Every commerce secret you could ever need in one place
There are countless iPhone applications that claim to help you succeed in business.
Keep your SMS conversations with a loved one private
For the last few years we’ve been getting increasingly social.
Harness the wind to help you solve puzzles in this original platform game
Having started out life as a Wii game, LostWinds has now been transported on to iOS and optimised for the touchscreen device.
The first step in what could be a fantastic new series on iPad
This brand-new interactive story for children is full of the smooth animation and smart interactive elements that make stories on the iPad so engaging; the key twist being an Indian flavour thanks to some wonderfully exotic music and illustrations.
A safe and secure means of accessing company materials on the move
If you’re trying to sell a business proposal, would you use an archaic paper file full of stencilled graphics and photocopied pictures, or an iPad, treating them to an attention-grabbing presentation? The iPresent app from Compsoft goes for the latter approach, allowing sales teams to access and present materials through one intuitive interface.
Hip, hop and you won’t want to stop…
Developed by 5th Cell – the same team that brought you Scribblenauts Remix, Run Roo Run is a superb platformer that turns a simple mechanic into something much deeper.
The gateway to a wonderful world of verse
Much like Shakespeare, poetry is one of those mandatory components of school English lessons that can be treated with an unwarranted but longstanding level of dread by classrooms.
Can the latest third-party Twitter app beat the best?
Tweeting is something of a vocation for many people these days, and chief among the mobile apps is the official app developed by Twitter itself.
LinkedIn aficionados need this app in their life
LinkedIn is an excellent yet fairly bland service for making business connections.
An iOS game that’s a breath of fresh air
The eponymous naturalist, scientist and big-haired explorer Sir Benfro needs your help to travel around four new worlds using his brilliant balloon.
A breathtaking new way of telling a story on iOS
Storytelling apps can be compelling downloads on the iPad, given their ability to not only draw you in visually and by surrounding you with audio, but also through their interactivity.
Pick a course and learn something new without leaving your iDevice
Using your iPhone or iPad as a educational tool has been a prominent idea ever since the two devices were first introduced to the market, and with the release of iTunes U another step forward has been taken.
Browse the famous magazine’s media using this slick interface
Forbes is one of the most famous business magazines in the world, with huge amounts of high quality content available online as well as in print.
Marking its tenth anniversary by jacking onto iOS
The first thing you’ll notice when you play Grand Theft Auto III on a smartphone or tablet is how apparently nothing has changed.
Three taps away from Robocop
Now that we’ve successfully moved beyond ‘portable’ DVD players and towards streaming films, those who are after ways to indulge their hobby away from their sofa have a few options in iTunes and LOVEFiLM.
Fast and reliable answers to all your medical questions
Working in a similar way to NHS Direct, HealthTap Express MD provides you with the platform to ask health-related questions and seek advice.
Gamevil returns with its staple RPG franchise
It’s a little strange to consider iOS as having franchises.
Listen to in-depth interviews and insightful analysis from the financial world on demand
Delivering an enlightening and analytical view of the world’s financial, business, economic and investment markets, Bloomberg Radio+ broadcasts 24 hours a day from Manhattan, and through this app you can get streamed live content and on-demand highlights from the past few weeks.
The ultimate movie recommendation accessory
Having already used this app format successfully with apps and music, the Discovr team has done it again when it comes to opening up a medium to users.
The one-pad band for budding fab fours
Apple’s very own GarageBand is arguably still the best home studio app available on iOS, but despite all the plaudits, there’s at least one thing it doesn’t enable you to do – jam in a rock band.