CNN said Cloak, a free iPhone app, allows people to be virtually incognito by utilizing location check-ins from Instagram and Foursquare accounts of people in phonebooks.
Apple has had a good year. Besides introducing the iPad Air, Mac Pro, and iPhone 5s, the company has cashed in on its App Store like never before. On Tuesday, Apple announced that over $10 billion was spent on apps in 2013, with over $1 billion coming from the month of December alone.
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What has been available to Google accounts on the web and on Android for half a year is finally coming to iPhone: the Google Play Music subscription service has been released for iOS on Nov. 15.
This may sound like a really bad idea: Take a selfie of your breasts and send it in to a little-known company. They'll send you the perfect bra - they promise.
After a rocky start, BlackBerry Messenger is taking off, at least on iOS devices.
This week in social media Tumblr learned about a huge vulnerability that it subsequently fixed. But it also tried to fix NSFW content, and stirred up a bit of a fuss. Twitter also added a NSFW filter, but that was less controversial.
The Google Maps update - which is a huge improvement over the old version - is now out for iOS devices, and finally offers native iPad support. The web-based version is also now open for Google users.
The fifth anniversary of the Apple App Store is coming up this Wednesday July 10, and as part of its celebration, Apple is giving out some paid apps and games for free. Check out which ones you can get without shelling out any cash for a limited time.
Twitter released a revised version of its app for iPhones and Android devices that made taking, looking up, and tweeting photos even faster than before, with icons at the bottom of the tweet box that you can click to bring up your smartphone's camera and picture gallery, right while you are composing your tweet. This is certainly good news for people that primarily tweet photos. But with so many Twitter apps for iPhone, and so many possible ways you might use Twitter's services, it might be hard for some to find the right app. Well, today's you're lucky day. Here's five apps for iPhone that you might want to check out.
On Tuesday, Google released a new version of its Google+ mobile app for iOS, bringing Apple fans up to speed with Android users, who have had some of these features for about a week now. The newest incarnation of the app, version 4.4.0, is Google's 43rd update for their social networking application. Here's what the new Google+ will look like and feature on your iPhone.