December 10, 2011 | Andy Boxall
Looking for a new app this weekend? Here are ten great new apps for the iPhone and iPad that you may want to check out!
The latest magazine-style news aggregator comes from Google and collates publisher’s material, Google trends and your own social feeds into one stream. Free, US-Only.
Square Enix’s latest RPG game to hit iOS is Chrono Trigger, complete with two areas taken from the Nintendo DS version. $9.99/£6.99.
Codemasters bring one of their early and most-loved characters to the iPad, Dizzy Egg, in this puzzle-packed platform game. $3.99/£1.49.
An app to help you discover art galleries and exhibitions based on your location. The social sharing aspect makes it perfect for travelers. Free.
Race remote control cars around colorful tracks. The game has a Wi-Fi multi-player mode, Game Center support, AirPlay and enhanced graphics for the iPhone 4S. $1.99/£1.49.
A new photo app that provides fish-eye effect filters for your pictures. The current price is a 50% reduction over the standard cost, but only for the first two weeks of release. $0.99/£0.69.
A Wild West sandbox game with 40 missions, lots of content to unlock and a wide variety of baddies to shoot; plus the usual Gameloft in-app purchases. Free.
Another Chillingo puzzler with 84 levels of ball stretching, bouncing and catapulting fun. It’s universal for the iPhone and iPad and has Game Center support. $0.99/£0.69.
A social tracker app from the Evernote team, especially for foodies to photo, record and share their best meals. Free.
The second new app from Evernote helps catalog all the people you meet by adding photos, notes, locations to a virtual business card. Free.