Category: iOS apps


Yo closes out $1.5 million in funding in seed round

About a month ago, Yo was one of the most talked about applications on the internet. This simple notification app went viral based on the simplicity of its function. All it does is let you send ‘Yo’ notifications to your friends. If you thought the app was pointless when you heard about it, you definitely


Glympse on Kik

Kik Messenger partners with Glympse to give its users real-time location sharing

Kik has partnered with popular location-tracking service Glympse to give its users real-time location sharing. The partnership will allow Kik’s 120 million users to share their location, or request a friend to share their location using Glympse directly from a Kik conversation. Glympse can also automatically update the shared location via a handy live map



Uber delivering ice cream today across select Canadian cities

In case you haven’t already figured it out, the ball of excitement in the pit of your stomach is classified as “that Friday feeling,” and it’s happening because the weekend is here. To make things that much more exciting, Uber is hoping to to make your last weekday even better with the addition of on-demand ice



iTunes Pass arrives in Canada, lets you refill at an Apple Store

Apple users across North America can now add money to an iTunes account at a local Apple Store. iTunes Pass is now available in the United States, Canada, and Australia following a Japanese launch earlier this week. iTunes Pass is basically for those that don’t want to link their credit card to their iTunes account (or younger



Deezer now allowing web users to listen for free

Back in April, Deezer went free for mobile, allowing users on Android and iOS to listen to unlimited tunes for free through an ad-supported model. Now, the company is doing the same for its desktop-only or web-based player. This means the service is now reduced to just two tiers, the free version, which users can