Ashampoo's first antivirus suite's need for hands-on interaction undermines its excellent protection.
Finally! A real RPG that makes no concessions for the mobile market.
Lots of aluminum and magnesium in this chassis, but it still weighs 9.5 pounds.
The new career marketplace for young job seekers ditches button-down resumes for eye-popping social profiles, but a lack of paid-job listings limits its usefulness.
Don't let you phone sit idle while it's charging, make it display useful information.
Your phone can do so much more than show a blank screen while charging.
Let's be honest: The people who use this app want a heads-up on speed traps, but there aren't enough people reporting yet to make this feature useful.
This futuristic endless runner is so simple, yet so addictive.
Access often-used settings with a single tap on your home screen.
This Escher-inspired perception puzzle game feels measured, polished, and perfectly thought-out.
Extreme Security offers top-tier protection but lacks the cross-platform and mobile support that are becoming common in similar suites.
You don’t have to be stuck with whatever came with your phone.
Lost Light is a surprisingly challenging arithmetic puzzler. It’s compelling as both a game and a work of (Disney) art.
Family Guy’s new resource management game is packed with goodies for fans.
No LED? No problem! There are other ways for your phone to grab your attention.