Despite the European feel and themes, this app is still a very good introduction to shopping mathematics and vocabulary, with the added bonus that you can use it to start learning foreign languages.
PanoPerfect is lovely to browse and easy to use – but its specificity and lack of features narrow its appeal.
It’s hard to find a reason to use this instead of Pinterest, but it’s still a competent clipping app.
ColorTime is frustrating because there’s a good idea here, but the execution is disappointing.
Beautiful, engaging, and wonderfully presented, The Orchestra is a joy.
Tweetary is full of promise, but a hugely frustrating interface makes it almost impossible to recommend.
Beautifully made, simple but effective, and a useful ‘satellite’ app for Cubase, Cubasis would score higher if it wasn't so madly overpriced.
The perfect companion for those who really do forget their toothbrush when travelling.