Uh-oh, it's magic\nThis week's roundup of iOS apps includes new and better ways to draw pictures, take photos, check the weather, and more.\n1941 Frozen Front\nIt\u2019s time to fight the F\u00fchrer: The free 1941 Frozen Front recreates classic World War II battles between the Soviets and the German Army in a turn-based strategy game. (You\u2019ll spend money on \u201cgold coins\u201d that aid your progress.) The only problem: It\u2019s Nazis versus Communists. They\u2019re all bad guys! Who do you root for?\nAllowanceBot\nThe $2 AllowanceBot allows you and your children to track your weekly payments to them, as well as their progress toward earning their allowance. The app is protected by a parental password to ensure Bobby can\u2019t increase his own allowance.\nDrawing Pad\nThis $2 app has always been one of our favorite ways for diverting a young child. Now Drawing Pad for iPad sports some new improvements. A recent update added text tools, advanced brush control, sketch pencils, and more. This week\u2019s upgrade adds to that feature list two coloring books to appeal to children still trying to learn to color inside the lines.\nIFTTT\nHere\u2019s a nifty app for iPhone: IFTTT can perform one action automatically whenever a trigger is met. (Thus the \u201cif this then that\u201d code name of the app itself.) Example: You can program the app with a \u201crecipe\u201d to email certain friends when you check into restaurants on Foursquare. There are many variations, but this is a productivity app that will automate many nagging little processes for you.\nLimbo\nThis $5 game for iPhone and iPad features a boy searching for his sister in a beautiful, stark black-and-white silhouetted universe. Introduced on iOS last month, Limbo is still working out the bugs\u2014the latest update fixes some of them, while also making clear that the iPod touch is not a supported device.\nOflow\nOflow is a $4 \u201ccreativity app\u201d for iPhone and iPad that tries to get your imagination jump-started with more than 150 methods and questions to get your brain thinking outside the proverbial box. This week\u2019s update lets you view a menu listing all of those methods, and also fixes bugs found in previous versions of the app.\nMickey Mouse Clubhouse Paint and Play\nThe $5 iPhone app lets young users paint Minnie and Mickey Mouse (among other creatures) with \u201cunlimited\u201d combinations of tools, colors, patterns, stickers, and more!\nPhotoMagic\nThe $1 PhotoMagic app for iPhone and iPad is another photo effects app, trying to differentiate itself by quantity: There are more than 30 each of filters, light effects, and frames to use on your photos. This week\u2019s update adds five new \u201ctextures\u201d to the app, as well as support for adding text to your photos.\nWunderMap\nThe free WunderMap app for iPad has always stood out among the ocean of weather-oriented apps; Version 2.0 launches this week with an overhauled user interface and the inclusion of even more weather stations and webcams to make sure you can keep a digital eye on the weather, no matter where you\u2019re at.\nOther apps of note\nFacebook (pictured) now identifies verified celebrities and high-profile brands with a Twitter-style blue checkmark \u2026 Twitter finally marks DMs \u201cread\u201d on one device when you\u2019ve read them on another \u2026 and Tumblr now makes it easier to search for blogs and tags.