New Apps of the Week

New iOS Apps, Games and JB Tweaks of the Week: Cally's Caves 3 and more

To-Fu Fury

Five Nights at Freddy's 4 made its official debut on Steam on Friday, but there has been zero news about a mobile release. You can purchase the game now for $7.99 through Steam (Windows only) or wait until it arrives on the App Store.

It was a big week for classic arcade titles. Both Q*bert and Pac-Man received games on the App Store. Our App of the Week, Qbert Rebooted includes the original classic, plus an updated 3D version of the game with new characters and villians. The game is free to download with an option to upgrade to an ad-free version for $0.99.

Bandai Namco on Thursday ported Pac-Man Championship Edition DX to mobile devices. Pac-Man CEDX is the sequel to the popular Pac-Man Championship Edition. The game features 132 mazes, 3 game modes, the infamous dark levels and more. Pac-Man CEDX is available for $4.99 on the App Store.

New iOS Apps, Games and JB Tweaks of the Week: Magic Duels and more

Pixel Defense

If I had to pick one word to describe this week's App Store releases it would be "meh". The only truly noteworthy release was Don't Starve: Pocket Edition for the iPad.

The popular third-party keyboard Fleksy is now a free app. It has also been updated with 5 new summer themes, the ability to add multiple Hotkey extensions and more. You can download the keyboard for free on the App Store.

New iOS Apps, Games and JB Tweaks of the Week: Apple Music and more

The Executive

Apple released iOS 8.4 and its new music streaming service on Tuesday. Apple Music has been met with mixed reviews, and much confusion. Apple is forcing users to pick a monthly subscription plan before they can access the music service for free. iOS users must pick a $10 or $14 monthly plan, then disable the automatic renewal option in their Settings if they don't want to be charge in 3-months when their free trial ends. There is also some confusion about the difference between "Apple Music" and "Beats 1", and why Apple Music is part of the stock Music app. You can check out our Apple Music Guide for the answer to all of these questions.

New iOS Apps, Games and JB Tweaks of the Week: E3 2015 and more

Freak Circus Racing

There were a lot of big announcements at E3 2015 this year, especially when it comes to console gaming. Some of the biggest announcements included Fallout 4, Kingdom Hearts 3, a bunch of new Nintendo titles like Star Fox Zero and The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, and much, much more.

On the mobile side of things Square-Enix unveiled Hitman: Sniper and announced that Kingdom Hearts Unchained Key will be coming to the U.S. App Store. Capcom quietly announced that an iOS version of the PSP title Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is coming "soon," but didn't reveal many details about the port except that it would include new features. Other mobile previewed at E3 include: World of Tanks Blitz, The Witcher Adventure Game, Godfire: Rise of Prometheus, Minions Paradise and Siegefall. You can check out some E3 trailers and gameplay videos at the bottom of this post.

New iOS Apps, Games and JB Tweaks of the Week: Angry Birds Fight and more

Try Harder

Apple went kit crazy this week at WWDC 2015. The company previewed several new SDKs for app developers, and announced upgrades for Metal and other new tools for game developers. One of the tools called ReplayKit, will allow developers to add the ability for users to record, save and share gameplay video in iOS 9.

E3 kicks off next week on June 16 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Mobile gaming won't have a huge presence at the event, but a few big names like Gameloft will be demoing mobile titles. You can check out the full E3 schedule at


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