Popular iPhone Articles for 2015
Apple's Live Photos are neat, but there is a learning curve to getting the most out of them. Sharing them with non-iPhone users can also present issues, though it's still[...]
The two most popular super-sized phones are the Samsung Galaxy Note5 and the Apple iPhone 6s Plus. Both these devices are loaded with features and have a high price[...]
Workflow strengthens the possibilities of IFTTT-style automated commands for your iPhone but never feels difficult to grasp. It's our latest app of the week.
Phablets have exploded to their greatest heights yet over the past year, so if you're looking to get in on the big screen trend yourself, here are our five current[...]
The Apple iPhone 6s and the 6s Plus both have 3D Touch. What is it and how can you use it?
Fall has come, which means it is time for a new iPhone. Although it isn't a complete redesign of last year's iPhone 6, the new iPhone 6s has some improvements.[...]
SuperBeam speeds up the often laborious process of transferring files between your phone and PC. The popular Android app recently made its way to iOS, and is our latest app[...]
A recent update to Dropbox's iOS app has brought a handful of new, productivity-oriented features that make the service a little bit more than just a simple locker for your[...]
Our latest app of the week is Google Classroom, which sees Google further its attempt to make keeping up with classwork a little more convenient for both teachers and students.
If you’ve ever taken part in a collaborative brainstorming session, you know one thing: follow-through is everything. As we’ve come to learn, there’s an app for that. It’s called Bounce[...]
The smartphone world continues to trend towards the supersized, but all hope needn't be lost for the small-handed. If you're looking for a handset that'll always fit in your pocket,[...]
We run through the three dominant mobile operating systems — Google’s Android 5.0 Lollipop, Apple’s iOS 8.2, and Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.1 — in an effort to learn about their[...]
Microsoft Office Lens, newly available for Android and iOS, uses OCR to turn snapshots of whiteboards and other documents into searchable and editable Word, PowerPoint or PDF files.
The simply-titled Do is an iOS app that aims to make creating, conducting, and following up on workplace meetings easy for you and your coworkers.
Apple iOS 9 is here, and it includes significant updates and new features. After the mess that was iOS 8, should you even consider upgrading your old iPhone?
The One M9 and iPhone 6 are two metal phones that prioritize high-end looks and feel. If you do the same, let our latest flagship comparison help you figure out[...]
TL;DR Email is a new email client for iPhones that tries to make your emails more like text messages. It's our iOS app of the week.