I dig flying. And there's nothing better than exploring great cities. It's even better when it's easy. Our app society makes life easier. Sometimes it's the bang-up apps that improve our lives, but, often, it's a standard utilitarian number with a solid feature or two that provides the most value.
It's always been fairly easy to send multiple pictures from an iPad or iPhone using the Messages and Photos apps. But iOS 6 now makes it just as easy to email multiple pictures from within the Mail app as well. Cause for celebration. Learn more here.
See which App Store Hall of Fame, Best of 2012 and top Apps for Kids you can get at a discount -- or even free -- over the holidays. We'll track price drops of the best iPad and iPhone apps here through the end of January for friends, family and you.
You can use your iPhone or iPad to watch movies, listen to music, text and surf the Internet. But special, surprisingly inexpensive apps make them nifty environments for learning or upgrading cooking skills.
Apps recommended by our friends at Children's Technology Review: Your children will learn basic Chinese in one day with a fun app that teaches them through repetition and drills. In this week's Top 5 Kids Apps, they'll also learn how to program by playing with lions, and the Jib Jab brothers are back with some excellent entertainment for kids.
If you've exhausted your budget on your new device, you can still download a host of great free apps that add more functionality to an already well-built phone. Compiled here is a list of 25 freeiPhone apps with the new user in mind.