Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff, Fantastical 2 for iPad, Klout, Monument Valley and Carousel by Dropbox are our top picks of the App Store and Google Play
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Blizzard Entertainment’s new free-to-play World of Warcraft trading card game is available on iPad, with an Android version to follow
Predict the future of your finances with Bill Forecast for iPhone and iPad
In this age of austerity, it’s important to ensure those big bills don’t creep up on you.
This app from the makers of Channel 4′s One Born Every Minute covers all the basics for expectant mothers
One Born Every Minute is a Channel 4 documentary on the journey through pregnancy, and this is the tie-in app — it sticks to providing information about your pregnancy though, and there are no episode clips or interviews on offer.
Become an expert DJ in minutes with Groovemaker 2 for iPhone and iPad
You wouldn’t normally think of an iPhone as the best piece of equipment for making music, but with Groovemaker 2 it actually becomes a powerful tool.
Monument Valley is gorgeous-looking new game for iPhone and iPad with puzzles fit for M.C. Escher
Monument Valley is hands-down one of the most well-designed games we've ever laid eyes on — from the isometric artwork to the fluid animation, it exudes class from the moment it pops up on screen.
Tap, scribble and draw to create beautiful music with Bubl Draw’s creative app for kids
When it comes to making music on iPhone or iPad, it doesn’t have to be about beatpads, pro DJ mixing desks and virtual guitars.
Blogger Benny Lewis has taught himself over a dozen languages using apps – and says you can do the same
Out There is an intelligent strategy and survival game for iPhone, iPad and Android set in deep space
Out There casts you as a lone space traveller looking to get back home and find some kind of meaning in the universe along the way.
For Beginners: iPad Edition ensures help is never more than a tap away with step-by-step guides on how to use Apple’s top tablet
It’s hip to be a square with fully-featured calendar app CalCube for iPhone and iPad
Calendars may not be the most exciting things in the world but they sure are important.
Already available on iPhone and iPad, Om Nom returns to Android with a host of new friends in Cut the Rope 2
Cut the Rope has already taken its place among the most popular mobile games of all time thanks to the hard-to-perfect formula of simple gameplay combined with teasing puzzles.
As Microsoft takes on iWorks on iPad, they also add new free features to the iPhone and Android apps
Master photo-editing tips and techniques in just three steps this new Newsstand download from the publishers of Photoshop Creative, Advanced Photoshop and iCreate
Give your home screen an eye-catching makeover in six steps using Iconical for iPhone and iPad
We chat with the creators of a new multiplayer open world adventure game that could be the iPad’s answer to Animal Crossing
Watch the new trailer for the next level pack coming to the award-winning iOS and Android game Icebreaker.
Chicago Avenue Moon creates soundscapes based on factors such as the date, your location and the phase of the moon
Composer Joshua Dumas conceived the idea for this generative music app while watching the moon rise through his open studio door.
Watch clips from the works of American documentary filmmaker Ken Burns in his free iPad app
Even if you’re not familiar with his documentaries, which were made for the PBS channel in the US, the name Ken Burns may ring a bell: the effect of panning and zooming in on still photos is named after him, due to his extensive use of it.