Like many restaurant finders on the App Store, Alfred uses the geolocation tools on your iOS device to locate nearby eateries. But it also bases its picks on the kinds of restaurants you like. The results are good, but is it worth the effort to train Alfred to know your preferences? Philip Michaels puts the app to the test.
Fans of Richard Scarry's books will be disappointed by the iPhone and iPad versions of this iOS kids’ game, which suffers from clumsy navigation and regrettable design decisions.
The initial release of The Monster at the End of This Book was plagued by poor performing animations and crashes. Credit the app's developers for coming up with a series of updates to tackle these issues and produce a winning version of the children's book.
Multiple gameplay modes, support for two-player action, and a unique spin on a tabletop soccer game add up to make this iPad offering a surprisingly fun diversion.
There's a lot to like about this Western-themed shoot 'em up, which is available in both iPhone and iPad versions. Unfortunately, the control scheme isn't one of those things.
NaturalMotion rolls out a new edition of its Backbreaker Football game, this one with actual NFL team names and logos. For NFL fans, it's another way to let their true colors show.
Another bird-themed iOS game has flapped its way to the top of the App Store download charts. And while there's not much to make Early Bird stand out from its fellow fine-feathered friends, the physics puzzler still offers plenty of fun for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Lex Friedman and Dan Moren discuss the problem some iTunes users have reported where their gift card balances are being drained by unwanted purchases.
Intuit announced QuickBooks for Mac 2012 on Wednesday, promising more than 50 features and enhancements for the update accounting program when it ships later this month.
Fans of sim games should love this tower-building offering, in which you fill an ever-expanding skyscraper with housing and businesses.
The 2.0 version of Navigon's iPhone apps -- announced Thursday but slated for release later this fall -- offer new map management features and a simplified interface redesign.
There's a half-decent idea behind Tweet Hunt, which combines Twitter with an old-fashioned shooting gallery game. But both versions suffer from execution errors.
Jon Seff, Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and Dan Frakes join Philip Michaels in the ultimate test of Apple punditry
There's nothing really wrong with the vocabulary app, but there's no feature to really recommend it either.
The App Store may be overrun by zombie games, but few can match the excitement of this airborne battle against an army of the undead.