App Store news stories - Page 2
Context: The App is dead, long live the App
July 2008: a certain fruity company launched its app store and gave a home to 500 freshly pressed iPhone OS (iOS nowadays) apps.
Apple unveils iOS 8... "biggest release since App Store launch"
"We’re excited for hundreds of millions of users to begin experiencing iOS 8, with incredible features that offer new ways to use your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch."
Do you know the REAL cost of business apps?
"Producing more complex enterprise applications is by no means an inexpensive exercise..."
iOS Review: 2048
Swipe your screen to move tiles left, right, up, and down. If two tiles of the same number collide while moving, they will merge into a tile with the total value of the two tiles that collided.
iOS Review: QuizUp
With over 365 topics from history, TV shows, sports, music, and new topics being added all the time, you’ll be entertained and challenged for hours at a time.
Apple reveals Worldwide Developers Conference kick-off date
Apple has today unveiled the dates of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco...
Join in Whittaker's hi-tech egg hunt
For the first ever Whittaker’s Big Egg Hunt – a giant urban Easter egg hunt to raise money for the Starship Foundation – Whittaker’s has launched a new mobile app, which is a key tool for hunters and a new way for Whittaker’s to engage with chocolate lovers.
Apple approves Dotcom’s Internet Party app
Cupertino signs off Kim Dotcom’s Internet Party app for iOS, allowing Kiwis to sign up for the political party.
Microsoft OneNote tops Mac App store
OneNote for Mac has become the most popular free Mac app in the App Store in a single day, besting OS X update Mavericks, which was released in October.
Starbucks unveils pre-oder coffee app
Is there anything worse than arriving at your local coffee spot early in the morning to try and get your morning pick me up, only to be held up by the person that requires the 'extra hot, triple shot, skinny decaf latte'? Techday thinks not.
Kiwi consumers warned about Flappy Bird clones...
The crazy success of a game called 'Flappy Bird' which was number 1 on the Apple App Store and is being talked about all over the world has led to it been quickly cloned and variants put up on the App Store.
App Store sales smashed US$10 billion mark in 2013
Record-breaking December sees over three billion apps downloaded across the world…
Mega launches iOS app
Kim Dotcom's cloud storage service Mega has released an iOS app, available free of charge from the App Store.
Apple unveils free OS X Mavericks update
Apple has today announced that OS X Mavericks, the 10th major release of Cupertino's most advanced desktop operating system, is available free from the Mac App Store.
Top 10 tips for avoiding app rejection
There can be nothing more frustrating than sweating for hours developing your app for public consumption only to have it rejected by an app store.
Hacked off Apple to overhaul developer systems
After Apple takes down developer portal to combat a security breach, the company assures developers by vowing to overhaul it's system.
Apple and Amazon find Appy ending
Warring companies settle their differences over the term "app store", with both promising to drop lawsuits.
Apple App Store turns 5 = free presents
To celebrate the App Store turning five, Apple is giving away free apps and games to customers.
App Store tops 40 billion downloads
Apple reports on a record-breaking December with over two billion downloads.
Tumblr releases official iPad App
iOS app goes live in App Store free of charge following unusual delay.
Google Maps hits 10 million iOS downloads
Only 48 hours since the release of Google's standalone app, users turn to Google Maps in their droves.
iOS apps hit one million?
Appsfire claims one million apps have hit the Apple App Store.
App of the Week: a bit of fun
All work and no play makes Jack and Jill very dull kids indeed. Three apps to put a smile into your day.
Great news for iOS cheapskates!
App Store kicks off 'free app of the week' series with 100% discount on 'Cut the Rope: Experiments'.