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These are the most positively reviewed apps in the history of the Apple App Store — and the top result may surprise you
Apple's App Store has over 2 million apps, so it can be hard to find which ones are worth your time and which ones aren't. These are the top-rated apps.
The first app to get approved as birth control in Europe has now been green-lit in the US, despite controversy
Birth-control app Natural Cycles has been approved by the US FDA, shortly after it came under fire in Sweden when 37 women reported getting pregnant while using it. Using an algorithm, the app tells women when they have the highest and lowest chances of getting pregnant.
For $5, you can get a guaranteed seat on the buses.
These 15 apps have beaten Apple at its own game.
Both apps let you listen to music without a subscription, but each has their tradeoffs. Trebel is aimed at a younger demographic who wouldn't pay for a music streaming subscription, but still want to download music — and it markets itself as a legal way to do that.
I keep all 204 of my iPhone apps on just one home screen — here’s the system I use to stay organized
Right now, I have 204 apps on my iPhone X. But I run a tight ship, and I've created a system that makes it easy so I can always find what I'm looking for.
Millions of North Koreans now have smartphones — but they have to go to a physical store to install apps
Roughly 40% of North Koreans now have smartphones, according to a new report. But the vast majority of these phones don't connect to the global internet.
A popular website that reportedly sells inexpensive products so poorly made that disappointed shoppers often throw them in the trash is now worth more...
In just three short years, e-commerce site Pinduoduo has emerged as one of China's fastest growing shopping startups, with as many as 55 million users accessing the site per day. But in a recent New York Times report, the quality of the site's products came under close scrutiny.
We compared Google Calendar and Apple’s built-in calendar app for the iPhone — and the winner is clear
I put the Apple and Google calendar apps head-to-head — and I found there's a clear winner for anyone looking to stay organized and keep track of their schedule efficiently.
Things 3, from the Germany-based software startup Cultured Code, is a 2017 Apple Design award-winning app for organizing your life that's both simple and robust. Here's what it's like to use, and why you should consider buying it.