Apple removed 540,000 abandoned apps in 3Q22, causing the App Store to hit its lowest number of apps in seven years.
Twitter client Aviary 2 is now available through the App Store, the popular app has been completely reworked and boasts new features.
Instagram has added new mapping features to its social media app, allowing users to discover nearby places and see what users are sharing.
The urban mobility app Moovit has announced new features for users in 112 countries. The update is now available in the Apple App Store.
A tweet from the official Nintendo account has stated that a new update to Nintendo Switch Online will only support iOS 14 or later.
BBEdit 14.1 is out on Tuesday and adds support for Shortcuts, an expanded notes system, and a new image viewer.
Split Payments in Messenger is rolling out to people, the company announced on Wednesday, as well as other features such as Vanish Mode.
It’s now possible to change your Signal number, thanks to an update the company recently released and wrote about on Monday.
MusicMatch for Mac has arrived, allowing users to easily open song URLs between services. When I wrote about it last year, it only supported Apple Music and Spotify. Now it supports Pandora, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, Deezer, and Spotify. With the Safari Extension, you can open music links without ever opening the MusicMatch app.
ProtonMail Bridge is being updated with a completely redesigned user interface for ease of use. It gradually rolls out to paid users starting today.
This new version of ProtonMail Bridge is packed with fixes and improvements, but the main change is the new local cache, which now includes full message bodies. This means ProtonMail Bridge stores messages encrypted on your device, so they can be retrieved much faster than when stored remotely on our servers. You can control your cache using the Advanced settings.