Yesterday’s post covering the best paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free was a great one, and you can still download several of the apps listed there without paying a dime. We’ve got a fresh new batch for you today though, and it covers some very cool apps as well as a few sticker packs for iMessage that you’re going to love. More →
Developers must have all had a big meeting today and all decided to drop the prices on their apps because it took forever to dig through all of the sales out there and pick out the best ones. We pulled it off though, and we came up with 11 paid apps iPhone and iPad apps that are all on sale for free right now. Trust us, you definitely won’t want to miss them. More →
Galaxy Note 7s are exploding… iPhones are exploding… it’s time for some uplifting news and nothing is more uplifting than scoring a bunch of paid iPhone and iPad apps for free. Today’s batch includes several solid apps as well as a few nifty sticker packs for iMessage, but these sales won’t last so be sure to check them out right away. More →
In 2016, the FBI and Apple engaged in a widely reported public relations battle over iPhone encryption. As a quick refresher, the FBI was unable to unlock an iPhone 5c belonging to Syed Farook, one of the perpetrators involved in a 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California. In turn, the FBI wanted Apple to create a custom version of iOS that would allow them to bypass the device’s lockscreen. Apple strenuously objected, with Tim Cook even going so far as to say that the FBI wanted Apple to create the software equivalent of cancer.
Now, many months later, a similar sequence of events has developed. According to a report from Wired, the FBI is currently having trouble accessing a locked iPhone that belonged to Dahir Adan, the terrorist who went on a stabbing rampage at a mall in Minnesota where he attacked 10 people before an off-duty cop managed to kill him.
Well, we’ve done it. Despite how great our list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free was yesterday, we’ve managed to put together an even better list today. We’ve got a killer weather app, several hot sticker packs including separate packs for Trump and Hillary, a very cool app that lets you use your computer’s keyboard to type on your iPhone or iPad, and so much more. Check them all out below. More →
Samsung is currently dealing with a massive Galaxy Note 7 scandal that was caused by a faulty battery design. Unsurprisingly, even the slightest battery design error can lead to life-threatening explosions, and we’ve seen cars and even a house destroyed as a result. The Galaxy Note 7 isn’t the only smartphone whose battery exploded, but it’s the first one to be recalled because of a widespread battery defect. iPhones can explode too, although Apple never had to resort to such extreme measures to fix battery problems. And it turns out that Apple is studying ways to make its future batteries even more efficient while also ensuring that they remain safe. More →
Niantic is making significant changes to training at friendly gyms in an future Pokemon Go update. According to a new blog post from the developer, an upcoming version of the game will allow trainers to bring up to six Pokemon to battle while training at a friendly gym instead of just one (the previous limit).
Today’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free is easily our best list of the week so far, and not just because it’s also our biggest. We’ve got some fantastic apps for you today headlined by fan favorite Magic Launcher Pro. There are plenty more gems to be found as well, but you’ll have to hurry because these sales could be over at any time. More →
It’s hump day, and one of the best ways to get over the hump is to download a bunch of free apps to distract you from the fact that Friday is still two whole days away. Thankfully, we’ve managed to cobble together a list of 10 free iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps for you to download, but you’ll have to act fast, because they’ll only be free for a limited time.
Google was right in the middle of taking the wraps off its latest and greatest hardware products on Tuesday when Apple decided to go ahead and release a brand new version of its iOS 10.1 beta software. Sure it was a little rude, but at least it gave Apple fans something to do while all eyes were focused on Google. We already showed you how to install iOS 10.1 beta 2 on your iPhone or iPad even if you don’t have a developer account, and it’s ridiculously easy to do. Some people prefer to keep things legit though, and luckily the wait between Apple’s developer beta releases and its public beta releases isn’t long at all. More →
Apple fans, we have some good news and some bad news for you. The bad news is that Apple’s latest iOS 10.1 beta software still doesn’t unlock the sweet new dark mode feature we’ve all been waiting impatiently for ever since it was found hiding in iOS 10 this past summer. Seriously, Apple, just give us dark mode already! There is good news though, and it’s that Apple just released iOS 10.1 beta 2 with a number of bug fixes, refinements, new features and of course Portrait Mode for the iPhone 7 Plus, and we’re going to show you how to install it without the need for a developer account. More →
Google’s big press conference might be the talk of the town today, and Apple fans might feel a bit left out. Don’t worry though because we’ve got you covered — in this post, you’ll find nine paid iPhone and iPad apps that are all free downloads right now for a limited time. If nine isn’t enough, you’ll also find a few remaining freebies in yesterday’s post if you hurry. More →
Google event? What Google event? Apple on Tuesday released a new build of its upcoming new iOS software, iOS 10.1 beta 2. The new build includes a number of bug fixes and refinements, and it also includes the hotly anticipated Portrait Mode feature for iPhone 7 Plus users. You can download it right now as an over the air (OTA) update or from Apple’s developer website.