Is your favorite to-do list app not “long-term” enough for you? Then meet Bucket Lister.
Google has relaunched Zagat’s website and mobile apps for iPhone and Android.
In 2011, 80 percent of apps were free. Today, 90 percent of apps are free, with monetization provided via good old we-gather-an-audience-and-sell-its-attention strategy that has worked since the dawn of modern media.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) this week launched its first investigation into an unregulated Urinalysis app, a warning to health app makers.
This iPhone fitness app takes the place of those lazy gym buddies through virtual coaching and social networking.
There are horrible, terrible ways to advertise a new iPhone app. And then there is this new ad by Domino’s.
With slick new version of its gesture-based mobile email app now available, productivity startup Taskbox announced that it’s raised a $600,000 seed round of funding today.
You know what sucks worse than email? Waiting in line to use an app that’s supposed to make using email easier.
Normally, iPhone apps and games exist for your amusement. In this case, you exist for Carrot’s amusement.
Facebook’s mobile app for iOS has been updated with several new features today, including placing free calls over data.
Flickr for iPhone has lots of new features, a sign that Marissa Mayer is serious about making Yahoo a product company again.
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.
To learn more about how Google approached building the long-awaited app, we chatted with Daniel Graf, the director of Google Maps for mobile.
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.
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.
With fresh funding and big-name backers, Lift is now exponentially more fit to help people keep their resolutions.
Believe it or not, there are some instances where mankind has produced some truly disgusting uses of technology — disgustingly awesome, that is.
Streamweaver is a new iPhone app that does something pretty basic, but extremely cool.
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.
One year after launching, Parking Panda is finally launching an iPhone app and targeting the Bay Area.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg didn’t mince words today about the company’s past mobile strategy.
Attention, shoppers: Walmart is exploring mobile ways to speed up the shopping experience for the 1 billion customers who walk into its stores each month.
The first app from flash sales retailer PLNDR aims to make it easier for its 1.7 million users to make purchases away from their computers.
Before Instagram came along, skies were not aquamarine, and trees were not speckled with neon orange. Normalize restores your photos to their former glory.
Dunkin’ Donuts today released applications for iPhone and Android that allow customers to pay with their mobile devices.