Thursday, January 18, 2018

Apple removes popular apps in Iran due to U.S. sanctions

Apple reportedly removed popular apps in Iran from its App Store on Friday, citing U.S. sanctions against the Middle Eastern country. Some of the...

Early Stage: This app promises to cure your drinking problem

Startup of the week: Who they are: DxRx Medical What they do: They built an app that helps people struggling with their alcohol use either cut...

Apple-Ikea app lets you arrange furniture on your iPhone

Need new furniture? Apple and Ikea are betting their upcoming augmented-reality app can get you shopping on your iPhone. The smartphone and furniture giants are...

Apple becomes a TV station with ‘Planet of the Apps’

Apple's first foray into original, scripted TV has made its debut. The first episode is free, but the rest of th series requires an Apple Music subscription. Source

Does he like you? Could she not care less? This app decodes your crush’s...

The Crushh app uses artificial intelligence to analyze response rates, punctuation, emoji usage and other clues in text message exchanges. Source

Here come the Munchkins: Waze to let users order ahead from Dunkin’ Donuts

More doughnuts on the road: Google's Waze traffic-navigation app will let you order ahead from Dunkin' Donuts. Source

14 things to know about America’s fastest-growing app

Here are some tidbits you might want to know about Bitmoji, America's fastest-growing app. Source

Apple removes New York Times apps in China in latest example of tech obstacles...

Bowing to China’s demands, Apple has removed apps by the New York Times from its app store there. It’s another reminder of the complicated issues Silicon Valley tech companies face in... Source

Google accounts — more than a million — hijacked by ‘Gooligan’ malware

More than a million Google accounts have been hijacked by "Gooligan" malware, according to the company and a cybersecurity firm. Source

Best Apps That Launched in 2016

Presenting to you some life-hacking...