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This week we have Adobe’s newly-introduced iOS port of Photoshop and a few great games to help you pass the time.And if you’re Quora junkies like us, then you’ll want to check out their new app as well.
The Washington Post Politics app contains everything you'll need to stay on top of the election cycle and other news as it happens this year. Our favourite feature? The Fact Checker, which The Fact Checker, 'assesses the veracity of candidates' statements and awards one to four Pinocchios.'
Adobe has finally ported its famous photo-editing software to the iPad. Make your images pop as you make simple or complex edits.
This season's MLB At Bat is ready for you to download and follow your favourite teams once the season gears up. Get live updates or watch live streaming games.
The Wall Street Journal Live app brings you plenty of video content on stock picks and financial news. It'll be right at home on your iPhone or iPad.
If Instagram isn't cutting it for you in your quest to make your photos more fun and quirky, try Pop Camera. It brings a load of new and unique filters to your iPhone photography.
Do you have a question? Or maybe an answer to a very specific question? Quora has brought its online question-answering community to a free mobile app.
People are going nuts for Draw Something, the free online version of Pictionary. Get ready to spend a lot of time playing this one.
The Readability app will reformat a busy website leaving you free to enjoy the content on its own. Ads will be a thing of the past.
Explore Mars and do your best to survive its flourishing ecosystem in this sci-fi game. It's a universal app, but we recommend playing on your iPad's larger display for a more enjoyable experience.
Old-school gamers will no doubt remember the original Prince of Persia. Well, this is the same game with completely updated graphics. And it looks great!
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