April seems to have flown by, but a decent amount of stuff has happened. We saw more glimpses of plenty of upcoming films including Star Wars, Jurassic World, andMad Max: Fury Road. Super hero sequel Avengers: Age of Ultron came out, and it was awesome, LG announced the G4 smartphone at long last, we found out more…
This goes out to the Windows Phone users who've been envious of their iPhone- and Android-using peer's ability to snap six-second video loops. Today, Vine comes to the Windows Phone. Yay.
iPhones. iPads. Android. Windows Phone. We've updated all of our essential apps lists to include a few forgotten favorites, some long awaited arrivals and, as always, even more amazing apps. Check them out!
Keeping track of battery life on your phone can be a major stressor for the obsessive compulsive. Battery Status is the perfect app to put those worries to bed.
Santa is already in action in Asia and Europe. Where is he exactly? NORAD will tell you on this lovely Christmas Eve.
If you had a Nokia cell phone long, long ago—and if you were alive then, you probably did—the best time murdering/happy fun time you could do with it was to play Snake. Those buttons were a joy to push! But even in the crowded sea of smartphone games now, nothing is quite as addictive as Snake was. That's why the…
Like people, most apps are really dumb, but we like them anyway. And that's OK because everything need not be smart all the time. Here's a welcome dose of lovable dumb fun for Windows Phone.
Windows Phone just got an official Vimeo app. Like its Android and iOS counterparts, the app gives you streamlined access to all of Vimeo's content. More importantly, it brings mobile uploads to Windows Phone so you can get that instant viral video up faster than ever.
Congratulations on your new iPhone/iPad/Android/Windows Phone! You must have a been a good boy or girl. In fact, you've been so good that you may as well treat yourself to some of the very best apps that'll make your shiny new gadget sing.
Previously, if you weren't on Windows, you couldn't take full advantage of all the awesomeness that was in SkyDrive, Microsoft's neato cloud storage service. Not anymore! They've just released an iOS app that'll let you upload photos, files, documents and manage SkyDrive folders straight from your iPhone.
It took a million zillion years, but Spotify is finally on Windows Phone. Our favorite streaming service is looking mighty pretty in its new Metro duds—almost enough to forgive it for being so late to the party.
Windows Phone is no longer the lonely nerd in the streaming music cafeteria—Spotify has arrived, and it looks beautiful.
The Windows Phone 7.5 update finally let third party apps work in the background. Rdio, now in 3.0 and our favorite music player app on Windows Phone not named Zune, has taken full advantage: it can stream music in the background now. WOOHOO.
Coupled with the news that the Xbox 360 is getting full-on TV, WP7 Phones will join in with a new Xbox Companion app. Everything you'll want to watch will be controllable right from your smartphone.
Pulse, the slick and pretty RSS reader-ish app on iPhone, Android and iPad, is now available for the equally slick and pretty Windows Phone. If you're not familiar, Pulse takes a bunch of news sources and transforms them into a pretty gorgeous collection of tiles. Reading doesn't have to be a snoozefest, you know.