Once upon a time there was an iPad book that could hear you speak
Bedtime – or anytime – stories for children can be a great way to capture their imagination and attention.
An informed cultural guide to one of the greatest cities in the world
Goings On is your guide to everything happening in New York, courtesy of the staff at The New Yorker, and it’s packed full of great suggestions for things to do.
Show off all you best work with Foliozo
If you’re a professional artist or photographer and own an iPad, then you may start to feel a little strange about taking hard copies of your portfolio to meetings and demos when you already possess an infinitely more adaptable device at your fingertips.
Discover new music in comfort
Campout is pitched as being like a music festival in your pocket, and while it has no real-life interactions or any kind of visual flair, you do get to discover a wealth of new music without the discomfort of sitting in a field.
Trace your way to the finish line over and over again
Developer Red Lynx knows how to deliver stunning value for money.
The app that helps landlords keep track of their properties
If you’re a landlord who is renting out a series of properties, then the chances are that you will be fully aware of how it’s often incredibly difficult to keep track of everything that is going on in each one, making it necessary to keep inventories, documents and meter readings for each one individually.
Get to know the 44 men who have led the United States
We’re willing to bet that your first impressions of American Presidents will instantly engage you in the history of the US Presidency.
Be productive, creative and social with one app
Clibe is one of the best creative and productive apps around – and that is before you discover the ingenious social side of the app that even we didn’t see coming.
Reading is revolutionised with this immersive literary app
PAPERCUT is aimed at changing the way in which we read and interact with stories.
RPG gaming at it’s finest
This third instalment in the popular Zenonia series has the biggest world yet, with over 200 maps and more than 130 quests to complete.
Motion gaming at it’s eye-catching best
One of the most unusual games around, but also one of the most frustratingly addictive, and equally enjoyable to look at.
An epic action RPG that won’t break the bank
As long as Square Enix is content with charging the Earth for its downloadable retro revivals, there’s serious money to be made by RPG developers happy to put out similar games at a fraction of the cost.
The thinking man’s Angry Birds
It’s hard to deny the cutesy appeal of the ‘Moki’, whose similar appearance to a set of disgruntled fowl is perhaps a little more than coincidental.
A whole new take on organising your working life
The to-do app market has plenty of occupants, but HQ: To Do tries to be different, pitching itself as the ultimate streamlined, user-friendly app for getting your life in order.
Risk meets Scrabble in a war of words
If you thought board games were competitive, then think again, because Quarrel will have you gripping the edges of you iPad in fury when you get ousted by a single point in a battle.
Who knew watching videos could be made even easier?
If there’s one thing we’re always looking out for, it’s the iPad’s ability to make everything easier.
Make your photos stand out with Pixlr-o-matic
While there are plenty of apps available that allow you to make subtle effect changes to your photographs, Pixlr-o-matic looks to have trumped them all with its sheer range of effects that have the ability to make your random snapshots look like vintage, and on occasions professional photography.
Tower defence is turned on its head
The iPad is fast becoming the perfect place for an array of gaming genres, such as tower defence titles, but Anomaly has turned that concept on its head to create a unique experience that combines action and strategy, but puts you on the other side of the battle.
The internal world of cells brought engagingly to life thanks to the functionality of the iPad
This interactive educational app from Emantras is a superb learning aid for students who wish to learn about cells.
ESPN tries to trump Sky with its ‘near-live’ video service
One of the biggest pains of being a Premier League football fan in the UK is the lack of live action on a Saturday afternoon, traditionally the time of the week for football.