Don’t let the name fool you: Mazonaut is about mazes, not delicious mazzoball soup. After you recover from that initial disappointment, Mazonaut is a fun and fast-paced game for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.1
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Rule the Market with Insider Trades
Insider Trades seeks to be a go-to source for keeping tabs on your stock portfolio. With detailed company information and an easy-to-navigate interface it is a good addition for the financially savvy or those just getting started with watching the market.
Gather Some Friends and get Knowsy
Knowsy - Plenty of board games have made the leap to the iPad. Scrabble, Monopoly and other long-time favorites have converted their popular gameplay to the iPad's multi-touch screen. Along comes Knowsy. It plays like a board game that has been re-imagined for the iPad.
Nike+ GPS Brings Accurate Tracking and Social Media Bragging Rights
Nike+ GPS is a study in appropriate technology. The first upgrade that long-time users of the Nike+ GPS app will notice is that the iPhone is now doing what the iPhone has been able to do for a long time: tell where you are.
Unforgettable iTunes Announcement on the Way from Apple
Apple posted an early-morning message on Monday teasing consumers with the promise of something new to come for the iTunes Store. "Tomorrow is just another day. That you'll never forget," reads the message on Apple's home page. "Check back here tomorrow for an exciting announcement from iTunes.
Slice It! This Precision Puzzle Could Become Your Next Obsession
Was there a guy in your sixth-grade class who spent day after day drawing geometric shapes on graph paper, fascinated by the perfect symmetry that medium afforded him? Well, he's made an app.
With Pro HDR Camera App, iPhone Photos Rival the Real Deal
For the uninitiated, HDR photography is all the rage, supplanting tilt-shift photography as the trendiest way to manipulate your photos and earn your Flickr feed a little extra attention.
RecipePad Lets iPad Users Rule the Kitchen, and Organize Recipes
RecipePad - The iPad continues to become a chef's companion with an increasing number of apps dedicated to the culinary arts. Among the latest is RecipePad, which is usable for creating and saving recipes. You get the most out of RecipePad if you have a Mac and use MacGourmet or Yummy Soup.
neu.Draw: Finger-friendly Vector Drawing Awaits
Those who want a more complex drawing experience should give neu.Draw a try. This is not just another app for doodling or making casual pictures. From the same developers that brought us neu.Notes, this iPad app is designed for those who want to create vector drawings with a high level of precision.
Find Your Voice with Voice Changer
Interested in a voice changing application for your iPhone? Voice Changer by Hurryforward Ltd. is a plausible option for just .99.
Use iLIVEx for Remote Access to X Applications With iPad
The iLIVEx app for iPad and connected suite of solutions is a good, low-cost way to network a small business or organization. StarNet Communications has come up with a straightforward method for those who want to use an iPad to stay connected to a remote desktop.
Thump Football Puts Your Predictions to the Test
Thump Football is a true original, so it requires more explanation than your typical iPhone app. Let’s start with what it isn’t: Thump Football isn't fantasy football, and it isn't a football video game.
Need a Quote? Find it on iBestQuotes
If you’re a quote junky and are always looking for an appropriate quote for any occasion, then definitely check out iBestQuotes for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
KidneyDiet Aims to Simplify Dietary Restrictions for Kidney Patients
As a health and nutritional reference, KidneyDiet provides an excellent portable guide option specifically designed for kidney disease patients. For those suffering from chronic kidney disease or end stage renal failure, diet plays a very important role in maintaining health.
Cocktails HD: Perfect For Fancy People Who Put Booze in a Glass
I’m just going to do this review in full-on geezer mode. (For a female perspective on Cocktails HD, see our previous review of the iPhone version, Pocket Cocktails.) Here’s how you make a martini. Five parts gin, one part vermouth, unless you want it dry.