We’ve put together a list of the best iPhone and iPad apps you might’ve missed this week.We have an app to help you manage your garage band, a classic game Bill Gates designed in 1981, and an app to bring you all the best “long reads” from around the web.
We even have an app that helps you find the cheapest generic drugs near you.
Plus much more.
Longreads brings the best 'long form' articles from Esquire, GQ, Wired, the New Yorker, and more to your iPad.
The app strips ads from all the articles, so you're left with a clean and distraction-free reading experience.
Bill Gates co-wrote Donkey to demonstrate the incredible power of a new IBM PC, and now you can have it on your iPhone.
It's fun to play, and you only need one finger to play it. There's even Game centre support so you can compete with friends.
Steam for iPhone brings the popular online PC game store/social network to your iPhone. You can chat with friends, check out games, and more.
While you might have to wait a couple days to receive your invite to actually use the app, it's worth it if you like to play games on Steam.
Sprint's iPhone app helps you manage your Sprint account, find a Sprint or Apple Store near you, and check out iPhone support topics.
If you have an iPhone on Sprint, you'll definitely want to pick this one up.
With Luster, you can take geo-tagged pictures of cool clothes you see, then share them with other shopping enthusiasts.
Luster shows what's trending in the area, as well as a map of where you are complete with geo-tagged items at different stores that other users have submitted.
Artist Growth helps your band manage social networking, gigs, receipts, your calendar, and more.
The app even has access to tons of contacts in the music industry via the 'Indie Bible' feature.
If you have a band and an iPhone, this app's worth checking out.
Even without an internet connection, Musicovery helps you discover songs to listen to based on what kind of mood you're in.
The app also recommends songs to listen to and streams them to you for free in high quality for 30 days, unless you spring for a Premium membership.
The app doesn't run as smoothly as it should, but it's a fun way to discover new music.
Avid for iPad is perhaps the best video editor for iPad, featuring multi-layer video editing, multiple timelines, and export to Avid for PC.
The developer claims that the Avid experience on iPad is 'distilled,' which means you're getting a pretty basic Avid experience.
But at 5 bucks, you can't do much better on your iPad 2. (The app doesn't run so well on an original iPad).
Herd.fm analyses the music you're listening to on your iPhone, then makes it easy to share your songs with friends.
Once you share a song, friends can listen to it for free on SoundCloud and YouTube. The more music you share, the more 'influence' points you accumulate.