Don't-Miss iOS Stories
This solid tower-defense game puts an emphasis on strategy, and players reap the rewards.
These apps can help you mark up, sign off, and otherwise annotate PDFs directly from your iOS device.
Both World Atlas HD and The World by National Geographic are decent atlas offerings for the iPad. But there are some missed opportunities with both apps to fully take advantage of the iOS platform.
The App Store is loaded with "match-three"-style games. Here are a few of our favorites.
These iOS education apps aimed at kids can reveal more about the world around them.
It may not break new ground for iOS gaming, but Monster Flip gets all the details of the match-three-style puzzle game right and puts its own unique stamp on the genre.
Thanks to gorgeous illustrations and interactive elements, the oft-told tale of Cinderella gets some new life in this iOS ebook from Nosy Crow.
From planning out what you're going to serve to organizing your pantry with what you've brought home from the grocery store, these iOS apps can help you figure out what's for dinner.
The iOS version of this email client features a well-designed interface that packs in a good deal of functionality, though it's missing one key feature at this stage.
These iPad games were already eye-catching, but updates have optimized them for Apple's latest iPad.
It's hard to come up with a new way to present an old, familiar card game for iOS devices, but Smappsoft and Big Fish Games try their best with Pokertini and Fairway Solitaire, respectively. But one game does a better job of it than the other.
DFTI’s Scribbeo makes it possible to collaboratively annotate still images and videos, but the app has a lot of rough edges.
Earlier this week, we showed you all the Apple-made apps that are ready for the new iPad's improved display. Some of our favorite third-party apps are getting ready for the new iPad, too.