The music identification service Shazam has passed one billion recognitions every month, a remarkable achievement for an app that debuted with little fanfare on the App Store in 2008.
Tim Cook, Apple's chief executive, is known to sit down with folks from time to time and have a discussion. In most cases, it's boilerplate stuff that leans into privacy. That is certainly the case with his latest interview.
It isn't uncommon for someone to delete an app, only later to realize that they need it. You may have ended up deleting several apps from your iPhone or iPad, and then had the urge to install it back. However, you may not remember the name of the app, and will find it difficult to look for it on the App Store. Worry not, there's an easy way to restore all your deleted apps.
There comes a time when almost every iPhone or iPad owner comes to realize that they want to do partake in Spring cleaning on their handset’s Home Screen.
Whether you’re in the mood to delete apps because you need more storage space or because you feel like you have too many unused apps, the fact remains that it can be a tedious and time consuming process to sort through your apps and delete the ones you don’t want anymore.
Before Apple kicked off this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, the company announced this year's finalists for the annual Apple Design Awards. Now, with the conference about to wrap up for the year, the winners have been revealed.
Apple made waves back in 2020 by acquiring one of the most popular weather apps out there. Bringing Dark Sky into the fold had a lot of iOS users excited to see what that would mean for the stock Weather app. And maybe that would mean a Weather app for iPad (and support for CarPlay). We're still waiting for those things, even if the Weather app is getting a Dark Sky infusion with iOS 15.
One of the best WWDC21 announcements for non-Apple fans is the ability for Windows and Android users to join FaceTime calls initiated by Apple users on macOS 12 or iOS/iPadOS 15.
Are you looking for a Google Photos alternative now that Google has ended free unlimited photo storage? Worry not, there are plenty of options available for someone who takes a lot of photos and stores them on the cloud. The photos and videos already on Google Photos will still be available, but anything uploaded after June 1st will count towards the free 15GB storage. Of course, you can sign up for a Google One storage plan and get more space. However, there are a couple of better alternatives that you may want to try.
Along with updates to iOS and the other major platforms, Apple has also released an updated version of its App Store Review Guidelines. Apple makes these types of changes on a semi regular basis, aiming to give more power to developers in some capacity. And this year is no different.
Did you know that you can use a different language for an app other than your default iOS system language? With iOS 13, Apple added the ability to add a preferred language to certain apps. With this feature, you can use an app with your preferred language, and have a global language for the rest of iOS.
The 2020 Euro Cup Championship games are finally kicking off next week after a long delay. It was originally meant to take place last year, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, matches had to be postponed. If you're a fan, then you probably want to stay on top of all the games, or at least the ones where your favourite teams are playing. The best way to keep track of the matches is to add the fixtures to your Calendar.
You can depressurize your Instagram experience by making it less of a competition and more of a place to enjoy great photos (go figure!). Follow along with us as we teach you how to hide the number of Instagram likes and view counts for both your own and other people's posts.