This disease-themed simulation game is difficult enough to challenge you, approachable enough to be learned, and -- with a variety of unlockable plague types -- variable enough to keep you busy long after you've beaten it the first time.
With the political conventions kicking off this week, these apps can keep you up-to-date on all the latest election news between now and November.
It may have started out life as an Android app, but this is just about a perfect to-do manager for your iPhone.
Think you're pretty good with words? Ayopa Games's W.E.L.D.E.R. will test your word power, Dan Moren says.
You've seen them display their culinary talents on TV. Now carry their recipes and tips with you on your iOS device, with these cooking apps and restaurant finders.
Rovio's follow-up to its Angry Birds success is a decent and enjoyable physics puzzle game, though not a particularly exceptional one.
These iOS apps can help you track changing weather conditions and formulate a plan in the event of a natural disaster.
At its best, this interactive comedy from Chillingo shows off beautifully animated physical comedy. But the actual game itself can be frustrating due to a lack of feedback.
These iOS apps can tell you about any hold-ups or bottlenecks that might crop up en route to where you want to go.
iOS games come and go, but Tiny Tower has kept its place on Philip Michaels's iPad. Find out why he likes this mobile sim game.