Just when you thought texting had been condensed to its bare minimum, along comes Ultratext.
The Halloween Alarm Clock will help you spook the slumber out of yourself or a loved one, with sounds ranging from vampires to evil laughter.
There’s really no question as to whether BioShock is a great game. It is. But the mobile version is disappointing.
If it’s Halloween time, that must mean it’s time to put a creepy new profile picture on Facebook. iMut8r can help.
Before the apocalypse, you can get a preview of what you might look like as one of the undead with the Dead Yourself app.
Circle the Dot is a game of luck, not skill. And that feels as if the developer is cheating a bit.
Vemory automatically scans your digital photos, putting together the best ones.
The NOAA’s World Radar app lets you peak in on everywhere from Topeka to Tokyo, giving not only a live look, but a forecast.
The Photo Sphere Camera app lets you create 360 degree images and publish them on Google Maps.
Runtastic Six-Pack is an abdominal training program that walks you through over 50 workouts – from crunches to core twists – with adjustable difficulty.
Call of Duty hasn’t had a lot of luck in the mobile world, but that’s ok – because Modern Combat has filled the hole.
Contact Center lets you quickly and easily put together group conversations – and better organizes your contacts list, making it easier to contact individuals.
Need some fashion inspiration? Grabble lets you browse millions of garments, quickly saying yay or nay with a simple swipe.
The original Star Walk was one of the best astronomy apps to come around. Happily, Star Walk 2 only builds on that success.
Time lapse videos have typically been a stumbling block for mobile devices. Hyperlapse – from Instagram – knocks down that wall.