Making the best game in all aspects considered before being bought is essential of developers. You’ll rarely ever see a really sloppy game up at the top, right? There always has to be some sort of “zing” for the game to be a successful one. Dungeon Defenders: First Wave has
Wired Magazine hit the iPad last week with quite a bit of fanfare, and it's no wonder. This is phenomenal example how magazines should be on the iPad. Before you even move past the cover, two examples of this app's brilliance jump out at you. First, Wired wastes no time with interactive content, in this case an exclusive clip from the upcoming Toy Story 3. Second, The cover looks like I'm holding a magazine, no matter which way I hold the iPad.
Byline is an RSS reader that syncs with Google Reader. The UI is extremely beautiful and intuitive. Folders and notes are fully supported and it caches teasers, images, and even entire web pages.
The New York Times Company had a sleek and sturdy application developed to bring front-page news to the iPhone.
I’ve been a user of the computer-based version of NetNewsWire for a while, and I use it for almost all my RSS needs. It’s a great application for anyone that is looking for an RSS aggregator and doesn’t want to look far.