Don't-Miss iOS app Stories
Plug this $100 gadget into a computer socket on your car, and it can send data about your driving habits to your iPhone or Android device. We take Automatic for a test drive to see if it gets us from Point A to Point B more efficiently.
Globo tells you the time in multiple cities with a design that surpasses Apple's built-in Clock app with flying colors.
Microsoft’s Office is now available for the iPad as a collection of three apps: Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Microsoft made the announcement at a press conference in San Francisco hosted by Satya Nadella, his first since being appointed CEO.
Planning meals and shopping for ingredients doesn't need to be a hassle. This free app keeps you organized and finds you deals too.
This new streaming digital movie service debuts with iTunes to let you bring your Disney movie collection with you.
Don't subject your friends to narrow videos squeezed between two black panels.
With another big third-party keyboard launch, Apple could finally feel some pressure to consider integrating other keyboards with iOS.
Monitor your home, child, or pet by using an app on your phone paired with an extra piece of equipment.
PhoneTag Messenger for iOS combines photos with quick voice memos, stored as a back-and-forth thread exchange between you and a friend.
This new companion app lets you control a slideshow displayed from your iPad with your iPhone.
This smart app acts as part calendar, part life organizer.
Flappy bird was awful. These games are not.
Instead of moping around on February 14, use any one of these apps to live footloose and fancy-free.
There's still (just barely) enough time to plan a romantic V Day for your and your sweetie, if you get those love-struck fingers tapping on these apps.
With Horizon, you no longer have to worry about the heartbreak of vertically-oriented videos.
This game has just the right amount of WTF.
When the big game is on TV, here's what oughta be on your smartphone and tablet.