Not to be pushed out of the spotlight by iTunes Radio’s debut, Slacker Radio rolls out its own updated iOS app.
At this point in the mobile Internet’s evolution, you’d think it would be relatively painless to send attached files through your native email client on iOS. In reality it’s not, but touch gesture-based iOS email client Boxer has remedied this problem.
Is your favorite to-do list app not “long-term” enough for you? Then meet Bucket Lister.
A month following the release of its Android app, popular image-sharing service Imgur has finally launched an official app for the iPhone and iPad after wrangling over approval with Apple.
Ever wanted to send a drink to that cute guy or gal in the bar but felt like you needed technology to hold your hand? Now there’s an app for that.
Editor’s Pick If you’ve ever forgotten to pick up your credit card from a bar after a night out, you know how frustrating it can be. New York City’s Dash wants to make sure that never happens again.
Google has launched a new version of its hugely popular Maps application for iOS. But most importantly, it has finally added iPad and iPad mini support so people don’t have to use Apple Maps.
It’s that time again. Google has decided to kill off yet another one of its services. This time, it’s Alfred, a handy local recommendations app that learned your likes.
RSS reader Feedly is one of the most popular replacements for the now-defunct Google Reader. But its iOS app has been crippled for the last week, leaving users restless.
Editor’s Pick Kansas City-based search startup Leap2 offers up an engaging visual take on search. Will it be able to carve out its own place in search?
A handful of the top-rated applications and games in the iTunes App Store have become free ahead of the store’s fifth birthday.
Imgur, one of the web’s most popular image-sharing apps and a destination for viral pictures, has finally launched its first official Android app and an iPhone app is on the way.
Tempo AI, a startup focused on increasing productivity through your calendar, has raised a new $10 million Series A round of funding, the company announced today.
Losing your keys is awful. Bunch’s hardware and iOS app could fix that problem.
Stitcher Radio is rolling out a new feature on its iOS app today that makes it much easier to use the streaming service while driving in a vehicle — which is exactly where radio belongs.
You’d think Twitter cofounder and Square CEO Jack Dorsey would be a whiz at social media. But his posts to Twitter’s young video-sharing service Vine are a mix of weirdly creepy and just-plain-boring clips.
Ever felt like your favorite music app just doesn’t get you? With its latest iPhone app, Songza wants to get to know you better than ever and help find the perfect music for your mood or activity.
Drippler — a popular Android app that helps you get the most out of your smartphone with tips and app recommendations — has launched on the iPhone.
Kovacs spoke today at the D: Dive into Mobile event in New York City and talked on a number of topics, including the upcoming Firefox OS, the potential for Firefox on iOS, and why he is leaving the company.
Rumors have been swirling for ages that Microsoft would finally release its flagship Office apps for iOS and Android in the near future. But a new report indicates these apps won’t actually arrive until fall 2014.
Editor’s Pick Social video startup Streamweaver released a major update to its free iOS app today that makes it even easier for people to record a single video using the combined angles from each iOS device’s camera.
There are horrible, terrible ways to advertise a new iPhone app. And then there is this new ad by Domino’s.
Combining peanut butter and chocolate is as powerful a match as digital comic books and the iPad — especially when those comics are made by Marvel.
Here’s an obvious tip for big brands: Don’t let your iPhone app sit in the App Store for years without updates. Chipotle apparently didn’t get that memo, but today it finally updated its iPhone app to support the iPhone’s “Retina display” and iOS 6.
Restaurant waitlisting app NoshList has brought its service to iPhone, iPod touch, and Android devices so more restaurants will be able to seat diners in smarter fashion no matter what smart devices they own.
Adobe has launched Photoshop Touch for the iPhone and Android phones in a bid to make its flagship photo-editing software available across the most popular smart devices in the world.
Facebook’s mobile app for iOS has been updated with several new features today, including placing free calls over data.
Hot iPhone app Mailbox suffered a major outage today, but the app is now back for most users.
Kickstarter has finally launched an iOS application that gives you access to many of the site’s core features, including tracking projects you’ve started or funded, commenting on projects, and the ability to find new things to fund.
Tablets and smartphone are often heralded as more efficient forms of technology,unless your kids are using them to watch R-rated movies or anything containing naked bodies unbeknownst to you.
Twitter-owned video sharing application Vine has raised its age rating from 12+ to 17+ following controversy surrounding pornographic clips shared widely on the service.
Vine is taking steps to curb access to porn after it attracted a lot of unwanted criticism this morning for placing a hardcore porn video at the top of every user’s feed.
Facebook has updated its popular iOS application with the ability to record and share videos and voice messages, a big improvement to the already well-featured app.
Users of the popular video-sharing app Vine got a surprise this morning when a short clip of hardcore pornography was selected as an “editor’s pick” and placed at the top of every user’s feed.
Google launched an update for digital magazine iOS app Google Currents today, which features a brand new user interface, lots of navigation changes, and a greater emphasis on real-time news.
The much-hyped Pebble smartwatch started shipping yesterday, but the smartphone apps that help the watch really tick hadn’t been approved yet. Thankfully, the apps for iPhone and Android are now available.
Mobile video recording service Streamweaver closed a $1.3 million round of funding today, the startup confirmed to VentureBeat.
When I think of innovation, one of the last places I think of is the United States Postal Service.