Entries in 'apps' (25)
The indie studio behind an artistic title exploring the sensation of sexual pleasure has lashed out at Apple after it was told to drastically alter its game to be approved ...
The long-awaited cinematic arrival of Star Wars: The Force Awakens has certainly awoken a renewed interest in Star Wars apps.
As mobile users become increasingly wary of monetisation initiatives within apps, Google is reportedly modifying its marketplace to warn customers about in-app advertisements.
DeNA has said that all of the games it currently has in development for Nintendo will be free-to-play.
Retailer Amazon has said that developers who have signed up to its Amazon Underground ecosystem are enjoying a surge in revenues.
With the App Store and Google Play seemingly dominated by a handful of studios, many developers may believe there is little to no chance of generating significant revenue from the ...
UK advertising regulator the ASA has removed Moshi Monsters from its ‘name and shame’ list, having pointed fingers at the game earlier this week.
New data revealing the top 25 most popular mobile apps in the US for June 2015 shows Facebook out in front, while games are no where to be found.
Greg Zeschuk has announced his return to games, with the Bioware co-founder chairing Vancouver-based studio Biba.
Microsoft will reportedly turn retail Xbox One hardware into development kits and open up app creation to all developers.
Sony will discontinue a few notable PlayStation Vita features in its upcoming series of system software updates.
Apple’s App Store has reached the ripe old age of six, and as of right now contains some 1,252,777 apps.
Nearly 85 per cent of the top 50 grossing apps on Apple's app store and Android's Google Play shop, a new study claims.
A request by the US Federal Trade Commission designed to ease the problem of children making in-app purchases is reportedly being resisted by Amazon.
There’s some money on offer for those who subscribed to Xbox Live to use services such as Netflix.
Western mobile game devs are being offered a new route into the lucrative Asian digital games market.
As well as not ushering in tax breaks, last week’s Budget may have brought with it another bad piece of gaming news.
A new report says that games spending on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store overtook portable gaming last year.
The Pokemon Bank and Pokemon Transporter apps will arrive on 3DS later this month, Nintendo has announced.
There will be a total of ten apps available on PS4 in the UK when the machine launches.
Sony has announced which digital entertainment apps will be available when the PlayStation 4 launches in America.
Microsoft has outlined what apps will be offered to Xbox One owners between launch and spring 2014.
Endemol, the UK production company behind Deal or No Deal and Big Brother, is expanding to app publishing.
Ubisoft has released a Watch Dogs spin-off app that’s available now on iOS and Android.
Infinity Blade II and Tiny Wings are just some of the games you can download for free today as part of the iOS App Store's 5th birthday celebrations.