Featuring a diverse mix of smart, funny, and thought-provoking games, this week’s batch of AppStore titles is sure to give your mind a workout. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, for example, will make you nostalgic as you play through some classic battles the series is known for. Continue your interactive journey and make more critical decisions in Episode 3 of Game of Thrones. Or why not put your logic and reasoning skills to the test in games like Rebus and The Trace? Lots of other great games made our list too, so read on and see what you should be downloading.
This week's New App Recap is almost entirely about having fun — whether it's finding a new movie to see, creating a social photo wall with party guests, assembling messages with friends into a shareable video, or turning iPhone photos into unique wood prints suitable for displaying on your shelf or refrigerator. We'll also tell you how to get classic Atari games for free just by exercising, and an Apple Pay competitor that finally joins the Touch ID party. It's all here in our spring fever app recap!
The AppStore is bustling again this week, providing us with another impressive selection of games worthy of your time and money. Take SwapQuest, for instance: a game that is part puzzle, part RPG, and all parts amazing. Have some laughs playing the latest episode of Tales from the Borderlands and slash some foes in Stormblades. Or, why not treat yourself to the soothing sounds of Adventures of Poco Eco? Enjoy.
Few apps benefit from the great new iOS 8 features like Deliveries (formerly Delivery Status touch), already the Mercedes of apps for tracking packages from a dizzying assortment of shipping providers. Version 6.0 adds Notification Center support courtesy of a Today widget for keeping tabs even when the app is closed, a more refined UI and slick new iPhone 6 landscape view.
It finally feels like spring is in the air, and we're celebrating with another collection of new and updated apps! Relive childhood memories of trading Star Wars cards with friends, unlock your Mac just by approaching with your iPhone, edit photos, schedule events with your Google account, tweak geolocation or time and date metadata on images, walk, ride, or drive somewhere new, watch your kid become Rembrandt, or just discover a new movie with the latest edition of our New App Recap!
This week the AppStore features both sequels and mobile-enhanced versions of familiar titles that fans and newcomers alike are sure to enjoy. Dungeon Hunter 5 delivers more missions and role-playing elements the series is known for and adds a strong narrative this time around. Survival-horror fans are sure to enjoy the frights that come in Five Nights at Freddy’s 3, and turn-based strategy fans will relish in the galactic world of Sid Meier’s Starships. There are plenty of other addictive and quirky titles too, so have a look!
The land of Westeros from the Game of Thrones TV/book series isn't the nicest place to live, but there are a lot of fans who surely wouldn't mind visiting. The video game adaptation recently landed on iOS devices under the watchful eye of renowned development studio Telltale, maker of the astounding Walking Dead games, but is it a worthy addition to the property's storied mythos?
Start the new week with some great new apps! Our picks include a cool way to catch up on news from the lock screen, an app for wrangling address book contacts, a better way to edit screenshots, video challenges, a slick way to find and pay for an apartment, Imgur on the iPhone, and a fun way to Show Your Disney Side. Check 'em out!
Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage in San Francisco to talk about the company's latest retail store in China, a price reduction for Apple TV, and the new HBO Now streaming plan before moving on to updates on how the iPhone is selling.
Though they don't usually get the hype of their PC and console brethren, there are lots of great games for Mac — and more are arriving all the time. Don't believe it? Look no further than the 2015 Game Developer's Conference, which was held this week in San Francisco, CA. From strategy games to adventures to platformers, a wide variety of titles headed to Mac were on display, and, naturally, a number of impressive iOS games were shown as well. Some of these games are coming soon, and others are many months away, but here are 15 great-looking games for Mac and iOS that you should keep an eye on.