A short history of everything in one ambitious app
We’ve seen some ambitious projects attempted on the iPad.
If Formula One was won with a rope…
Remember back when Doodle Jump was the pinnacle of iOS gaming? How things have changed.
Send, receive and digitally staple electronic documents
Like most apps out there, Twindocs sets out to provide a useful solution to a common problem, and if there’s one problem that’s bound to have plagued almost everyone at one time or another, it’s the issue of attaching large files and emailing them to others.
Style + substance = a calendar app like no other
There are certain things you expect from a calendar app.
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 chronicle of some of the most innovative art in the world
If you’ve never had the chance to visit Tate Modern or are simply unfamiliar with the Turbine Hall exhibitions, then we’ll get you up to speed by saying they have been some of the most dramatic and social pieces of art seen in modern times.
Keep organised with one of slickest apps out there
Occasionally, you stumble across an app that makes you question why Apple hadn’t thought of this themselves.
The Neo Geo classic blasts onto mobile formats
Famed for its humour, difficulty, and super-detailed 2D visuals, the Metal Slug series is one of the most iconic and eye-catching run-and-gun franchises in gaming.
Create Apple-esque multimedia slideshows to share in seconds
At first glance, you might be forgiven for thinking that Ptch is another Instagram-a-like app aimed at sharing your memories with others and, well, you’d be half right.
A steady and stylish metronome to keep time
Beatronome is a metronome, and as such, it fulfifils its primary function of keeping time admirably.
A crash course in Greek Mythology
The iPad has been the setting for many a modernisation or retelling of classic stories, but The Voyage of Ulysses is arguably the most ancient to get the 21st Century tablet treatment.
A mobile student planner designed specifically for the UK education system
This app is looking to be a relief to some users in the UK who have used study planners in the past, but felt their plans have been lost in translation thanks to a US-centric structure.
Houses made from putty anyone?
The Three Little Pigs is such a classic and memorable story, known by all parents and told in so many different books, that to charge £1.
Bit presumptuous to call it great. Oh wait, it is pretty great.
It’s the natural way to follow up Great Little War Game: make it Big.
A familiar to-do list style, but not a bad one
We knew it wouldn’t take long for the influence of Clear to be felt on the App Store, and Task is the first app to draw from some of the best bits of that app without totally copying the format (though the icon is rather similar).
The Natural History Museum leads us through the story of life on Earth
Following on from national legends like David Attenborough and Brian Cox, the Natural History Museum is the latest educational ‘institution’ to take steps into the world of iOS apps, with its download dedicated to the process of evolution.