Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Kirk McElhearn has tried out a number of iOS backgammon apps. But only Backgammon NJ and FaceMe Backgammon stand out from the crowd.
For iPad owners who also work with the Mac version of PDFpen, this mobile PDF editing tool is a great companion to the desktop application.
If you're thrilled by the prospect of optimizing cutlery for both the kitchen and the battlefield, this role-playing game may appeal to you. Others may be put off by its awkward control scheme and quirks.
For some sporting events, the best seat in the house may be your iPhone or iPad. These apps can beam live sports action to your iOS device.
If you're looking for an unfussy little app to make Voice over IP calls on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, Bobsled Calling is a solid choice.
Microsoft's virtual pet game is surprisingly engaging, with more replayability than one might expect. And it won't break the bank.
Mother's Day is coming up. These iOS apps can help you get your message across to mom.
This platform game lives up to developer Chillingo's reputation for streamlined, fun, and clever mobile apps that succeed where bigger budgets and deeper concepts do not.
Some of our favorite iOS games have gotten updates in recent weeks, adding everything from new levels to Retina display support.
Though it lacks polish, this straightforward productivity app is a decent tool for tracking your progress toward meeting goals.
While it retains much of the depth and style of of its predecessor, this sequel to Legendary Wars -- in which you now control the monsters instead of the heroes -- also struggles with a few of the same weaknesses that limit the fun gained from being wicked.
Lots of apps can tell you the temperature and the forecast. But these iPhone and iPad offerings put their own unique spin on the weather.
This motion-sensitive app promises to help you sleep better at night and move more when you're awake. Despite a few flaws, it delivers on that promise.