The latest versions of Tiny Wings -- a 2.0 update for iPhone users and an entirely new release for the iPad -- contain everything you loved about the original side-scrolling game, with a lot of welcome new features.
Do a lot of traveling? Then you'll want Hipmunk on your phone or tablet to make it easy to find flights and hotel rooms on the go.
Despite some performance lags (which are more notable on older iOS devices), this ebook will delight preschool and elementary school-aged children.
With gameplay that seems less concerned about baseball and more focused on building up a bankroll of virtual currency, this iOS game is a swing-and-a-miss for baseball fans.
Along with the Web-based Givit service, this iPhone app shines with its ability to easily set who you want to share videos with.
This interactive atlas has plenty of appeal for elementary school-aged kids.
Atari updated its arcade classic for the iOS era, and many of the changes in this iPhone and iPad game are welcome ones.
This app, built for the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, showcases some of the great players of an often-overlooked chapter of baseball history. But some missed opportunities keep a good app from being great.
Spend some time with the recently released Toca Trains -- or any one of the iPhone and iPad offerings from developer Toca Boca -- and you'll quickly see why the app maker has made a name for itself in the App Store.
This casual airline sim offers plenty of charm, but you need a lot of patience -- or some hefty in-app purchases -- to build up your fleet of planes.
If you've played Temple Run, you'll be very familiar with this Brave-themed version of the endless action game.
Zombie Gunship already stood out from the multitude of undead-centric games, thanks to chilling graphics and clever gameplay. Recent updates have made this zombie shooter even more enjoyable.
Like Words With Friends, Draw Something, and dozens of other asynchronous gameplay apps, Quizboard lets you challenge friends to a game of trivia. The app introduces some nice strategic elements, but its questions could use a little work.
If you love photography or travel -- or some combination of the two -- you need to check out TRVL, which takes you to unique parts of the world without costing you a single dime.
This iPad app makes extensive use of multimedia to bring dinosaurs to life.