Fun strategy game with challenging physics concepts.
Brief vocab quests should hold preteen attention.
Social flashcards disappoint with bugs, privacy issues.
Multiplayer game will engage geography buffs.
Clever update to popular app, but now with in-app purchases.
Quirky cartoons and audio make learning words fun.
Colorful app offers solid practice; could be more engaging.
Handy math reference gives bite-sized explanations.
Comprehensive, fee-based math program has some rough edges.
Physics-based driving game not original, but fun and free.
Mild violence, in-app purchase push in Temple Run-style app.
Reminder tool not a safe bet for storing passwords.
Clunky productivity app not good for sensitive info.
Wreck-It Ralph tie-in supplements rather than retells story.
Gorgeous, captivating puzzle game will draw you in.
Voice recognition surprisingly good, but not perfect.
Hulk fights in epic-but-not-bloody brawls in well-done game.
Millions of user-generated flashcard sets; some can be iffy.
Classic abandons its roots but one-ups the competition.
Angry Birds clone adds tricky 3-D twist; some violence.
No text overage worries, but teens are constantly connected.
Voice chat makes paper airplane combat game iffy for kids.
App for iffy social networking site flirts with trouble.
Tetris-like word app wins with clever concept, snarky humor.
Terrific homage to the golden age of RPGs.