Augmented Reality apps have populated the App Store for years, the good, the bad and the ugly. We’ve rifled through the current offer to present you the best AR-capable apps available on your iPhone right now.
This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup includes an app that helps you improve your singing, a fitness app with a new take on running, and a new app from Giphy. And as always, we have two new games for you to check out.
Apple’s new support app is great for fast troubleshooting or getting in touch with Apple staff. Still, another feature stands out as the unsung hero: screen any of your devices’ warranty status, including AppleCare, in no time.
Looking for new apps and games this weekend? iDB has you covered. In the latest edition of our Apps of the Week roundup, we have some great selections such as an app for creating unique Instagram captions, a newsletter manager, and a sharp currency converter. And as always, we have two great new games for you to check out.
Feral Interactive today announced that Total War: Warhammer will be coming to your Mac next week.
Filing as the first game in the trilogy, it was originally developed by Creative Assembly in partnership with Games Workshop and published by SEGA.
Feral has ported Total War: Warhammer to macOS using Apple’s low-level Metal graphics framework. The turn-based strategy game is out now on Linux and will launch on Mac App Store next Thursday, April 18.
There’s a new app in the works that would finally bring Spotify onto Apple Watch. Called Snowy and created by developer Andrew Chang, it will permit Apple Watch owners to play their favorite Spotify tracks, browse playlists, access a Now Playing screen via a complication and more.
According to Chang’s recent update on Reddit, Spotify will be working with him to add Apple Watch functionality and playlist syncing into its mainland iPhone and iPad app.
In this week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup, we’ve got a great selection of apps and games for you to check out this weekend. The picks include a new healthy recipe book, a Twitter client for tweet storms, and a fun app for adding animated text to your photos.
Clips, a new video creation app from Apple, is now available for download on App Store. Previewed on March 21 as part of Apple’s Spring product refresh, Clips lets you create expressive videos on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with just a few taps. The app includes some nifty features like a selection of cartoonish effects and the ability to create captions on the fly using just your voice. Clips is available on App Store at no charge and requires iOS 10.3, which launched last week.
It’s the weekend again, and that means it’s time for another episode of our Apps of the Week roundup. Today’s selections include a digital travel agent, a new podcast client, an app that alerts you when cool things are happening, and of course we’ve picked out two new games for you to try.
Looking to pass the time this weekend with some new apps and games? iDB has you covered. The latest edition of our Apps of the Week roundup includes a message scheduler, a dating app with a twist, an app for discovering fun stuff to do around you, and of course some new games for you to check out.
Alongside announcing a new low-cost 9.7-inch iPad model with a brighter Retina display and the A9 chip, the iPhone 7/Plus (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition series in a vibrant red finish and new Spring-themed Apple Watch bands, Apple today also announced a brand new iOS app designed to allow users to create expressive videos on their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The app is coming soon to App Store so watch this space for further updates.