Tag Archives: Apps

‘Invisible Address Book’ concept totally rethinks Contacts on iOS

How often do you open the Contacts app? For me, I could count the number of occasions on one hand. In many ways, it’s an archaic method of organizing and storing phone numbers and addresses of friends, family and colleagues that evolved from the paper address book many had sat beside their landline telephones of yesteryear. It is useful for this purpose,…

Your favorite apps reimagined for Apple Watch

Wondering what popular iOS apps will look like on Apple Watch? Well, digital agency Huge has decided to mock up several of the world’s favorite apps for the small screen taking into account the both the new interaction possibilities and limitations the device presents: The Apple Watch is not like existing interfaces. Its potential lies in its limitations:…

App Store developers open up about sales numbers for popular apps Monument Valley, Crossy Road and Overcast

A number of popular App Store developers have opened up about sales numbers for 2014, each showing how different business models can succeed in there App Store. It’s always interesting to get a glimpse into the business side of app development and usually pretty rare because no one really likes to talk about money. The devs behind two quality and hugely…

The TiP Weekly: Bumper 2014 retrospective/2015 speculation edition

It’s the first weekend of 2015 and that can only mean one thing — it’s time for The TiP Weekly! We took a short break over the holidays — and how you all did too! — but we’re back this week with a bumper edition of the Weekly catching you up on all of Apple news from the last two weeks. As you know, tech moves fast and it can be hard to…

2014 in Review: The biggest Apple stories of the year

As 2014 draws to a close, it’s a great opportunity to look back at the last twelve months and take stock of the events that unfolded. For Apple, 2014 was an important year. As usual, little happened in the first half of the year in terms of new product announcements, prompting cries of Apple’s impending doom from some, and from WWDC onwards Apple…