You can now use the new IMDb TV apps for iPhone and Android to enjoy the Amazon-owned, free, ad-supported IMDb TV service outside IMDb's standard app.
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.
We previously wrote about Doppler for iPhone, an excellent alternative to Apple’s Music app that ships with many interesting, unique features. Today, developer Ed Wellbrook of BrushedType launched Doppler for Mac, a truly native macOS music player.
Snowman, the brains behind the endless runner and sand/snowboarding games Alto's Adventure and Alto's Odyssey, have a new interactive iOS app built specifically for kids.
Valve's released a macOS version of its Steam Link app to let people stream their Steam libraries from their gaming PCs to Mac computers and other devices running the software.
If you need a Now Playing-like widget for Apple Music and Spotify that supports live updating and rich customization, check out the excellent WidgetPod app from developer Aditya Rajveer.
With the second season of “For All Mankind” debuting on Apple TV+ this Friday, Apple has now released a companion augmented reality app for the iPhone and iPad.
Windows giant Microsoft today released a new feature, dubbed Autofill, that allows you to manage your saved passwords securely across different devices and platforms.
The free, open-source Scenecuts app by Seattle developer Nick Hayward is a great little utility that allows you to bypass Apple's unimpressive Home app and access your smart home devices and trigger HomeKit scenes directly through the macOS menu bar.
iMobie's PhoneTrans is a new Mac and Windows app for frictionless phone-to-phone data transfer that makes it easy to transfer everything across iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. If you have recently upgraded to a new iPhone, PhoneTrans will let you transfer content from your phone to your new one, including WhatsApp messages, contacts and more.
How about something entirely different? Meet Twidget, a cool app by York, England-based developer James Shaw. This free of charge piece of software is basically an iPhone and iPad widget providing an at-a-glance look at your Twitter timeline right on the Home screen.