The Top 20 Best Apps of 2013

It’s been quite a year for iOS apps. With the release of iOS 7 many apps have started to take on the flat look and feel of the new operating system. A lot of new apps were released while most were updated with new features and layouts. We’ve compiled the list that we feel covers […]

Apple iBeacon: Cool or Creepy?

This past Friday Apple enabled location-aware transmitters in all of their U.S. retail stores. Called iBeacon, this service works via Bluetooth and the Apple Store App for the iPhone to get location-based information when arriving at one of their stores. The iBeacon system is far more precise than GPS-based methods for finding exactly where someone […]

Apple Acquires TV Apps Company Matcha.TV

Here’s a new development from Apple that could be a sign that the company is cooking up something new. Apple has recently acquired a startup company, Matcha.tv. The company developed a second-screen mobile app and web-based service. It basically offers a number of features to complement TV viewing. This includes comprehensive TV listings, recommendations based […]

Apps and Oranges

There are Apple fanboys (and girls), and they have their Android counterparts. I don’t think that I would be far from being correct if I assume that many of you fall under the first group, would I? Of course, whichever group you belong to, one thing is common: an ardent show of support for your […]

10 Premium Apps Go Free for App Store’s 5th Anniversary

The App Store turns five years old this week, and 10 major, critically-acclaimed and fan-favorite apps are going free to celebrate. They include Infinity Blade II, Barefoot World Atlas, Traktor DJ, and more.

How An App Is Made

Have you ever wondered how apps get made? How they’re dreamed up, designed, coded, and made to work? How apps are submitted to the App Store, and how they get approved (or denied)? In this exclusive, multi-part series, we’re going to follow one app’s development from idea to “on sale,” and find out exactly how […]