Don't-Miss iOS Stories
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.
Some games are so great, they deserve an encore. Here's a sampling of iPhone and iPad games trying to prove that lightning can strike twice.
Cling to the dearly departed football season with one of these flicking kicking simulators.
From flowers to candy, from a night on the town to a romantic getaway, your iOS device can help you arrange a memorable Valentine's Day for you and your beloved.
Global Delight’s Game Your Video wants to make the video-editing process as simple as possible, and it does an excellent job of it.
This funny education app can set you straight on commonly mangled phrases, with the help of a pleasing game mode.
Tweetbot was already great on the iPhone. On the iPad, it gets even more room to shine--and shine it does.
Put these apps on your iPhone or iPad to make managing your homework, class schedule, or study sessions just a little bit easier.
The gameplay in this frenetic food-assembly game is every bit as sharp as the knives tossed by the titular chef.
This simple iPhone app uses alarms to keep you on task and bolster your productivity.
Your favorite airline likely offers an iOS app for checking flight times and fares. Just don't use it when the captain has signaled that all electronic devices need to be in the off position, OK?
Moonbot Studios builds iOS apps that draw on elements of books, movies, and games for a unique interactive experience that represents the best of what the iOS platform has to offer.
The NFL's showcase game is this Sunday. These apps can help you enjoy all the Super Bowl XLVI action, plan your gameday menu, or enjoy a little virtual pigskin action of your own.