An interesting take on the browser, but ultimately we’re not sure why we’d choose this over Google Chrome as an alternative to Safari.
Despite some niggles, it’s still worth investing a few bucks in; it has replaced Calendar on our Home Screen.
For people who love graphs about CPU usage history, it’s great – though not brilliant. Everyone else: move along.
Looking for an easy way to get into CAD modelling, right on your iPad? Look elsewhere.
Actions is not without its flaws, but it’s really well designed and works well, especially if you use certain short cuts over and over.
There’s the germ of a great app here, but it’s not as slick as it could be, and its information sources are too limited.
Goes against many of your natural inclinations when it comes to iPhone navigation, but some will love its power to dish up bite-sized news.
Strong on syncing, but RTF support needs perfecting before we can recommended it without any caveats. Try the free version first.