Enjoy a range of thought-provoking news in one app
There are plenty of news apps on the App Store, with many of them now specifically designed to look amazing on the iPad.
Command the winds to save a village in peril
LostWinds2 is a cute puzzle platformer that puts the power of the wind in your hands.
Create a professional collection of your work in minutes
The sleek nature of the iPad and its high-resolution screen mean that presenting with the device is something that everyone should consider, even if you’re not in a creative profession.
Does Adobe’s new design app give its rivals a good pasting?
Where once you might have turned to a whiteboard to plan out ideas for a new project you’re working on, you can now use the iPad’s touchscreen for the same job.
Hit the court and reach for world glory
Virtua Tennis Challenge is a superb version of Sega’s long-standing sports series, delivering an intuitive control system made entirely for iPhone and iPad devices.
Look after your income while monitoring your salary
SalaryBook is a tracking app for your income, whether you are paid on a regular hourly rate or infrequent freelance pay.
A creative music app where things are far from harmonious
While for the serious musician there are plenty of heavy-duty apps available to record, edit and export your latest musical creation, there are also a range of visually creative tools that allow for a much more basic – and colourful – way for people to compose their own masterpiece.
The Godfather of natural history brings his latest show to iOS
As with most things in which David Attenborough is involved, Kingdom of Plants is the sort of project that will instantly grab your attention.
Get motivated to exercise thanks to your iOS device
Kinomap Trainer presents perhaps the most practical and immersive use for an iPad or iPhone when it comes to exercise and training that we’ve seen.
Bringing a little rhythm action to your kick-flipping
Penny Time is not original and Penny Time doesn’t have very many levels, but that doesn’t stop it being fantastic.
Make life goals a reality
Everybody has life goals.
Read and paint along with Bing-Wen in this interactive book
The iPad has become an entire entertainment centre for both adults and kids, allowing you to watch TV and movies, play games, and more recently, read books on its touchscreen.
The third instalment in the epic futuristic first person shooter
The first-person shooter market on iOS is a incredibly competitive place, with new titles constantly looking to push the boundaries of what is possible on a mobile device from a gameplay and visual perspective.
Your own personal translator in your pocket
Perhaps one of the best translator apps on iTunes today, SayHi Translate is a smart tool that is both easy-to-use and genuinely helpful.
Become a sports mastermind with this handy guidebook
Curly’s Pocket Guide To Sports delivers rules, facts and stats for sports as diverse as football to Greco-Roman Wrestling.
The stock market watcher makes its way onto the iPad
CNNMoney, through it’s website and iPhone app has become an established resource for global markets, and the iPad app builds on the simplicity of the website.
Pixel graphics take on a whole new perspective
Pixel art is something that almost every gamer has affection for; seeing something boxy and rough around the edges brings on a wave of nostalgia.
The hot new iPad art app has style, but there’s much still to improve
Measuring intent against expectation can be a tricky thing for an app like Sketchbook Ink.
One of the most beautifully presented mobile apps ever
There are hundreds of well-presented apps available for the iPad and iPhone, but few can be classed as beautiful.
An epic quest for glory and untold riches
When the king of Kameloot raises taxes to ludicrous levels, adventurers from across the kingdom flock to the city in search of battles, glory and as much loot as they can carry.