If you’re a smartphone power user, you probably have lots of accessories that can do things like share files between devices, charge dying batteries, deliver external storage, or sync it with a computer. But most accessories we know of can’t offer all these features at the same time, which is where the new On The Go gadget might come in handy. More →
Fleksy is already a well-known name to any smartphone user interested in alternatives to the default keyboard app on iOS and Android. The keyboard also happens to hold a Guinness World Record for being the fastest keyboard in the world. In case you’re still not familiar with it and happen to own an iOS device, you should consider grabbing it right away, as Fleksy is now available as a free download for the first time ever. More →
Yesterday’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps was a terrific one, and a few of the apps on that list can still be downloaded for free if you hurry. Today’s list might be even better though, with seven paid iOS apps — including a few that are pretty popular — that are all on sale for free for a limited time. More →
Apple’s latest iPhone 6 is a fantastic device that is packed full of technology. I carry one as my main phone for personal use and for work, and I have precious few complaints when it comes to functionality that the phone lacks. After all, Apple can only stuff so much into that remarkably slender 6.9 millimeter-thick case.
There are a few things rival smartphones can do that I wish my iPhone could manage as well, though. But as of today, that list has one fewer line item. More →
One of the best calling features on the iPhone, assuming it’s enabled by your carrier of choice, is Wi-Fi calling. When turned on, Wi-Fi calling offers an improved voice call experience on the iPhone, and it saves you voice minutes from your cellular subscription if you’re not on an unlimited voice plan already. However, even if the feature is enabled by your carrier, Wi-Fi calling won’t necessarily be activated by default on your iPhone, which means you’ll have to do it yourself – here’s how. More →
Time to start the week off right, with a list of nifty paid iPhone and iPad apps that are all on sale for free for a limited time. We always make sure we show readers the cream of the crop since so many paid iOS apps go on sale each day, but today’s list is a particularly good one. As always though, be sure to hurry because these sales could be over at any time! More →
Instead of making flagship Android Wear devices of its own to take on Apple’s three distinct Watch models, Google is apparently working on a sneakier way to fight the iOS wearables. Just as rumored in the past, the company is apparently adapting its Android Wear platform to work with iPhone in the future. More →
Apple Watch in-store try-ons… who cares? Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge releases… whatever. HTC One M9 launch… blah. The real action today is in the App Store, where more than 100 paid iPhone and iPad apps have gone on sale. Of course, you don’t have to dig through them all because we’ve compiled the 9 best paid iOS apps that are currently on sale for free for a limited time.
And today’s list includes what is by far our favorite weather app ever made!
We’ve shown you plenty of great paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free this week, and now it’s time for our biggest list yet. Thursday’s post includes 10 great paid iOS apps that are all on sale for free, but only for a limited time. There are also still a few paid apps on sale for free in yesterday’s post, so be sure to hurry up and check those out as well. More →
Are you looking for some awesome paid iPhone and iPad apps for free? Well you’ve come to the right place, friends, because we’ve got the best of the bunch for you right here. Dozens or even hundreds of paid apps go on sale each day, and we sift through them to pick out the best of the bunch. Today, we’ve got seven solid choices for you — and you can even grab a few more from yesterday’s list that are still free. More →
While we’re all likely familiar with wave of negative reactions that sprouted up following Apple’s iPod introduction, you might be surprised that not every one was on board the iPhone bandwagon following Steve Jobs’ 2007 product introduction. Given how revolutionary the iPhone was at first glance, one would think that tech heads on the Internet would have universally praised the smartphone revolution that was now staring them right in the face.
One would think…
Switching from one mobile platform to another can make for a jarring transition but oftentimes users can find something to like in their new mobile OS. Such was not the case with Business Insider’s Matt Johnston, who last fall switched from the iPhone 5 to the Galaxy Note 3 and started regretting his decision after about two months. In the end, Johnston believes his choice to go to Android has been a “disaster.” More →