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This app, which looks to transform your mobile photos by adding in new backgrounds, falls short. Many features just don't work very well, and things feel half-finished.
You won't get a lot of satellite imagery and sophisticated weather information with Umbrella Today? The app aims to simply answer the question posed by its name -- will you need an umbrella today?
South Park Mega Millionaire is a hilarious iPhone game if you appreciate the Comedy Central show's crude sense of humor.
This app takes a visual approach to shuffling your music, displaying up to 12 album covers for randomly selected songs in the music library stored on your iPhone or iPod touch. It's a nice upgrade over the shuffle feature, but it's limited by the app's inability to run in the background.
In Driver, you play an undercover cop trying to infiltrate the criminal underground. Ironically, the majority of the game is spent engaging in all sorts of illegal activities.
There's nothing relaxing about this app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Instead of undoing your stress, Stress Free with Deepak Chopra will add to it, thanks to an unintuitive interface, a total lack of documentation, and poor technical support.
It may be easier to find your true love than it is to find a compelling Valentine’s Day-themed app on the App Store.
Uno is one of the most famous card games around. Everyone from your grandmother to your little sister has played this timeless classic and now, thanks to Gameloft, you can take it with you wherever you go.
A $6 app that provides pieces of random fiction may not be for everyone. But McSweeney's delivers great content in a simple, classy interface.
If you like physics and trebuchet-induced destruction, Crush the Castle has your number. Developed by Armor Games Inc, this $2 puzzle game offers 90 levels of addictive destructive fun.
QuickVoice2Text is an excellent recorder capable of capturing high-quality sound for long periods of time. But its chief selling point -- the ability to translate your recordings into text which you can e-mail -- is distressingly hit-and-miss.
Onslaught from Space looks very much like something you would’ve played in a video arcade 20 years ago, and that’s exactly what developer Jake O’Brien had in mind.
We look at nine apps that will either help you enjoy Super Bowl XLIV... or give you a worthwhile distraction should the game not live up to the hype.