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. Sleek shooter Modern Combat 5: Blackout is the week’s big launch, but Traps N’ Gemstones, Colorbars, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are also promising options. Give these a good look and then check back next week for more.
The App Store is six years old this week, and developers everywhere are celebrating with substantial discounts on popular apps. You can join in the celebration yourself by taking advantage of some of the offers, but act soon! A handful of the deals will only be around for a day or so.
Summer's in full swing now, and we've got deals on everything from portables to good old-fashioned desktop units. Act quickly, and you'll even save a few bucks of some peripherals to enhance your enjoyment of each. Pick up a few and save the rest of your cash for a few days in the sun.
[UPDATED] A great iPhone game could easily get lost amid the relentless onslaught of new releases, but we won't let that happen. Here at MacLife, we keep a constant eye on countless titles to maintain a current list of the 25 best.
Each week, we highlight a selection of the most interesting, exciting, and unique new iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch titles released on the App Store. Terraria and Junk Jack X – a couple of distinct side-scrolling takes on the Minecraft formula – battle it out this week, while the free-to-play Madden NFL 25 and Racing Rivals both aim to be your new freebie time sink of choice. And if you're a fan of The Room on iPad or iPhone, a brand new update adds a fresh epilogue chapter in advance of a full sequel due out later this year.
Adventure games aren’t dead (and they never really were), but we’re long past their best days, when companies like LucasArts and Sierra bashed out a new comedic masterpiece every year, and more cerebral titles like Myst and Riven dominated sales charts. We’re in the midst of a genre revival at the moment, spurred by collective nostalgia and a slew of re-releases and remakes of the all-time greats. Want to relive — or catch up on — the genre's glory days? Luckily, you can do so on iPad and iPhone, and these 10 point-and-click classics from yesteryear offer a great selection of old favorites.
Not too long ago, undertaking academic research away from your desk involved what felt like outfitting yourself for a long expedition. Those days aren't completely behind us, but today's scholars are fortunate in that iOS devices fill many of the same roles once provided by those piles of notebooks, recorders, and books, thus allowing you to take your research everywhere. Apps like Dropbox and Evernote are great options that help with research alongside many other potential tasks, but when you're specifically looking to improve your research habits, these eight apps will make your work easier and more portable regardless of your field.
As badly as all 68 participating teams in the tournament want to win, it often pales in comparison to the desperation of the sports nuts want who want to pick the perfect bracket. We've collected eight apps that will help you make the tough calls, select the right upsets, and take home a championship of your very own.
Regardless of what you celebrate, where you live, or which traditions you hold during the holiday season, spending time with your loved ones, eating tasty grub, and celebrating the good things in life should be a should be top priority as the year winds down to an end. If you're ready to fire up the holiday cheer, look no further than our selection of festive apps to maximize the good times. We've got a little something for everyone to unwrap!
"Bond. James Bond." It's hard to believe moviegoers have been hearing those words spoken for five decades now, and to celebrate, a new app containing all of the movie posters for the films has landed in the App Store.