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Tired of the same old card games? These iPhone and iPad offerings shuffle things up.
Percolator is not only a lot of fun, it produces some really interesting and artistic images.
This iPad 2 adventure game offers a truly unique experience with more heart than the average tin man.
If you're a new iPhone or iPad owner, we recommend these utilities for expanding the capabilities of your iOS device.
This task management app employs some nonconventional iOS interface elements, which are cleverly implemented and fun to use. But the app's simplicity may hamper its overall effectiveness at helping you get things done.
This iOS port of the landmark video game isn't perfect. But even with some control shortcomings, it's still a fun ride.
Fans of classic movies should steer clear of these companion apps for the cable channel the same way they'd avoid a cinematic stinker.
We celebrate Presidents Day by considering the November presidential elections and the iOS apps that exist to keep you informed about the campaign.
Fans of tower defense games will embrace this iOS offering, which keeps the challenges coming by offering changing maps and unique levels.
If your three-day weekend includes a lot of time in the car, these apps can help you plan a route, prepare for traffic, and figure out where to stop along the way.
There's a compelling idea behind this app that aims to help you capture memories and share them in the form of photos and text. But in its early stages, Nostalgiqa proves a little baffling to use.
With the deadline to file your income tax looming, it's time to start thinking about preparing your returns. These apps can help you get the job done on your iOS device.
There's little to recommend this habits tracker, which bogs you down into details instead of helping you meet your goals.
This solid blend of the tower defense and real-time strategy games will impress hardcore fans of both genres. However, casual gamers may find less to love about the iPad and iPhone versions of this app.
Noteshelf for iPad offers a lot of note-taking functionality. You can use the app to combine handwritten and text notes, photos, icons, and more. And it works pretty well.