Don't-Miss iPods Stories
Ben Boychuk looks at a trio of apps for the iPhone and iPod touch that will help you organize your worldly possessions and perhaps save you some time in the long run. The three home inventory apps serve the same purpose and share similar drawbacks, but My Stuff emerges as the most user-friendly offering of this lot.
Dragon’s Lair is essentially an interactive animated film. Considering one of the most popular arcade games of all time, Digital Leisure has done a terrific job porting this stunning classic to the iPhone and iPod touch.
While audiophiles should look elsewhere, the miSoccer iPod speaker is surprisingly good (with a little tweaking).
If you find yourself listening to the same songs over and over again on your iPhone and iPod touch, this free app is a great way to get out of your musical rut. Moodagent can build playlists that reflect your current emotional state.
It’s never an easy task to translate a successful console game into an iPhone app, but Gameloft has done an impressive job with Assassin’s Creed II: Discovery.
This excellent to-do list management app is as easy to use as it is powerful, which is a decidedly impressive combination.
This single-funciton app allows you to streamline your music by filtering out artists and albums with a limited number of songs. Song Sift isn't a powerful app, but it's good at what it does.
How much you like Eliminate Pro, a 3D first-person shooter game from Ngmoco will depend on three things: how much you enjoy shooting things, how much time you have on your hands, and how much money you’re willing to invest into an iPhone game.
Most users who utilize -- or at the very least monitor -- their e-mail on the iPhone or iPod touch will likely find this audio e-mail notification app quite useful.
This app, which contains 600 whiskey reviews, is an indispensable source of advice on what to try, with high-quality content and information. A few tweaks to the way iWhiskey presents that information would turn this into a truly great app for your iPhone and iPod touch.
Rabbids are maniacal rabbits and the stars of the "Rayman Raving Rabbids" series of video games. In Ubisoft's Rabbids Go Phone, you can manipulate and customize your bunny-like Rabbid or simply watch it dance to your soundtrack.
Have you ever been away from home and wished you had access to a photo in your iPhoto library? If so, Cinq can let you view and save your entire photo library on your phone.
N.O.V.A. - Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance is one of the most anticipated and hyped titles to be release on the iPhone platform and with good cause. Gameloft has taken gaming on the iPhone to a whole new level with captivating graphics, awesome FPS action and even online death matches.
While looks and features are just fine, the IDR650m earphones aren’t quite the sound investment the price might suggest, though you can find them significantly discounted online.
Just when you thought a genre of puzzle had played itself out, along comes StarBurst. It succeeds by combining accessible basic gameplay, strategy to challenge the dedicated puzzle fan, and hours of fun for everyone.