Apple has named its picks for the best apps and games of 2019. The list includes the best iPhone app, iPad app, Mac app, iPhone game, iPad game, and Mac game, all according to Apple itself. So if you’re looking for recommendations, you’ve come to the right place. Apple Picks its Winners The best apps
There are lots of music streaming services around, and three of the biggest are Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play Music. Right now, each service competes with the others on pretty equal footing. The problem is, you only need to subscribe to one of them. So, in this article we take a closer look at
Apple has launched a new Apple Music feature. In a nutshell, Apple Music Replay compiles your favorite songs into playlists. Replay also provides you with statistics based on your listening habits. Providing a fascinating insight into your music tastes. While we usually rail against companies collecting data on its users, it’s one of the benefits
The Roku app now supports Apple Watch. This means you can use your Apple Watch to control your Roku device, launch channels on your TV, issue voice commands, and even find your Roku remote. All from the smartwatch wrapped around your wrist. What Can You Do With the Roku App on Apple Watch? Roku announced
In this week’s packed show, Christian Cawley and James Frew cover everything from the Apple TV app on Amazon Fire Sticks to Halloween movies. On the way, free VPNs, record players, giant squids, reducing smartphone use, managing the Screen Time feature on macOS, and the latest installment of Christian’s Samsung tablet repair. Is it fixed?