Instagram is now the top free iPhone app on Apple's App Store. The app saw a huge surge of downloads after Facebook announced it is acquiring the company for approximately $1 billion.
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iDownloader is an app that lets you download videos, music, photos, documents, and more, and store them and view them directly on your iPhone.
A record 1.2 billion apps were downloaded by iPhone and Android owners in the last week of 2011, according to figures
Apple's iPad has seen more than 3 billion downloads, while Android tablets only have had approximately 440 million by comparison.
Android to take the app top spot this year...
The company has added a function to Chrome that alerts users with a pop-up warning if they are downloading a malicious Windows application
SmartPlanet is proud to announce the availability of our first mobile apps for Apple's iPhone and Google Android-based smartphones. Download them here!
AT&T "systematically" overcharged iPhone and iPad owners by inflating data downloads and adding "phantom traffic" to bills, so claims a lawsuit filed in California federal court.
The CRM and platform-as-a-service provider is to launch Database.com, an enterprise-grade, on-demand database product
Keep up to date with the latest news from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
Who said there wasn't demand for a third-party browser on the iPhone platform?
By 2014, more than 130 million business customers are expected to use cloud-based mobile enterprise apps
Piracy rate as high as 75 percent on iPhone store, which sees 3 billion downloads, costs developers US$310 million, according to report.
The iPhone app can snag geolocation data, passwords, address book entries and email account information, all using just the public API that Apple has made available to developers.
Apple today announced that the App Store has surpassed two billion downloads. There are now more than 85,000 apps available to the more than 50 million iPhone and iPod touch customers worldwide.
If you're an iPhone owner, chances are you're one of the many people who have downloaded the B&N Bookstore app, or the B&N eReader app for the iPhone and iPod touch, which recently hit the one million mark.According to a press release from Barnes & Noble, Inc.
Apple once again beat Wall Street's estimates - highlighting the 5.2 million iPhones it sold during the third quarter - pushing shares up in after-hours trading.
We missed recording a show last week since I was in line for my iPhone 3GS, the first time, and so now have our second show of the week for you all to enjoy. James, Kevin, and I all started off MobileTechRoundup show #176 by talking about the announcement of the new HTC Hero and HTC Sense UI coming later this year. Palm seems to be doing well with Pre downloads, but needs to get their SDK out for applications to start filling up the Palm App Catalog. Kevin mentioned that iPhone tethering works with a simple provisioning file and then we each told how much we would be willing to pay for the service that should be coming to AT&T a bit later. There are a couple of slick new netbooks available from HP and ASUS and Kevin has one in his shopping cart. There won't be a show next week since we'll be off enjoying the 4th of July.
Vodafone is to offer its network APIs to developers in the hope of attracting applications that will run across different mobile operating systems
Remember near the end of March when Skype became available for download on the iPhone and iPod touch? Well, if you're one of the 37 million people who own either an iPod touch or an iPhone, you're likely to know what I'm talking about.
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