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Turn your iPhone 11, iPhone XS into a Dashcam with DUBL Drive App

In this day and age, it is no brainer to install a good dashcam in your car. However, finding a good dashcam is a herculean task and the good ones are pretty expensive. The good news is that the DUBL
App stores saw record 204 billion app downloads in 2019, consumer spend of $120 billion

App stores saw record 204 billion app downloads in 2019, consumer spend of $120 billion

Consumers downloaded a record 204 billion apps in 2019, up 6% from 2018 and up 45% since 2016, and spent $120 billion on apps, subscriptions and other in-app spending in the past year. The average
This Week in Apps: The year and decade in review, gaming acquisitions and a Facebook OS

This Week in Apps: The year and decade in review, gaming acquisitions and a Facebook OS

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the Extra Crunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all. The app industry is as hot as ever,
Whisk’s AI-powered recipe app lets you send the ingredients to your door

Whisk’s AI-powered recipe app lets you send the ingredients to your door

Despite the proliferation of recipe websites and apps, finding and organizing the recipes you want to cook has somehow become more difficult over the years. Recipe sites are overrun with ads and

Google Maps for iOS Gets Incognito Mode

Google Maps has pretty much been an integral part of our lives. Most of us use Google Maps to find our way and get all the information about a particular place. One of the biggest qualm privacy

The best Live Photo-fixing, nanny-hunting and Twitter-watching apps of the week

This week we find a nanny for our kinds, read Twitter on our Apple Watches, and restore animations to our Live Photos. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
This Week in Apps: Black Friday’s boost, security news and the year’s biggest apps

This Week in Apps: Black Friday’s boost, security news and the year’s biggest apps

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the Extra Crunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all. What are developers talking about?
Chirp debuts a faster, feature-filled Twitter app for Apple Watch

Chirp debuts a faster, feature-filled Twitter app for Apple Watch

Chirp, a Twitter client preferred by hundreds of thousands of Apple Watch users, is getting its biggest upgrade since its arrival last year. Now redesigned for watchOS 6, the new version of Chirp

Apple highlights some of the best (and most popular) apps of 2019

As expected, Apple's event today wasn't about heralding any new hardware -- it was about shining some light on some of the year's standout apps. (If Android is more your thing, expect Google's own
This Week in Apps: Apple Arcade updates, TikTok distances itself from China, Kardashians send shady app to No. 1

This Week in Apps: Apple Arcade updates, TikTok distances itself from China, Kardashians send shady app to No. 1

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the Extra Crunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all. What are developers talking about?

Firstlight app gives you real-time control over iPhone camera

An app developer putting out a camera and photo editing app today is in for a steep, uphill climb. Dozens of apps populate the category and those at the top are holding that place for a reason. But
Apple launches a dedicated mobile app for its developer community

Apple launches a dedicated mobile app for its developer community

Apple today is introducing a new resource for the over 23 million registered members of its developer community, with the launch of a dedicated Apple Developer mobile app. The new app is an expansion

Apple to host surprise event for apps and games on December 2

Members of the press received surprise invitations from Apple this morning to attend a first-of-its-kind event to honor 2019’s top apps and games on December 2 in New York City. Apple routinely gives
This iPhone app says it will alert you if you’ve been hacked

This iPhone app says it will alert you if you’ve been hacked

The app, known as iVerify, will also help iPhone users harden their devices. The post This iPhone app says it will alert you if you’ve been hacked appeared first on The Daily Dot.

Dropbox Transfer makes sharing huge files from your iPad a snap

iPhone and iPad can now take advantage of Dropbox Transfer, which allows users to more easily send and receive up to 100 GB of files. It doesn’t have the size restrictions of email, and is simpler

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A week-long iOS App Store bug wiped out over 20M ratings

A week-long iOS App Store bug wiped out over 20M ratings

An accidental sweep of the App Store removed more than 20 million ratings from the most popular apps — including from well-known brands like Google, Microsoft, Starbucks, Hulu, Nike and others — as

iOS 13: How to Easily Add Blank Icons to Your iPhone Home Screen

One common question, even a problem, with iPhones, is that the mass of application icons on each page is ‘top justified’, i.e. everything huddles together and sticks to the top of a page. Aside from

Apple Removes 17 Malware-Infested iOS Apps from the App Store

Apple has removed 17 malware apps from the App Store that had successfully managed to bypass its various tests and app review process. The apps were found by Wander’s threat research team on the App

Apple Wants to Help Project Catalyst Developers with More Support, Resources

macOS Catalina was launched to the public earlier this month. The latest macOS arrives with Mac Catalyst for everyone. Project Catalyst is aimed at making it easier for developers to port iPad apps to