Each Monday, AppAdvice presents some recently updated apps worth checking out. This week’s list features plenty of games, and some radio too.
Birdseye Mail, Updated May 16, iPad, Free
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For those looking for a nifty Mail app alternative for iPad, look no further than Birdseye Mail. The free app now includes interactive mail tiles, support for labels, and so much more.
See also: Get A Bird's Eye View Of Your Inbox With Birdseye Mail For iPad
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City Guides by National Geographic[/caption]
Released earlier this month, this impressive travel guide now includes some design improvements. Available cities include London, Paris, Rome, and New York, with more coming soon.
Pudding Monsters HD, Updated May 16, iPad, Free With In-App Purchases
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Puddle Monsters HD[/caption]
Apple's free iPad App Of The Week, Pudding Monsters HD keeps getting better with each update. Its latest features 25 new levels of interesting fun.
See also: Pudding Monsters Goes Sky-High As It Goes Free For First Time Ever
Stitcher Radio, Updated May 17, Universal, Free
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One of the most useful apps in the App Store has gone on the road. Stitcher Radio 5.3 includes a new Car Mode for iPhone, plus other new features.
See also: It's Now Easier To Listen To Stitcher Radio While Driving With The App's New Car Mode
Turbo Racing League, Updated May 16, Universal, Free With In-App Purchases
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Turbo Racing League[/caption]
First launched in April, Turbo Racing League now includes support for Game Center. Oh, and did we mention the $1,000,000 Shell-Out Contest
sponsored by Verizon
See also: Verizon Shells Out $1 Million In Cash Prizes For DreamWorks' Turbo Racing League
YellingMom, Updated May 17, iPhone, $0.99
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Designed so "you'll never miss the important things," the to-do app with an interesting name is currently on sale.
That’s all, folks. See you next week for another edition of Monday Apps.