This week we have a collection of apps for gamers and artistically-minded iOS lovers.Do you have Angry Birds Space yet? We can’t recommend it enough.
And if you never have paper handy, we recommend the app handily called Paper.
If you love location-based apps, then you'll love Find My Facebook Friends. Anyone running the same app that you're also Facebook friends with can broadcast their location to you.
If you want help seeking out the best cup of joe in this city or simply want to try a new coffee joint, then this is the app for you.
Paper is a watercolor/sketching app that can easily make anyone into an artist. Do a Twitter search for the hashtag #madewithpaper to see what we mean.
Avid golf nuts will want to check out this app, bringing you the latest news and scores for your favourite golfers.
One of the least conventional games to make its way to iOS, Windosill is equal parts adventure, puzzle, and picture book. It won't tell you much as to how to advance through the game, but that's most of the charm.
Brian Cox's Wonders of the Universe will give you a window seat to outer space. This app was put together with special help from the BBC, so it's loaded with cool content about the universe.
Pilot your tiny cubic soldiers around weird blocky landscapes to put the enemy out of commission.
How do you improve on a classic? Set it in space, of course. The newest offering from Rovio gives you new birds and new game mechanics to test your slingshot skills.
We're rapidly approaching the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. This app aims to educate you on all aspects of what happened surrounding that momentous event.
Siege Hero is a casual puzzle game akin to Angry Birds that has you launching projectiles to make your way through 200 levels.
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