[UPDATED] With a steady influx of awesome games and enhancements to the inner workings of iOS, the iPad has turned into an exceptional gaming platform. And, best of all, you don't need to pay a cent to enjoy many of these gaming highlights. To ensure you've sampled the best the App Store has to offer, we've assembled a list of the cream of the crop of free iPad games. Suitable for hardcore and casual gamers alike, these are the 25 best iPad games that money need not buy.
By now, some of you have spent your first full weekend with Apple Watch, which launched last Friday with more than 3,000 compatible apps. While we've got a more comprehensive article on the way with our favorite and most useful watch apps, we're dedicating this week's edition of New App Recap to new and updated favorites that offer unique wrist-friendly skills for predicting the future, sticking to a budget, tracking to-do lists, and more! And if you don't have an Apple Watch, don't worry; these apps are compatible with traditional iOS devices, too. We've got it all covered in this special edition of the New App Recap!
Raise your hand if you're excited about Apple Watch! Okay, the couple of you in the back who didn't raise your hands, stick around, because this edition of Apple Daily has some non-Watch news as well. But if you're not excited, you probably should be, because new Apple product-category launches don't happen too often! Let's dispense with the tomfoolery and jump right in.
Yes, the Apple Watch is launching tomorrow, but your iPhone and iPad are still the best ways to get your gaming fix on the go for now. This week’s batch of AppStore downloads features some fresh new puzzlers like Dungeon Link and Battle Odyssey as well as the clever Does Not Commute. Those looking for some scares can try out Forgotten Memories and UFC fans will enjoy EA’s latest title. And if you’re picking up an Apple Watch, Letterpad is the game you’ll want. Read on for more great picks.
[UPDATED] Free is king in the world of mobile gaming, but that doesn't mean that games have to be compromised or bad. On the contrary, good design trumps business models, as the following games show. These are 25 brilliant examples of iPhone games that are both free and excellent. They don't cost a penny to try, so give 'em a chance.
While Microsoft may have slightly missed the tablet and phone revolution, it’s now roaring back with a vengeance. It started with OneNote, then Office on iOS became free, very useful, and pretty user-friendly. And now here’s Outlook, offering an incredibly smart, lightweight email experience that works with Gmail, iCloud, and loads more services.
The Apple Watch won't be out until Friday, but there are plenty of fresh apps for your current iOS devices to keep you occupied until then. This week's collection of the best new and updated apps includes a new two-track audio recorder, a hot update to Tumblr, a popular Mac music player now on iPhone, a pair of new Office 365 companion apps, and new ways to keep tabs on your iOS device, write notes, get out of bed, and get alerted. Without further ado, let's jump into this week's New App Recap!
Now that you've knuckled down and got your taxes in order, let productivity take a backseat to some freshly discounted apps and games. You deserve some fun, right? Games for you and games for your kids, as well as some fitness apps to help burn off any stress-eating pounds you might have experienced this week as you itemized deductions. You'll definitely save on taxes, too — sales taxes that is — with this collection of cut prices.
This week’s batch of AppStore downloads features some familiar names as well as brand new games that are worth your time and dollars. Hearthstone finally makes its way to iPhone and features some sleek mobile-friendly additions fans will love. For those wanting a bit more action, WWE 2K provides all the pounding necessary for a good throw down. Tiny Guardians provides us with an adorable tower defense experience and Mega Drift is a racing game we can’t put the brakes on. Want more options? Read on for more great downloads.
Thanks to an emphasis on usability instead of complex functionality, Procreate Pocket is an incredibly easy and fun to use art app. With the screen uncluttered by tools you can focus on the simple pleasure of drawing and painting. But is it as good as its iPad counterpart?