BBC, CNN, The New York Times, Twitter -- the social media service is quietly downplaying its "social networking" role and positioning itself as a "news" app on the App Store.
With an ever-growing selection in the App Store, it can be near impossible to cut through all the clutter. To help get you started, we've distilled some of our favorites down to just five must-haves.
The Grammarly app examined famous people's tweets for National Grammar Day, and the Microsoft co-founder came in second. You'll never guess to whom. You'll also never imagine who's last.
Apple has agreed to refund one father from Somerset, after his daughter racked up a huge bill through in-app purchases.
As part of an agreement with the FTC, Apple also must change its billing practices to require consent from consumers before charging them for in-app purchases.
Apple's annual developers conference kicks off with a hilarious parody satirizing everything from Angry Birds to the power of the App Store.
Appearing on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the actor demonstrates just how easy it is for him to reenact the dating app in the real world.
Samsung has updated its business-focused Knox with a dedicated app store and split billing so you can pay for work and personal calls separately.
Optus customers will now be able to charge app, game and TV show purchases from Google Play directly to their monthly bill, without having to enter credit card details with every purchase.
The new Slidejoy app turns your Android phone's lock screen into a billboard, and some of the money that advertisers like Macy's and Adidas pay to place the ads ends up in your pocket.
Legislators vote on a bill to require charging state tax for online purchases, a leaked e-mail could provide clues on the next Xbox, and a new photo app channels your inner Snoop Dogg.