Beats Music may be late to the music streaming game, but it's got more personality than its competitors from day one. Does Dr. Dre have another winner on his hands? Find out in our review.» Read Article
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WeVideo's app for Android is designed to let you edit and share videos from your smartphone. How well does the app really work, however? Read the full review.
Skulls of the Shogun isn't just hilarious and a visual treat, it's a strategy game that perfectly balances depth and accessibility.
Apple recently kicked Google Maps out of the iOS, replacing it with an in-house navigation app. Google is working on a stand-alone version, but will Apple allow it to be released?
TurboScan is designed to turn your iPhone into a portable document scanner without the addition of extra hardware. How well does it really work? Read the full review to find out.
Easy Voice Recorder Pro is a $1.99 app with tons of uses at work, at home, and everywhere in between. What's more, it's truly simple to use. Read our full review for all the details.
Evernote can come in handy even if you aren't a true organizing enthusiast. The app doesn't always work that well, though, on older iPhones. Read the full review.
A hot download, the Swype-like SlideIT Keyboard app promises an easier way to enter text on Android OS phones. How well does it work? Read the full review.
Fooducate - Eat Healthy Diet is supposed to teach you to eat better. Yet how well does this barcode-reading app for smartphones and tablets really work? Read the full review to find out.
If you're an iPhone owner, you're probably taking tons of photos. Is MacPhun's Photo FX Studio app worth the 99 cents? Read the full review.
SoundHound is touted as letting you "name that tune," whether from a CD, the radio, or your own hummed rendition. Yet sponsored links (and potential privacy concerns) lurk within. Is the $5 paid app worth the price? Read the full review.
Documents To Go has long sat on the throne of mobile office apps. Yet how does the current version for Android OS phones rate vs. its rivals? Read this intensive review to find out.
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