The iPad app aimed at ages 2-6 offers on-demand children’s TV shows and educational games
We’re undecided about Feels, the decision-maker app that factors in your feelings for iPhone
Feels is an unusual app designed to let you analyse how you feel about particular decisions you need to make and whether a choice is right for you.
Understand the science of life through 3D photos and videos in Brian Cox’s new iPhone and iPad app
Brian Cox's Wonders of Life is a breathtaking exploration of life on Earth through over 1,000 images, more than 2 hours of video and over 80 engaging articles.
David Attenborough breathes new life into extinct animals in NHM Alive
A spin-off from David Attenborough’s recent Sky TV programme set in the National History Museum, this app lacks the wow factor of that show’s stereoscopic 3D, yet offers its own educative excitement.
Pacemaker’s Spotify-powered DJ app for iPad offers endless remixing
Pacemaker for iPad is looking to turn the tables on premium DJ tablet apps such as Traktor DJ and djay 2, with Spotify integration and a pick-and-mix approach to selling effects.
The cutest colour-matching puzzler for iPhone and iPad
Cute puzzle games are not going out of fashion any time soon.
Solutionist for iPhone calculates anything automatically in seconds
Solutionist is a unique app that takes features from spreadsheets, coding languages and calculators to offer a customisable solution that you can use to automate a variety of common daily tasks.
Track your life with the Reporter app for iPhone
Life tracking is very popular right now, but Reporter takes a slightly different approach to the apps and wearable technology that can tell you how many calories you’ve burned.
Packed with reviews, news and features, get a sneaky peek of what is inside the March issue of Apps Magazine
Use IFTTT’s powerful automation service to create useful shortcuts, known as ‘recipes’, for some of your most popular actions on your iPhone
Castro for iPhone makes podcasts look as good as they sound
The developers of Castro are keen to point out that this was an app designed for iOS 7.
Holy interactivity, Batman! You’re never more than a tap away from your favourite superheroes in new digital magazine Uncanny Comics
SciFiNow launches hot new digital magazine Uncanny Comics, a stylish guide for the booming digital comics market
Puzzle game Can You Escape 2 for iOS and Android is finally here – but it’s missing a few levels
Can You Escape 2 is the highly anticipated sequel to Can You Escape, the popular puzzle game.
Disco Zoo, Currently, Out There, Type Machine and Globo are our picks of the App Store and Google Play Store this week
It’s sheep vs aliens, not Plants vs Zombies in TowerMadness 2 for iPhone, iPad and Android
Tower defence as a genre has been revitalised by smartphone gaming.
Clear for iPhone and iPad is free to download from the App Store temporarily
Deal with individual and team tasks in a clean environment with Droptask HD
Creating complex task lists is a difficult enough task when it’s only you who needs to view and understand it – but to then explain what you are doing to a team of people is even harder.
Like a sadistic Siri, Carrot Fit is an AI that will shame you into losing weight
Virtual personal assistants are certainly very much in vogue at the moment.