AppGratis is building an HTML5-based web application in a move to continue its mobile app discovery and deals service free from restrictions imposed by Apple.
Twitter officially launched its much anticipated #music discovery and sharing app via Apple's iOS platform and the Web.
Apple's App Store generated revenues 2.6x greater than the rival Google Play storefront during the first quarter of 2013, down from a multiple of 4x during the fourth quarter of 2012, analytics provider App Annie reports.
A document obtained by Business Insider indicates that AppGratis charged iOS developers large sums of cash to vault their applications to the top of Apple's App Store download rankings.
Time Warner Cable said it'll launch an upgrade for its Apple iOS app on Wednesday that will allow subscribers to view live and video-on-demand programming from several networks outside the home.
Google rolled out an updated version of its YouTube video application for Apple's iOS, highlighted by support for live streaming.
Facebook plans to bring select features of its new Home launcher Google's Android to its mobile social networking app for Apple's iOS.
NEW YORK--Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs said the company's Firefox OS-based smartphones will be available in June in Brazil, Poland, Portugal, Spain and Venezuela, before coming to 11 more countries this year.
AppGratis has launched an online petition in an effort to persuade Apple to restore its iOS application discovery service to the App Store.
If Apple is unwilling to budge on its rule 2.25 ("Apps that display Apps other than your own for purchase or promotion in a manner similar to or confusing with the App Store will be rejected") then will app discovery services be pushed to mobile websites only? And more importantly, is it possible to garner that much influence over iOS users without going through an Apple-approved app?