Spend July 4 with some iPhone and iPad offerings that showcase the people, places, and ideas that represent some of the best things about America.
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.
The iD9 is a fairly simple speaker dock for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod, and its price reflects that. But the iD9 sounds good for the money.
ESPN's X Games may have wrapped up for another year, but you can always make like a daredevil from the relative safety of your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with these extreme games.
This casual airline sim offers plenty of charm, but you need a lot of patience -- or some hefty in-app purchases -- to build up your fleet of planes.
The poet of them all who will start them simply raving is the poet that they call the Bard of Stratford-on-Avon. And these apps can help you enjoy his plays and sonnets.
Life is full of ups and downs. These iOS roller-coaster simulators can help you enjoy every twist and turn.
This simulation game -- in which you build out an underground kingdom -- suffers from sluggish pacing and slow-in-coming rewards.
If you've played Temple Run, you'll be very familiar with this Brave-themed version of the endless action game.
Summer's here, and if you're planning on hitting the road, these apps can help you plan your journey.