Just a quick note. Wanted to let our readers know that ten new coupon/loyalty card/ticket sources have added Passbook compatibility. And we’ve added all of them to our comprehensive Passbook Apps List.
You don’t have to be a big-name business like Target or Walgreens to make consumer cards for Passbook. Small businesses can create them, too — along with individuals who want to put their own personal cards into Passbook. Here’s how.
If you count yourself among those who hate Apple’s new Maps app, there are plenty of alternatives. Here are the four best, and not one of them will cost you a dime.
Wanna score some awesome free apps? Indie Mac software event MacHeist is back with its biggest app bundle event ever.
Everyone knows the iPad is terrific for drawing, decent for word processing, and fantastic for photo editing. But what else can you make with your Apple tablet? These seven answers are guaranteed to surprise you.
Remember when you learned about how primary colors could be mixed together to create more colors? Maybe you can’t remember it now, but your little one will remember mixing colors him- or herself when they play Mix 2 Color for iPad.
The iPhone has been the driving force behind smartphone technology for years. The release of the original iPhone in July 2007 introduced us to a world where you could not only use your phone to make calls and send txt messages but also take photos, film videos and browse the internet all at the push […]
Facebook just posted a brand new version (5.0) of its iOS app, which it claims is faster and smoother than the old one. Of course, it wouldn’t take much to make that true; the old app was a sputtering, lumbering piece of crap.
Let’s face it. If you’re not a math nerd, then spreadsheets are dull as dirt. But a new iOS app called Grid is changing the definition of what a spreadsheet is, making it a dazzling, intuitive tool for practically anything you can imagine.
Twitter is about to implement strict new rules about what kinds of apps can access their API. In English, this means one thing: your favorite Twitter app may soon stop working.