Tag Archive: Apps


Best document editing and management apps for iPad

I’ve been spending the past week or so doing some app spring cleaning on my iPad, partially in preparation for the arrival of my new 9.7” iPad Pro on Thursday. During the process I realized that I have way too many document editing apps — half of which I have either never launched, or they […]

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U.S. iPhone owners are cheapskates when it comes to apps

If you want to strike it rich on the App Store, here’s a hint: make a game. Americans who own an iPhone spent an average of $ 35 on apps and in-app purchases last year, only instead of forking over cash for productivity or education apps, the majority of that money goes to gaming. App marketing […]

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Pomodoro Time Pro, Forecast Bar, and other awesome apps of the week

With the new iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro announced, it was a big week for Apple. But it’s also been a good seven days for developers, with a slew of super-awesome apps arriving in the App Store for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. Whether you’re looking for a great productivity tool for staying […]

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Get really good at building apps with Ruby, by building real apps [Deals]

Ruby on Rails is the language that powers most of the web apps you use every day. If you’re looking to get involved in web development, learning Ruby is a wise and lucrative move. BaseRail’s in-depth training teaches you to build working, deployable apps, offering critical hands-on experience that normally goes for thousands of dollars, […]

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Apple Watch apps kinda suck, but Cupertino hopes you won’t notice

At this week’s “Let us loop you in” keynote, Apple revealed a major shift in its smartwatch strategy. Tim Cook tried to dress it up by announcing new Apple Watch bands and a price drop, but the most significant aspect was what he did not say: There was no mention of third-party Watch apps. After […]

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Apple is making a TV show about apps with Will.i.am

The next piece of original video content coming out of Cupertino is going to look more like a big iPhone ad than a TV show. Apple revealed today that is working with Black Eyed Peas singer and failed tech visionary Will.i.am to create a new unscripted TV series that’s all about apps. Also joining the […]

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Deezer for Apple Watch, Jump Legends, and other apps of the week

Happy Sunday everyone! If you’re looking to kick back and relax, we’ve got you covered when it comes to the apps you need to download to enjoy the rest of your hard-earned weekend — and the 7 days to come. From nifty adventure games for your iPhone to a great music app for Apple Watch, […]

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Four apps that offer a better Apple Music experience

I recently expressed my frustrations with Apple Music and why I didn’t plan to continue using the service. I want to love Apple Music. Siri integration and the ability to have a singular place to listen to all my music, both streamed and purchased, would be a dream come true. Unfortunately Apple Music currently has […]

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This bundle is like the dream team of Mac apps [Deals]

Macs come out of the box with a ton of apps and functionality, but that’s just the beginning of what you can get it to do for your productivity. From hard drive maintenance to running Windows apps and doing deeper searches than Spotlight allows, this bundle of 11 top-rated apps has something useful for everybody. […]

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How to Show & Verify Code Signatures for Apps in Mac OS X

Code signed applications allow security conscious users to verify the creator and hash of a particular app to help confirm it has not been corrupted or tampered with. This is rarely necessary for average Mac users, particularly those who obtain their software from the Mac App Store or other trusted sources since the apps are … Read More

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