Part creative tool, part game, Let’s Create Pottery is a sublime, fascinating app for iPad and iPhone that simulates the art of pottery creation.
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.
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.
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.
You’d have a hard time finding a photo editor that makes tweaking those pictures to perfection as easy as Snapseed does. Also inside: a before-and-after gallery of my own edited photos.
Wacom’s Bamboo Stylus for iPad is a sleek, super stylish accessory that looks and feels great. But does it work?
Despite Steve Jobs’ wishes for finger-only input devices, there are a number of tasks on your iPad or iPhone that are made considerably simpler with the use of a stylus.Â I’ve been using Targus’ acclaimed Stylus for iPad extensively (and almost exclusively) for the last week, and the verdict is positive.
Ever heard of “letterpress,” aka the wood-tile printing press? It’s becoming an extreme rarity in our modern age, the hand-crafted beauty of it going nearly extinct.Â LetterMpressÂ for iPad isÂ the creation of letterpress enthusiasts who want to keep the artform alive.
There was a time when TV Guide‘sÂ grid was useful. Back in the days when there were only a handful of channels or even a few dozen. But today, when most cable or satellite subscribers getÂ hundreds of channels, we need a new paradigm. Enter TV Forecast HD.
Deceptively simple but hard to master, Bumpy Road might just be the perfect cure to every kind of “few minutes of boredom.”