Who says you need an app for time wasting? Well if you’re on a train or stuck waiting for someone, instead of twiddling your thumbs or staring vacantly down the car, you can pull out your iPhone and pass the time.
Who hasn't played angry birds? It gets a lot of bad rap now because of all the ads, but still highly addictive and for under a dollar, it's a good way to keep you occupied.
The aim of the game is to keep the angry birds from becoming livid by stopping the farm animals from stealing their eggs.
Pop Sugar Celebrity Face Off
This game consists of you bing at one of those celebrity parties where you've gotten to choose your outfit (updates permitting) and then you look down the rows and see how many famous people you can name.
If you’re a complete celeb addict you can boast your scores to your friends FB or just store them on your phone.
It is in fact quite addictive as so much of the time you recognize that face but are just stumped so you’re left lingering there, which is great when your goal is to burn time.
So there you are, in the great red communist state, with no friends in real life or on Facebook and the school bully has a go. You know a few crafty moves but nothing compared to Cheng who lays you out with ease.
Up pops Mr Han the man, a trainer in the art of kung foo fighting - possibly one of the best. It’s now down to you how hard you work to progress up the ranks before you can take down Cheng.
You also get to catch flies to improve your reflexes. For free with cool graphics, you can’t go wrong with doing nothing but playing this fighting app for at least an hour.
What’s the Difference?
Remember those old children’s books in class where you had two pretty much identical images but with a few irregularities which you have so much time to find?
No? Long before your era? Well this app is pretty much a glitzy graphical interface of the same challenge.
With 500+ photos and three different game modes you get some extremely nice rich graphics to play under severe stress or with a longer time limit so you can wallow away countless minutes trying to pick out the faintest difference from one shot to the next.
This is the classic solitaire game brought to you in the super advanced display form of the iPhone and iPad.
iPad is where it's at, but the game is good on an iPhone, too.
First, customize the app to suit you if you are right or left-handed.
It remembers your scores which you can send off to the online super Solitaire database, plus you have Deal1 and Deal3 option now.
You get three theme: wood, metal, and leather, and of course there are in-app options where you can purchase different ones.
It works in both portrait and landscape. It has been known to crash a bit, so check reviews first.