The Food Network in the Kitchen app is loaded with thousands of recipes, videos and photos to help you whip up a meal your guests won’t forget.
Tracking down the receipt can be a pain this time of the year, but the Return Guru can be a good assistant.
As it has every year since 1955, the defense organization will track the wearabouts of Kris Kringle – and you can keep up on your smartphone.
If you’re looking to browse reddit on your mobile device, you can’t do better than Alien Blue.
The Sumptus app can help you set and keep to a budget, letting you analyze your spending both through lists and in pie-chart form.
Angry Birds Transformers takes the well-known app franchise in a radically different direction.
On paper, Five Nights at Freddy’s shouldn’t be this terrifying. But once you lose, you can rule out going to sleep for a little while.
Plunder Pirates is a game app that doesn’t do anything wrong, but it doesn’t do anything great either.
if your kids can’t get enough of the grouchy green Grinch, this storybook app should keep ‘em happy.
Santa and his crew get most of the spotlight this time of year, but The Festival of Lights is a great story no matter what your religion.
Slice is a shopping assistant that can save you both time and money.
The Room was a breath of fresh air in the app world two years ago, with enigmatic puzzles and sharp graphics. The Room Two keeps the legacy alive.
Hit games come and go in the app store, but Threes! is rightfully enjoying a long ride.
If you’ve got questions about how the universe works, there aren’t many better sources than Stephen Hawking…or his app.
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.