Popular Apps Articles for 2014
Facebook's latest social connector is Slingshot, a photo sharing app that puts a unique, and often frustrating, spin on the Snapchat way of communicating.
Google's official remote desktop solution has its faults, but it still provides a supremely smooth way to surf your home computer from an Android phone.
Microsoft Office Mobile is now free to use for those with iPhone and Android phones. The software has previously required a subscription to Office 365, but that's no longer the[...]
The cloudGOO Android app addresses a problem common to many smartphone owners by serving as a central hub for disparate cloud storage accounts from the likes of Dropbox, Amazon, Box,[...]
Facebook rolled out Paper for iPhone today, a wild new look for the social networking giant. Based on a gesture-rich interface, the app is the best version of Facebook yet.
In temporary log files, the Starbucks iPhone app has been storing user names, email addresses, location history, all unencrypted - information that shouldn't be there.
Wanna follow all the Olympic action, but don't have a TV handy? These apps will keep you in the loop.
Billed as "a timer that will track and increase your productivity without burnout," Focus Keeper is more than a simple stopwatch app.
Android Wear is Google's take on a wearable operating system, and it's based heavily on Google Now and Android's standard notifications. Is that enough to launch the wearable trend? Let's[...]
Speed Booster - Phone Cleaner, as its name would suggest, is an app that liven ups your phone's performance by locating and reducing unnecessary background tasks. We took it for[...]
Microsoft Office Mobile for iOS and Android is now free, but how useful is it on a small touchscreen? Can users actually work from their smartphones in a pinch?
An official file management app for Windows Phone users was long overdue, but Files is a convenient perk for anyone who has made the upgrade to Windows Phone 8.1.
With lots of smartphone users wanting to keep their locations and other personal data private, CES saw the launches of Marco Polo for iOS and SnoopWall for Android.
We take a quick tour of Inbox, Google's new stab at streamlining the way we get through our email.
Microsoft has promised that its own file manager for Windows Phone 8.1 is coming soon, but the recently released FileEx app may have already rendered it unnecessary.
With the sudden and unexpected takedown of Flappy Bird from the major app stores, a number of developers have tried to jump in on the action - only to have[...]
Could popular apps such as Angry Birds or Facebook tell the NSA your age, friends, and whether you're straight or gay?
Google Drive's word processing functionality has been spun out into a new app called Google Docs. We take it for a spin and see if anything's changed.
As one of the few free PDF converters available in the iOS App Store, smartSCAN allows users to turn any document into a PDF file with just their iPhone.
VSee is a video chatting app that works well over even the crummiest of connections. If you're fed up with Skype, it's worth a close look.