Entries in 'app store' (47)
Steve Howse’s Slither.io once again dominated the free UK App Store charts last week.
Clash of Clans developer Supercell is once again at the top of the App Store charts with its new title Clash Royale.
Apple has revealed that it had its biggest ever Christmas this year.
Minecraft dominates the iPad and iPhone paid charts.
YouTube superstar PewDiePie continues to be No.1 in the App Store charts this week.
Game of Thrones and Tales from the Borderlands are currently the only Telltale Games available to purchase from the Apple App Store.
Ndemic Creations' disease-based strategy game Plague Inc is No.1 this week in the iPhone charts, and takes second place in the iPad Top Ten.
It has emerged that a piece of Chinese malware was able to bypass Apple’s notoriously tough App Store safeguards.
The new Star Wars mobile game Uprising was the best-selling free-to-play title on iPad last week.
One of the App Store’s earliest success stories is among a list of older smartphone games being killed by publisher EA.
A Twitter feed that focuses solely on Apple expansive games offering has been launched.
Sega’s Football Manager Handheld and the Pocket Edition of Mojang’s Minecraft topped the iPhone and iPad charts respectively.
America’s mixed feelings on its relationship with the Confederate flag has led to a controversial decision from Apple to pull many games that contain it.
And we wonder why companies are increasingly shying away from the triple-A game space…
Some of the automated algorithms that have until recently been used to populate the Apple App Store have been replaced with a curated system.
Mojang’s blockbuster game Minecraft continues to take the top position in both of the iOS charts.
In its ongoing quest for complete transparency about in-app purchases, Apple has added the new Pay Once & Play category to the App Store.
Apple is rejecting games and updates that show images of guns or violence in their screenshots or app icons.
Consumers can now get a refund on any digital purchase made from Apple, no questions asked.
App Store developers combined to generate revenue exceeding $10bn in 2014, Apple has announced.
Free-to-play games are no longer listed as being ‘Free’ on the Apple App Store.
The market may be getting increasingly tough for Apple, but that isn’t stopping the continued growth of the App Store.
Apps that have no visibility at all – or “zombie apps” – make up 80 per cent of Apple's App Store library, new research from Adjust shows.
Apple’s App Store has reached the ripe old age of six, and as of right now contains some 1,252,777 apps.
Capcom's Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is out now on Apple's app store for iOS devices.