Fun and games\nWe\u2019ve got the latest version of Madden in this week's update. We\u2019ve also got better ways to read comic books and listen to music. Read on.\nDelectable Wine\nThe free Delectable Wine app for iPhone has always been an aid to budding oenophiles; version 3.0 has launched with personalized recommendations for the user, based on the wines the users has enjoyed, the wines trending within the DW community, and wines being enjoyed by the user\u2019s friends. Never drink a bad merlot again.\nI Just Want Coffee\nIn an age where recommendation apps try to point you to every possible good experience in an unfamiliar locale, the $2 I Just Want Coffee app keeps things simple\u2014it just points you to the nearest coffee shops. Version 2.0 is similarly simple; it merely overhauls the user interface and expands the app from just the iPhone to a fully universal iOS offering.\nLiving Earth\nThe popular Living Earth, a $3 iOS app, has been updated to offer alerts for tropical cyclones, the current temp at your location displayed on the app icon in your home screen, a volume setting so alarms aren\u2019t too alarming, and a host of smaller user interface changes.\nMadden NFL 25\nAfter all these years, Madden NFL 25 probably won\u2019t have to do much to sell itself. But like EA\u2019s other iOS games, it relies on a \u201cfreemium\u201d model\u2014meaning that to make progress in the game or unlock the full playbook, you\u2019ll have to make in-app purchases ranging from $2 up to $100. It\u2019s probably the ultimate test of EA\u2019s business model.\nFlickr for iPhone\nFilters are still the hottest thing in sharing your photos online, and the latest update to Yahoo\u2019s Flickr app goes all out by adding lots. You can preview the filtered effect live as your shooting, and even make custom adjustments to the filters to put your own spin on things. There are also a host of new shooting and editing tools so you get the image you want, every time. \u2014Dan Moren\nMarvel Unlimited\nThe free Marvel Unlimited app for iOS has been updated for better offline use\u2014developers have doubled, from six to 12, the number of issues that can be saved for reading even when users aren\u2019t in range of an Internet connection.\ntadaa 3D\nThis $4 photo app doesn\u2019t actually create 3D pictures\u2014instead, it offers 3D simulations and animations that make your photos appear to react as you move your phone. It includes dozens of HD filters, and membership in tadaa\u2019s community of users.\nTuneIn Radio Pro\nTuneIn Radio Pro, a $5 iOS app, is one of the better music-streaming apps out there. The newest update lets users stay current, allowing them to swipe up or down to see a history of their recent activity, along with recommendations for radio stations and programs they might enjoy.\nUS Open\nThe free U.S. Open app for iOS lets you follow the tennis championship tournament with live scores, live video and radio, news updates, photos, a schedule of play, and more. If you\u2019re a tennis fan, you really can\u2019t go without this app.\nOthers of note\nReadQuick (pictured) has added support for iPhone, as well Macworld and TechHive articles \u2026 BitTorrent Sync has arrived on iPhone \u2026 Twitter has updated with new features designed to make it easier to follow conversation threads.