Apple iMovie (for iPhone)

Apple's mobile video editor is a stunning achievement of features and usability in a small format.

Alexa Lives in Your iPhone Now

Alexa is rolling out to the free Amazon shopping app for iPhone users in the US, providing access to the digital assistant on the go.

Adobe Premiere Clip (for iPhone)

Premiere Clip is Adobe's mobile app companion to Premiere Pro, and it offers useful lighting adjustment features and clip joining, trimming, and splitting tools. Still, it lacks templates, a choice of transitions, and video rotation.

Google Axing ‘Spaces’ Group-Sharing App

UPDATE: Less than a year after announcing Spaces, Google will shut it down April 17.

One Photo Not Enough? Instagram Now Lets You Post 10

A single Instagram post can now contain up to 10 photos or videos.

Acorns (for iPhone)

The Acorns app opens an investment account for you and automates micro contributions to help you get started. It's decent, but you might be better off going to a financial planner.

Next Pokemon Mobile Game Involves Mostly Useless Magikarp

Known in the Pokemon universe as the weakest of all Pokemon.

ForceField (for iPhone)

ForceField gives iPhone-wielding parents a degree of control over their children's activities on iOS and macOS devices, but some features didn't work correctly in our testing, and its pricing is way out of line with the competition.

Google Maps Now Lets You Create Lists of Places

You can share your lists with others, and follow the lists your friends and family share with you.

Apple Clips (for iPhone)

You can find each of the video tricks in Apple Clips in other apps, but combining them all in one place makes for truly fun video creativity.

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