packed full of great paid iPhone and iPad apps that were all on sale for free. If you missed some of the great apps on sale that we showed you over this past week, don’t despair. Today, we have our biggest list of the week with 10 paid iOS apps, and they’re all on sale for free for a limited time.
Today’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale for free has some pretty big shoes to fill after yesterday’s solid list, and there are even a few great apps from Wednesday that are still free downloads if you hurry. For Thursday though, we have seven fresh paid iOS apps that are typically worth a combined $42, but right now they’re all completely free for a limited time. More →