Don't-Miss iOS app Stories
Netflix's streaming video app for the iPhone and iPad are a must-install for most users. Unfortunately, while playback is fairly competent, limited additional options make queue management frustrating.
Angry Birds Star Wars rarely approaches levels beyond mere gimmick, and the levels themselves feel like they've been pulled from other Angry Birds installments.
Stem Innovation's Time Command marries an iOS app with an alarm clock, with mixed results. But it does manage to throw at least one unique feature into the mix.
Letterpress combines the fun of Boggle with Risk. It's a great two-player app for word game fans.
Echograph is a photography app for the iPad that allows you to make still shots with some moving elements, at high resolutions.
WriteUp is useful and easy to use, and writers who want to compose short notes or long essays will find it nearly ideal.
Rovio’s Bad Piggies breaks free of the Angry Birds mold to deliver clever puzzles and engrossing gameplay.
The Fitbit Zip is a nice, entry-level fitness tracker. It's good as is, but needs a bug fix to earn a higher endorsement for iPhone users.
MoneyWIz is a full-featured, visually dazzling finance app with an emphasis on tracking spending through easily customized charts and a schedule of expenditures.
TuneIn Radio Pro offers users nearly unmatched power to create an individualized listening experience, which is both different and better than many other streaming radio apps available.
TV Guide Mobile makes it easy to find what’s new and if streaming versions are available, though its social features lack in comparison to other TV companion options.
BuddyTV attempts to bridge the gap between TV listing apps and social features, but its flaws far outweigh its usefulness.
GetGlue's large user community makes this app the most engaging of the social TV apps available now.
If you find yourself bored while watching TV, add some spice to your viewing by making a game of it with Miso.
Into_Now is what social TV should be -- a fun, innovative way to share what you’re watching with others. But one thing is missing: enough people participating in the conversation.