Don't-Miss iPhone Stories
Buffalo’s Dualie is two things in one. It’s a dock for your iPhone or iPod and a dock for a portable 500GB hard drive.
This app does exactly what it promises -- make it easy to select colors from a picture and save their RBG and HEX numbers. But it would have been nicer had My Color gone beyond this basic functionality.
HellKid: Hook & Jump is a Sonic the Hedgehog-ish side-scrolling game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Though challenging and full of great art, the by-the-book platforming and uninspired level design will likely keep this game in a hellish state of obscurity.
If you have trouble making sense of Shakespeare, both No Fear Shakespeare and Shakespeare Pro can help you. But the two apps have very different approaches and pull off the feat with varying degrees of success.
Paper Boat Race is a novel racing game where you race paper boats around a pool—by blowing into your iPhone’s microphone! While the game has its moments of nerdy joy, blowing into the microphone while trying to control the boat is hard to do—and there’s really anything else going for the game.
MouseWait is great for planning your trip to Disneyland.
Developers Intersog and Dirty Edge seek to redefine the tower defense genre with Hellemental. Unlike traditional tower defense games where the player sets up a slew of strategically placed weapons in hopes of slaughting lemming-like foes in an assembly line fashion, Hellemental instead relies on the magical abilities of a single defender.
Available for 13-inch and 15-inch laptops, and a choice of three subtle yet stylish colors (Lagoon Dream, Black Coffee and Lime Park), Be.ez's LE Rush is a great choice for MacBook owners.
The Motorola Cliq XT has superb multimedia and social networking features, but its performance isn't the strongest.
This $10 productivity tool is a beast of an app -- and we mean that as a positive. Dense and feature-rich, Pocket Informant aims to replace the iPhone's built-in calendar and serve as a task/to-do list manager, too.
Rockstar Games doesn't do anything half-way, and the first iPhone version of its Grand Theft Auto series is no exception. The game for the iPhone and iPod touch is a big, ugly, raw title that's huge in scale and depth.
Avid golfers will appreciate V1 Golf, which helps you analyze your swing with the help of the iPhone's built-in camera.
This app, which streams video and audio from the NCAA men's basketball tournament to your iPhone, has made some improvements from last year's edition -- most notably, the ability to stream live video over a 3G connection.
Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to be—wait for it—a valet? Well, thanks to Valet Hustle, you can finally live that dream. Test your parking skills and peed in this $1 Diner-Dash-esque app by Factory Games.
The layout, design, and attention to detail in this camera app are among the best you'll find on the App Store. Not only does Hipstamatic produce great-looking photos -- it's also engaging and fun to use before you ever see the finished product.