Don't-Miss iOS app Stories
Instead of action, this massive online game gives you the chance to sit back and wait passively for things to transpire.
College football is back, and these iPhone and iPad apps can help you keep track of all the scores, news, and video highlights from your alma mater.
Like many other procrastinators in Northern California, my fella and I were thinking about going camping over the long weekend. Being the geek that I am, I’ve already found seven free camping apps that should make our whole poorly planned attempt at a vacation go that much smoother.
The most compelling thing about this fairly standard side-scrolling platformer is its eye-catching look. But gameplay and controls are pretty ordinary.
This iPad photo book creation tool offers some cool features, but not enough to compete with analogous publication or photo editing services.
If you crave a little cloak and dagger in your life, these iOS games are more than happy to see if you can uncover their secrets.
If you need to write and post to a blog when you're out and about, Posts is a well-designed app that's of particular value for managing blogs.
This disease-themed simulation game is difficult enough to challenge you, approachable enough to be learned, and -- with a variety of unlockable plague types -- variable enough to keep you busy long after you've beaten it the first time.
With the political conventions kicking off this week, these apps can keep you up-to-date on all the latest election news between now and November.
It may have started out life as an Android app, but this is just about a perfect to-do manager for your iPhone.
You've seen them display their culinary talents on TV. Now carry their recipes and tips with you on your iOS device, with these cooking apps and restaurant finders.
Rovio's follow-up to its Angry Birds success is a decent and enjoyable physics puzzle game, though not a particularly exceptional one.
These iOS apps can help you track changing weather conditions and formulate a plan in the event of a natural disaster.
A few minor complaints keep this Google Reader client from living up to its name. But it's mostly easy to use and certainly nice to look at.
At its best, this interactive comedy from Chillingo shows off beautifully animated physical comedy. But the actual game itself can be frustrating due to a lack of feedback.