The iPhone Photography Awards every year keep on impressing us: some of the shots highlighted by this competition are truly masterful and it’s mind-boggling to think they were taken on a phone.
Weather apps are some of the most important tools you have before heading out on a meeting or planning a vacation. Modern meteorology is so advanced that getting a reasonably accurate forecast for as many as two weeks ahead, in almost any place on earth, has become perfectly possible.
Hey, folks! It’s Monday, which means it’s that time again — time to dig through the App Store and Play Store and find some well-put-together apps!
This week around, Microsoft’s Face Swap makes the jump to iOS, we have the awesome new Holo app, a sticker maker that works with your selfies, an AI that recognizes stuff you point your camera at, and much more. Check them out below!
New for iOS
New for Android
Earlier this month, the Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017), Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017) and Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) were unveiled in Europe. The latter model is coming to Cricket Wireless in the U.S. as the Samsung Galaxy Halo. An image of both the front and back of the device was disseminated today via a tweet sent out by reliable tipster Evan Blass. The image shows the back of the phone branded with the Cricket logo. The Galaxy Halo is equipped with a 5.5-inch display carrying a 1080 x 1920 (FHD) resolution.
The Galaxy J7 (2017) is powered by an Exynos 7870 SoC featuring an octa-core 1.6GHz CPU, although …
A new Asus ZenPad tablet is about to make its debut in the United States with Verizon being among the first carriers to offer the slate. Big Red hasn’t yet announced anything about the so-called ZenPad Z8 2017, but a picture of the tablet with Verizon’s branding emerged online.
Despite the fact that the press render doesn’t come with any details about the tablet’s specs, we know quite a lot about the new ZenPad Z8 since the slab was officially introduced at Computex last month.
However, Verizon’s ZenPad Z8 2017 might be slightly different than the international …
Hey there, appaholics! Yup, we’re off to another week, and we are starting it off with yet another pick of the best or most popular apps from the past 7 days. As you know, we are pretty open to suggestions, so don’t hesitate to drop a comment if you happen to know of a cool new app that we missed!
We’ve got a public speaker’s training app, a new video intro maker for vloggers, a new launcher and icon pack for Android, and more fun stuff. Check them out below and, as always, if you know of a cool new app that we missed — namedrop it in the comments!
New for iOS
E3 showcased a ton of big video games made by big studios with budgets in the millions — like Super Mario Odyssey and Assassin’s Creed Origins — but those weren’t the only titles worthy of our attention. There were a handful of breathtaking indie games that deserve the spotlight, too.
SEE ALSO: The Best Reveals of E3 2017
This E3’s stock of indies had some undeniably charming, thought-provoking, and intensely action-packed selections spanning all sorts of genres. These are the ones that stood out as some of the best of E3 2017.
The Swords of Ditto
You are the hero in the adorable, procedurally generated land of Ditto. In a nod to The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, you wake up on the beach and dive right into your adventure in The Swords of Ditto, tackling dungeons, gaining new items, and battling enemies until you’re ready to take on the evil Mormo. If you die, though, you’re gone for good, and you’ll have to try again as a new hero. Read more…
Looking for your weekly doze of gaming adrenaline? Look no further as we slice and dice, and look in the depths of Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store to hunt and gather the best new games on mobile.
A new Angry Birds game is out!Expect no restrictions to genre: from RPG to strategy, to shooters and puzzlers, sports games and all else. Everything as long as it’s fun, well made and not choke full of ads.
What do we play on? We use a couple of iPhones to test the best new games, but we’ve got a Pixel, a Galaxy S8 and a few other phones that we switch whenever …
A report published the other day claims that Apple and Google are working together on a way to allow iPhone users to select Google Assistant as their default virtual assistant, replacing Siri in that capacity. The way Google Assistant currently works on iOS is that the app is opened up like any other third party app,. The user then requests the information that he/she is seeking from Google Assistant,.and then closes the app when done. But if the source of this information is correct, iOS users who prefer Google Assistant over Siri will be able to make the change allowing Google to become the default …