Get this and you’ll never have to buy another ambient LP ever again! Scape’s a great source of everlasting late night soundcapes, although the ugly graphics might get your goat.
A moderately entertaining audio toy with sharp looks, but you’d be hard pushed to use BeatSpiral to produce any actual music.
A time-saving app for those that use Facebook and Twitter equally, but it’s undone by some sloppy elements.
A very impressive demonstration of what is possible with augmented reality which will astonish pre-schoolers when first bought, but may not have lasting appeal.
Napster’s got all the right bits and pieces, but the way they’re put together is confusing, slightly buggy, and just not worth going for over the competition.
An impressively modern catalogue, but not a comprehensive one. That, and a few teething problems, make its monthly price seem too high.
A hugely useful wireframe design tool that works well for creating page layout ideas, with flexible export options.
We hate to do it to the obviously passionate devs, but the lack of browsing and imperfect release date data means it’s a miss.