iPhone apps this week has been really thrilling.by these apps you can start planning your next trip using the app’s maps and recommendations for places you should go and things you should check while traveling.these app will allows you to use your fingers to draw on any of your photos and share them online.It’s a big week in the iTunes App Store for gaming. First up, we have Rovio Mobile’s long anticipated follow-up to Angry Birds, the first new game it has made since 2009. there’s Comedy Central’s Indecision Game, a politically-themed trivia game that lets you win the nation for your political party. Following that is Tiny Wings 2.0, a new update/sequel to the game that, for a time, bested Angry Birds in the App Store. Finally, there’s aquatic-blasting Fishing Joy II, a game that has players endeavoring to zap fish with a gun to catch them, and one in which choosing the right tool for the job is key.
Help plan your next trip with the help of Stay.com’s new app, which aggregates recommended attractions from the site’s experts to help you pick the best restaurants and activities while you’re on vacation. The app brings you recommendations and allows you add your own personal hotspots to the maps of cities you visit.You can see where your Facebook friends have been and let them suggest places to go and things to see. Stay.com lets you access your maps in offline mode as well, to save on data charges.
The app lets you draw with several different implements and colors on your photos, as well as add text to them. It also includes the ability to alter things like the thickness of your lines to help you create quick drawings, but simplicity and ease of use are king.
Scriblist makes it easy to share your creations with others. You can save your altered photos to your device, and then email them or send them to Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr.
Angry Birds maker Rovio Mobile’s newest intellectual property, Amazing Alex, is finally available, combining the physics puzzles the developer has come to be known for with Rube Goldberg-type machines that players construct, piece by piece. Each puzzle has a goal players need to meet, like knocking books off a shelf or a ball into a basket. You’ll need to add components to each machine in order to make sure everything works correctly.
s. Amazing Alex also includes Retina display support on the iPhone 4, 4S and iPad 2, and you can also create your own levels and share them with the community of Amazing Alex players, or download player-created levels to test your skills.
At its heart, Fishing Joy II is actually a turret game. You man a big laser gun that’s used to incapacitate fish and capture them. The turret packs a number of weapons in it, each suited to a different size of fish, and each requiring a different amount of “coins” to fire. The strategy comes from trying to aim and hit fish with the proper weapons to earn more coins than you spend to avoid running out of ammo. It also includes features that let you snap photos during the game and share them on Facebook and Twitter, a
Comedy Central’s Indecision Game lets you take on players from Game Center or Facebook in politics-focused trivia competitions. Winning a round of the trivia game, each of which features three questions, earns you “voters” that you can add to your party and to the map of the U.S. You can then assign those voters to different states to earn points and use them to take down your opponents. You can also customize your avatar as you earn money from competing and leveling-up your character.
The sequel to the super-popular hill-ramping endless runner Tiny Wings is actually an update to the original game – which means if you already own Tiny Wings (and you should), you get the new game not as a new app, but just by updating your old one. And there’s good news if you’re an iPad owner, because Tiny Wings 2.0 also has a proper, Retina-enabled just for you.