Though this recently released iBook has some nifty features, releasing it as a standalone app could have shown off its untapped multimedia potential.
We close out our look at content-rich mobile apps with a round-up of the ones that caught our eye over the last year.
Calendars 5 is an impressive calendar app for iOS that looks terrific, offers easy-to-use features, and works equally well on iPhone and iPad.
It's not just what's in apps that matters; how that content is put together is important, too, as we learn with this week's round-up of tablet apps.
A new app from The Atlantic looks to collect the best of its websites into a weekly iPad offering. But is it worth adding to your collection of tablet apps?
An enhanced iBook that gets your ready for this weekend's return of Breaking Bad leads this installment of multimedia-rich apps for your tablet.
Charlie Brown and NASA are some of the familiar faces in this installment of our regular look at content-rich apps. And even if the term "knelling" isn't immediately familiar to you, it will be after you take a look at Andrew Kim's enhanced iBook on the subject.
We look at musical memoirs from Ringo Starr, Cheap Trick, and Led Zeppelin available from Apple's iBookstore. While the first two disappoint, the third shows how good an enhanced iBook can be.
Our regular look at content-rich tablet apps focuses on a trio of offerings that have a way with words.
School may be winding down for the summer, but the learning continues year-round thanks to a trio of iPad apps that will immerse you in ancient history, wildlife, and modern design.
What do a legendary '60s band, the sport of basketball, and our nation's capital have in common? They're all the subjects of great iPad apps that would be terrific additions to your tablet.
The highlight of our semi-regular look at content-rich apps for your tablet is highlighted by one that delivers a complete portrait of one of history’s great artists.
Space continues to be a fertile ground for tablet apps, as we profile an iPad offering that explores NASA's Space Shuttle program.
As winter turns to spring, two of the apps we profile this week can take you outdoors in their own way, while a third can help boost your word power for all those term papers coming due.
We go up in the air and out into space with this installment of the Digital Reading Room, as a trio of tablet apps about space, World War II, and photography take flight.
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