February 10, 2012 | 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 best iPhone Twitter client gets an iPad version, and rapidly becomes the best option for the tablet too. There are tons of features, plenty of customization options and it’s super-quick too. $2.99/£1.99.
Exact recreations of classic pinball machines from companies such as Bally and Williams. One table is unlocked for unlimited play, but you’ll have to pay some pretty high in-app purchase prices for the rest. $0.99/£0.69.
The latest sequel to the classic physics puzzle game, with 100 levels, great 3D graphics and Game Center support. There’s also an HD version available separately, plus plenty of in-app purchases. $0.99/£0.69.
Described as a ‘Like’ button for the whole world, where you can share your love for almost anything, from people and places to different products. Free.
Stylish ambient game with strategic elements, and a ‘relaxed mode’ perfect for quieter times. There are 25 levels in story mode, Game Center support and a great soundtrack. $4.99/£2.99.
Popular weather app Weatherbug has been updated to version 2.0, benefiting from a complete user interface overhaul, automatic location updates and pollen/UV data. Free.
An official LucasArts to commemorate The Phantom Menace in 3D, that’s universal for the iPhone and iPad. It’s a puzzle game with some really great graphics. $1.99/£1.49.
A great way to learn the piano on your iPad, where you follow the onscreen instructions and play along on your own keyboard. A selection of songs are included, and others will be added over time. $9.99/£8.99.
A sketchpad app with various pens and pencils, plus instant sharing on Twitter or Facebook. Free.
Freemium racing game from Glu, with 3D graphics, 3 game modes, 24 custom tuners and Game Center support. It’s also universal for the iPhone and iPad. Free.