APP-tastic and Outta SITE
Circle the Dot is a game of luck, not skill. And that feels as if the developer is cheating a bit.
Vemory automatically scans your digital photos, putting together the best ones.
The NOAA’s World Radar app lets you peak in on everywhere from Topeka to Tokyo, giving not only a live look, but a forecast.
The Photo Sphere Camera app lets you create 360 degree images and publish them on Google Maps.
Runtastic Six-Pack is an abdominal training program that walks you through over 50 workouts – from crunches to core twists – with adjustable difficulty.
Call of Duty hasn’t had a lot of luck in the mobile world, but that’s ok – because Modern Combat has filled the hole.
Contact Center lets you quickly and easily put together group conversations – and better organizes your contacts list, making it easier to contact individuals.
Need some fashion inspiration? Grabble lets you browse millions of garments, quickly saying yay or nay with a simple swipe.
The original Star Walk was one of the best astronomy apps to come around. Happily, Star Walk 2 only builds on that success.
Time lapse videos have typically been a stumbling block for mobile devices. Hyperlapse – from Instagram – knocks down that wall.
You can’t help but get a Clash of Clans vibe from Star Wars: Commander. But, that’s hardly a bad thing.
Taco Text is the latest in the hyper-focused text app craze started by Yo a few months ago. There’s no text, no explanation. Just a taco.
RunKeeper is a tremendous tool for people who are trying to get or stay fit, monitoring the distance you move, the calories you burn and much more.
Any parent can tell you that getting your kids to do their chores is a Herculean task. Chore-inator attempts to lend a hand.
The SnagAJob job search app claims to list up to 15,000 new gigs daily, letting you look for positions in a wide swath of industries.