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If you're a business traveler whose road show hinges heavily on PowerPoint presentations, this app -- which translates PowerPoint files into an iPad-friendly format -- is a must-have.
These iPhone and iPad strategy games can help satisfy your thirst for global conquest without ever having to get up from the couch.
This iPhone and iPad shooter, inspired by the 16-bit era, is perfect for quick play sessions, with endless waves of attackers making the game hard to put down.
Notes Plus distinguishes itself from other iPad note-takers with a few standout features. But its steep price tag is hard to ignore as well.
These apps can help you keep an eye on Wall Street no matter where you happen to be.
Our colleagues at Macworld UK tracked down Easter-themed apps to keep your kids distracted when they're not gobbling down little chocolate eggs.
Index Card delivers on its promise of organization by index cards, but extremely rough interface choices compromise the experience.
This chronicle of the filming of Monty Python and the Holy Grail packs in an amazing amount of information that fans of Monty Python and movie-making will surely appreciate.
FileMaker Go 12 lets you seamlessly access your FileMaker Pro database from your iOS devices.
Angry Birds Space is just the latest avian-themed physics puzzler to grace our iOS devices. Here are all the Angry Birds installments we've reviewed in one convenient place.
While there's only a few stages at this point, the latest addition to the Angry Birds franchise is much more sophisticated, entertaining, and complex than its predecessors and is everything a sequel should be.
The Marvel AR app will appeal to comic book aficionados who enjoy looking behind-the-scenes for the comic production process and are immersed in the Marvel Universe.
Another baseball season is about to begin. These apps can help you enjoy every pitch from Opening Day to the final game of the World Series.
With April Fool's Day filling the air with phony stories and scams, these news sources on your iPhone or iPad can help you separate truth from fiction.
If you come from a traditional painting background, but are new to iPad art, this app’s simple workflow might be just what you are looking for.