Another Friday, another week drawing to a close and that means one very important part of the day: the Five For Friday! Here’s our roundup of five of the best apps and games that have been released on the App Store in the past 7 days.
Lauded as a great way of providing education right to an iOS device, iTunes U gives access to complete courses from many leading universities and other schools. More than 500,000 free lectures, videos, books and other resources are accessible from within this app with the ability to browse collections from institutions such as Stanford, Yale, Oxford and the New York Public Library. Notes and highlighting functionality makes everything easy to review through this informative app.
Released: 2012-01-19 :: Category: Education
We’ve all seen puzzle games that involve colored blocks falling from the top of the screen, in need of arranging to clear them. We’ve all seen games that provide a similar experience but with letters and words needing to be created. How about a game that combines both? Puzzlejuice is exactly that, making for a very potent mix of fun and brainteasing.
Released: 2012-01-19 :: Category: Games
Timelapse Video Recorder
Ideal for those with a creative eye, Timelapse Video Recorder enables users to create time lapse videos quickly and simply. One tap of the screen records the video with similarly easy to use buttons available for adjusting video length and speed up relevant sections. It’s smooth and set to produce some great results, all at 60 frames per seconds for maximum smoothness.
Released: 2012-01-16 :: Category: Photography
Harnessing the power of cloud computing with remote PC desktop utilization is how OnLive explains this app and that’s pretty much exactly it. OnLive Desktop enables iPad users to view, edit and create documents using Microsoft Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint all through this form of PC virtualization. Users can easily transfer files between the app and other devices and the experience is lag-free and simple to use.
Released: 2012-01-13 :: Category: Productivity
Fun should always be had on the weekend and Smash Cops should supply bucketloads of it. Reminiscient of classic game, Chase HQ, Smash Cops is all about taking out runaway felons in races spread over 20 missions and 4 different mini games. Fast and furious, Smash Cops will be great for Burnout and Need For Speed fans.