app review

4.0

Great British Chefs (iPad app)

Cooking apps for the iPad have been one of the more popular app types available for the iPad, with celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsay and Nigella Lawson all lending their names to a selection of cooking apps aimed at the home cook. But what if you want to be more than just a home cook? What if you want to be the next Masterchef?... (Read More)
4.0

Groove Coaster (iPad app)

If you started your day hoping someone would find you a crazy game that mixes music and touch, here's your answer: Groove Coaster, a new title for the iPad that takes funky electronic music and blends it with retro art and beat matching.... (Read More)
4.5

Sid Meier’s Pirates! (iPad app)

If you've always wanted to explore the seven seas and look for buried treasure without leaving the comfort of your own life, now you can: Sid Meier's Pirates has arrived for the iPad, a game that lets experience life in the 1600s as a swashbuckling hero.... (Read More)
5.0

Djay (iPad app)

If there's one thing a DJ learns quickly, it's that decks cost money. And then there's Djay, a new app for the iPad that turns your tablet into a pair of digital record players for $20.... (Read More)
4.0

Dinosaur Zoo (iPad app)

Most parents are always looking for a good balance of fun and education in a iPad app for their children. Dinosaur Zoo does exactly that with the ability to interact with the dinosaurs but also learn about the type of dinosaur they are looking at.... (Read More)