eBay has officially released the eBay app for the Apple Watch, so now your wrist can buy and sell on the go.
Yesterday’s WWDC was full of all sorts of interesting announcements for all sorts of Apple-related operating systems. A lot of really impressive stuff is in the works, but the most significant change for the Apple Watch has got to be allowing for native apps (i.e. apps that are installed directly on the watch rather than piggybacking over from the iPhone).
Throw another log on the "Now Supporting Apple Watch" fire, because Words With Friends is doing the thing. The wrist thing. I mean it supports the Apple Watch.
Granted it's still in its relative infancy, but the Apple Watch has been a bit lacking when it comes to third-party apps thanks to WatchKit not really allowing developers to do much other than create a window to a larger iPhone app. Now it looks like Watch OS 2 is going to change that.
There have been quite a lot of significant announcements during today's WWDC, but I think my personal favorite has got to be Slide Over for iOS 9.
The Maps app has been going through some growing pains, but it has been getting better. Its upcoming iOS 9 iteration looks to be even better with the addition of a new Transit view.
Today's WWDC keynote has been full of all sorts of Apple announcements, including a fair few for Apple Pay and Passbook.
Apples to Apples, byMattel, is a fun card combination game where players try to create hilarious matchups between a topic and subject - such as matching "Glamourous" with "Bigfoot" - and it's now available as a mobile app where you can play in groups of up to five players.
King Digital Entertainment has launched AlphaBetty Saga, a spelling game of mousetastic proportions. You'll play as the adventerous Betty - a mouse who explores the world with her grandfather, Professor Alpha. Together they are searching for a legendary book called the Encyclopedia of Everything.
We’d all love to make video games, right? Odds are you’ve got a cool idea but no way to realize such potential. Well, one Pixel Press' Kickstarter project could be just the thing you’re looking for. It’s called Bloxels, and it lets you build a game out of physical blocks.
[Still deciding whether or not Chaos Rings III is the mobile JRPG for you? Take a look at our review]
Are you feeling a bit out of sorts when jumping back and forth between Chaos Rings III’s Story and Colosseum modes? Are some fights giving you trouble? Then have a seat (or more likely just keep sitting) and take a gander at our tips and tricks guide.
Star Wars: Uprising, by Kabam, Disney, and Lucasfilm, continues the indomintable series following "Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi" - but now it takes place before "The Force Awakens."
Going from subways to dragons makes about as much sense as anything else, and that's what we've got SYBO Games for. Their new endless runner flyer, Blades of Brim, is out now and ready for your dragon-riding skills.
har•mo•ny is a special kind of frustrating brain teaser that's actually quite enjoyable. The same goes forhar•mo•ny 2, and at this point I think it's safe to assume that the recently announcedhar•mo•ny 3 will also follow suit.