This week’s apps include the new Spotify app for iPad, a new political news source, and a sharp way to browse Leonardo da Vinci’s old notebooks.Some pretty cool games got updated this week as well.
What kind of cloud is that? With Coton, you can identify it in no time. It uses info from the International Cloud Atlas to help people who find themselves perpetually staring at the sky.
Spotify also decided to launch their iPad app this week. The company has added high-def album art, full screen view, Airplay integration and much more. We walk you though the new app here.
Price: free, but you need a premium subscription to use it.
With the next election gearing up, it's time to start paying attention to what candidates are saying. NBC's Politics app brings extensive political reporting right to your device.
Nearly a year after The Daily launched on the iPad, it's finally arrived on the iPhone.
For $4.99 a month, Qello will bring you high quality video streams of your favourite musicians live in concert. Even without the subscription, you can still watch one song from every performance.
Already one of the most beautiful and surreal games in the App Store, Waking Mars just got a full Retina support for the new iPad. Explore Mars and do your best to survive!
Now you can browse all 268 pages of da Vinci's anatomical notebooks in super-high resolution. You can touch any of his handwritten notes to reveal a full English translation.
Gifture allows you to create fully customisable animated GIFs to be seen, shared and enjoyed.
The popular personalised radio app has added more live stations this week and aims to give users more control. New features include a 'Discovery Tuner,' which lets you decided how much variety you want in your custom stations and auto syncing of favourite stations across multiple platforms.
Brainsss is a new game available for both iPhone and iPad. Instead of destroying zombies you control multiple groups of zombies with the mission of chasing, trapping, and converting.
Share My Playlists taps into high quality curated Spotify playlists for your musical enjoyment. You need a Spotify account to take full advantage of the app, of course.
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