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13 apps for your iPhone that are better than the ones Apple made

These apps have beaten Apple at its own game.
Forget Greece — the new "God of War" is set in Midgard, the fabled realm of Norse mythology.

Starting now, you can finally play PlayStation 4 games on your iPhone

Over five years later, Apple's iOS devices are finally getting Remote Play support on the PlayStation 4.

These are the 15 best-looking games you can play on your iPhone

As Apple continues to improve the iPhone, dozens of games with impressive graphics are showing up in the App store.
The iPhone X.

Apple’s latest iPhone update makes it much easier to manage app subscriptions — here’s how

You'll no longer have to dig through the Settings menu to manage app subscriptions from your iPhone.
Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Apple quietly makes billions from Google Search each year, and it’s a bigger business than Apple Music

Google's payment to Apple could be worth as much as 23% of Apple's services business.

Google is disabling its app that lets users earn gift cards in exchange for their data

Like the Facebook Research app, Google's app appears to be a clear violation of Apple's Enterprise Developer Program policy.
CEO Tim Cook attends China Development Forum (CDF) 2018 at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse on March 24, 2018 in Beijing, China.

The most important things we learned from Apple’s earnings call

Apple's quarterly update offered important new insight into the state of its business and the broader economy.

I keep over 200 apps on my iPhone’s home screen — here’s the system I use to stay organized

Right now, I have 204 apps on my iPhone X. But I have a system so I can always find what I'm looking for.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, left, and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.

Netflix quietly made a change to its iPhone app that should spook Apple

Netflix quietly made a change earlier this month that allows it to circumvent the 15% to 30% cut Apple takes from every App Store purchase.

13 classic games you can download for your iPhone or Android for free

Instead of focusing on smartphone games that cost money or are trendy now — looking at you, "Fortnite" — take a moment to go through the classics.