It can be difficult to pick out the cream of the crop amidst the barrage of new iPhone and iPad games, but we’ve got you covered with our weekly look at the most notable new releases. Crazy Taxi: City Rush and 80 Days are standouts this week, along with a Pokémon-lookalike and the Guardians of the Galaxy pinball table for Zen Pinball/Marvel Pinball. Give these a good look and then check back next week for more.
Hotels often make a big deal about how much their premises make you feel "at home," but according to the Wall Street Journal, Hilton's upcoming app will let you walk straight up to your room after your arrival like you own the place. No more of that nasty socializing with the folks behind the counter business; you'll be able to bypass human interaction altogether.
This week's app gallery assembles a number of promising newcomers along with return of a Bitcoin payments app and significant new updates to a pair of popular productivity apps. Most of these new arrivals are free to install, but most of the paid titles are currently discounted for a limited time, so don't hesitate to get downloading before those prices go back up!
[UPDATED] Many free games feel like cynical business plans in disguise, but the following 25 titles offer a solid amount of entertaining gameplay even without added content or in-app purchases. It don't cost nothin' to give 'em a try, so go crazy!
Apple today released the latest developer build of iOS 8, and while it's full of little tweaks and tips, it doesn't have any of the significant additions we've been seeing in previous releases. This new focus on polishing means that the Cupertino company's likely in the final stages of getting the operating system ready for release sometime this fall.
Each week, developers fill the App Store with new and improved iOS apps in every category. You could spend hours combing through virtual shelves in search of the next big non-gaming hits, or simply refer to the list of top picks we post every Monday — starting with the lineup you’re about to read.
It can be difficult to pick out the cream of the crop amidst the barrage of new iPhone and iPad games, but we’ve got you covered with our weekly look at the most notable new releases. Google’s location-based Ingress, the free-to-play Ninja Up!, and Sword & Poker Adventures are intriguing picks this week, among others. Give these a good look and then check back next week for more.
Album prices on iTunes got you down? If you're a Paul McCartney fan, Billboard reports, the former Beatle's got you covered. The legendary songwriter today released five albums from his solo career as standalone iPad apps, allowing music connoisseurs to pick them up for just $7.99 each (compared to the $12.99 or so they cost as standard iTunes albums).
Google's Ingress is a fascinating example of what Apple's chief mobile OS rival can accomplish when it puts its mind to making a game, and now the folks at Mountain View have decided to extend the app to the Apple faithful. iPhone owners who have wanted to play have had to content themselves with a closed beta that's been around since 2012, but it's available for all of us as of today.