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Music making fun for your iPad, complete with instrument playing animals. It can only be Glitchamaphone
A small corner of the internet was devastated last year when the massive multiplayer online game Glitch was shut down.
Keep up with the Steam gaming community 24 hours a day
As some of you may know, Steam is a service that lets you play games online, make purchases, and chat with fellow gamers in style.
The biggest iOS and Android social experiment ever, all revolving around a cube
It may well be that you have already tried Curiosity.
The beginning of a new sci-fi series on iOS
Upgrade Soul is an interactive sci-ficomic about an elderly couple who invest in an experimental therapy to rejuvenate the human body, with one condition: that they be first in line to receive it.
The catch-up TV service extends to the airwaves
Catch-up TV services have been incredibly popular since they first arrived on iOS devices, with the idea of being able to watch shows on your time and wherever you happen to be having its obvious advantages.
A glorious peak behind the curtain of a fantasy movie juggernaut
Over a decade since the release of Peter Jackson’s Fellowship Of The Ring and we’re finally going to get to see The Hobbit brought to the big screen.
A gloriously off-kilter ebook and movie
If you’re looking for a new story or world to immerse yourself in then downloading Kooky might be just what you need, especially if the kids are desperate for a new bedtime read.
Unlocking imagination to combat the plight of bullying
A common theme in children’s books has always been ways for kids to overcome the troubles they face.
A great insight into the work of the bard himself
Much more than just a simple education tool, The Sonnets by William Shakespeare is a beautifully interactive and immersive experience of some of Shakespeare’s most famous works, performed by prominent stage and television actors, and members of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Carry the entire crowd in your pocket, almost literally
The scourge of social networking these days is the incessant need to inform people, all the time, of where you are and what you’re doing.
Point, tap and pratfall
Based on the police career of Lt.
A dedicated app for your podcast collection
Despite the scope of things you can do on smartphones and tablets, podcasts are hugely popular among iTunes users, and for that reason Apple has launched a dedicated app.
The start of a comic book experience like no other
It will only take a page or two of Bottom of the Ninth to convince you exactly how unique an experience this is.
The Godfather of natural history brings his latest show to iOS
As with most things in which David Attenborough is involved, Kingdom of Plants is the sort of project that will instantly grab your attention.
The hot new iPad art app has style, but there’s much still to improve
Measuring intent against expectation can be a tricky thing for an app like Sketchbook Ink.
The social TV experience that everyone should try
Some apps just aren’t for everyone.
Poke fun at prospective presidents to brighten up the campaign
For those wanting to follow the US elections but who are tired of all the serious reporting, this US-only app from Comedy Central is perfect.
Test your suitability for a place in Mensa with this tough test
If you often wonder how intelligent you actually are and love the idea of joining Mensa, the worldwide organisation for the top two per cent of the population, this app is perfect for you.
Gather round and make up the story as you go along…
iPad owners with children are always on the lookout for new apps that might excite and entertain their little ones.
So good the Black Knight would download it
Despite going their separate ways long ago, the popularity of influential comedy troupe Monty Python has yet to diminish, thanks in part to arguably their finest excursion into feature films: Monty Python And The Holy Grail.