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Six Streaming Music Apps for the iPhone: Free Choice, But at What Price?

Streaming music apps let you get just the tunes that are really music to your ears. Apps are free, although the music might not be. Here are six top iPhone[...]

TurboScan Review: A Handy iPhone Scanner in Your Pocket

TurboScan is designed to turn your iPhone into a portable document scanner without the addition of extra hardware. How well does it really work? Read the full review to find[...]

MacPhun FX Photo Studio Review: Cool Photo Sharing & Special Effects for iPhones

If you're an iPhone owner, you're probably taking tons of photos. Is MacPhun's Photo FX Studio app worth the 99 cents? Read the full review.

“Perfectly Clear” Photo Correction App Now Available for Android OS

Once offered for Apple's iOS only, Athentech Imaging's Perfectly Clear photo correction app is now available for Android OS, complete with a redesigned interface.

Corel Slingshot for iOS Review: Share Photos From Your iPhone Through Facebook

Corel's Slingshot app lets you easily share pictures from your iPhone through Facebook and email. Read the full review to see its strengths and weaknesses of this free app.

iPhone App Store Passes 25 Billion Downloads

Users of the iPhone and iPad have now downloaded 25 billion applications from the iTunes App Store since it debuted several years ago. This milestone was passed at some point[...]

Photoshop Touch Not Just for Tablets, Now Available for iPhone and Android Phones

Adobe is now offering its Adobe Photoshop Touch app for smartphones. This offers powerful Photoshop features with touch-based gestures, and is available for iOS and Android mobile devices.

Google Breaches 700,000 App Milestone: Closing the Gap on Apple

In addition to the slew of device announcements made this week, Google has also announced a huge milestone for its Android operating system. The OS has now breached the 700,000[...]

Processor from MIT Means Smartphones May Soon Take Proffessional Pictures

A team from MIT's Microsystems Technology Laboratory has created a chip that quickly and easily fixes common mistakes of smartphone images. Our sister site DigitalCameraReview has all the details.