iphone apps

The best coffee-brewing, SoundCloud-uploading and old-person-helping apps this week

This week we keep old folks safe, brew perfectly-measured coffee, celebrate Photoshop’s 30th anniversary, and complain about SoundCloud. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

WhatsApp’s new dark mode will be exclusive to iOS 13

WhatsApp’s brand-new dark mode will be exclusively available on devices running iOS 13 when it finally makes its debut. The feature is now being tested in early versions of the app ahead of its

Pokémon Home rakes in $1.8 million during its first week on mobile

Pokémon Home, the new service that lets you send all your Pokémon to the cloud for transferring between devices, has gotten off to a terrific start on mobile. New figures reveal it raked in $1.8

Microsoft Defender antivirus is expanding its reach … to iPhone?

Microsoft Defender, the built-in antivirus software that you would typically find baked into Windows, is coming to iPhone. Defender has already started making its way to macOS, where it provides full

Apple ‘discussing’ plans to allow third-party browsers, email apps to be defaults on iOS

Apple is finally “considering” giving users the ability to set third-party web browsers and email clients as defaults on iOS, according to a new Bloomberg report. It could also open up HomePod to

TikTok finally starts rolling out parental controls, but US will have to wait

You can start to feel a little less worried about your kids using TikTok, thanks to new parental controls rolling out today. The app’s latest update gives adults more choice over what their youngsters

Microsoft’s unified Office app is now available on iPhone

Microsoft is taking a new approach to Office on mobile, starting with a unified app that brings Word, Excel, and PowerPoint together for the first time. You can download and use it for free today on

SoundCloud for iOS now lets you upload directly from the Files app

The official SoundCloud app for iPhone and iPad now lets you upload your latest tracks directly from the Files app. Its new upload feature supports any audio file, including lossless formats like FLAC
How to add a wake-up weather forecast to your iPhone lock screen

How to add a wake-up weather forecast to your iPhone lock screen

You can add a wake-up weather forecast to your iPhone lock screen by opening settings and taking a few steps.

The best music-mangling, Aperture-escaping and dock-customizing apps this week

This week we dock apps with SwitchGlass, convert photos from Aperture to Lightroom with Avalanche, rip music to shreds with Scatterbrain (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
How to hide apps on an iPhone

How to hide apps on an iPhone

There isn't an official tool for hiding apps on an iPhone, but it can be done easily by creating a new folder.

WhatsApp’s long-awaited dark mode finally on its way to iPhone

Being blinded by WhatsApp’s bright white interface when replying to a late-night text will soon be a thing of the past. The messaging app’s long-awaited dark mode is finally on its way to iPhone. Beta

Google Maps celebrates 15th birthday with new look on iPhone

Everyone’s favorite mapping service turns 15 on Thursday, and there are gifts in store to celebrate. The latest Google Maps update for iOS brings a revamped icon and brand-new features. Users can look

NYC police upgrading from paper notepads to an iPhone app

New York City police officers will soon use an iPhone application to record their daily activities. The officers previously used paper memo pads for these notes, going back to around 1900. The NYPD’s

This iOS App Can Record Videos from Two Camera Sensors Simultaneously

FiLMiC Pro’s new iOS app DoubleTake can record videos through two different cameras at the same time. This free app works on all 2018 and 2019 iPhones, and it is available on the App Store.

The best nap, notes, Apple Watch-keyboard and memory-game apps this week

This week we type on our Apple Watches, scrapbook everything into Notebooks, flex our brains with MoneyBall, and more. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

The best maintenance, spring reverb and Apple Card statement apps this week

This week we trim our SSDs, make PDF statements from our Apple Cards, and drown everything in delicious springy reverb. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Roland’s Go Livecast is an iPhone live-streaming studio in a box

Roland’s Go Livecast live-streaming box adds pro audio and effects to your YouTube streams. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

The best Shortcuts, Classic Mac, and glitch-video apps this week

This week we create music-synced video art with Glitch Clip, import music to our iPhone with Doppler 2, and take proper control of Shortcuts with LaunchCuts. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture

My 5 most-used apps this year

These are the Mac, iPhone, and iPad apps I’ve used — and loved — the most in 2019 (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)