Apps

App of the week: Suzy Cube

App of the week: Suzy Cube

She’s a bit of a square, but Suzy Cube has what it takes when it comes to top-notch 3D platforming on your phone.
By Craig Grannell Jul 16 2018, 10:33AM
Timehop discovers hackers swiped even more data than updates, notifications

Timehop discovers hackers swiped even more data than updates, notifications

Intruders who infiltrated Timehop's cloud infrastructure came in through an admin account not protected with two-factor authentication and exfiltrated access keys removed more data than originally believed.
By Teri Robinson Jul 13 2018, 12:02PM
Twitter ditches 70 million fake accounts in May, June

Twitter ditches 70 million fake accounts in May, June

Twitter suspended more than 70 million fake accounts in May and June - about one million accounts a day, but its efforts to purge malicious and spam accounts may have contributed to a 9.8% plunge in stock.
By Teri Robinson Jul 11 2018, 11:05AM
App of the week: AudioKit Synth One Synthesizer

App of the week: AudioKit Synth One Synthesizer

This open-source pro-level and feature-packed iPad synth will be music to your ears.
By Craig Grannell Jul 9 2018, 11:08AM
Google, Mozilla boot Stylish from add-on stores after it collects data on browsing histories

Google, Mozilla boot Stylish from add-on stores after it collects data on browsing histories

The Stylish app, once the browser extension darling of web users looking to hide distractions and gussy up webpages, has been turned into what a software engineer calls a "covert surveillance tool,".
By Teri Robinson Jul 9 2018, 10:34AM
App of the Week: Unfold

App of the Week: Unfold

Up your Insta game this summer.
By Jessica Derwent Jul 6 2018, 11:18AM
App of the week: Adobe Spark Post

App of the week: Adobe Spark Post

Adobe shakes up graphic design on Android with a happy tappy slice of mobile magic.
By Craig Grannell Jul 2 2018, 10:56AM
Twitter adds U2F support to prevent phishing, spam & fake accounts

Twitter adds U2F support to prevent phishing, spam & fake accounts

To better secure user accounts, Twitter announced it will soon be offering support for Universal Two-Factor (U2F) as part of its effort to fight spam and malicious automation.
By Robert Abel Jul 2 2018, 10:41AM
Instagram Lite is here so you can cut out Instagram’s clutter

Instagram Lite is here so you can cut out Instagram’s clutter

Instagram follows in the footsteps of Facebook with the launch of a lightweight version on Google Play.
By Vaughn Highfield Jun 29 2018, 10:22AM
Instagram introduces group video chat for some reason

Instagram introduces group video chat for some reason

You can now have group video chats in three of Facebook's products.
By Staff Writer Jun 28 2018, 10:12AM
Fortnite for Android scam uncovered

Fortnite for Android scam uncovered

Cyber-criminals are taking advantage of gamer's insatiable desire, and lack of patience, for the latest hot game in order to lead unsuspecting gamers into a well-constructed click fraud scam.
By Doug Olenick Jun 25 2018, 10:58AM
App of the week: Silly Walks

App of the week: Silly Walks

Dodder for your life and save your fruity chums in this very silly one-thumb arcade game.
By Craig Grannell Jun 20 2018, 11:01AM
MysteryBot Android trojan aims at banking apps

MysteryBot Android trojan aims at banking apps

Security researchers have discovered a new type of malware that combines three-legged threat with a banking trojan, keylogger, and mobile ransomware in one package.
By Jun 18 2018, 12:05PM
Google App Maker gives end users a low-code way to automate tasks

Google App Maker gives end users a low-code way to automate tasks

LoB users can build their own apps to fill holes missed by traditional CRM and HCM.
By Staff Writer Jun 18 2018, 8:54AM
You can now delete messages you've sent on Snapchat using Clear Chats, even if they haven't been viewed - here's how

You can now delete messages you've sent on Snapchat using Clear Chats, even if they haven't been viewed - here's how

Plus updates to Bitmoji and Friendmoji.
By Staff Writer Jun 13 2018, 10:33AM
App of the week: Homo Machina

App of the week: Homo Machina

In this surreal puzzler, a human body becomes a vast factory managed by tiny people.
By Craig Grannell Jun 12 2018, 12:54PM
App of the week: Obscura 2

App of the week: Obscura 2

An iPhone camera that perfectly merges minimal, modern design with tactile one-thumb manual controls.
By Craig Grannell Jun 4 2018, 12:38PM
After eight years in development, Camera+2 is finally released

After eight years in development, Camera+2 is finally released

And about time!
By Chris Wiles May 31 2018, 12:32PM
Russia demands that Apple removes Telegram from App Store

Russia demands that Apple removes Telegram from App Store

Regulator seeks to restrict users' access to encrypted messaging app as usage continues.
By Staff Writer May 30 2018, 9:05AM
App of the week: Procreate Pocket

App of the week: Procreate Pocket

Finger painting goes pro for the iPhone generation.
By Craig Grannell May 29 2018, 12:41PM