Let’s face it. If you’re not a math nerd, then spreadsheets are dull as dirt. But a new iOS app called Grid is changing the definition of what a spreadsheet is, making it a dazzling, intuitive tool for practically anything you can imagine.
There are dozens of stop-motion animation apps available in the App Store, but it’s harder to imagine one that’s easier to use while still being powerful, than iStopMotion. It also might be the only one made specifically for the iPad.
Comic-Con is happening right now in San Diego. The mega-event has celebrated comics and pop culture for 44 years now, but thanks to digital media, comics are no longer business-as-usual.
For the first time ever, the Olympics will be streamed to mobile devices in its entirety. Thanks to a pair of just-released iOS apps, you can follow the Olympics on your iPhone or iPad.
Wednesday is a holiday, and you know what that means: big deals on great gaming apps in iTunes! There are dozens of games on sale already, and here’s a comprehensive list.
Looking for an alternative to Safari for iPhone or iPad? (Aren’t we all?) Google may have answered your prayers, because they’ve just brought Chrome to iOS.
To support Pixar’s latest box office hit, Disney Publishing has released a pair of book apps that allow younger viewers to relive the story of Brave. Here’s my take on them both.
Every Instagram user who owns an iPad has spent many an hour hunting for that one really fantastic Instagram client for iPad. There are plenty of them available, but none that work with the elegance and simplicity of Iris.
It’s a holiday weekend, and keen-eyed app lovers know what that means: deep discounts on popular apps in the iTunes App Store! There are literally hundreds of apps available at crazy low prices this weekend, and here’s a convenient list of every sale that’s happening.
Everywhere I look, Paper is all anybody’s talking about this week. This brand new, heavily buzzed iPad app has a lot going for it. Here’s what it is, and why it’s getting so much hype.