• A Google Maps mistake filled this tiny Norwegian village with confused tourists

    A Google Maps mistake filled this tiny Norwegian village with confused tourists

    The culprit appears to be Google Maps, which has been sending travelers to the settlement, their cars and minibuses apparently clogging up its narrow roads.One resident told local media they’ve sent “hundreds of tourists away in no uncertainty that they’re on the wrong side of the fjord.
  • Our favorite fitness trackers make it more fun to keep moving

    Our favorite fitness trackers make it more fun to keep moving

    We’ve collected seven of our favorite fitness tracking wearables, to help make the buying process a little easier.This is the device for anyone who wants a fitness tracker, but is smartwatch-curious.
  • Protect your privacy with our 5 favorite security apps for iPhone

    Protect your privacy with our 5 favorite security apps for iPhone

    If you’re concerned about privacy, then we also strongly recommend using one of the best iOS VPN apps to safeguard your online activity.We’ve gathered together a list of some other iPhone security apps that you might want to try.
  • 12 Great iPhone Camera Apps

    12 Great iPhone Camera Apps

    As far back as 2011, even the pros recommended picking up an iPhone instead of a point-and-shoot camera.Back then, the iPhone had an 8-megapixel rear camera with a maximum aperture of f/2.
  • Soon, you’ll be able to complain to businesses directly on iMessage

    Soon, you’ll be able to complain to businesses directly on iMessage

    A short post about Business Chat is already showing on the company’s website ahead of an official unveiling on Friday, June 9 at this week’s WWDC event in San Jose, California.Launching as part of iOS 11 in the fall, Apple is touting Business Chat as “a powerful new way for businesses to connect with customers directly from within Messages.
  • Credit Karma (for Android)

    Credit Karma (for Android)

    " In signing up, you also agree to let Credit Karma pull your credit report from TransUnion and Equifax.For example, Credit Karma knows if you have a credit card with a balance.
  • Adobe Scan (for iPhone)

    Adobe Scan (for iPhone)

    I found Adobe Scan to be generally impressive, though there are alternatives that match or surpass it in some ways.Compare Similar ProductsCompare Evernote Scannable (for iPhone) %displayPrice% Microsoft Office Lens (for Android) %displayPrice% Abbyy FineScanner %displayPrice% Dropbox (for iPhone) %displayPrice% Microsoft OneNote (Web) %displayPrice% Getting Started Adobe Scan is a free iPad and iPhone app, though an in-app purchase raises its ugly head later, as I'll explain.
  • Hungry? These 9 food delivery apps bring deliciousness right to your door

    Hungry? These 9 food delivery apps bring deliciousness right to your door

    The UberEats App is a standalone delivery app that is currently available in major cities such as Chicago and Los Angeles.com is another delivery service that goes beyond the menu.
  • Credit Karma (for iPhone)

    Credit Karma (for iPhone)

    For example, Credit Karma knows if you have a credit card with a balance.You can do that with the Credit Karma app because you can see your entire credit report.
  • PG&E's Winning Recipe for a Mobile Asset Inspection App

    PG&E's Winning Recipe for a Mobile Asset Inspection App

    Energy company PG&E recently began digitizing physical asset inspection by building an iOS app that replaces error prone, paper-based processes.All of that has been streamlined by tying PG&E's Mobile Asset Inspection app to a platform that IT built with connections to SAP, a graphical information system (GIS), and Documentum enterprise applications.
  • PG&E's Winning Recipe for a Mobile Asset Inspection App

    PG&E's Winning Recipe for a Mobile Asset Inspection App

    Energy company PG&E recently began digitizing physical asset inspection by building an iOS app that replaces error prone, paper-based processes.That information flows into the enterprise platform PG&E built, which pushes electronic lists to inspectors' iPad Pros.
  • 17 Android Apps Actually Worth Paying For

    17 Android Apps Actually Worth Paying For

    Even though Google Play regularly outshines the App Store in total number of downloads, Apple users are far more willing than their Android counterparts to actually plunk down cash for their apps.My fellow Android users, it's unfortunate that you're not buying apps.
  • Mathway - Math Problem Solver (for iPad)

    Mathway - Math Problem Solver (for iPad)

    The Mathway - Math Problem Solver iPad app is 10 calculators rolled into one.Compare Similar ProductsCompare Incredible Numbers by Professor Ian Stewart (for iPad) %displayPrice% The Elements: A Visual Exploration %displayPrice% Molecules by Theodore Gray (for iPad) %displayPrice% Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomy (for iPad) %displayPrice% Notes on Blindness VR (for iPad) %displayPrice% Attenborough Story of Life (for iPad) %displayPrice% WolframAlpha (for iPad) %displayPrice% Show Your Work The basic Mathway app, which lets you solve problems using its virtual calculators, is free.
  • The Best Ways to Evaluate Your App

    The Best Ways to Evaluate Your App

    This is where user feedback and user evaluation comes in.Many app developers prioritize user feedback over other evaluation techniques, such as heuristic evaluation and A/B testing.
  • The Best Ways to Evaluate Your App

    The Best Ways to Evaluate Your App

    This is where user feedback and user evaluation comes in.Many app developers prioritize user feedback over other evaluation techniques, such as heuristic evaluation and A/B testing.
  • How to Enable 'Undo Send' in Gmail

    How to Enable 'Undo Send' in Gmail

    While Google can't exactly invent a time machine, its "Undo Send" feature within Gmail can recall a mistakenly sent message.Fire up the Gmail app on your iPhone or iPad.
  • The Best To-Do List Apps of 2017

    The Best To-Do List Apps of 2017

    If you haven't gone paperless with your to-do list yet, you're missing out.Recently, Microsoft acquired one of the best to-do apps on the market, Wunderlist, and has decided to stop supporting it as of April 2017.