We've got some of your favorite Muppets in this week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps; there's also games, note-taking, and productivity enhancements. Check inside!
Want to make your Apple TV looks like it belonged in the 1980s. We've got accessories for that. Want to make your 30-pin dock useful again? We've got accessories for that, too.
Is it possible to be angry and social? The latest entry from the Angry Birds franchise tries to find out. Plus apps for drawing, remembering contacts, taking pictures, and more.
There’s nothing wrong with Apple’s native Contacts app. But if you’re in business, have a large family, communicate with a lot of people, or do that communication in a lot of ways, Buzz Contacts is the far superior choice.
The new Evomail app launched Thursday morning in the App Store. It's very similar to Gmail's own iOS client, but with some small differences that users may find appealing.
We've got speakers. We've got protective cases. We've got carry-on bags. We've got cords and cables. If you're looking for Mac accessories, we've got them here.
This week's roundup of accessories for the iPhone and iPad include lots of help for musicians making music.
Developer David Smith says the annual fee should make the new RSS reading service more responsive to users, because they will actually be customers.
Pocket is a solid offering for readers who want to save web articles for later reading on an iOS device in their free time.
This week's roundup of iOS apps includes immersion in the world of DC Comics, help with your cooking, and a great new way to track your package deliveries.
Founder sells the original "read it later" service for long-form reading on the Internet.
Delicious Library 3, the library organization desktop application from Delicious Monster, debuted on Thursday. It's a relaunch that embraces the Mac’s new Mountain Lion operating system, and also features, for the first time, iOS integration.
In this week's roundup, we've got new ways for you to power up your iPhone, plus the cutest way ever to clean your iPhone or iPad screen.
The new Osito app for iPhone uses "predictive intelligence" to alert you to meetings, and give you the best options for getting there.
Yes, our favorite pizza-loving crime fighters make an appearance in this week's roundup. Plus: New offerings for social networking and dinner planning.