Ball-rolling games are one of the most popular genres in the app store but frustrating for kids. Iron Ball Ride resolves that problem.
Sunny is a collection of a variety of beach sounds that can act as a calming influence to help you sleep, meditate or just relax
Paper by FiftyThree hopes to lure in the doodlers with this sketching app that lets you write, draw and outline just as you would on paper.
Vine has introduced a family friendly offshoot, with clips that will entertain your kid without you having to worry about what they’re watching.
Learn about everything from ISO to exposure compensation in a clear and concise language anyone can understand.
Be My Eyes is an app where sighted users help blind people who need a little assistance.
Khan Academy is an online learning app that lets you learn about everything from math to art history – for free.
The “today” view on many iPhones goes largely ignored but the My Widgets app could make the page useful.
When it comes to Anna Giving Birth… my suggestion is…do not get this app under any circumstances.
It’s real easy to let spending get out of control. The You Need A Budget app can help you reign that in.
The Hopper app analyzes billions of flight prices to tell you the optimal time to purchase airfare.
The Raise app lets you buy and sell gift cards.
Loaded with more than 40 supposed cures for that throbbing head, the Hangover Cures app will also answer some common questions about recovery.
Funny or Die Weather will let you know if it’s going to rain or not, but it will do so in a manner that’s a lot more entertaining than your local weather guy.
The Debt Free app helps you organize and monitor your spending, which can result in more saving which, in turn, can be used to pay down debt.