The Shutter app can help you free up space on your phone, automatically syncing your photos with unlimited cloud storage.
Gate Guru can ease the pain of air travel delays, offering detailed maps of all major airports and terminals as well as a review of dining options.
Video editing can chew up a lot of time, but the MatchCut app helps to streamline the process.
Star Wars Scene Maker lets you create your own scenes from George Lucas’ universe, using your favorite charcters and taking control of the action.
God of Light offers a new take on physics-driven games by tasking players to aim beams of light onto different mirrors to make them reach their destination.
Sometimes measurements can be tough for kids to grasp. Curious Ruler helps put things in context with side-by-side comparisons.
This calculator app is built specifically for left-handed people, with the numbers and action buttons reversed.
The Little DJ Smart Shuffle app learns what you like most and plays it for you.
With its deceptively simple appearance, the Thomas Was Alone game has soul — delivered through a wonderful narration.
EBay Valet will fill you in on the going price for items like yours simply by examining a few photos you take of the item.
With StayConnect Mobile, travelers can use their smartphones to control the TV and even order in-room movies at over 630,000 hotel rooms around the country.
Dark Sky can give you a much more focused forecast than most other weather apps, by using your phone’s GPS and sophisticated weather modeling.
Halftone 2 lets you turn your photo album into a comic book.
The Angry Birds Epic app actually tries something new, opting for turn-based combat rather than the physics-based game we all know.
The American Well app lets you see a doctor on your phone or tablet – and even get short term prescriptions and consultations.