Each Monday, AppAdvice presents some recently updated apps worth checking out. This week’s list features a letter game, Doc Brown, two great calendar apps, and more.
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Back To The Future: The Game[/caption]
The popular game from Telltale, Inc. now works on the iPhone. It includes five game packs priced at $2.99 each, or $9.99 for the entire series.
Fantastical, Updated March 7, iPhone, $3.99
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One of the most impressive calendar apps for iPhone continues in its quest to take over the world. The latest update includes new settings, multiple alerts when creating events, and more than 15 other new features.
See also: Fantastical For iPhone Becomes Even More Fantastic With New Major Update
Letterpress, Updated March 7, Universal, Free
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Loren Brichter's highly addictive "war of words" game includes a new way to remember words, an updated dictionary, and zombies?
See also: New Letterpress Update Lets You Remember Words For Later
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Mercury Browser Pro[/caption]
The Safari browser alternative now includes a new UI for File Manager, Bookmarks, and Settings on the iPad. And yes, iPhone users also have some new features, including multitouch gestures, autocomplete, and improved Evernote integration. A free version
is also available.
See also: Mercury Browser Pro Introduces Omnibox, New Multitouch Gestures And More
Star Trek App, Updated March 7, iPhone, Free
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Star Trek App[/caption]
With just two months to go before the next Star Trek movie debuts, the official app now includes actor interviews, news from the set, and user promotions.
See also: Win An Authentic 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Uniform With Star Trek App
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Week Calendar HD[/caption]
Grown tired of Apple's own Calendar app for iPad? Be sure to check out the impressive new 5.0 update for Week Calendar HD. An iPhone version
is also available.
See also: Week Calendar HD 5.0 Delivers Redesigned Interface Plus More Features
Zeebox, Updated March 8, Universal, Free
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One of the most popular TV companion apps continues to improve. The Zeebox 2.11.0 update includes profile pages, improved cast and crew lists, and something called zeetag previews.
See also: 'TV Sidekick' App Zeebox Updated With Profile Pages, Tag Previews And More
We’ll see you next week for another edition of “Monday Apps.”