Remember Carmageddon, the late-90s, ultraviolent, mow-down-pedestrians driving game? It came out today for iPad and iPhone, thanks to Kickstarter, and it's free for the first day. Which, like I said, is today. So you should go download it. Today.
The weekend is upon us, and what better way to wind down after a long week than by playing a unique physics puzzler? Car Toons! is a interesting iOS game from the folks at FDG, and right now you can download the app for the best price, ever: free.
After a short hiatus, Free App Friday has returned to fulfill wishes. Each week we've promised to bring you something you never knew you needed, but could no longer live without. We bring you an app that could only be unlocked to its true potential with the power of iOS 6. This is Walgreens.
Rising like a phoenix from the ashes of Cisco's now-defunct Flip camera, VIMIX Media has released their first socially-minded video creation app, which promises to convert raw footage into polished, shareable movies in about 30 seconds.
I've always been an iCal power user, though I have rued the amount of effort it takes to try to add links to properly curated calendars for things like sports events of television shows. I'd love to be able to just subscribe to a feed that tells me when the Giants are playing a home game, or when New Girl premieres on Fox, without having to add every event manually.
The NFL 2012 season is in full swing, and that means fantasy football fans are already well into their annual fall ritual. So why not indulge the fantasy with real-time player activity, match-up updates and more courtesy of Thuuz Sports?
With so many iOS apps going into the App Store each and every day, it's easy to miss cool titles you might otherwise enjoy. So let's single out a couple selections, with a new Feedly for iOS landing today while MotoHeroz is Appoday's freebie for Tuesday.
iMovie costs a few bucks, but fortunately there's a free option. Pinnacle Studio lets you edit movies and incorporate video, audio, and photos you've taken with your iOS device. Arrange your clips in Storyboard mode, make precise edits, and add fancy clip transitions to make your movie more dynamic. You can also add music and incorporate external media via the iPad Camera Connection Kid. When you're finished, Pinnacle exports videos into 1080p format so that you can blow 'em up on the big screen--just like a real movie.
The company's big annual conference doesn't kick off until Wednesday, but Nokia is kicking things off a day early with the announcement that Nokia Music arrives in the U.S. today as a free streaming music service.