Since almost the dawn of on-device app stores, a theme has emerged: third-party app developers tend to focus more on iOS than on Android. The discrepancy began in the very early days of this mobile platform generation and has persisted even today. Despite the fact that Android has a much larger share of the global smartphone market, developers in general seem much more focused on Apple's iOS platform than on Android
Revolut, a digital only bank that says it is signing up over 120 businesses per day, has launched a new services for their business customers – Revolut Connect. This new feature is described as an “App store” for businesses to help provide easier access to... Read More
Five years after Amazon's FreeTime Unlimited made its debut on Amazon devices powered by Android, the app is bringing its benefits on iOS. Amazon has just announced that the kid-friendly FreeTime Unlimited app is now available for download via App Store. For those unaware, FreeTime Unlimited offers children unlimited access to more than 10,000 books specifically curated for a young audience, as well as movies and TV shows with iconic characters from Disney, PBS Kids, Nickelodeon and Nick Jr., Marvel and Amazon Originals. FreeTime Unlimited is a subscription service for which Amazon ...
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) now joins Twitter (NYSE:TWTR), Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) in banning cryptocurrency-related advertisements. The company’s latest App Store review guidelines also essentially prohibit cryptocurrency mining on iOS ...
A whole bunch of apps are on the Google Play app store and throughout the web suggesting they’ll give you access to Fortnite. In reality, there IS a way to play Fortnite on Android, but it’s not the same as iOS, and it’s NOT a regular app you can download and run on its own. If you see an app … Continue reading
Amazon FreeTime Unlimited is now available to download from the Apple App Store for $2.99 a month. Up to four users can access content across compatible tablets, phones, e-readers, and smart speakers. Read more...
Amazon FreeTime Unlimited just made the jump to to the Apple App Store. This service for children ages three to twelve offers thousands of books, movies, and games for a flat monthly fee. The service launched years ago on Amazon’s own tablets, but only became available for iPad and iPhone today. FreeTime Unlimited boasts a
Amazon’s subscription service for kid-friendly videos and books, FreeTime Unlimited, is now available on the iOS App Store. The app is a free download, but depends upon a monthly subscription to work. FreeTime Unlimited has been available for nearly six years, and currently offers access to over 10,000 TV shows, movies, and books aimed at children
Five and half years after it launched, one of the more popular apps for kids’ reading and entertainment has finally arrived on the iOS. Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, the e-commerce giant’s subscription service for children 3-12 that gives unlimited access to 10,000 books, movies and TV shows for $2.99 per month for up to four users
Two of Anker's popular Bluetooth speakers are on sale today for up to 44% off as Amazon's Deal of the Day. First up is the SoundCore Mini featuring a 5W driver, Bluetooth 4.0, microSD, AUX in, and FM radio. Regularly priced at $29.98, the speaker has been discounted to $16.88. Share Article: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Email, Reddit, Digg, Delicious, StumbleUpon Follow iClarified: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Newsletter, App Store, YouTube
Apple is giving customers 15 percent off purchases made in the Adidas iOS app when users buy the merchandise with Apple Pay. According to news from Cult of Mac, the promotion runs through June 28. The Adidas app can be downloaded, free of charge, from the App Store. The company continues to find ways to attract