Check it out: nearly 20 brand new apps that you’ll wonder how your iPhone or iPad ever got along without.
National Geographic’s The World app for iPad is an interactive globe onto which dozens of flat, paper maps can be overlaid for more detailed views. Like a real-world spinning globe, it’s designed as a cool way to learn about the Earth’s geography.
There are more games gone free this weekend than you can shake a virtual stick at. (And hey, there’s probably an app for that, anyway.) Check out these more than 25 free apps this weekend!
Ever worry that you might miss hearing about the latest and greatest and most noteworthy apps? Worry no more. Here are the very best apps released just this week to the iTunes App Store.
From the creators of Fruit Ninja comes this non-traditional side-scroller. There’s just one level to master in Jetpack Joyride, but that’s okay, because the point isn’t to move through level after level, it’s to keep upgrading your character and equipment.
Education apps, Entertainment apps, Finance apps, Games, Lifestyle, Music, Photography, Productivity, Sports, and much more in this weekend’s big edition of Free Apps!
This week saw the release of some innovative history apps, music discovery tools, and news apps, along with some intriguing games.
When Steve Jobs first introduced the Apple iPad, it was launched with such fanfare that the technopress were referring to it as the “Jesus Tablet”. Well, Apple could only remain in the clouds for just so long, and now, at about the same time as the introduction of the third generation of iPad, that other […]
Apple’s battle with Samsung continues to heat up but looking at the tally, it looks like Apple is gaining an upper hand. First, It gained an injunction against the Galaxy Tab in Germany, and the import of three Samsung products were banned in Europe. Apple may have hit a little snag in Australia but it […]
Have you ever used an ink brush? The kind used so often in Japanese art and character writing? Whether you have or haven’t, you’re going to find that Psoft Mobile’s Zen Brush simulates the feel of using one with staggering realism.