Today’s free apps include The Heist a puzzle game by the makers of Camera+, Flickr Studio, a third party Flickr app for the iPad and Oldify, a fun app to take pictures of your friends and make them look old.
The iPhone is so much more than a simple phone – it’s replacing a ton of other gadgets that you’d normally take with you when you’re on the go.
Flickr and Vimeo are all set to become first-class citizens on iOS, as Apple works with these companies to deeply integrate their services into iOS 7.
Apple CEO Tim Cook today testified in front of the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee, defending the company’s tax avoidance strategies.
Last week when Google launched Google Play Music “All Access,” its music streaming service, it didn’t come as a surprise when it didn’t release an app for the iPhone and iPad as it is still to release an app for Google Music that was launched in 2011.
QuickGestures is a new jailbreak tweak that brings Android-style gestures to the Contact lists in the Phone and Contacts app.
The iPhone is expensive, even if you live in the West, so you can only imagine how hard it must be for someone living in places like India.
Hot on the heels of the Tumblr acquisition, Yahoo has released a completely redesigned website for Flickr, the popular yet what seemed like a neglected photo sharing service.
Popular to-do app Checkmark, usually priced $4.99, has gone free today on the App Store along with Units, a unit converter, and Ninja Slash, a 4.
Whether you’re an uber busy person or you just like the sounds of Siri’s soothing tones, we have a tip today that you’ll like.