Monument Valley is unlike any game you’ve played. It’s a winding, brain warping title that will occasionally frustrate you to no end.
Sometimes, you just need a little help looking better. The How to Tie a Tie app covers the basics for men’s neckwear.
While there are plenty of mail apps, CloudMagic stands apart from the pack due to its thorough search functionality.
JobCompass lets you instantly search for job openings near your current location.
While Star Wars: The Phantom Menace is hardly a new film, it never had a decent storybook app. Disney does a good job of rectifying that with this.
Resume Maker Pro helps you build (and modify) a strong resume.
MobileDay simplifies calling in to conference calls, scanning your calendar and importing all conferencing information – then letting you join with just one click.
When an app’s called Goat Rampage, you probably shouldn’t expect it to make a lot of sense. This one is fun short term but ultimately a one-trick pony (or… goat).
Glassdoor provides recon on a potential employer, offering CEO approval ratings from workers, company specific reports and even intel from previous applicants.
Cal synchronizes your phone’s calendar with the appointments you keep on Google and through Microsoft Exchange, keeping you on schedule.
Interview Prep Questions is a flash-card based way to prepare for those uncomfortable queries that pop up so frequently when you’re in the market for a new job.
Producteev helps you keep track of tasks you’ve delegated, adding due dates and milestones – and tracking progress along the way.
Real Fireworks Artwork is the most realistic fireworks simulator around with realistic sounds and graphics.
The movie was a hit earlier this summer, but when it comes to apps, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 falls short.
Meetup helps people find others with common interests – ranging from fitness and tech get-togethers – and helps them get together.