This app lets you take truly unique photos and is definitely worth a look if you fancy creating beautiful alternative images.
This app is a lot of fun to use, and once you've learned to stay still, the effect works quite well.
4oD comes to the iPad at last — and getting it is a complete no-brainer while it's free.
Genuinely immersive, engaging and informative without coming across as overly preachy.
The best iOS app we've seen for capturing stunning panoramas. Essential for anyone with an iPhone.
If you're happy to send all your traffic through Onavo, it could save you a packet in data roaming fees.
An enjoyable and entertaining app that can genuinely enhance your photographs.
Want a more socially focused web browser than Safari? Then you need this on your iPad.
Accept Directr’s deliberate restrictions and you’ll find that the quick point, shoot, and publish storyboarded process genuinely get the idea ball rolling.
The Stanford campus looks great, but sadly, Cutetown has nothing much else going for it.
Despite issues over presentation and some padding, Anne Frank provides plenty of useful background material to accompany the compelling diary.
A fun and interactive ‘edu-tainment’ app that, if it follows up with the learning tools promised, will make an already excellent addition to your preschooler’s education essential.
Cute CUT could be brilliant, but it’s got a few too many moments where it lacks polish or features right now.
Vine is a genuinely new idea – it’s a lot of fun and surprisingly addictive. The bubble might burst, but you’ll enjoy it while it lasts.
While the main game doesn’t hit all the right notes, Synthesia does contain a few clever touches.
A fantastic measuring and GPS tool that has many genuine benefits for all kinds of outdoor hobbies and careers.