FCC Releases Speed Test App for iPhone
The Federal Communications Commission has made a network speed test application available to the iPhone. The app, which has been available to Android devices for several months, is meant to provide the FCC with feedback on the performance of the country's wireless network operators. The app does not collect personal data, but reports on the strength of the network and its responsiveness to download/upload requests. The app is free to install from the iTunes App Store.
Google Releases Android TV App for iPhone
Google recently made a remote control app for Android TV available to the iPhone. The app allows iPhone owners to access and control their Android TV device.
Microsoft Releases Selfie App for iPhone
Microsoft has made a photo-editing app available to the iPhone that targets selfies. The app, called Microsoft Selfie, lets people fine-tune their self portraits with various filters and enhancements.
AT&T Adds Touch ID Support to MyATT App
AT&T today made it possible for iPhone owners to use their fingerprint to sign into the myATT app. The personal account tool now supports Touch ID for quick, secure logins.
Apple's 'Move to iOS' App to Simplify Switching from Android
Apple revealed a new app meant to help people switch from Android devices to iOS devices called Move to iOS. The app can be used to transfer contacts, message history, photo/videos, browser bookmarks, email accounts, calendars, and music from Android handsets to an iPhone.
Sony Releases Messaging App for PlayStation Gamers
Sony recently made a stand-alone, mobile messaging app available to users of its PlayStation gaming console. The app, which requires a PlayStation Network account, lets gamers see which friends are online and available, send text or voice messages with photos and stickers, and swiftly access messaging groups and lists.