That is right. Cortana – Microsoft’s digital assistant for Windows Phone – has been leaked. And we just tried it. Continue reading
Blue Apron has as a new iPhone and iPad app, and I have to say that, based on first impressions, it looks stunning. Continue reading
If you’re an Android user, and more specifically, a Google Messenger user, good news. The mobile app has received an upgrade that I’m sure, a lot of people will appreciate. Continue reading
With iOS 8, Apple introduced the possibility of installing third party keyboards. Flesky was one of the big names to first join the move. Continue reading
Looking on the Mac App Store I just found an app that could be very useful for people who are interested in protecting their privacy. Continue reading
If you are planning on taking some photographs of the fireworks this 4th of July, here are some apps that you can use on your iPhone, iPad or Android. Continue reading
SoundHound – the developer behind the music recognition system by the same name – has launched Hound, a new digital assistant for Android. We got an invite and tried it on the Moto G 2013, here is what we think. Continue reading
Browsing through the Play Store, I stumbled upon an interesting app for Android called Weather Time, which is featured in the section “Editor´s choice”. As a weather enthusiast, I decided to pay the $0.99 price tag and try it – hopefully, I won´t regret it. Continue reading
Facebook has released a new app called Hello. But do not, for one moment, think that it intends to compete with Whatsapp´s new VoIP calls (just this week, some iPhone users are able start using this feature as part of a “rollout”); that would be just stupid – Whatsapp was acquired by Facebook not too long ago. Continue reading
We´re close to finding the true – free and unlimited – Spotify replacement. Netease Music, a Chinese music app for Android wants to compete with the monthly-subscription service with a solution that we think it´s worth trying. Continue reading
I have SwiftKey installed on my Moto G, but to be honest, I don’t use it as much as I thought I would. Even with its swipe technology, I find myself typing normally, letter by letter, and sometimes that can be a slow process (I sometimes confuse letters and end up deleting an entire word because of a mistake). Continue reading
We love trying new stuff. Even though we’re not in the United States, we managed to try HBO Now, the new subscription app by, you guessed, HBO. Continue reading
Android Wear is a platform worth exploring: there are so many things you can do with an Android enabled watch. Continue reading
Tidal is a streaming service that enables you to listen to a “wide” selection of tracks in High Fidelity. Although it´s available in selected countries, including the United States, United Kingdom and Canada, we managed to try it in Mexico. Continue reading
Today Twitter released Periscope, an app focused on live streaming. How does it work? Pretty simple. Continue reading
Would you like to get Amazon UK vouchers for free?
The first episode of Angry Birds is now available.
Do you have a Windows Phone? Do you like free apps? Continue reading
The Mac App Store is full of limited time offers. Continue reading
Earn money by trying iOS apps.
Happy first birthday Google Play! Continue reading
Plants Vs. Zombies is available free on the App Store. Continue reading
As you may or may not know, here at EPELTECH we love free stuff – we just can’t get enough of it.
We finally got an invite to use Saga, a new assistant for iPhone. Continue reading
Nuance unveils Nina, the virtual assistant for iOS and Android apps. Continue reading
According to Peter Kafka of AllThingsD podcasts in iOS 6 will have a dedicated app come this fall. Continue reading
Download paid apps for free. Continue reading
Apple to release new apps. Continue reading
Discover free apps on your iPhone, iPod or iPad.
iOS 6 to include Facebook integration and app “Like” option. Continue reading