Google's Photo Spheres have made their way over to iOS, and we've taken the app for a brief spin around the map.
Apple's got two new commercials, the former Siri team is building an AI that might take over your world, and you can get some free iTunes credit when you buy an Apple TV.
Knock knock. Who's there? Oh, just some Apple news for Tuesday, August 5th.
NPR's new iPhone app and Web service, NPR One, lets you build your perfect public radio station from NPR programs and segments.
If you're a fan of great stories and interactive iOS games, you absolutely need to pick up Giant Spacekat's new game Revolution 60.
Apple's now offering a Passbook option for iTunes Store credit. Here's how to set it up and how you can use it to add money to your account (or a friend's).
Do you love learning new songs? Capo can make that process even easier. We took a peek at SuperMegaUltraGroovy's new Mac and iOS versions of the software.
Need to add a bit of text or an arrow on top of a photo, map, website, or PDF? Check out Evernote's free Skitch app, our iOS Staff Pick of the week.
Adobe's Sketch app is a solid drawing app, while Line stands out from the crowd as a masterful drafting option. Here's our review.
For years now, Adobe has been teasing Project Mighty, its iPad stylus and digital ruler prototypes; now, those prototypes have graduated to full-fledged product status in the form of Adobe's Ink and Slide. Here's our review.
Come the fall, FiftyThree's Pencil stylus will get some pressure-sensitive-like features within the Paper app, courtesy iOS 8. Why is this super nifty for artists? Serenity Caldwell explains.
You don’t have to wait until September to play with iOS 8's time-lapse mode on your iPhone or iPad. Here are four great third-party apps you can pick up on the App Store.
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