Blending elements of both Tetris and Jenga, Topple is a fun, imaginative, and appealing puzzle game.
Despite some frustrations with gameplay, Billy Frontier stands out for great graphics and sound. It’s a fun game you can enjoy for a few minutes at a time as well as for longer gaming sessions.
Vegas Pool Sharks takes advantage of the touch screen, tilting, and gesture features of the iPod touch and iPhone. But flaws in the game’s artificial intelligence and gameplay detract from the experience.
iCopter isn’t the most sophisticated game in the App Store, but it is a fun—and addictive—way to pass the time.
StoryMill 3.0's timeline view lets writers visually arrange scenes from their novel in chronological order. Mariner Software announced the new version of the app at Macworld Expo.
Kensington will use DisplayLink's network display technology for its sd200v Notebook Docking Station with Video as well as its Dual Monitor Adapter.
The latest version of the online auction manager offers a research assistant and template editor, among other changes.
The ExpressBox 7 lets users attach up to seven PCI Express cards to a desktop through a x8 PCI Express slot
The viewer allows users to view DWG files created by AutoDesk, AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT and other CAD applications.
Quark Interactive Designer 1.0.2, used by designers to create Flash layouts for the Web without having to code, is a free update for existing users.
In addition to adding features built around Apple's recent OS X 10.5 update, iBank 3 also will include iBank for iPhone, a Web-based application that allows users to enter transactions via Apple's smartphone.
The latest product frrom IntelliScanner features a barcode reader and software for cataloging business inventory, assets, and media.
The updated Luna X2, compatible with any iPod that has a dock connector, now lets users set dual alarms that include iPod tracks, radio stations, and buzzers.
PDF2Office Professional from Recosoft ships in March. The PDF to Word conversion software is now Leopard compatible and adds tons of new features.
LightSpeed, the point of sale system that uses a Mac as the register, is implementing touch screen support in a new version.