Tag Archive: Apps


iOS 8 has only been out a short amount of time, but Apple’s already keen that it takes over as the company’s go-to mobile OS. In a new posting on its developer portal, Apple announced that starting February 1, 2015,… Read more ›

The best apps for OS X Yosemite

Like any new Apple software release, OS X Yosemite has great third-party apps that are worth checking out. Developers can take advantage of iOS 8-like extensions, Handoff, iCloud Drive, Notification Center widgets, and more to create a better experience. Many… Read more ›

Great Scott! We highlight a lot of bundles here and they’re all really awesome, but today we profile a bundle that, hands down, you absolutely need to have. In The Mac To The Future Bundle you get 8 elite Mac… Read more ›

Now that iOS 8 has been released, the need for developers familiar with Apple’s new platform is bigger than ever. Be in demand with The iOS 8 & Swift eLearning Bootcamp, available at 96% off for a limited time at… Read more ›

When constructing an iOS app, there’s so much more to consider than just the source code. Your app needs to be as user friendly as possible, which is where design skills come into play. Now you can learn to bring… Read more ›

Which weighs more? An iPad filled with media and apps, or an iPad with no media or apps installed? It sounds like a trick question — the digital age equivalent of “What weighs more, a pound of feathers or a… Read more ›

Apple has begun contacting developers to tell them that it’s time to submit their apps for OS X Yosemite ahead of its public release later this fall. The email encourages the use of new Yosemite functions like app extensions — as… Read more ›

Like a person with a new gym membership, Apple’s been on a health kick all year. First we had the announcement of HealthKit at WWDC, then a fitness-oriented iPhone 5s ad in June, followed by Apple’s entry into the fitness-tracking market… Read more ›

You already know that Cult of Mac Deals brings you top level gadgets, software, and services at low prices. Did you also know that some stuff at Cult of Mac Deals is available for free? Yep, free, as in absolutely… Read more ›

If you regularly use an iPhone or iPad app that uses a built-in browser, you could be vulnerable to a major vulnerability in iOS that allows unscrupulous app developers to spy on your typing. The vulnerability was discovered by Craig… Read more ›