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iOS apps enhance the capabilities of a powerful online financial tool.
Comic-Con International is underway, and what better way to mark the occasion than with iPhone and iPad apps that let you read your favorite comic books?
On Tuesday, Next Issue Media brings its all-you-can-read magazine app (previously only for Android tablets) to the iPad.
Spend some time with the recently released Toca Trains -- or any one of the iPhone and iPad offerings from developer Toca Boca -- and you'll quickly see why the app maker has made a name for itself in the App Store.
People new to podcasting will find this podcast manager from Apple useful and relatively easy to operate. But with its occasionally quirky interface and lack of features such as iTunes and subscription syncing, Podcasts is only a modestly capable first step.
This app promises to recommend movies that match the plots and styles of other films you like. Whatever formula Movie Genius Pro is using to come up with its recommendations, it needs a lot more fiddling.
These illustration apps for the iPad can help you take ideas in your head and put them on the page.
These apps can help you keep an eye on Wall Street no matter where you happen to be.
This chronicle of the filming of Monty Python and the Holy Grail packs in an amazing amount of information that fans of Monty Python and movie-making will surely appreciate.
The Marvel AR app will appeal to comic book aficionados who enjoy looking behind-the-scenes for the comic production process and are immersed in the Marvel Universe.
If you come from a traditional painting background, but are new to iPad art, this app’s simple workflow might be just what you are looking for.
If you're a frequent moviegoer, and especially if you regularly go to the movies with family or friends, Wigglehop is a standout app that makes it easy to plan your next cinematic excursion. And it's even easier to share that plan with others.
Fans of classic movies should steer clear of these companion apps for the cable channel the same way they'd avoid a cinematic stinker.