Password manager applications are all about security and convenience. This app, while not perfect, handles both aspects well.
This task manager, while a little unpolished in some areas, is easy to use and a worthwhile option if you're looking to get organized.
Among the trio of "text sim" soccer games reviewed here, Football Manager Handheld 2010 is an absolute blast to play. Championship Manager 2010 Express can't match Football Manager for depth, but it's fun in its own right. Soccer Manager lacks the polish of the two other games.
It's simple to enter and track your stats with this app, which does a pretty good job charting your progress at sports and leisure activities. But GameTrac is less adept when it comes to keeping cumulative totals. And it's rather limited at what it will display.
Handwriting is a simple enough app to use for writing out a message or drawing with your finger. Unfortunately, a flawed undo feature detracts from the app.
This app offers mobile access to Wikipedia. It's handy and works well, but there are faster dedicated Wikipedia apps for your iPhone and iPod touch.
This streaming radio app is a must-have offering for die-hard ESPN Radio listeners or for sports fans who just want sports radio in their pockets.
The idea of having a handy schedule for your favorite Major League Baseball team certainly would appeal to most baseball fans. Unfortunately, the information in this app is incomplete and hard to navigate.
With some minor tweaks, this sports scores and headlines app could be an All-Star app. For now, it's just an also-ran in an already-crowded field.
In a crowded tower defense genre, the humor and fast and furious gameplay of Knights Onrush stands apart as an interesting and engaging take on a now standard game.
Articles by Brendan Wilhide