New App Store guidelines are finally going to allow developers to offer free iOS app trials for all titles, not just those based on subscriptions. Yes, this means you’re finally going to be able to try apps and games before you buy.
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.
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.
IFTTT is convenient app that lets you automate simple to complex tasks. So, why not let it help you find and track the apps or games you want? Here’s how to make your app shopping easy with IFTTT Applets for the App Store.
Whether you have found true love or have decided to quit the dating scene, the time eventually comes when you want to delete your Twitter account. Doing so isn’t difficult, as long as you follow a few simple steps.
This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features a shiny new third-party Twitter client, an app for making quick video calls, and a full-screen camera app. And as usual, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
Looking for the best apps too translate text on iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch? Whether you need to translate a text message, website, street sign, or menu, we’ve found some great apps for translating text, speech, and the world around you.
This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features an app to help you always get the perfect haircut, a new sleep and energy tracker, and a powerful todo list/task manager. And as usual, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
Apple prevents users from downloading apps larger than 150MB over cellular, but there is a workaround that can be used to bypass this. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to download apps larger than 150MB without needing to be connected to Wi-Fi.