We’ve put together all the best iPhone and iPad apps you missed this week.First, Quora finally brought its amazing Q&A site to iPhone.
Also, we have great apps for working out, answering movie trivia, getting topical news, and much more.
Quora is our favourite way to ask questions and get answers online. People are always constructive, and for whatever reason, tons of industry experts and company product managers answer questions on Quora.
It creates a very immersive and credible experience. Now, the whole experience is on iPhone.
Penzu is a simple journal app for iPhone and iPad that has everything you need, and nothing you don't.
The app offers unlimited journaling for free, but if you want to sync with Penzu's website and have your entries everywhere, it'll cost you $18.99 per year.
Shadowngun is the coolest new third-person shooter game for iPhone and iPad.
The graphics are eye-poppingly good, and the enemy AI is great too. There's an immersive story, mini games, and impressive sound to boot.
Version 2.0 of GAIN Fitness makes the app even better.
There are customisable workouts, images of how to perform certain exercises, WU (work unit) charts to track your progress. More than 700 exercises are included.
With LoveFilm's new app, you can browse 67,000 titles across DVD, Blu-Ray, video games, and more, then add them to your rental queue.
This app won't do much good for US citizens, but for our readers in the UK, this one's a must.