Don't-Miss App Stories
Galaxy S3 and S4 users spent an average of just seven minutes a month on Samsung's own apps and services.
iPhone users can soon have notifications for texts appear in their Glass displays.
You'll no longer have to switch between individual instant messages and text messages.
It's just another one of the many apps making it easier to impulsively buy food with just a user account.
Google is giving Android users who bought the Virus Shield app a refund and extra credit.
These apps will almost make you forget you're tired, sweaty, and totally not enjoying the treadmill.
Whoa, crazy promotion, man. Chill out while I explain it 'cause it's gonna, like, blow your mind.
This Escher-inspired perception puzzle game feels measured, polished, and perfectly thought-out.
With better search and a beautifully designed new layout, Flickr is clearly putting the emphasis on its community of incredible photographers.
It's prettier, easier to use, and it's available now to download in the Google Play store.
No more random mystery boxes from Amazon: Slice will tell you when exactly to expect a delivery.
There's more to a music festival than just listening to the music. Use these apps to make any festival a weekend to remember.
Even in beta, Microsoft's Cortana digital assistant has an impressive amount to say for itself. But is it enough to keep up?
Find a last-minute hotel deal, stay sun safe, and relax.
Along with a bunch of other features, Chrome Beta now has native Chromecast support for video.