Pick Up Sticks is a retro game where you pick and pull out sticks (hopefully) without making the pile fall. The added fun comes in as you explore and play in different modes and challenge other players online.
Google Sky Maps uses your phone's orientation tools to give you an accurate representation of the stars and planets on your screen. Point your phone at the sky, then learn what constellations are visible.
It uses a combination of GPS, compass and accelerometer technology, allowing you to navigate the night sky and find stars and constellations (even from inside as you lay in your bed at night).
Always dreamed of a high-grade professional compass while trekking the mountains or just freely-roaming around the jungles, but found many way too expensive? Well, Android users, it is time to rejoice as Compass PRO hits the Android shore for free. The compass is a high-quality product and works like a charm.
Created by Mobile Essentials, this developer has quite a few utility apps in their kitty and all of them work quite well, but it is the Compass PRO that is a definite must-have app for the globetrotter at heart.
Multimedia 8 from Marcelo Garcia Apps helps you make the most out of Windows 8. Once installed, this program will provide you with complete access to your network media, allow external device captures, play 3D videos and convert media files with ease, among other features.
Podcasts from Apple offers you a convenient way to play and subscribe to your favorite podcasts. With this app you can browse literally thousands of podcasts for free, or you can head over to the Top Charts and check out what people are watching and listening to.
Pic Collage from Cardinal Blue makes it easy for you to create photo collages of your friends and family, and you can even use YouTube videos, images from the web, fun fonts and stickers. You can also participate in contests generated by users and make visual responses for collages. In short, the only limitation is your imagination.
Walk with Map My Walk is a fitness and lifestyle app. Developed by MapMyFitness it maps your route so you know where you’re headed and where you have been. The app has 70 million miles available, and you can even make some your own. However, there’s more to the app than that.