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Schedule and keep track of any short-term productivity tasks with this iPhone app
When you set up a list of reminders, it’s easy to plough through them, ticking items off the list to great satisfaction.
Could this minimalist download save the App.net social network?
For those who just cannot encapsulate their thoughts into 140 characters, there is App.
Classic fable stories are brought to life in this animated app
Whether you have a love of literature or have a child who loves animation, the Seamus Heaney: Five Fables app is sure to become a fond favourite for all the family.
The best apps to protect against computer viruses and cyber-attacks
There’s something unexplainably satisfying about blowing things up with a digital tank
There’s a fairly good chance you’ve heard of World Of Tanks.
As file sharing services become less popular today than they were a few years ago, it seems that people are certainly not sharing less, but they’ve just found easier ways of doing it
Lego Marvel Super Heroes is a classic example of how not to port a console game to tablets…
The LEGO Marvel Super Heroes game (minus the Universe in Peril suffix) released to critical and commercial success last winter; operating around a New York hub world in between missions, players could do anything they wanted during non-story gameplay.
Make a splash with the Braven BRV-X and Mira wireless speakers
A slight learning curve and Ideon claims you’re converted
Conversion tools are not sexy.
Make grocery shopping less of a chore with this helpful list app
Whether you’re a student doing your own food shopping for the first time, or a harassed parent buying enough fruit and veg to feed the five thousand, one experience is universal: the horror of forgetting your list.
Bernhoft’s iPad app tries to resurrect the album sleeve for the Spotify era with HD music and interactive elements
If you’re of a certain age, you’ll know that downloading a handful of MP3s to your hard drive or clicking a link in Spotify isn’t quite the same as opening up a CD or vinyl album, and this is Jarle Bernhoft’s attempt to bring back “the true voice of the artist” to the album-making process.
Up your selfie game with Instagram’s new photo editing tools
There are two types of Instagram user.
Would your money be well spent on this financial tracker for iPhone?
WellSpent is a budget planner that lets you keep an eye on your finances.
Zombie Gunship offers a top-down view on the apocalypse
Zombie Gunship shamelessly takes its cues from the most (in)famous Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare mission ‘Death From Above’.
Perfect for your weekend long reads, Unread is an elegant, minimal RSS reader
For the uninitiated, you can think of RSS (Really Simple Syndication) as an older, slower and more involved version of Twitter, enabling users to keep tabs on dozens, or hundreds, of sites through one app.
Transform your iPhone’s music library into an old-school record store
Loyal iPhone users will have noticed that, despite a new handset hitting the market every autumn, the music interface hasn’t changed much over the years.
Adobe Voice offers an easy way to create narrated slideshow videos
So, what’s your story? Whatever message you want to relate, from an interactive photo Adobe Voice makes it incredibly easy to do so in the form of an animated slideshow video with voice narration.
Needy freemium ninja child delivers only mild amusement
Clumsy Ninja comes bearing great promise; a free and pretty app with a quirky little central character you have to train up to be a master ninja.
Super Hexagon meets Harbor Master… in space!
Moon Control follows the lead of Harbor Master or Flight Control – the two action/time-management games that popularised the genre more than any other titles.