Time, from microseconds to millennia, is no problem for one of the apps in this week's roundup. We've also got some great graphics software, a virtual music maestro, and an app that will keep you fit everywhere you go.
Unlike the Mac, iOS devices can natively stream audio to just a single AirPlay destination. However, with some third-party help, you can work around this limitation.
Adam's F5 is a powered, near-field monitor small enough for a medium-sized desk. When properly positioned, you'd be hard pressed to find a better sounding speaker for the price.
Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and guest Greg Knauss talk about Greg's romance-themed iPhone app, the shocking revelation that Apple will release new products, iPhone games Flappy Bird and Threes, tech words we hate, and staying organized.
Maestro Breen reaches the double-bar in his look at GarageBand.
CanOpener works well to improve the sound of older tracks playing on you iPhone or iPad.
If, back in the day, you ever played Cyan's Myst or Riven, you'll want to tune in as one of its creators, Robyn Miller, joins in to talk about his past as rock-star game designer and present as independent filmmaker.
Equalization—aka EQ—can improve the sounds coming out of your iOS device without requiring you to buy expensive new headphones. Here's how it works and why you should be using it.
Coppertino's updated music player polishes the rough edges and adds some key new features. Jonathan Seff takes a first look at the new version.
One of GarageBand's finest features is its ability to act as a great mimic of real instruments. With a Mac and musical keyboard you've got an orchestra at your fingertips.