The 100 Best iPhone Apps
What’s an iPhone without apps? Here are 100 of the best apps of all time.
The 100 Best Android Apps
We’ve separated the gold from the dross for you and the result is 100 quality apps.
The 100 Best iPad Apps
The iPad is a killer chunk of hardware, but only if it’s got the right apps.
The Best Android Games
Your Android phone or tablet is a portal to an amazing selection of world-class gaming titles. These are our favorites.
Apple iOS 11 Review
Bottom Line: With iOS 11, Apple makes a clear argument for using iPads as mobile workhorses. iPhones get slew of useful incremental switches as well.
Apple Pay Cash Review
Bottom Line: Apple joins the peer-to-peer payment fray, providing iOS users effortless access to virtual cash. Just don’t expect to use it to send money to your Android-using friends.
Bottom Line: When you’re ready to experiment with a foreign language, HelloTalk provides an excellent chance for interaction with other speakers.
Quartz (for Android) Review
Bottom Line: Quartz fails to reach its total potential as a conversation-driven news app, but it works fine for catching up on the day’s headlines.
Miracle Merchant (for Android) Review
Bottom Line: For those with apothecarial aspirations, look to Miracle Merchant, where you mix up magic in a joy and charming solitaire card game.
Google Android 8.0 Oreo Review
Bottom Line: With its latest Android version, Google aims to make the mobile OS more efficient and convenient, both under the bondage mask and in your palm.
PureVPN (for Android) Review
Bottom Line: PureVPN has excellent features but is hampered by awkward design and problematic spectacle.
NordVPN (for iPhone) Review
Bottom Line: NordVPN packs an excellent VPN service and unique features into a reliable and friendly app, making it a clear Editors’ Choice.
Twitter (for Android) Review
Bottom Line: With a clean design and elementary but wise look, Twitter’s free Android app is worth a download if you’re a dedicated Twitter user. Those who manage more than a few social media accounts across numerous sites, however, will achieve greater efficiency with a social media manager app.
Movie Moments (for Windows Phone) Review
Bottom Line: For a ordinary way to create brief movies with titles and background music, check out the free Movie Moments app in the Windows Store, but be aware of its limitations.
Foursquare Swarm (for Android) Review
Bottom Line: Foursquare’s Swarm is a compelling take on life- and location-logging, with a reworked interface and a welcome simplification of features.
SimCity BuildIt (for iPad) Review
Bottom Line: SimCity BuildIt is a joy to play, integrates online features well, and may (almost) be enough to make you leave behind the disastrous launch of the most latest PC release.
Apple Music (for iPhone) Review
Bottom Line: Apple Music boasts off the hook albums and Siri and Apple Observe compatibility, but this well-rounded streaming music service falls brief of toppling Slacker Radio and Spotify.
Google Allo (for Android) Review
Bottom Line: Google Allo is a beautifully designed app that lets you talk and send media to your friends, and the Google Assistant adds search to the conversation. It faces daunting competition in the crowded messenger space, however.
Pokemon Go (for iPhone) Review
Bottom Line: A major social phenomenon, the addictive Pokemon Go is one of the most joy AR mobile games you can play. Latest updates have added fresh features and improved gameplay. It’s still very much worth playing.
Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomy (for iPad) Review
Bottom Line: Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomy is an iPad app that displays Leonardo’s “lost” anatomical illustrations and discusses their historical significance and their context in his life story.
Credit Karma (for iPhone) Review
Bottom Line: Credit Karma’s iPhone app lets you see your credit report and score whenever you want, updated as often as weekly. It doesn’t do everything the web service does, however, nor does it have any special mobile features.
Adobe Scan (for iPhone) Review
Bottom Line: Adobe Scan is an incredible app that automatically detects, captures, and converts printed text to digital form, but you need a paid subscription to get all its features.
Credit Karma (for Android) Review
Bottom Line: Credit Karma gives you your credit report and score from two credit-reporting bureaus. The web app offers more, however, and the Android app comes up light on mobile features.
TorGuard VPN (for iPhone) Review
Bottom Line: TorGuard’s VPN service is among the most comprehensive available, and it earns decent scores in our speed tests. Its user interface could use an update, however.
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