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This nicely designed, easy-to-use app that may provide a valuable service for some users. But My Med ID is not without its downsides.
Inspired by the recently released film from Disney and director Tim Burton, Alice in Wonderland is a remarkably clever 2-D adventure game that is more than a mere movie tie-in.
With the release of a 3.0 version of this mobile golf game, we revisit Tiki Golf 3D and find that, unfortunately, ample bugs will need to be corrected before this game is up to par.
Noby Noby Boy is less of a game than an experience, and it’s the kind of experience that feels like a trippy art project that’s tough to appreciate.
While there are a few minor interface issues with these mobile versions of the Audubon Field Guides, the apps focusing on birds, mammals, wildflowers, and trees all deliver the power and depth you'd expect from the National Audubon Society.
The In-Ear Headphones are comfortable, fit well, and provide a great overall sound. Though other models may feature subjectively better bass, few match the design.
Instead of the normal "run-and-gun" mayhem, Doom II RPG is a turn-based role playing game with more emphasis on strategy and dungeon crawling than pure gunplay.
Juicy Development’s FastTrac claims it can get users on more rides and attractions at Disneyland while avoiding long queue times.
For just a buck, this voice-morphing app proves to be a decent source of entertainment.
Finally combining my love of gardening and my need to slaughter the undead, Plants vs. Zombies is a unique tower defense game from PopCap Games
In these days of login-mania, a password manager is almost a requirement if you want to keep your data secure while maintaining your sanity. 1Password on the Mac and the iPhone is a hard combination to beat, regardless of which version of the mobile app you use.
If you plan on doing any snorkeling on your next visit to Hawaii, this reference guide's vivid pictures and information will prove to be a worthy travel companion.
Resident Evil 4 Mobile Edition embodies a lot of the original Resident Evil spirit in its debut for the iPhone and iPod Touch. While the controls handicap an otherwise smooth transition to the new platform, fans of the series and those seeking a brutally difficult challenge should still give this title a look.
Looking for an alternative to the iPhone's on-screen keyboard? This fascinating app lets you jot down handwritten notes by dragging your finger across the screen of the iPhone or iPod touch.
When it comes to an app that can find a concert, let you share your thoughts with other concert-goers (through Twitter), and search based on your location, SuperGlued shows a lot of promise. But the app didn't always work quite right in our tests.