Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of mobile developers attempting to download the new operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch have crashed the site.
Apple took the wraps off iOS7, the mobile operating system that runs iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, today at its World Wide Developer Conference.
“It’s unbelievable, gorgeous,” said Apple’s Craig Federighi.
If you’re trying to make it big as an app developer, Apple is showing yet again why you should be building for iOS.
Editor’s Pick Apple is holding one of its most anticipated events today, and we’re live at Moscone watching for Mac hardware updates, iOS 7, and maybe even Apple’s radio product.
BlueStacks is using the same tech that has snared 10 million users for its service that allows Android apps to run on Windows PCs.
No more tying strings around fingers for Android users — note-taking and organization-solutions provider Evernote has announced that reminders, their most requested feature, are included in the latest software update.
The 3-in–1 Universal USB Charging Cable can charge three devices simultaneously in one potr, which is great for those who are low on USB ports but have more than their fair share of devices. And VentureBeat has it for just $19.
It starts off with “more of the same” but quickly moves to “give me more.” New towers and plenty of little secrets make this one a must-play.
In addition, a new notifications feature enables you to customize whether you want notifications of new email based on the categories Google has sorted them into.
The iHelicopter is a lightweight yet powerful chopper. Its dual rotors allow for 3-directional tilt, but it’s small enough to fly around indoors! And VentureBeat has it for only $49.99!
Editor’s Pick “Mobile analytics is a brand-new field, and no clear winner has emerged yet,” Segment.io cofounder Peter Reinhardt says. “So we made it incredibly easy to try them all.”
As sure as gravity, Google Play will surpass Apple’s app downloads in September of this year. It’s simple a matter of mathematics.
PopCap is going fully freemium with one of its premiere franchises.
Fiksu reveals the rising cost to find players for iOS apps.
The number one magazine provider in Apple’s Newstand has now added 20 new magazine from American Media to its stable of 1,800 magazines for digital sale.
Just a few weeks after announcing its music subscription service, Google will be bringing it to iOS.
The company, which launched on iOS just over a year ago to “deobfuscate” application crashes, helps developers find what’s happening when their mobile apps freeze or unexpectedly quit. Besides Twitter, companies like Square, Kayak, Yelp, Path, and Yammer use Crashlytics.
Twitter updated its iOS and Android apps today to make tweeting pictures faster and better. And showed us the benefits via Vine, the social network’s own video-sharing startup.
Editor’s Pick Android’s market share is a joke, and most tech writers aren’t getting the punchline.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is not at all worried about Android’s increasing market share — or so he says.
The good news, I assume, is that Google Glass will restore our masculinity (and, I assume) femininity.
In an effort to save developers from mobile app testing hell, Appurify has developed a service to let you automate testing across actual mobile devices.
The creators of Puzzle Axe explain what makes the game so special and different from the other puzzle games out there.
In the good old days, Apple’s app store had a few thousand apps, and you could probably browse all of them to find what you wanted. That lasted about 30 seconds.
We gathered reactions to the console announcements from leading industry figures.
The popular note taking and organization solutions provider Evernote announced today that reminders have been added to its product offerings.
App recommendation engines are getting booted from Apple’s app store because they suck, according to a new player in the app-finding business. But Hooked Media has come up with an entirely new take on app recommendation that has two unique qualities.
Just days after landing on Facebook’s campus, the founder of Parse says there will be no changes to his business — and that means Facebook is increasingly a multiplatform development tool.
If I can paraphrase a popular Alicia Keys song, this woman is on fire. Marissa Mayer is clearly moving Yahoo back into the center of the Silicon Valley tech conversation.
“So many people that have given up the concept of a photo collection,” he says. “Faces, places, and things are important ways to automatically categorize photos. And they keep getting smarter every day.”
AirStrip has an ambitious goal: To cut through the incompatibilities clogging up the free flow of medical information between doctors and nurses.
Looking at the Dreamcast lineup for 2013, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Sega’s 15-year-old system had never gone away.
Systemically, Apple is falling out of the race for smartphone supremacy. And that puts Apple at risk of being in Microsoft’s sights for the number two position in the global smartphone market share battle.
It’s a good thing Apple hit the number today, because if they waited even another week, the Cupertino company might have been second-best to Google’s Android
BlackBerry managed to squeeze in one surprise announcement during its huge conference keynote this morning.
In other words, Apple’s saying, Samsung can’t have its cake and eat it to. Or, what’s good for Pauline is good for Petra.
Spair wants to help users buy a game once that works on any mobile operating system.
The developer of PlayStation Home’s Sodium series has expanded to make games and 3D avatars on mobile platforms.
Let me say that again: Apple is at single digit growth in a market growing at almost 40 percent.
Google’s new Gmail app for iOS opens video links in YouTube, map links in Google Maps, and other URLs in Chrome.