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Grid

Organize all the thoughts in your untidy mind into tidy little spaces with Grid ($Free). Whether you're planning a trip, collaborating on a project with coworkers, or you just enjoy making order out of chaos, it helps you easily display a bunch of information in a way that just makes sense. It lets you create grids of related items, including text, maps, photos, and contacts, with intuitive touch gestures accompanied by minimal chrome. When you're done, you can share them with friends to work together, or just save them for your own reference.

  • Motion Tennis

    Wii Sports, step aside, there's a new game in town, and it's Motion Tennis ($8). With an app available in the iOS app store, all you need to play realistic tennis in your living room is an Apple TV and an iPhone — no need for an additional (rather childish) console. The game uses the magnetometer, gyroscope, and accelerometer on your phone, so that it can accurately interpret your movements without the need for an external sensor. Setup is a breeze too. Just pair your phone with the Apple TV, and play (just don't let go).

  • VSCO Cam

    We've said it before — there are literally thousands of iOS camera apps available. But just because the market is saturated, it doesn't mean there isn't room to improve on the concept. VSCO Cam (Free) adds separate focus and exposure rings, and a white balance lock to give you expanded control over each of your shots. Powerful editing features, an array of filters, and purchasable presets add to that control. With an Instragram-like discovery feature, and an individual web presence available to display your photos, you can share every shot you take while getting recognized for your picture-taking skills.