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Square Register is no longer US-only, goes global with support for 130 currencies

Square Register is no longer US-only, goes global with support for 130 currencies

By 8 hours ago

If you've been eager to try Square Register at your business, but were unable to because of its US-only limitation, you'll be glad to know the free point-of-sale app is now available worldwide. Square Register is different from Square Reader, Square's... >>

Dropbox's Carousel now works for iPad and web, with Android tablet version coming soon

Dropbox's Carousel now works for iPad and web, with Android tablet version coming soon

By 9 hours ago

Remember Carousel? That app from Dropbox that automatically backs up your photos and displays them in a carousel? Well, it's now available for web and tablets. In April, when Carousel for iPhone and Android unveiled, Dropbox had described its new smartphone... >>

Bux: An iPhone app that makes the stock market a game

Bux: An iPhone app that makes the stock market a game

By 19 November 2014

Over the course of the day we've made just over 100 Bux and then managed to lose it all before regaining half before going to bed. We've been playing Bux you see, a new app that taps into the world of day trading, allowing you to play certain stocks to... >>

Best iPhone accessories and apps to get for Christmas

Best iPhone accessories and apps to get for Christmas

By 19 November 2014

Christmas is but a hare's breath away and it's time to decide what to give granny/little Johnny/sis/the cat as an annual token of affection. And that can be a daunting decision, with each year passing making it harder to a) think of what to buy them,... >>

Sex Pistols’ John Lydon addicted to iPad apps, spends £10,000 on in-app purchases

Sex Pistols’ John Lydon addicted to iPad apps, spends £10,000 on in-app purchases

By 19 November 2014

Former Sex Pistols and Public Image Limited front man John Lydon has admitted that he became addicted to iPad apps, specifically in-app purchases, which cost him a staggering £10,000 before he realised that it was getting out of hand. Speaking to the... >>

Here are the Pebble apps you should download to your watch right now

Here are the Pebble apps you should download to your watch right now

By 19 November 2014

This year could be described as the year of the smartwatch, but don't believe for one second that Pebble, one of the most popular watches, has fallen behind the competition. On the contrary, Pebble's app store offers thousands of apps and watch faces... >>

You can now use PayPal on Pebble to pay for things while out and about

You can now use PayPal on Pebble to pay for things while out and about

By 18 November 2014

Pebble wants you to know that you don't need Apple Watch with Apple Pay in order to pay for goods while on the go. You can just use Pebble, with Paypal. Pebble has announced that a PayPal app is now available from the Pebble app store. And to top it all... >>

Attention app developers: You can now make stuff for Apple Watch

Attention app developers: You can now make stuff for Apple Watch

By 18 November 2014

Apple has launched WatchKit. Most of you probably don't care about this piece of software, but you should: it gives developers the necessary tools to create experiences for Apple Watch (that fancy new wrist-worn gadget Apple plans to release next year).... >>

Facebook's new app is just for Facebook Groups: Here's how it works

Facebook's new app is just for Facebook Groups: Here's how it works

By 18 November 2014

Another day, another new app from Facebook. It's no secret by now that Facebook wants to own and operate a family of apps. It has acquired popular apps like Instagram and WhatsApp, built clone apps like Slingshot, tried to launch new experiences like... >>

What's new in WhatsApp? Blue ticks, security, and new features explained

What's new in WhatsApp? Blue ticks, security, and new features explained

By 18 November 2014

Following similar moves by Apple and Google, WhatsApp has started encrypting data. Apple And Google encrypt data stored on iPhones and Android devices by default, and now the world's most popular messenger - or at least the Android version - will do the... >>