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Despite some performance lags (which are more notable on older iOS devices), this ebook will delight preschool and elementary school-aged children.
With gameplay that seems less concerned about baseball and more focused on building up a bankroll of virtual currency, this iOS game is a swing-and-a-miss for baseball fans.
When we need to stay on task, these are the iPhone to-do managers we turn to.
Snowman's Checkmark is a simple and attractive reminders app that does location-based reminders better than Apple's own Reminders app.
Along with the Web-based Givit service, this iPhone app shines with its ability to easily set who you want to share videos with.
These iPad and iPhone offerings proves that, when it comes to train-themed mobile games, the iOS platform rules the rails.
Comic-Con International is underway, and what better way to mark the occasion than with iPhone and iPad apps that let you read your favorite comic books?
This interactive atlas has plenty of appeal for elementary school-aged kids.
Atari updated its arcade classic for the iOS era, and many of the changes in this iPhone and iPad game are welcome ones.
We tested and rated five scanning apps for your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
On Tuesday, Next Issue Media brings its all-you-can-read magazine app (previously only for Android tablets) to the iPad.
This app, built for the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, showcases some of the great players of an often-overlooked chapter of baseball history. But some missed opportunities keep a good app from being great.
Pocket aces are great, but having these poker games in your pocket may be the next best thing.
To appreciate baseball's present, you need to study its past, whether it's reading up on the game's greats or looking up old games. These iOS apps can help.
Chrome for iOS is good—really good. But it's significantly hampered by a handful of flaws, some of which are out of developer Google's control.