This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features a new spam phone call blocker, a fun new video messaging app, and a new way to find good places to eat in your area. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
Apple’s new developer-only app does not replace the iTunes Connect website or app, but app makers are going to love it. It can be used to access the latest sales trends, get notified when a user posts an App Store review and respond to any customer reviews conveniently from their iPhone or iPad.
As it does every year during WWDC, Apple has announced the winners of this year’s Design Awards. These awards are typically given out to apps and games that set themselves apart for any number of reasons including user experience, functionality, audio and visual design, and more.
This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features a podcast curation app, a new image-based organizational app, and a beautiful note-taking app. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
The Pixelmator Pro 1.1 update brings a plethora of enhancements and new capabilities, like the new web export and slicing tools, machine learning-driven smart adjustment, Touch Bar and HEIF saving support and much more.
If you’re running low on your iOS device’s precious storage space, you’re definitely advised to offload unused apps and major storage hogs. With offloading, only the app itself gets removed—any settings and documents you’ve created within it are retained on the device. Here’s how to manually offload iPhone and iPad apps in iOS 11 and up.
Linea Sketch 2.1 treats you to new ways of creating the perfect color scheme for your drawings. Additionally, this excellent iPad drawing app has picked up new color sets—pastels, art deco, flesh tones, app design and more—plus responsive web design templates.