This week’s best iOS apps cover all corners of the entertainment spectrum. Our top app helps you eat at the places featured on your favorite Food Network shows, while our other top apps include an official WWE app, a note-taking app, a very large dining guide, and an app for streaming movies and TV shows. […]
This week’s best iOS apps cover all corners of the entertainment spectrum. Our top app helps you eat at the places featured on your favorite Food Network shows, while our other top apps include an official WWE app, a note-taking app, a very large dining guide, and an app for streaming movies and TV shows.
Food Network On The Road (Free)
Serious Food Network fans that want to eat at the places they see on TV should check out Food Network On The Road. This tasty app showcases dining guides to restaurants found on shows like The Best Thing I Ever Ate, The Great Food Truck Race, $40 A Day, Cupcake Wars and more. Users can also see recommendations from chefs like Guy Fieri, Alton Brown and Giada De Laurentiis.
WWE finally has an official app just in time for their big summer pay-per-view SummerSlam. The app features bios for WWE superstars as well as video clips of wrestling action, including highlights from recent shows and even older “classic” clips. Fans can even band together in a virtual community to discuss whether they agree or disagree with recent WWE events.
Ness Dining Guide (Free)
If you’ve been enjoying Ness Dining Guide’s robust selection of restaurant ratings and food photos, you’ll certainly like the food app’s latest update. Now you can make reservations for dinner right on the app at over 11,000 restaurants, via OpenTable. Ness has also added digital menus for 325,000 restaurants so that it’s easier than ever to check out what sort of food a restaurant has before you go there in person.
Catch Notes (Free)
Catch Notes latest update features some solid new features. Now users can create private or sharable checklists so they’re always staying focused on the tasks they need to get done. Notes can not be added to Catch Notes with a single tap with the updated apps new capture wheel that contains common items found on to-do lists. The update also features new color-coding and location tagging features that make Catch Notes easier to use than ever before.
Crackle, the app that lets you watch free movies and TV shows on your iPhone, has updated with a complete visual redesign. Now users can find their favorite shows and movies easier than before. The app can now also be viewed on TV using Airplay or HDMI output connections.