This week’s roundup of iOS apps is all about the multimedia entertainment: We’ve got video, we’ve got music, we’ve got games, and we’ve got the brain of Albert Einstein. Really.
Geo Walk is best suited for young children who are just learning to read and who want to explore the world, as anybody else would rather just use a good encyclopedia.
The revamp transforms the service’s mobile offerings into a richer, full-blown competitor to other online storage services.
Audiobooks.com subscribers will have an easier time accessing the streaming audiobook service on the go, thanks to Wednesday's release of a mobile version for both the iPhone and Android devices.
It may have started out life as an Android app, but this is just about a perfect to-do manager for your iPhone.
Square is introducing a new flat-rate option for merchants who use its credit card-processing service, suggesting that it's growing beyond the small merchants and vendors who initially turned to Square to process payments.
The Amazon Instant Video app for iPad launched Wednesday morning; it provides a hybrid experience of a service like Netflix and the iPad’s native iTunes video store.
Bing is hoping to take on search giant Google by adding new social search capabilities. Joel Mathis takes the feature out for a test spin to see what social adds to search.
This app takes two basic iPhone functions -- mail and texting -- and handles them better than the native solutions on your phone.
This mobile productivity tool succeeds where so many rival apps fail by recognizing the realities of the workplace -- that few of us work alone and that not every task needs to be performed on an iPhone.
Announced this week, Facebook's App Center is part app store, part recommendation engine. And Joel Mathis explains how it's an extension of the company's efforts to keep you tied into the world's largest social network.
If you're looking for an unfussy little app to make Voice over IP calls on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, Bobsled Calling is a solid choice.
With its ability to aggregate contact information from multiple sources into a single list, Smartr Contacts offers a powerful address book for your iPhone or iPod touch.
This social networking app, which aggregates location-based check-ins from Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Instagram, and Google+ to let you know if friends are nearby, delivers on what it promises. But some might find the app's ability to follow strangers' check-ins to be a little off-putting.
Notes Plus distinguishes itself from other iPad note-takers with a few standout features. But its steep price tag is hard to ignore as well.
Articles by Joel Mathis