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This information-packed app offers an immense amount of global financial news while also letting you track your investments.
Regardless of whether you're using the iPhone version of this app or the iPad edition, Animation Creator provides a great way to try your hand at putting your drawings into motion.
The iPad is a natural for sketching and doodling, and this app is one of the most advanced painting offerings you'll find on the App Store.
This app, which repeats what you've type in a synthetic voice, is easy to use and works fine. The question is, what would you use it for?
This iPad app for sketching out ideas and jotting down notes is certainly functional. But there are some minor user interface issues, and the app really doesn't stand out from similar offerings in the App Store.
If you need to know what star appeared in which movie when, this app is a must-have regardless of the iOS device you use. IMDb takes the information from its movie reference Website and formats it in a way that's suited perfectly for the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
This free app can guide you to live theater and other performances, though it seems to work best in major metropolitan areas.
Its Star Trek-inspired look may impress some users, but if you're interested in reading your RSS feeds, STARSS isn't the answer. Pulse News Reader is a more compelling offering for the iPad -- at least if you don't subscribe to more than a handful of feeds.
If the vast majority of your bill-paying life is lived online, this well-designed app from Pageonce is ideal for keeping track of your money.
This hybrid app does the job of converting currency quickly and efficiently, no matter what device you use. And at $1, the price is right for this hybrid app.
Clever animations and interactivity make this app a nice diversion -- especially for kids.
Want to watch videos on your iPhone or iPad without having to convert them into a compatible format and sync them to your device? Air Video lets you stream movies from your home Mac or PC to your iOS device.
This app promises to deliver a brief overview of a historical event to your iPhone or iPod touch each day. While an image of the event appears, the promised overview does not. As a result, Today's History falls flat.
The iPhone version of this painting app was outstanding, and the iPad offering lives up to its predecessor. This app is one of the most intuitive and exciting ways to paint or draw and a must-have for anyone with a creative bent.
Even if you have no background in graphic design, AddLib is a creative and fun way to add a new look to some of your photos.