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Apple Removes 500px Photo Sharing App From App Store

01/22/2013, When it comes to the Apple App Store, you can say that Cupertino keeps quite a tight rein on things, where every single app will have to go through some pretty stringent measures and quality control before they are approved for release. Having said that,...

Temple Run 2 Dashes To The Top Of App Store

01/17/2013, Temple Run 2 debuted on iOS earlier today, which many of us at the Ubergizmo offices have been completely hooked for the majority of our day. It looks though we’re not the only ones who have noticed Imangi Studios’ sequel to its extremely...

App Store Hits 40 Billion Downloads

01/07/2013, In the midst of all the sprawling happening at CES 2013, Apple broke the news that its App Store has already seen over 40 billion downloads since its official launch. What’s even more impressive is the news that Apple users have downloaded the 20...

App Store Gifting Comes To iOS 6

12/14/2012, When iOS 6 was launched, iDevice users saw the end of the ability to gift apps from the App Store. Although Apple did not explain why, the newly redesigned App Store could hold the answer to the sudden demise of the cool feature. Today, however, Apple...

Could Apple Deny App Store Access to Google Maps?

11/05/2012, So Apple’s mapping program included with iOS 6 isn’t the greatest. The app may be a bit disappointing, but hey, it’s hard to make decent maps. What would be inexcusable is if Google submitted a functioning app to the Apple-controlled App...

Apple investigates in-app purchase exploit

07/13/2012, Remember the in-app purchase exploit that allowed people to make in-app purchases without paying for them? Well, it looks like Apple has caught wind of the story and is currently investigating the problem. No word on how such an exploit managed to get...

App Store in-app purchases circumvented by hacker

07/13/2012, While we know that Apple is really tight on security when it comes to its operating systems and App Store, it looks like they’ve still got some work to do. According to reports online, a Russian developer  discovered a way to bypass Apple’s...

Apple fixes iOS 6 App Store bug

07/09/2012, Apple’s App Store sure has been in the limelight a lot recently – last week it was said to be pushing out corrupted updates and a spamming app even managed to sneak past its moderators. This week the folks over at 9to5Mac reported about a bug...

Apple fixes App Store bug

07/06/2012, Good news for those of you who’ve encountered problems after updating your apps on the Apple App Store. According to reports online, Apple has announced that the problem has been resolved and shouldn’t occur again. Apparently the problem...

Apple responds to the crashing apps scandal

07/05/2012, Earlier today, we reported to you about Apple’s App Store that was rumored to be flooded with corrupt apps. This was first observed by Marco Arment, the creator of the popular bookmarking app Instapaper. If his statement is believed to be true, then...

Apple App Store’s first spam sending app pulled

07/05/2012, After being reported for pushing out corrupted updates, it looks like the Apple App Store is in the news again. According to reports online, “Find and Call”, the first ever spam-sending app managed to make its way onto the Apple App store. The...

Apple’s App Store reportedly flooded with corrupt apps

07/05/2012, Apple has over 650,000 apps on its App Store. That’s a lot of applications compared to Google’s 600,000 apps on Google Play and Microsoft’s 100,000 apps in its Windows Phone Marketplace. But if your favorite apps such as Instapaper and...

Fourth of July sale launched in the App Store

07/04/2012, If Sega’s Fourth of July sale wasn’t enough for the gaming nerd in you, then brace yourself because there’s more in the App Store. The App Store is launching its Fourth of July sale today, unlocking great and cheap games for your iOS...