Editor’s Picks Apps
Catapult King - Chillingo's New Take on Launch-and-Destroy
In the wake of so many Angry Birds wannabe apps, the biggest hurdle to success seems to have been capturing the same charm whilst changing things up enough to provide a completely new game experience.
Kids Mosaic HD Challenges Your Child to Recreate Shapes and Patterns Using Blocks
Kids Mosaic HD will challenge, as well as entertain, your child. The educational app has a simple premise that will keep children engaged.
Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 Completes the iOS Journey
Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 for iPhone and iPad is the backend of the only Lego gaming experience available for iOS.
InstaFrame Pro is Perfect for Photo Framing, Editing and Sharing
InstaFrame Pro is a simple-to-use, full featured photography app that makes framing, captioning and editing photos easy to do and easy to share.
Vocalerts Allows Users to Create Custom Alarms and Messages
I must admit, I really do not use many productivity apps on my iOS devices. I am in the dark ages when it comes to productivity and still use a paper calendar and have an actual alarm clock. So I was excited when I had the opportunity to try out Vocalerts, a custom alarm app by the developers at Phoenix Labs Pty Ltd.
KidneyDiet Update Makes Following Physician Guidelines a Breeze
KidneyDiet is a simple to use food database and food log that helps users identify, track and compare totals of those nutrients specific to a kideny diet.
Vixes HD: Help Valie and Alie Create Dreams in Interactive Storybook
There are many application's in the Apple App store fighting for your children's attention, and while I am sure there are many other quality apps out there as well, Vixes is an app that is sure to please both parents and children alike.
Hands on Equations for iPad Proves Value of Visual Help for Algebra
For many kids, especially visual learners, algebra is an enigma that confuses and discourages. Fortunately, technology has a way of providing help and the iPad as an educational tool is very useful with the right apps.
Spy Fox in Dry Cereal - Part Spy, Part Fox, And 100% Fun For All Ages!
The name's Fox, Spy Fox.
Okay, okay. All cliches aside what we're talking about here is Spy Fox in Dry Cereal, one of the latest 1990's adventure games to find itself ported to the iOS. Along with the likes of Another World, and Putt Putt, it seems one of the big fads for developers is to port old favorites to iOS for a volatile mixture of nostalgia and old-fashioned entertainment — but who could blame them!
Get ToDo Checklist Task and Event Organizer and Get Things Done
ToDo Checklist is an easy to use, full functional event and task organizer app with email, DropBox syncing and more.
MacBrickout: Retro Meets Modern in Classic Brickbusting Game
MacBrickout is retro meets modern and the result is a solid brick-breaking arcade game that translates well to the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
PDF Connoisseur Perfect for Forms, Contracts, File Transfer and More
Let me say up front that I detest handling PDFs on mobile devices. Sure, they're easy to muck around with on the desktop and yes, it's easy to view on your mobile devices such as the iPad, but when it comes to getting a signature or exporting a file to a PDF, the desktop reigns supreme.
Brandnew Boy: Brawler + RPG Action = Winning Combo
Brandnew Boy is one of the reasons I continue to look through thousands of apps constantly to try and uncover the best. Not all apps have a huge marketing campaign surrounding their launch and some, like this one, tend to burn up the charts based on pure merit.
MyMusicCloud's Cross-Compatible Solution Streams Music to All Your Devices
If you're the type who lives life with a custom soundtrack of personalized playlists, streaming music over the cloud is the best thing since the iPod put 5,000 songs in your pocket. As any music lover can attest, once your collection is over a few gigs of data, it becomes impossible to store on your mobile device.
Builda the Re-bicycler, an Interactive Children's Book that Will Keep Your Child Entertained
iOS devices are changing the way people interact with the world around them by providing new and innovative ways to use everyday objects. The children's book genre, which hasn't seen an upgrade since the days of the pop up books, has been a welcomed beneficiary of the iOS revolution.