Take a trip to the other side in this port of the acclaimed DS title
When it comes to ports of other titles, iOS is often an afterthought, resulting in shoddy remakes that simply aim to make a quick buck.
This digital wall chart will make you a master of time management
Decisions, decisions, decisions; we all have to make them.
Cooler than Instagram? It might just be possible
It’s difficult to believe that an app could come along that might actually beat Instagram at its own game, but after a few minutes of fiddling with Starmatic, you may start to think it’s true.
A gloriously off-kilter ebook and movie
If you’re looking for a new story or world to immerse yourself in then downloading Kooky might be just what you need, especially if the kids are desperate for a new bedtime read.
A recipe app that serves up a treat
Tablets such as the iPad have replaced traditional cookbooks in many kitchens these days, offering access to thousands of recipes from apps and the internet at the tap of a screen.
Take a step back in time with this retro 2D shoot-’em-up
Some modern games revolutionise the way we play with new graphics and control schemes that simply blow the user away.
Slice it up: makes it easier to go down
Why bother releasing another Twitter app? Surely there’s enough out there already, covering all the bases you would want covering and doing a good enough job of covering said bases? Well, yes and no.
The tablet is your new steering wheel thanks to the stunning range of racing games that are available on the iPad
Or: Beatrix Potter for your smartphone
If you’ve got great characters, pleasant drawings and your interactive book can successfully be used alone by a child, then you’re onto a winner.
Build your very own Springfield from Evergreen Terrace up
This is a game that has had its teething problems in the past, appearing and then vanishing from the App Store, but things are now looking much better for EA and The Simpsons.
The App Store’s own Swiss Army Knife gets even better
Ask any App Store fanatic about AppZilla and you know you’ll get a reaction – this multi-app behemoth is now in its third incarnation and brings with it a whole host of new apps to add to its already packed selection – the best part? It’s all inside one single app download.
Let the blogosphere guide your music discovery
On iPad Shuffler.
Don’t get rid of keynote just yet…
There has been a growing trend among iOS apps to try and adopt the Apple ethos when it comes to design.
Video aggregation gets a little neater and cuter
Another app shrinking down to fit the iPhone, Vodio impressed on iPad and is no less enjoyable on a smaller screen thanks to some smart changes for this now universal app.
Real life Monopoly mixed with Tiny Tower to create a unique and entertaining gaming experience
There are plenty of ways to achieve ‘world domination’ on your iPhone, but perhaps none are quite as literal as what you can do in Turf Geography Club.
An app for all your word-ly needs
The Chambers Dictionary is a widely recognised and trusted brand, and although this app isn’t cheap, you know you’re paying for quality.
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.