Over the past few hours, a number of MacRumors readers have reported seeing dozens or even hundreds of pending app updates showing in the App Store on their iOS devices, including for many apps that were already recently updated by the users. In many cases, the dates listed on these new app updates extend back as far as ten days.
A newly reported iOS bug appears to be impacting a significant portion of Apple's user base on Friday, with the error seemingly stemming from the operating system's Family Sharing feature.
The updates build on Slack's desktop revamp back in March, which aimed to make the user interface more intuitive and organized.
A recent bug stemming from the Family Sharing feature of iOS and iPadOS is preventing users from being able to run apps they already own on their devices. Here's how to fix it while Apple prepares to patch the issue.
Popular secure messaging app Signal can be exploited to map out a user’s movement patterns.
Version 2.0 of Google's Podcasts app is currently rolling out, bringing CarPlay support for users on iPhone and iPad, according to the app's release notes.
A large number of reissued updates for iOS apps were made available through the App Store on Sunday, an unusual event that appears to be Apple's temporary fix for its Family Sharing bug until a more permanent repair is made.
Twitter is my favorite social network, and I’ve used it with several different clients — including Echofon, Twitterrific, Tweetbot, the official Twitter app, and some others that doesn’t even exist anymore. Now I’ve decided to give a chance to Neptune. This new Twitter client is focused on simplicity, allowing users to navigate without distractions like ads and a non-chronological timeline.
Google is adding Dark Mode support to its Google Search apps for iOS and Android, with the new feature to begin rolling out tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time.
Microsoft is rolling out a new Family Safety app for mobile devices to a select number of testers that provides screen-time limits, location sharing, driving reports, and more.
Spend Stack is a powerful budgeting app designed for iPhone and iPad, with a focus on using running totals and factoring in promotions, tax, and more. A new update to the app today brings support for importing your Apple Card statement, iPadOS cursor optimization, and more. Today’s update to Spend Stack brings support for editable
In addition to introducing Face ID changes for mask usage and the Exposure Notification API, iOS 13.5 adds a new feature for sharing Medical ID information.