Don't-Miss Entertainment software Stories
Spend less time creating playlists and more time enjoying them with Nasturtium Player.
Musique is a functional and easy to use music player that will appeal to both beginner and more advanced users. With its basic features and beautiful interface, it will quickly become your go-to place when you want to relax to some music.
Delicious Library 3 makes a real attempt to keep up with the digital nature of today’s bookshelves, but it’s not quite all the way there. The app’s still worth buying, though, if the vast majority of your media collection remains in physical items like books, albums, and DVDs.
Netflix's streaming video app for the iPhone and iPad are a must-install for most users. Unfortunately, while playback is fairly competent, limited additional options make queue management frustrating.
Ted Talks features lectures on topics ranging from feminism to biology, from education to poverty, and from creativity to so much more.
This Is Not An App comes from author and illustrator Keri Smith. And if you don't find it too precious, you may well enjoy it.
The classic TV special is now an iPhone and iPad app, and while Loud Crow's mobile offering is charming enough, it doesn't match the greatness of the cartoon that inspired it.
BuddyTV attempts to bridge the gap between TV listing apps and social features, but its flaws far outweigh its usefulness.
Into_Now is what social TV should be -- a fun, innovative way to share what you’re watching with others. But one thing is missing: enough people participating in the conversation.
GetGlue's large user community makes this app the most engaging of the social TV apps available now.
If you find yourself bored while watching TV, add some spice to your viewing by making a game of it with Miso.
TV Guide Mobile makes it easy to find what’s new and if streaming versions are available, though its social features lack in comparison to other TV companion options.
From viewing trailers to securing tickets, these apps can make a night at the movies go much more smoothly.
With The Simpsons: Tapped Out making its triumphant return to the App Store, here are some other cartoon stars with iOS apps all their own.
iOS apps enhance the capabilities of a powerful online financial tool.