While there are many developers out there happy with Apple's App Store (even with the rules and fees), there are some who have taken exception to Apple's shenanigans. Especially as it relates to apps being "Sherlocked" by the company. One app developer is still upset with Apple, and plans to take things to the next level because of it.
Welcome to another edition of our Apps of the Week roundup. This week we have a visual menu translator, a sports app for super fans and an app for improving your reading skills. And as always, we've selected a great new game for you to check out.
Apple Music is welcoming online mixes, having recently grown its library of DJ mixes hosted on the platform. It also rolled out two new end-user features to help people navigate DJ mixes.
You can now use Microsoft Teams on Apple's CarPlay system as well as take advantage of a bunch of new hybrid remote work improvements, the Windows maker has announced.
HBO Max is coming to six European markets on October 26 sans Germany and the UK, with the list of HBO Max countries expanding in 2022 to accommodate an additional 14 new nations.
You'll soon be able to remove a Twitter follower without blocking them. Don't worry, the removed follower won't be notified that they've no longer on your list of followers.
How about edge-to-edge tweets? Your wish is Twitter's command! Soon the company will display photos, videos and other media stretched across the width of the timeline.
You can now hide your WhatsApp “Last Seen” status from specific contacts, in addition to the existing “Everyone,” “My Contacts” and “Nobody” options from earlier.
We're back with another edition of our Apps of the Week roundup and boy do we have some great selections for you to check out. Perhaps the most exciting is Photure, which lets you turn a photo into a purchase-ready NFT with just a few taps. We also have a fitness tracker, a sticker maker and a fun game for Messages.
Apple's relented to antitrust pressure. All “reader” apps can now include a web link for customers to follow and sign up for an account or purchase a content subscription externally.
The Apps of the Week column is back with some great new apps for you to check out this weekend. We have a six degrees of separation social media app, an app for classy cocktails, and even a game where you can play for real money. See the full roundup below!
The App Store has been the focal point of a lot of scrutiny lately. And it appears that Apple is finally ready to start making some changes based on that feedback, at least in part. Today, the company has announced some major changes coming to the digital storefront, all thanks to an agreement with developers in the United States.