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Take to the skies with your own paper drone with PowerUp 3.0
Now with video chatting, Snapchat is an entertaining and addictive way to stay in touch with your friends
The appeal of Snapchat is simple; take a picture, add a message, send it to your friends, and then once they’ve taken a look, it vanishes.
Create amazing 3D images with your iPhone camera
There are plenty of image-sharing apps around, but Seene offers a unique angle – literally – on mobile photography.
Facebook for music, share what you’re listening to with online friends instantly.
Our music lives are no longer dictated by the CDs we buy.
Level up and learn a new language at the same time with Duolingo – now on iPad
Languages can be tricky things, yet at the same time they are something that most of us wish we were better at, it’s a frustrating combination that often leads to impatience and ultimately giving up on trying to broaden your lingual horizons.
The debate on freemium gaming just got even more fast and furious
The debate on freemium gaming just got even more fast and furious.
Google Maps makes a welcome return to iPhone, and is still the best on Android
Google Maps will be familiar to many iOS users, as the app came pre-installed on devices prior to iOS 6.
Zenonia is back for a fifth installment on iOS and Android
This is one of the best Android games on the market.
Keep up with the Steam gaming community 24 hours a day
As some of you may know, Steam is a service that lets you play games online, make purchases, and chat with fellow gamers in style.
Timehop gives your iPhone the power to travel back in time through your social networks
Every now and then, you get a feeling of ‘what was I doing this time last year?’ With Timehop, you become a kind of Doc Brown, travelling back in time to see exactly what you were up to.
Can Storm The Train offer a genuine challenge to the endless running heavyweights on iPhone and iPad?
Run to the right, shoot vampires, zombies, robots, werewolves, bigger robots and a few other enemies, jump between trains, have boss fights, pick up other guns.
Mobile project management for your iPhone and Android smartphone
Project management is one of the most difficult tasks in any organisation, and there are countless physical and emotional barriers that can get in the way of a smooth operation.
Note-taking on your iPhone made refreshingly simple
Note-taking is an important task, and most of us need to do it at one time or another.
The biggest iOS and Android social experiment ever, all revolving around a cube
It may well be that you have already tried Curiosity.
Create cool crafty things with iOS as your guide
Hobby crafts have experienced a resurgence in recent years.
News and videos on iOS, but not as we know it
The stuffy old news anchor is dead: long live the young, suitless, standing, enthusiastic, sarcastic, pally presenter like we see all over NowThis News.
Have all your questions answered using this new social network
Sometimes a question pops into your head that you have to have answered.
Expand your network using locations, interests and business credentials
LinkedIn is the premier online service for building business connections, and it has a proven track record in helping people to get to know others in similar industries, and for helping them build worthwhile business relationships.
An iOS library for lovers of jazz music
iTunes is a fantastic resource for music of all genres.
you won’t stop playing – ever
Terry Cavanagh clearly knows how the human mind works.
It’s another note-syncing app, but will this catch on?
Note-taking apps are one of the oldest smartphone programs, and things went a step further when it was possible to sync notes across devices.