Fyuse ( iOS)
Check out Fyuse if you want a new way to capture images that are a mixture of a photo, video and GIF.
TwoDots ( Android)
TwoDots is one of the best games you can play this year, just watch out for those in-app purchases.
Pixelmator ( iOS)
Advanced photo editing features and tons of artistic tools for creating and editing images make Pixelmator a must-have for photo enthusiasts and well worth the price.
Addappt ( iOS)
Despite a learning curve, Addappt is a powerful and business-friendly replacement for the iOS contact list.
Starbucks ( Android)
The Starbucks app gets mobile payments right, but it's best for loyal customers.
Diptic Video ( iOS)
Diptic Video creates an easy way to gather your videos and photos into a collage, but is probably geared more toward specific creative types who want to try something new with their media.
Moves ( iOS)
At just under $3, Moves will give you a similar experience to that of the Fitbit Force or Jawbone UP, both of which cost over $100. Any iPhone 5S owners who are on the fence about activity trackers need to give Moves a shot.
Pages ( iOS)
With more templates and a streamlined interface, the latest version of Pages is an improvement on iOS, but the Mac version is going to need more time to catch up.
TouchCast ( iOS)
As long as you take the time to learn its features, TouchCast has a ton of potential for making great videos.
Auralux ( iOS)
Auralux is a very well-designed strategy game with a slow pace, but extremely challenging levels. If you're fine with the idea of playing several rounds to learn the ropes, Aurolux is a great choice for strategy-loving gamers.