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Reports show Apple may let you try some third-party iOS apps without installing them on your iPhone by scanning a QR code.
Reddit recently launched Polls, a new post type that encourages users on the platform to more easily share their opinion by voting.
To keep your creative juices flowing while you're stuck at home, Moog and Korg have made two of their iOS or Android apps free, for a limited time.
Facebook is rolling out a new version of Messenger on iOS, which it says is "faster, smaller and simpler," having been built "from the ground up."
After launching its 3D Photos feature back in 2018, Facebook is now using AI to create 3D photos from pretty much any standard 2D picture.
After rolling out its (much) smaller Pinterest Lite app, last year, Pinterest has now announced the app is being launched globally.
GitHub, the world's leading collaboration platform for coders is now going mobile with a new beta Github mobile app for iOS and Android.
Google is deprecating its AdSense iOS and Android app, and will be removing it from the app stores by the end of the year.
As part of Facebook's effort to appeal to younger users, one of the company's "secret" project groups has launched a new meme-making app called Whale.
Adobe's Creative Cloud has now made 1,300 fonts available for free on iOS or iPadOS, for anyone who downloads the Abobe Creative Cloud app.