You’ll control fleets (and more!) for epic sea battles in what is actually one of the best naval games in the app store.
Trying to catch a few rays – or just have a bumper crop of tomatoes? The Sun Seeker can help.
If you’re simply eyeballing the fairway on your local golf course, here’s help. The Golfscape GPS Rangefinder app gives you a precise distance to the green.
Whether you hike, hunt or boat, the Theodolite app can come in handy, helping you get your location and bearings so you can return at another time.
Mounted on your windshield and using the phone’s camera and internal sensors, iOn Road will warn you of potential collisions.
Space Invaders gets a 21st Century update in AR Invaders.
The TuneIn Radio app offers over 70,000 stations from around the planet as well as 2 million on-demand programs.
Burner is an app that adds a layer of privacy to your calls, letting you use an alias number.
Whether you’re an art lover or not, this peek into the mind of Vincent Van Gogh is a fascinating look at the troubled Dutch painter.
This app records all of your IOUs and keeps them secure – a lot more secure than those pieces of paper in your wallet.
If you’re in an area that’s going to be wet and rainy on the 4th of July, Real Fireworks Artwork might distract you from the clouds.
ANC Explorer lets you explore Arlington National Cemetery’s history and search for gravesites and other points of interest by name, location and date of birth or death.
The Uniqlo Wake Up app stirs you from your slumber with automatically created music that’s based on the weather outside, the time of day and the day of the week.
If your kid is dino-obsessed, National Geographic is coming to the rescue for you with the Ultimate Dinopedia app.
Over 14 weeks, the 10K Runner app will guide you in 3 runs per week, to a point where you can finish a 10K.
Disney Tsum Tsum may sound and look likes a kid’s game, but it’s not.
Dialr lets you store up to 8 phone numbers in your Notification Center, letting you access them with one swipe.
There are plenty of anonymous messaging apps out there, but few let you ‘unsay’ something once you’ve sent it.
Breaking lets you quickly scan the news, adding headlines to your ‘Today’ feed, which you can access simply by swiping down on your iPhone.
Tether dubs itself as a digital leash, automatically locking your Mac computer when you walk away.
Ingress is a niche game, but it’s one of the few games that insists you get off the couch and go outside to play.
Office Lens lets you import pictures for use in documents – also make the images editable in Word or Excel.
Dictationary lets you quickly find the meaning of whatever confuses you – through voice searches.
Any alarm app can wake you up, but Pillow aims to ensure that you wake up at the optimal time.
Atari Fit blends the company’s old school games with a fitness regiment, offering tokens as you meet daily exercise goals.
The dinosaur battles, as they’re shown in this app, really aren’t all that fun.
Trading cards may not be quite as popular as they used to be, but Topps is trying to bring ’em back digitally with this app.
We get all sorts of forms delivered electronically that need to be filled out and signed. This app makes it simple.
Highball lets you collect and share cocktail recipes and customize them to your tastes.
Carrot Weather will let you know when it’s going to rain and whatnot, but it does so with a refreshing attitude.