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The weekend break’s halfway gone already, however if you elegant a careless Sunday getting up to date with the best apps offered for your Apple device, Cult of Mac has your back.

From fantastic video games to an outstanding e-mail client or 100,000 imaginative work of arts within your reaches, have a look at our picks here – extending iPad, iPhone as well as Apple TV.

Assassin’s Creed: Identity

If you’re a fan of the Assassin’s Creed franchise business, a brand-new game is constantly going to be worth an appearance – although that, at 9 years old, the stealthy open-world franchise is beginning to really feel a bit creaky.

Identity trembles experiences up by adding a role-playing video game component to procedures. Calling itself the ‘first activity RPG’ of the franchise business, it allows you discover the Italian Renaissance timezone with your option of Berserker, Shadow Blade, Charlatan and also Thief-class personality, with plenty of upgradeable statistics, tools and also attires along the way.

Sure, it’s a simplified online game as compared to just what you could anticipate from a console version of Assassin’s Creed, yet in my opinion it’s one of the most successful attempt yet to port the collection over to iOS. And also the landscapes looked beautiful on my iPhone Sixes and iPad Air 2.

Available for: iPhone, iPad
Cost: $4.99
Get it from: App Store

Spark email for iPad

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My colleague George Tinari reviewed Glow’s brand-new iPad application at length this week, but right here’s the CliffsNotes variation: lengthy thought to be one of the very best email customers for the iPhone, Glow’s iPad application does a fantastic task arranging e-mails by organizing them independently, then presenting the brand-new as well as essential stuff right at the top. A quick gesture lets you archive, erase, pin or snooze any email – which makes dealing with your daily deluge of e-letters much more bearable compared to it presently is.

The iPad version brings over other additional features like smart search with natural-language assistance, merged inbox, saving e-mail as offline PDF, clever notifications (which intelligently won’t send an iOS alert for junk mail) and also swiping to alter signatures.

The truth that it’s complimentary is simply the topping on the e-mail cake.

Available for: iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch
Cost: Free
Get it from: App Store

Rayman Classic

Okay, so Rayman Classic in fact got there on iOS ten days back, as opposed to over the past seven, yet I’m still including it in this week’s app roundup due to the fact that it’s so darned awesome!

Timed approximately to coincide with Rayman‘s 20th wedding anniversary (were the mid-1990s really that long back?!), Ubi Soft’s side-scrolling 1995 favorite has lastly made its way to iOS, offering gamers the opportunity to save the Great Protoon from bad Mr. Dark around again – politeness of the titular limbless hero.

If you really did not get a flooding of nostalgia from checking out that, simply take my word for it: the online game’s great.

Available for: iPhone, iPad
Cost: $4.99
Get it from: App Store

Art Channel for Apple TV

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Apple TELEVISION provides some outstanding screensavers of its very own, however if you’re searching for a cool choice, try Art Authority’s brand-new Art Network, which supplies billions of dollars worth of high-resolution masterpieces (even more than 100,000 in total) for you to take pleasure in from the comfort of your very own home.

Subscriptions are only 99 cents per month, with a 7-day cost-free test, while the varieties continuously varies to not only include ‘all-time highlights’ and also pricey masterpieces, however additionally seasonal updates like “Easter Story” or “Valentine’s Day Inspirations.”

If you’re a fine art fan, you’ve possibly discovered Fine art Authority before (it was co-founded by very early Apple staff member Alan Oppenheimer, co-creator of AppleTalk, the initial network body for the Mac). This recent update is definitely worth your time.

Available for: Apple TV
Cost: $0.99 per month
Get it from: Apple TV App Store