More challenging than the average bubble-popping iOS game, Splash It! is a frantic cycle of corresponding color selection and popping.
Articles and Reviews by Jennifer Beam
Stingy Bees is a visually-appealing physics game that adds a logic puzzle element to the typical catapult challenge.
Like a modern day mood ring, MyEmotions is an entertaining app that will assess your feelings based on a short quiz.
A unique puzzle with a hint of physics and a well-designed theme, Happy Sheep is a fun, colorful iPhone game that's hard not to fall in love with.
Listen to and guess TV theme songs from six decades with AudioTVSeries, the iPhone game that challenges players to name popular shows.
Like digital 20 questions, Akinator the Genie is an entertaining guessing game that challenges players to think of a character and stump the AI.
With three simple options, Haiku Deck helps iPad users effortlessly build presentations for sharing ideas that will be talked about.
No Wolf brings classic slide puzzles to the iPhone with a collection of challenging puzzles with some fun and surprising elements.
Zany Face TV is a free photo and video app that combines head shot photos with aniamted facial features and audio recordings to create videos for sharing.
Anatopia is a mash-up game that combines the general gameplay of three popular mobile games – Angry Birds, Plants vs. Zombies and Fruit Ninja – into one.
Get Happy is the iPhone app that lets you take motivational tips and inspiration with you - like having a life coach in your pocket.
Doodlebook is a social drawing game for iPhone and iPad that allows complete freedom of expression while challenging your creativity and imagination. Doodle on, Dude!
As an interactive storybook on the iPad, Amelia and Terror of the Night comes out on top for superb animation and more extensive interactions than most.
Perfect Pic imports videos, slows them down and captures individual frames. The result is a quick, easy way to turn iPhone video clips into the ideal photograph.
Leo's Pad is appisode 1 in a new series from Kidaptive and Stanford University. This imaginative iPad app makes history fun for preschoolers.