5by is an app that presents itself as a video concierge, surfIng the best videos for you as determined by your mood and the time of day.
Cavity dragons makes a game out of brushing your teeth, teaching kids the importance of cleaning their choppers.
Musician Dan Zanes is expanding into the app world with Wonder Wheel, letting kids play along with the band with virtually any instrument you can imagine.
LEGO The Lord of the Rings may have been a hit on consoles, but the transition to mobile is a bit rough. It’s still a fun game, but it has some weaknesses.
The Pocket Yoga app lets you take your practice on the road, slipping in a downward facing dog when your schedule allows – whether that’s at home or at the office.
If you’re a visitor to – or resident of – San Francisco or New York, the WillCall app looks for live shows and lets you buy tickets with just a few taps on the screen.
The ICE BlueButton app lets you plan for a disaster, setting up multiple ‘In Case of Emergency” (or ICE) contacts.
Like craft beer? The Brewery Passport app helps you find microbreweries, brew pubs and similar establishments.
The iVeggieGarden app is a thorough guide to planning, tracking and growing your vegetable garden, with answers to just about any question.
If your spring plans include doing some planting or building a deck, Home Outside Palette will give you an idea of how things might look.
Need to sell something, but don’t want to put it on CraigsList? Rumgr lets you buy and sell belongings. The hook is you only deal with friends and neighbors.
Partied a bit too much last night, huh? The Hangover Cures app could be your best friend today.
If you’re looking to sound more authentic this St. Patrick’s Day, the Irish Slang Dictionary will help you learn some of the more common – and more obscure – phrases.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is widely considered one of the best games in the series, with a strong story, plot twists, and mature themes.
Keeping track of what we spend isn’t easy, but 5Coins is trying to streamline things. The app ignores things like budgets and reports – instead focusing solely on daily expenses.