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The Room Two app ranks as one of the best puzzle games in the app store.
Text Pics lets you create art using the letters and symbols on your keyboard.
DateEscape lets you arrange times to get fake phone calls and texts so you have good reason to excuse yourself if a date is not working out as you had hoped.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and you still haven’t made a dinner reservation? Time for OpenTable.
Want to create a personalized Valentine’s Day card? RedStamp lets you create and send both paper and digital cards to friends and loved ones.
Angry Birds might be a beloved app, but Angry Birds Go! is a kart racer cash grab that seems much more intent on separating players from their money.
You’ve seen plenty of filters for your photos – but how about one that turns your shots into watercolors? Waterlogue pulls it off.
ScenePast lets you dig through over 15,000 hours of film and television content to see famous locations as you remember them – and what they look like today.
Blend the best of Disney’s story catalog with interactive elements and you’ve got an app that’s guaranteed to keep kids happy.
Cut the Rope was not just charming, it was a game that required precision, thought, and good reflexes. Thankfully, that has all remained true for Cut the Rope 2.
If you liked what Telltale Games did with The Walking Dead two years ago, you’ll likely be a fan of The Wolf Among Us.
This app, which works in conjunction with the 2013 remastered version of the album – includes outtakes, a live bootleg of the album from a 1969 show and more.
Barefoot Me Books offers up to five picture books for kids – each narrated by a well-known voice, like Debra Messing or Hugh Bonneville.
Yonder is a discovery app for those who like to explore the great outdoors.
News feeds can be one of the most effective ways to keep track of the many sites you visit, but surprisingly few work well on mobile devices. Try Reeder 2.