High-fidleity music streaming for iPhone and Android
As music streaming services go, Tidal’s credentials seem very favourable.
Become an iOS power user with a few swipes with this new automation tool
If you’ve ever used IFTTT web service or the phone app then you’ll have some idea of where Workflow is coming from.
Transform your Phone photos into postcards with Postify
Break your digital addiction with this top app
Put your grasp of the English language to the test
If you are from foreign shores and seeking a job that requires an understanding of English, then this app provides certification of your skills through your mobile device.
This concise app offers a shot of daily business news
We applaud the ‘no-strings attached’ way that this app operates.
Another Facebook spin-off app you never knew you needed
Initially, we struggled to discredit the sheer superfluousness of this app as it seemingly only served as a means to access your Facebook groups outside of the actual Facebook app.
A new tower defence game that will have you in a spin
Our eyelids drooped when we discovered that Sleep Attack was yet another tower-defence game – they have been done to death on the App Store – but this one dares to do things differently by adding a new twist, literally.
Apple’s iPad Best of 2014 is a powerful image editor that feels like an expensive desktop app
For those who watched the Apple’s iPad Air 2 reveal, Pixelmator will be familiar to you.
Struggle to get up in the morning? This top iPhone and Android may have the solution, courtesy of budgetmobilecover.co.uk
Here’s two festive apps to help you prepare for Christmas, courtesy of budgetmobilecover.co.uk
Connect your digital camera to your smartphone with Wi-Fi
Card-based basketball action shouldn’t work, but it most certainly does
Coming from the makers of the hugely addictive Flick Kick games, it is something of a surprise to discover that the ‘flick’ mechanics take something of a backseatin Rival Stars Basketball, making fleeting cameos to a game that is dominated by card-based combat on the basketball court.
If you suck at sums, PhotoMath has the answer
Billed as the world’s first ‘camera calculator’, PhotoMath works by pointing your phone at a math problem, framing the suspect sum in the red borders and then within seconds the answer will flash up on-screen like a gift from some incredibly clever gods.
Take part in an engaging social experiment
This curious iPad oddity is a documentary game designed to engage players in a virtual reimagining of Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada.
The front page of the internet – for your iPhone
Reddit recently bought the Alien Blue app – before then, it was an unofficial piece of software created by and catered by fans of the online forum.
Pikachu and crew come to iPhone and iPad
Back in April, Nintendo and Google Maps teamed up to bring Pokémon out of their hand-held console homes and into the wider world.
Gain greater control over your iPhone camera with ProCam’s advanced settings
ProCam 2 is one of the first third-party apps to give users access to iOS 8’s new manual camera controls, which aren’t available in Apple’s default Camera app.
Explore the alien world of this imaginative physics-based puzzler
There are a lot of games with a single-button conceit, but we’re not sure we’ve come across a game that’s realised the one-tap mechanic as well as Deep Under The Sky.
Where will you travel first in this interactive iPad version of Phileas Fogg’s classic tale?
80 Days is a sky-high tidemark of what an interactive book should be; expertly realised by the technology that touch-screen devices like the iPhone and iPad provide.