Love jazz? Vern Seward feature three apps that's right up your alley in this week's Free on iTunes. Blue Note, Ken Burns, and NPR Music.
Think your iPhone is a bit of magic? Wait until you see these 3 apps Vern Seward features in this week's Free on iTunes. Crowsflight, Swiftkey Note, and Cardiio.
Apple has pulled another yet Bitcoin app from the App Store: Blockchain, the online wallet app from Blockchain.info. With this latest action, Apple has systematically removed the ability to conduct Bitcoin transactions from the App Store, and it's unclear why.
Last week, Facebook announced it was introducing a new iPhone app called Paper. If the name sounds familiar, it's probably because you've already heard of Paper by FiftyThree -- a popular drawing app for the iPad. FiftyThree is asking Facebook to change the name of its app, but it doesn't look like the social networking service is interested, and that could make for a big headache for the drawing app company.
Emergencies happen. Be aware with these free iOS apps that Vern Seward points out in this week's Free on iTunes. OCFL Alert, OCFL 311, Waze, and ELERTS.
Your iDevice is more than just external storage for your brain. This week in Free on iTunes Vern Seward takes a look at 3 tools that make you device really useful. Simbol, Real Simple: No Time To Cook, and Symple.
If you've got an iOS device then you've got a great ereader, but Vern Seward points out three freebies that might make your reading experience e=ven better in this week's Free on iTunes. ReadMill, JukePop, and LibriVox.
In this last article in a series to help kick off your New Year, Vern Seward takes a look at 5 free iOS apps that might help you collaborate with others: Dropbox, Documents by Readdle, DocuSign Ink, Quip, and JotNot Scanner.
The Enhanced Edition of the classic and popular Baldur's Gate II will hit iOS very soon, according to a tweet from the game's developer. The updated version of the BioWare RPG launched on OS X and Windows in November, and promises to bring updated graphics and new content to iPad gamers everywhere.
Apple announced Tuesday that its App Store had both a record-breaking year and a record-breaking month. Customers spent more than $10 billion on apps during 2013, including over $1 billion in December alone. Apple has now paid out over $15 billion in revenue to developers since the store's launch in 2008.
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