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.
There are many app developers out there in the wild that are more than happy to work with Apple, and work within Apple's App Store ecosystem and rules. Even some big companies. However, there are some developers who have run afoul of Apple's review process for apps in one way or another, or take umbrage with the digital storefront's rules. For Kosta Eleftheriou, it's a bit of both.
Nanogram, a new app from the creator of the FlickType swipe keyboard app for watchOS, lets you use Telegram on Apple Watch even when you don’t have your iPhone on you.
Tidal has been around for quite some time now, but somehow offering an Apple Watch app hasn't been a priority. That's finally changing today.
Flexbits, the brains behind the award-winning Fantastical calendar app for iOS and macOS, just rolled out Cardhop 2.0 for the iPhone, iPad and Mac while announcing new subscriptions.
When Apple introduced privacy labels on the App Store back in December 2020, the company said it would hold itself to the same standard as its developers by providing privacy labels for all its stock apps for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Keeping true to its promise, the tech giant recently launched a webpage listing privacy labels for all its stock apps.
Apple has released a trio of new advertisements for the Apple Watch Series 6, the newest smartwatch from the company. And, as you've probably guessed from the title, the new ads focus mostly on the health-related features you can find inside the smart wearable.
Before kids were connecting their PlayStation controllers to their smartphones to play Fortnite, they were moving a snake around a screen of their Nokia handset. But now, kids have apps like Retro Widget which brings the iconic game to the Home screen of an iPhone or iPad.
Following its picks for the best books, audiobooks and podcasts of 2020, Apple today unveiled this year's top 20 most downloaded apps and games across the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV and Apple Watch, as well as its picks for the best titles across those platforms.
Dark Sky remains one of the most popular weather apps out there, and today Apple updated it with new features.
If you own an Apple Watch and recently upgraded to watchOS 7, you might notice a new app on your wrist. The Memoji app is a new addition for those with watchOS 7 or later that lets you create and edit a Memoji as well as turn one into a Watch face.
Make your first Memoji, spruce up your existing one, or create something totally funky. Sound like fun? Here’s how to use the Memoji app on your Apple Watch.
These unprecedented times we live in, driven by the uncertainty of the Coronavirus pandemic, have driven more people to resort to online shopping over in-store shopping than ever before. With so many online orders happening all at once, some may find it difficult to keep track of all their packages, and that’s one reason why I use the Deliveries package tracking app from Junecloud.
Junecloud released a massive update for Deliveries on Wednesday, officially bringing the popular tracking up to version 9.0 for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS and incorporating a plethora of much-needed upgrades including aesthetically pleasing interface tweaks and handy new features. If you’re already using Deliveries, then this is an update you won’t want to miss – and to those who aren’t… what are you doing with your life?