From dungeon crawlers to pinball to casual titles great for your commute, this week’s batch of App Store downloads aims to please. Episode 4 of Game of Thrones features some intense action sequences as well as some hope for House Forrester, so keep your fingers ready for surprises during every scene. Two great PC roguelikes, Sproggiwood and Desktop Dungeons, are also available so you can now take a break and raid some dungeons wherever you go. And if you want to just shoot and not think so much, Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions offers plenty of colorful target practice. Read on more for great games available this week.
This handy program extends the idea of copy and paste so that you can swap information between multiple Macs and iOS devices. Any text that you copy on one device can then be transferred to any other device and pasted into any app you want.
Emoji is great for expressing your feelings without words, but why not say it in a more personal doodle instead? This is an alternative iOS keyboard allows iPhone owners to sketch simple drawings and animated GIFs inside any app.
You don’t have to wait three weeks to enjoy the dinos in Jurassic World, because this week’s New App Recap puts the prehistoric giants into your pics! We’ve also got fun photo and video apps to fool around with over Memorial Day weekend, plus a new way to send email, a better audiobook experience for your car, an app that teaches safe driving to teens, and a slick new update to one of our favorite currency converters. So put down that barbecue and dive into a pool of groovy new apps!
This week’s batch of App Store downloads offers even more choices for every gaming palate out there, so here are some solid picks to help you in your search. For example, take Brickies, a fun take on the brick-breaking games of yesteryear, or Capitals, a test of your spelling and strategy skills. Til Morning's Light might remind you of those survival-horror games that take place in a mansion and Alpha Squadron 2 might make you think Star Wars. Or why not go on a pixelated platforming quest in Sword of Xolan? The choice is yours, so read on for more.
Unless you’re on a regular nine-to-five work schedule, juggling ever-changing work shifts can be a pain. There is, of course, an app solution for taming this time-consuming beast. It's called Shifts, and it makes your schedule easy to follow.
Spring is more than halfway over, but it's not too late to try your hand at a little gardening. We all want to have lush lawns and full flowerbeds, but if you don’t know your herbs from your heirlooms, no amount of Miracle-Gro is going to save your shrubbery. But even if you’re not an expert gardener, a trip to the App Store can help to grow your knowledge.
The latest iOS update from Apple subsidiary FileMaker toplines this week's New App Recap, along with a new way to view health data from Apple Watch, a healthy cooking app for men, an app for making memes on the go, and updates to ThinkBook, Google News & Weather, and YP. Plus BitTorrent's take on secure messaging finally makes the leap from Mac to mobile devices. It's Monday, so that means it's time for another roundup of last week's new and updated apps!
There are a whole lot of great titles out this week on the AppStore, so you have some difficult choices to make if you don’t have a magical wallet to afford them all. Those looking for a bizarre RPG can try out Fearless Fantasy and its mobile-friendly battle system or the hilarity in Knights of Pen & Paper II. Puzzle lovers are sure to enjoy the Tetris-like Multicross and the match-three word puzzler Languinis. And those who want even more nostalgia are sure to enjoy Snake Rewind. Read on for plenty of more options.
One of the best things about iOS’s Health app is just how much data is collects in one place. With deep nutrition metrics, lab results, body measurements, fitness, and sleep data, this virtual file cabinet helps keep all your data organized. Sure, you could weigh yourself every day and enter that data manually, or you could pick up one (or more) of these cool devices. Here are 11 wearables and gadgets you can use with the iOS Health app to take your fitness monitoring to the next level.