Don't-Miss App Stories
The basic Calculator app is good for simple calculations, but if it’s a full-featured scientific calculator you want, there’s no better app than PCalc.
If you play contact sports or sit at a desk all day, you're going to need some stretching time. Pocket Yoga is a beautiful little app for that and more.
In this week's Staff Picks column, learn why the iOS game Threes is associate editor Serenity Caldwell's new favorite time-sink.
This note-taking app has a super smart predictive keyboard and syncs with Evernote.
After eight months without a major update, the Dark Sky Company's weather app is back and better than ever.
iPhone light meter app does what standard gadgets can do in calibrating the light on your subject to suggest the best settings for your shot.
Use this app to adjust the focus point of your iPhone photos after you shoot them.
Since the early days of the .epub and .mobi formats, writers and publishers have been trying to find a better way to make ebooks. 180g's new app, Vellum, offers the first glimpse of an easier approach, even if it's not all the way there yet.
Resume Designer offers job-seekers the basic building blocks they need attract an employer’s eye.
Associate editor Serenity Caldwell takes drawing app Paper's newest update, with its color-mixer add-on and support for Ten One's Pogo Connect pressure-sensitive stylus, for a spin.
Kingdom Rush, a tower defense strategy game, is a strikingly immersive, challenging, and humorous game that is somehow more than the sum of its parts.
Write 2 can't do quite as much as Microsoft Word, but most users will find Write 2 to meet all of their word-processing needs while maintaining an easy-to-use, minimalist interface.
App.net is a Twitter-esque microblogging platform. Here's how some of the early apps for the service stack up against one another.
This turn-based strategy game drenches the familiar formula of asynchronous multiplayer battles in an absurd level of bubbly effervescence.