According to social app discovery company Appsfire, today is the day that marks the one million apps have been created for Apple’s app store.
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Betaworks’ latest is an effortless group photo-sharing app powered by hashtags.
A few months ago, when Facebook admitted defeat and went native with its iOS app, some thought it was a death-knell for HTML5.
While the number of app stores has grown exponentially, discovering new ones is as tough as ever. Hubbl, however, may have the solution.
You built the app. Everyone came, and you were over the moon. But now, months later, no-one is opening your app, and you’re pulling out your hair.
It might seem crazy, but Hamburg-based Tadaa is building a photo-sharing app that competes with Instagram.
Verizon announced today that it is shutting down its app store in favor of existing marketplaces such as Google Play and Amazon. The app store and apps downloaded from it will be taken down by March 2013.
According to a just-released study from London-based ABI Research, iPhone had only 29 percent of app downloads in the second quarter of 2012, compared to 47 percent for Android.
Apple’s virtual assistant Siri is becoming more of a movie buff.
Most app marketplaces seem to be a black hole for apps that don’t make it into the “top” lists. Facebook is no exception, and today the company began rolling out search to its App Center customers, helping people find cool, unknown apps.
Waze has been on a roll with its free crowdsourced GPS navigation apps, but today the company is getting even more social with an update that could change the way you drive forever.
Onavo, the creator of popular data compression apps for the iPhone and Android, has just launched a new app to help you track apps that are eating up your cellular data.
The Google Play Store now has 700,000 Android apps, finally catching up to roughly the same number of programs in Apple’s App Store.
Good news, streaming music fans. Pandora will finally make its way to Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform.
Apparently, people like to have fun, and they buy digital devices to assist them in that noble quest. But they use those devices differently … and therein lies the story.
Just upgraded to Windows 8 and can’t find that elusive “G spot”? Google’s got some help for you at getyourgoogleback.com.
SwiftKey is one of many alternative keyboards available to Android phone and tablet users — and today it’s adding one of the features of its biggest competitors, Swype.
T-Mobile says it will start shipping Android phones preloaded with an app-scanning program by Lookout Mobile. The app is called Automatic App Security, and it marks a big partnership for the mobile security company.
Imagine designing and creating a native mobile app for iPhone or Android that connects to web services in about 10 minutes. Oh, and you’re creating the web services at exactly the same time
Editor’s Pick The rumors were true. Five million PHP developers will now be able to design and build mobile apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Temp work app Gigwalk is showing signs of permanence with a new $6 million in funding.
While the average app store developer might make under $10K a year from his or her apps, Joe Kaufman has managed to generate millions of downloads to his hit Lost City and Secret of Grisly Manor apps, generating massive revenue and making him a self-made millionaire.
Every two minutes, someone in the US is sexually assaulted. Shouldn’t our mobile devices help make women safer?
Nine days after Clutch.io announced that it was shutting down its mobile testing service, Convert.com has thrown developers a lifesaver.
Built on data, Distimo’s AppIQ shows why “know thy enemy” can be a powerful strategy for app developers.
Perfecto Mobile clearly wants to cement its position as the premiere way for developers to easily test mobile apps across a variety of phones.
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Circa has released a new mobile app for news. And — hallelujah — it is most definitely not just another copycat attempt to cash in on the path that Flipboard and Pulse paved.
Only 3 percent of consumers say Apple’s Maps are a “big problem.” I guess those 3 percent are Silicon Valley tech blog writers.
Google updated its Google+ app on iPhone and Android last night, adding the ability to manage pages. Unfortunately, in a major oversight, the only way to actually manage pages is to laboriously sign out of the app and sign back in.
Shopsavvy is about to get a lot more useful for Best Buy shoppers.
What if you could find products and brands that you like wherever you are?
Want an app but can’t code? This may help.
Presumably, app discovery on iPhone and iPad is now solved, according to Apple.
Everyone in the tech echo chamber knows that Apple Maps is the worst mapping service in the history of mapping services. Apparently, someone forgot to give Consumer Reports the memo.
Facebook yesterday updated its standalone Messenger app on iOS to fully support the iPhone 5 and iOS 6, while also adding some useful features for chat addicts.
It looks like Aviary’s leap into mobile has paid off.