August 26, 2011 | Andy Boxall
Browsing the App Store this weekend? If so, here are ten applications released recently.
As the title suggests, this is the iPad version of the existing iPhone game. PopCap doesn’t appear to have added anything new, making this a straight big-screen port. Don’t let that bother you though, as the game is fantastic! $2.99/£1.99.
An iPad-only magazine dedicated to photography taken in a studio or with off-camera lighting. The app is free and so is the first issue, but future downloads will be individually priced. Free.
With a database of 40,000 locations in the US, along with 300 campuses, this app provides nutritional information based around your own preferences and allergies. It aims to promote healthy-eating. Free, US-Only.
Watch the latest movie trailers on your iPhone, share them with friends via social networks or email, and take part on a sweepstakes competition. Free.
From the Penny Arcade crew comes this game-recommendation machine, which analyses your preferences to help you decide which game to play next. Free.
A new Electronic Arts line-drawing game, but with a fun cat-and-mouse detective backstory. The game features more than 70 levels through six worlds. $0.99/£0.69.
The classic puzzle/strategy game returns in a sequel, with new 3D graphics and 44 new levels to beat. It’s universal for the iPhone and iPad, plus it has Game Center support. $0.99/£0.69.
An app spin-off of the popular website, where you post a picture of yourself along with a caption offering a piece of advice. In the UK, 70% of the purchase price goes to the Operation Smile charity. $1.99/£1.49.
Turn your photos into impressive black & white pieces of art with this photo-manipulation app. $0.99/£0.69.
Use a water cannon to fight fires, move obstacles or open traps in this interesting physics-based puzzle game. The developers claim it has some of the most realistic water-physics seen on iOS. It’s universal for the iPhone and iPad, and has in-app purchases for further levels. $0.99/£0.69.