Beautiful, engaging, and wonderfully presented, The Orchestra is a joy.
A mostly well thought-out, scholarly app that gives Shakespeare’s plays the kind of tablet treatment they deserve.
Turning news into a quick catch up format is appealing, but without personalisation, Circa’s not there yet.
The depth and breadth of information on offer is compromised by sluggish performance and disappointing satellite imagery.
An inexpensive, finely developed foreign language app with a bright future, but not one to replace iTranslate any time soon.
Not quite as shiny as Tutankhamun’s golden death mask, but it’s still one of the App Store’s finest history apps.
Looks great, but quickly becomes a kaleidoscope of confusion. Creating your own ‘web’ is the only real reason to use this above other Wikipedia visualisers.
It’s got some nice ideas, but Trapit doesn’t feel like it’s actually helping; it feels like too much effort for what it’s supposed to do.