These games are the best in the business and cost less than a sandwich.
The best city ever just got easier.
But it is a whole lot more secure.
“I play videogames to escape, and then this is making me do work.”
Because looking at your phone doesn’t have to put you to sleep.
Take this simple test and find out.
All the BuzzFeed you want, none of the BuzzFeed you don’t.
iOS in dash lets you access maps, messages, and music.
These six hacks will change your life.
Wait, “Obama Trampoline” was a thing?
Skeuomorphism: n. A design principle wherein an object is made to resemble another material.
The biggest app right now will take over your life.
The state of the three major mobile platforms, as told by their top apps.
Strangely apt lists! But not completely fair. The top albums from each platform’s music store.
The heads of iOS and Apple Stores are out. And lead designer Jony Ive now has more power than ever.
Facebook just updated its notoriously slow and buggy iOS app. It might look the same, but it’s totally different.
This question always seems to come up when one of the big companies buys a little one.
It’s not the new Maps app, or Facebook integration. How one tiny UI change — “a little booger” — is stealing the show.
I guess this is what happens when you ask Siri “Is THAT rain?” one too many times. The people who designed this app can actually see this intersection from work — that’s Apple’s HQ in the bottom right.
New MacBooks? Mountain Lion? iOS? Here’s everything you need to know in five minutes or less.
Apple’s conservative design absolutism is arguably what’s made it so successful. But, you know, what if? There’s a lot to like in this wishful iOS redesign video, no matter what Apple does with iOS 6.
It’s time for a unified communications app. Everyone’s close, but nobody’s done it yet. Here’s how smartphones should — and will — work.
Quasar is a mod that changes the defining trait of iOS, letting you see and use multiple apps at once. This feels… dirty? And a little amazing.
iPhone users’ disgust for Instagram on Android is kind of hilarious — until it raises uncomfortable issues about class and technology.
All I want to do is kill a bunch of apps I never use off of my phone. But Apple won’t let me.
Super sharp screens need better fonts, and app developers are taking notice. “Working with apps is part of our business now,” says a type designer.
The iPhone mail app hasn’t gotten better since 2007. Sparrow feels like it’s from the future, or at least the now.
If the “iOS ‘86” actually existed two decades ago I guarantee that I would have become one of the “indoor kids.” If only.