or, how to train your dragon to fight pandas
In a similar vein to the Pokémon series, My Little Monster sees you training up a cute dragon and entering him into fights with a host of bizarre enemies, from demonic pandas to sentient cowboy hats.
Keep tabs on your company finances all day, every day
If you have a business account with NatWest bank, then this app is for you.
Step back in time with this look at a pivotal moment in US History
While you can learn all sorts from books and the web, the iPad allows people to share information in a much more engaging way.
Gather round and make up the story as you go along…
iPad owners with children are always on the lookout for new apps that might excite and entertain their little ones.
An educational, informative and fun app for gardeners
The National Trust and gardens go together like jelly and ice cream, and the century-old institution is revered for its knowledge, presentation and understanding.
The Facebook revolution continues to inspire a networking generation
Given the success of social networks, it comes as no surprise that there’s a new threat to the Facebook/Twitter throne on a near daily basis.
Time to leap like you’ve never leapt before
In the first League of Evil, developer Ravenous took pride in how precise and fluid the game’s jumping mechanic and controls were.
Microsoft Office on your iPad, for free
It’s a deal that sounds too good to be true, but CloudOn does indeed give you the three core programs of Microsoft Office – Word, PowerPoint and Excel – optimised for your iPad.
Get the Party Started with an Anthm playlist
If you’re holding a party there’s a lot to consider, but one of the most important aspects of the whole evening is without doubt the music.
Save the Marshies that are trapped in the Chocolate Aztec Kingdom
While Angry Birds might have taken the crown as the biggest and arguably the best physics puzzle app around, it only means other games are trying to emulate its success using similar formats with different ideas.
Share your ideas and sketches with up to three other iPads live and uninterrupted
There are some apps we don’t realise we need until they fall right off the shelves of the App Store into our virtual shopping baskets.
A genuine challenger to iMovie emerges
Serious threats to Apple’s iMovie are hard to come by on an iOS device, but Avid might just have what it takes to grab people’s attention with this mobile version of their very popular video-editing software.
So good the Black Knight would download it
Despite going their separate ways long ago, the popularity of influential comedy troupe Monty Python has yet to diminish, thanks in part to arguably their finest excursion into feature films: Monty Python And The Holy Grail.
The original tunnel racer is back
In 2009 Boost 3D impressed with its high-speed racing, slick frame rate and addictive gameplay.
Bringing live status updates to the world with a little extra
There are plenty of applications out there for Android that all do exactly the same thing.
Solving crimes and helping others from beyond the grave
Ghost Trick comes from the same minds that created the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney series, and it shows.
Intuitive brainstorming on the iPad
Today there are a lot of apps that cater for artists, as well as for those seeking an outlet for their productivity.
Helping you arrange your special day from start to finish
Planning a wedding isn’t easy, but this superb app can help make your big day that little bit more manageable.
The digital magazine that constantly updates
Ever since the appearance of Flipboard, many app developers have tried to recreate and improve upon the idea of a digital magazine for your tablet or smartphone, and now technology powerhouse Google has unveiled its impressive effort in the form of Google Currents.