Chart Your Apple Addition With Mactracker

I wasn’t the biggest fan of Mactracker on iOS. I thought it was cool as a little quick reference guide, but it didn’t have much...

Declutter Your Menu Bar With Bartender 2

Bartender is an app that I am surprised I didn’t pick up sooner. Like all of us, I’ve not been the best steward of my...

The Champ Returns: Reeder Updated For El Capitan

Reeder was recently updated for El Capitan, but also got a slew of functional updates as well. I think that the first thing you’ll notice...

Protect Your Accounts With Have I Been Pwned?

There seems to be a new breach every other week these days, sometimes they get lost in the news cycle. That means that you aren’t...

App Review: Sofa (iPhone)

Sofa looks to help you find the right movie to watch by creating curated lists of movies. These are more general, like Monster Movies, or...

Dropbox For iOS Gets A Share Sheet Extension In Version 3.7

If you use Dropbox on your iOS devices, pop open the App Store, head to the Updates tab, and grab the Dropbox 3.7 update. It’s...

All The Fun Of Disposable Cameras Comes To Your iPhone With WhiteAlbum

The idea speaks to me: As my major in college, I fell in love with the experience of film photography. The palpable pleasures of a...

Apple’s Upcoming Photos App Might Be A Big Deal

This forthcoming Photos app from Apple has capital-A ambitions: A from-scratch photo editing app to replace iPhoto and Aperture that’s tied to a cloud based...

New Twitter For iOS Update Adds Tape-Delayed Timeline Feature

You will wake up one morning and all your favorite Twitter clients will have disappeared from their docks and home screens. What you’ll meet instead is...

Audio Hijack 3 Now Available To Step Up Your Recording Game

There are few indie developers that can move the needle in their respective niche quite like Rogue Amoeba. So my guess is that there were...

Worth Reading: The Shape Of The App Store

Charles Perry, on the Metakite blog: “Every developer knows how tough it can be to make a living on the App Store. There’s a lot...

Things Is Editor’s Choice On The App Store, And It’s On Sale

Things, the popular task management app, is now an Editors’ Choice selection on both the Mac and iOS App Stores. And as a result, between...

1Password For iOS Goes Free (For Now)

Upgrading your phone?  You may as well upgrade your password manager while you’re at it. 1Password, the popular password management software for OS X, iOS,...

Instagram Releases Hyperlapse, A Modern Time-lapse Solution For Your iPhone

Don’t look now, there’s about to be a glut of new creative selfies on your Facebook timeline. Instagram has just released a new app “to...

Ridescout Gets You Around Town Fast

On the expo floor at Techweek Chicago, I was introduced to Ridescout: an all-in-one urban navigation app. The app shows all public transit stations, ride...

Google Releases Analytics App For iPhone, Comes Complete With Real Time

If you’re the type to be hyperaware of your website analytics, you should head out right now and download Analytics for iOS. Google has pushed...

iTunes U Brings Discussion And Course Creation Tools

Apple has updated iTunes U to include discussion features for students and course creation tools for teachers. This update has been expected for a couple...

Google To Kill Quickoffice For iPhone, Android

Google has announced that it will be removing Quickoffice from both the App Store and Google Play store in “the coming weeks.” The company has said...