Sometimes you just need a time waster – and Dumb Ways to Die 2 fits that bill perfectly.
The Disco Fingers app lets you compose your own music.
Taking a competitive page from Words With Friends and Candy Crush Saga, Trivia Crack puts a winning formula on a new type of game.
The SnowBuddy app lets winter sports enthusiasts keep up with the fun – and with friends who also enjoy the snow.
The Sleep Better app is designed to improve the quality of your sleep.
There are plenty of apps that give you the forecast but, perhaps, none as elegantly designed as Weather or Not.
There aren’t a lot of horror stories that have worked well on mobile devices but Haunting Melissa is at the top of the class.
It seems like we were just talking about Five Nights at Freddy’s but the sequel is already out – and it’s just as good.
The Replay app removes some of the pain of making your phone’s home movies look better.
The Next Glass app can offer a drink you’re likely to enjoy based on a taste profile built from beers and wines you’ve already had.
If you’ve got a wide base of people curious about your favorite apps, the Homescreen app can be somewhat handy.
The Sit or Squat app, from Charmin, will let you search for the nearest public restroom.
You’ve probably seen the Talking Tom app if you have kids. My Talking Angela builds on that, in a way that is geared to young girls.
SurgeProtector gives you a little support when Uber’s prices surge, offering nearby areas you could walk that have lower pricing.
The Flavour app blends restaurant recommendations from critics, bloggers, experts and locals to help you find nearby favorites in several cities.