Su Chef is a recipe finder for iOS devices. It lets you search for recipes based on ingredients that you already have. You can also filter recipes based on allergies, country and more. The app in the demo video is an old version.
Now that we’ve been using iOS 7 for a while, we’re used to it. But its new icons have been criticized for being too primitive. Now we know why. Though if you can create Pac-Man in Excel, we guess anything’s possible. (Thanks Flex!)
(Gore)Morphsuits and Mark Rober make costumes that work with a mobile app that displays creepy clips, like moving eyes or human organs. The iOS and Android apps are free, so you can use them in your own costumes.
Glitché is a photo editing app for iOS that lets you apply filters that distort and transform images. Its trippy filters include a VHS effect, 3D wireframe and datamosh. An in-app purchase lets you make .gifs and more.
Fiftythree partnered with Moleskine to allow users of the brilliant iPad sketching app Paper to order a printed version of their virtual journals from within the app. Each book costs $40 and will be delivered in 2 weeks. More here.
Jeff Chow’s CTRL+Console is an iOS app that serves as an alternative control interface for Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro and Quicktime. It has large buttons and powerful gesture commands. Works with both Windows and OS X.
The Jot Script’s tip is just 1.9mm in diameter, so using it is more akin to using a pencil than a stylus. It has an aluminum barrel and lasts up to two weeks on an AAA battery. Works with iPad 3+ and iPhone 5+ (requires Bluetooth 4.0).
We forget 95% of our dreams less than five minutes after waking. SHADOW is an alarm clock app for iOS, Android and Windows by Hunter Lee Soik that will help users to record, remember and then share their dreamscapes with others.
Rookies is a free iOS app that makes photos look like old baseball cards. You can then pay to have Rookies print your cards on premium recycled card stock. If you’re more of a basketball fan, check out this app instead.
IB III will feature two playable characters with unique fighting styles, a player HQ and new weapons, enemies and multiplayer challenges. The game drops 9/18/13 for iOS devices, and takes advantage of the iPhone 5S’ A7 processor.
An extremely portable charge and sync cable for iOS devices. Bluelounge’s Kii is about the size of a typical key and its cap has a hole for key rings. Available in Lightning and 30-pin connector variants, either in black or white.
A simple but addictive game for car enthusiasts. Motor Recall makes you guess a car’s make, model and year just by looking at an its headlights. It also has a second mode where you match a car’s headlights with its taillights.
The modern incarnation of ASCII art. VoidWorks’ Emojify app for iOS lets you render photos into a collage of emoji. You can tweak the number of icons or the contrast used. You can also export collages up to 16mp for printing.
A subscription service that lets you identify multiple pills or capsules at once using an iOS app and a special tray. The app doesn’t need an Internet connection, but it will only work with an iPhone 4S or iPhone 5.
MovieSlate is a feature-rich digital clapperboard at a fraction of the price of the real deal. It lets you edit and save production data including the timecode and camera metadata. It also has a variety of plugins and accessories.
Receiptmate lets you scan and file receipts with your iOS device. Its built-in scanner lets you highlight amounts or enter them manually. It’s integrated closely with Evernote and supports tags and notebooks.
Apple’s App Store turned five this year. To celebrate, they’re giving away five apps and five games for free this week, including Infinity Blade II, Traktor DJ and Badland. Click the link to open the App Store. List of freebies here.
The excellent turn-based tactical strategy game XCOM: Enemy Unknown is now out for iOS devices and it is as addictive and in-depth as its PC and console counterparts. Skip to 1:30 in the video for a preview.
Coming this fall, iOS 7 completely overhauls the user interface, opting for a more minimal and layered design. It also – finally! – has a shortcut to oft-toggled settings as well as a better app-switching interface. More at Apple.
Tall Chess is the app equivalent of the vertical chess set. It’s neat and simple, and it’s free-to-play if you just want to match wits with one person at a time. If you upgrade to the paid version, you get to play multiple games at once.
The sequel to one of the best tower defense games ever made will launch on iOS devices on 06/06/13. It will have new towers, enemies and heroes. Flash version to follow; sadly, there’s no word on its Android release yet. More here.
Belkin’s Dyle is a mobile TV tuner for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. It lets you watch over-the-air digital channels on the go, without the need for an Internet connection. Available in the United States only. Coverage map here.
Keeping track of the serial numbers of software and gadgets can be a pain. That’s where Serial+ comes in. It’s an easy to use app that can store the serial number, length of warranty, pictures and other info about your items.
Like the Clamcase, the Casetop gives you an 11.1″ 720p screen and a full keyboard. It works with smartphones that have Bluetooth and video out. The best part? It’s 30-hour battery actually charges your phone while it’s connected.