Don't-Miss iPods Stories
Pac-Man CE has plenty to tackle, but unless you're a big Pac-Man fan, you might find the bulk of the content repetitive. The missions will develop your skill, but they get old fast.
Both versions of this news app are capable aggregators. Now if only News Rush's developer would add ways to separate the useful sources from the less useful ones.
JBL's Reference 430 headphones are more flashy than fabulous.
Even if you're not into hip-hop music, this app inspired by T-Pain's distinctive sound is sure to impress.
Logitech's S315i rechargeable iPod speaker provides good sound, but lacks a remote and is a bit expensive.
This standalone iPhone and iPod touch app offers many useful features for tracking the time you spend on projects. And the free lite version is a solid offering as well.
Digital Chocolate succeeds in bringing a beautiful and entertaining miniature golf game to the iPhone and iPod touch.
This baseball slugging game fails to live up to the standards set by better baseball-themed offerings in the App Store.
This app lets you listen in live to NBA games in addition to giving you easy access to player stats and team standings. It does all of this in a well-designed, simple-to-use package.
With its great graphics, smooth controls and casual charm Mini Squadron loop-de-loops its way into a favored spot on your home screen.
Having 54 news sources in one app is definitely convenient, and News Fuse USA delivers them in a snappy interface. But the absence of customization and social features is too noticeable.
Voltron doesn't wow with impressive visuals, but the retro graphics and gameplay suit the '80s cartoon series very well. Fans nostalgic for Voltron should definitely give this game a try.
In our round-up of mobile bill tracking apps, both BillMinder and BillTracker are very good options with features that some users may find more appealing than others. But in Ben Boychuk's estimation, BillMinder enjoys an edge over the competition.
Fans of Pocket God will notice a lot of similarities between that god game and Pocket Devil, which puts you in the cloven-heeled boots of the man downstairs. Pocket Devil is not without its gory charms, but it's a far cry from the quality of Pocket God.
With the release of Asphalt 5, Gameloft careens its way into the upper echelon of arcade style racing games on the iPhone. This racer lets you blaze down streets at break neck speeds, smash into cars, collect power-ups, find shortcuts and launch into huge jumps.