Think you know games? The Game Trivia app will test your knowledge in a variety of categories on both board and video games.
Jelly proposes making better use of your social network by letting you ask questions and having your extended network of friends help you determine the answer.
Spark Camera lets you string mini-movies together for up to 30 seconds, which you can then share on your social network of choice.
It’s Mardi Gras time – and if you weren’t able to make it to N’awlins this year, this app let’s you keep up with some of the fun.
Getting kids to do their chores isn’t an easy task, but it can be a bit less difficult if you make a game of it. Chore Hero is an app designed to do just that.
The water puzzle genre is pretty well established these days and Feed Me Oil 2, unfortunately, does nothing to advance the medium.
Dirt Search is a free app that lets you search public records and do a criminal background check on someone.
If you’ve got questions about how the universe works, there aren’t many better sources than Stephen Hawking – or his app.
If you’ve ever taken pictures of your food with your phone, it might interest you to know you could turn those into coupons.
Whisper might be the most popular app you’ve never heard of – but that’s a problem if you’re a parent.
Take the characters and sound bytes from a popular Cartoon Network show and blend them with a popular game and you’ve got Ski Safari Adventure Time.
Journeys of Invention lets you step inside and take a fascinating look at some of science’s greatest hits.
The Hobbit official visual companion app has over 75 articles about the locations, characters and more that make up the film, as well as a 3D map of Tolkien’s world.
FLTR is a smartphone photography magazine that not only keeps you up to speed on the latest advances, but highlights the best pictures from subscribers.
CalenMob is an app that increases the reliability of Google Calendar on your apple phone, synchronizing in real time.