Read it Later (iPhone/iPad)
Read it Later is, err, very much like Instapaper. You can save stuff to read later… hence the name. Read it Later has a free version and also a pro version for £2.99. Available for both iPhone and iPad on App Store.
Instapaper lets you save ‘stuff’ so that you can read them later, offline. Stuff generally being web pages, interesting blog posts, articles, etc that you really want to read, just not right now. It’s also being incorporated into a lot of websites/mobile apps too as a useful feature. The Instapaper mobile app lets you read the stuff that you’ve saved on your phone - and...
To get the trains to the right stations you’ll need to master timing, colour blending, switching of tracks and more. This has a bit of a slow start, but really needs to in order to teach the different fundamentals you’ll need to complete the more advanced stages. Keep with it as it soon starts to become quite addictive. Trainyard Express for iPhone is free. Trainyard for iPhone is...
How to add an ASOS.com icon to your iPhone home...
ASOS.com on mobile is a mobile site (not an app), but you can easily add ASOS.com to your iPhone home screen giving you a handy icon for instant access, just like an app. Instructions on how to do this are below. 1. Tap the ‘+’ towards the bottom of the screen 2. Choose ‘Add to Home Screen’ 3. Edit the name of the icon (e.g. ASOS.com) and then tap...
ASOS.com is now mobile!
Online fashion store ASOS.com has just launched its mobile site, so now you can browse and order direct from your iPhone. The mobile site gives you access to all the mens and womens products that you’ll find on the main website (+35,000 products!) and works pretty well. It’s a mobile site (not an app) so works across all mobile platforms (iPhone, Blackberry, Android, etc) - but you...
Dunk against the best in the world with StarDunk...
A simple ball and hoop game that is made brilliant by its massive multiplayer online capability. Get a few practise rounds under your belt, then get yourself online and see how you measure up against other players all around the world. StarDunk for iPhone is free on App Store.
Focus your mind with OmniFocus (iPhone/iPad)
OmniFocus is a personal task manager, it takes your simple to-do lists to the next level. The desktop app is simply awesome and does way too many clever things to mention here - if you haven’t checked it out already we highly recommend it. This is the mobile counterpart to the desktop app, OmniFocus on mobile lets you continue to access, use, organise and add to your personal tasks database...
Take to the skies as a pigeon on a mission. The mission? To poop on people, cars, dogs and anything else that you see below. Fun for a while. PigeonSquad for iPhone is 59p on App Store.
AA Days Out Guide (iPhone)
If you ever find yourself looking for a day out, check out the AA Days Out Guide. A stack of info on museums, stately homes, castles, theme parks, zoo and galleries. AA Days Out Guide is free on App Store.
The makers of personalised greeting cards (and one of TVs most brilliantly horrible, but infectious TV ad jingles - altogether now, ‘mooooooonpig—dot-com’) have hit the iPhone. You can now create and order your birthday, Christmas and Valentines cards with customised photos and text from the comfort of your own phone. Nice idea. Moonpig for iPhone is free on App Store.
Life through a photo filter (iPhone)
A very simple photo-sharing app/service. Features a nice set of photo filters to make your pics look a little more interesting and also links into Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Tumblr and Foursquare. We like. Instagram is free for iPhone on App Store.
Is this the answer to check in fatigue? Check.in...
If you’re a user of more than one location based social network (Foursquare, Gowalla, Brightkite, etc) then this may be just the thing you’ve been waiting for. The people behind Brightkite have designed their Check.in web service to allow one check-in for all your accounts. Seems a little slow/temperamental in use at times however that can be said for location-based services as a...
Is this the best puzzler of 2010? (iPhone/iPad)
One of the best puzzlers to hit the iPhone/iPad in ages. Keeping the monster fed is the name of the game, get the candy into the mouth of Om Nom by mastering puzzles that use a range of incredibly well thought out physics and simple touch controls. Cut the Rope looks bright, brilliant, and plays delightfully. Really easy to get into and difficult to put down. A contender for best puzzler app of...