IM+ is a social networking software that makes instant messaging management easy. Created by Shape GambH, it allows you to connect to Facebook, AIM, Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, Yandex IM, ICQ, Windows Live and many more. You can do all of this from just one window. If you love to chat, IM+ can be a very handy tool.
Kik Messenger is a messenger for smartphones, but not quite like any other. What makes the app click is its compatibility with numerous mobile platforms. There is support for the iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, and iPad. It is also very fast.
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.
Transformers Legends is an intriguing card-collecting game featuring the world’s most popular transforming robots. By collecting cards and building teams, you can fight against the game’s enemies and collect rewards in the form of more powerful character cards and weapons cards.
The quality of games on iOS is undoubtedly great and some of them really know how to stand out from other games. The same goes for Pocket Monkey and this is tough competition for a big player like Temple Run.
Pocket Monkey was developed by Game Cell and though they do not have a plethora of apps under-their-belt, this game is a masterpiece in its own right.
Flipboard is your virtual news magazine for the iOS and Android. Created by Flipboard Inc, the app allows you to create a custom magazine. From it you can browse tweets, get Facebook newsfeeds, YouTube videos and many more.
Once you install Flipboard, you�ll see boxes on the main page. To put contents on each box, just tap it. The Content Guide will appear showing you categories like Tech, Food & Design, Business, Arts and more. There are suggestions available for popular online news magazines, sports columnists� tweets and more. Just tap the Add button to include it.
123D Catch by Autodesk gives you the power to create 3D models of practically anything. Instead of sculpting or editing meshes, Catch takes a simpler approach. Simply take pictures of an object from various angles. Load these into the program and it will turn the images into a 3D object.