The dog days of summer are here, and so is this giveaway from Amazon: a package of 30 apps worth well over $100.
The app may not be profitable yet, but it’s clear that IAC is working on turning its “rising star” into a money-maker.
Using location triangulation, drones can be used for search-and-rescue missions after natural disasters.
Take the Internet’s favorite animal and turn it into the world’s most annoying troll: Introducing, Cat Facts, an old Reddit prank that is now available as an app.
There might not be a lot of every day utility to Homer, but if you’re an app aficionado, it’s the perfect app to share apps.
When you turn those wireless signals into a color app, you have an instant art display, capable of being the object of colorful time-lapse photography.
When news that Apple’s iOS6 would be shipping without the built-in YouTube app hit the presses iPhone users everywhere were thrown into a panic…that is, until YouTube launched their own dedicated app on iPhone and iPod Touch in September. Months later, YouTube topped Apple’s 2012 top free iPhone apps chart and now mobile data company Onavo reports that nearly half of all iPhone users are active on YouTube.
As the end of the year approaches, Apple has released its AppStore Best of 2012, a list of the year’s top sellers, notable trends and editors’ picks. On the paid front, Angry Birds Space took the number one spot for the best selling iPhone and iPad app of 2012. Skype topped the charts on the free iPad apps chart, but on iPhone the most downloaded free app was Google’s YouTube app.
Since yesterday afternoon my Google Reader has been flooded with articles about Apple dropping the YouTube app from iOS 6. I’ve read seventeen different posts on the matter, from CNET to the Google Operating System blog and even The Washington Post. Say goodbye to YouTube in iOS 6! Apple’s giving YouTube the boot! We get it. Now can we please stop talking about it?
Back in October we introduced you to Israeli startup Bizzabo, the smartphone app designed to help professionals discover new business opportunities at conferences and event organizers to promote and engage directly with attendees. Today, Bizzabo has announced that it has secured $1.5 million in funding from leading angel investors.