People have downloaded over 40 billion apps from Apple’s iOS App Store, the technology giant revealed today.
While it is rare, sometimes developers are able to sneak features into their apps that don’t exactly comply with Apple’s policy.
Popular blogging service Tumblr has finally updated its native iOS app to support the iPad and iPad mini — a long waited moment for the millions of Tumblr fans around the world.
6wunderkinder, the company behind the popular Wunderlist to-do app, has just launched a sequel to that fantastic app that works across iPhone, Android, Web, Windows, and Mac platforms and features a refreshed design.
Facebook has updated the “Nearby” feature on its iOS and Android mobile apps, a move that could hurt Yelp and Foursquare in the location data wars.
Streaming music service Rhapsody has launched an attractive new iPad app that could steal a little attention from its biggest rivals, the company announced today.
Inventive conference call service UberConference has launched new apps for iOS and Android, a move that will make conference call experiences better even if you’re a highly mobile worker.
Google has added 24 new features to its Google+ service and updated its beautiful Android and iOS apps in yet another show of commitment to the social network.
As the number of streaming music services continues to increase, CBS-owned Last.fm is making some big changes to its business model, the company announced today.
Months after the debut of its iPad app, Amazon has now released a new version of its Prime Instant Video iOS app that’s been optimized to play on the iPhone.
Yahoo, still one of the most popular email services in the world, has revamped its email apps for web, iOS, Android, and Windows 8 with a much cleaner look that emphasizes speed.
Microsoft Office for iOS is coming early next year, and a new leak from Microsoft confirms that we’re creeping closer than ever to a release.
Time spent using mobile apps rose about 35 percent this year while TV viewing stayed stagnant and web browsing dropped slightly.
Even though Apple and Google’s app stores offer more than 1.4 million apps combined, just 25 U.S. developers generate half of the revenue from app sales, according to a new study.
Google has released a major update of its iOS YouTube app, and it now supports the iPad and the iPhone 5′s longer display.
As a New Yorker, sometimes it’s hard for me to keep up with the best things going on right now. The quite cool new Spun app might be just what I need to get my act together.
With its redesigned iPhone app, Vimeo aims to attract the attention of mobile video-makers.
Finnish phone maker Nokia has released its “Here” maps app for iOS, and while it might be more helpful than Apple Maps in some regards, we’re still holding out hope that Google Maps will arrive soon.
Popular blogging service Tumblr has updated its iPhone app to offer a redesigned dashboard, faster posting, and more detailed notifications.
Microsoft has updated its Xbox Live companion application for iOS devices, giving it a new SmartGlass rebranding.
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.
Internet radio service 8tracks is launching a new, slicker version of its iOS app today, which offers a much cooler way to listen to music.
The majority of mobile music player apps weren’t built with the touch screen in mind. In:play was.
We’ve been hearing for a while that Microsoft is developing native Office 2013 apps for iOS and Android, and a Microsoft product manager seemingly confirmed, yet again, that these apps would arrive shortly.
If editing a video on your iPhone is too arduous with Apple’s iMovie (you know who you are), then Givit wants to be your video-editing app of choice.
Streamweaver is a new iPhone app that does something pretty basic, but extremely cool.
With Apple’s iOS 6 update, the native YouTube app is getting removed from iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches. To remedy this, you can either download Google’s new official YouTube app for the iPhone or go with a gorgeous third-party alternative like Jasmine.
StumbleUpon’s new application for iPhone and iPad offers iOS users a fresh, colorful, and personalized twist on the now 10-year-old practice of thumbing through the most interesting content the web has to offer.
HotelTonight is making the spontaneity of booking last-minute lodging more practical for stay-cationers and world-travelers alike.
One year after launching, Parking Panda is finally launching an iPhone app and targeting the Bay Area.
AppAide, an iOS app that helps you find new apps people actually use, has greatly expanded its reach of what apps you might come across with the addition of app categories.
While there’s a growing number of TV show discovery services using mobile devices (aka the second screen) to enhance the viewing experience, few have the name recognition of TV Guide.