Google Maps for iOS has been updated, its capable of telling users if there’s a faster route available to their destination.
Facebook is launching a mobile app for reading shared newsfeeds that will compete against the likes of Flipboard, Zite and Google Currents.
Merging is as crucial of a term now as it is in the past, but for Apple that term does not apply to iOS and OSX.
SwiftKey is revered as one of the best third-party keyboards available on Android, and a leak suggests it could make its way to iOS as a note-taking app.
Apple has confirmed that it is working on a fix for the random reboots some users have been facing on iOS 7.
Apple devices bring in more revenue for advertisers and developers despite Android’s far greater share of the market, news at 11.
In a bid to increase its market share in India, Apple has relaunched the iPhone 4 in the country at an exorbitant price of $370 (INR 22,900) for the 8GB model.
Two-way video calls can now be done in high-definition on Skype for iOS, at least on the latest iPhone and iPads.
Facebook is finally getting its mobile strategy right with Messenger, which is the most widely-used mobile messaging app. This year the social network is aiming for a bigger share of mobile users’ attention with a series of standalone apps.
Google creeps in on iTunes Store’s territory with its new app for iOS devices.
Twitter is bringing the look and feel of its own Android and iOS app to twitter.com on the web, in the aim of making the app’s look and feel more consistent across platforms.
Microsoft has added the option to cache music locally in an update to Xbox Music for iOS.
The third beta of iOS 7.1 is now available to developers, bringing with it numerous interface tweaks and improvements.
Market research reveals that the iPhone has lost market share while Android and Windows Phone have climbed further.
Throughout the 2013 holiday season, iOS has lead Android in U.S. online shopping and sales.
More than a decade after it launched on the PlayStation, the original Tomb Raider has quietly made its way to Apple’s mobile platform.
Apple has started seeding the second beta of iOS 7.1 to registered developers, taking yet another step towards unveiling the first major iterative update to iOS 7.
The most popular Grand Theft Auto of the PS2 era has made its way onto the mobile market via iOS, with Android and Windows Phone versions coming soon.
Twitter has updated its mobile apps for iOS and Android with better swiping features and embedded photos in direct messages.
Apple has released its annual 12 Days of Gifts app and this time around, it has included U.S. customers as well.