Apple, in its effort to celebrate the artistry and design of apps and games available in the App Store, along with the developers behind them, has announced the latest winners of its annual Design Awards at this year’s WWDC.
Command-Tab Plus puts an end to the open-app chaos by allowing you to quickly and easily move between many apps effortlessly, and a lifetime license is currently available for over 70% off at just $9.99.
AnyTrans for Mac and Windows has been updated with many improvements. You can now back up your iOS devices wirelessly on a schedule as well as move WhatsApp/Viber chats between devices, back your social media archives to a computer and more.
Coding For Parents: Build Education Apps in One Course teaches you how to craft your very own fully-customizable apps and games from the ground up, and it’s currently available for over 95% off at just $12.
In this week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup we have an innovative app for learning about bacteria, a powerful photo editor, and a virtual art gallery. And as always we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out!
Apple has raised the over-the-air cellular data limit for App Store from 150MB to 200MB, but wouldn’t it be much better if there were no download limit in the first place? Or at least give us a toggle in Settings to disable it at will!
iMazing 2 makes it easier than ever to keep all of your Apple devices perfectly synced at all times. And, right now a universal license for Mac and Windows is available for over 75% off at just $19.99.
There is typically a lot of excitement around Apple’s annual WWDC, and mostly around the keynote where new updates and devices are announced. This year, the Apple Watch app Cardiogram will be used to find out which announcement was the most exciting.