The free TED app for iPad, iPhone and Android offers users more than 1,000 talks from professionals around the world. Created by TED Conferences, the program includes a searchable library of presentations on everything from science to medicine, business and music.
This portable stress management tool provides users with deep breathing techniques to promote mood stabilization and anxiety management.
A new app from the Defense Department could help military members and their families tackle the mental health challenges they face in everyday life.
Have you ever wanted to delve a little deeper into your smartphone? With the new Sensor Kinetics app, Android owners can test and monitor all the standard sensors available in their devices.
The Pulse News app for iPad and Android takes a visual twist on traditional RSS feeds. It provides all your content in one place with a focus on photographs to catch your eye, and it's one of the most popular news apps on the market.
Keep tabs on astronauts onboard the International Space Station (ISS) at all times with the free ISSLive! app for iOS and Android. The program, developed by NASA, provides live streaming data on station position, internal environment, altitude, crew activities and more.
The U.S. Air Force released an app that lists every event occurring at its participating United States bases. My Military Communities, or MyMC2, for Android and iOS devices features upcoming events and services along with contact information and important "quick call" buttons selected by the installation's commander.
The official Join In mobile app for the 2012 Olympic Games takes spectating to another level with event schedules, interactive maps, videos and more.
A new Android app provides enjoyable activity suggestions to help service members returning from combat deployments improve their moods and overcome depression.
This free app allows Defense Department personnel and contractors to host and attend meetings from Android devices and tablets, giving users greater flexibility at work.
Get paid for shopping smart. Comparing prices has never been easier thanks to the Smoopa Price Scanner app for iPhone and Android. Simply scan the barcode on the packaging of any item and enter in the price. The program then compares it to other prices in its database.
Giving gifts just got a whole lot easier. The Karma app for iPhone and Android helps you track meaningful events and instantly send personalized gifts to friends and family.
A new app from the U.S. Defense Department provides wounded warriors with a comprehensive mobile resource guide. The Compensation and Benefits Handbook for Wounded, Ill and Injured Members of the Armed Forces is available for Android and iOS devices.
Channel surfing gets social. The free Peel app for iOS and Android makes personalized recommendations for TV shows based on your viewing history and what your friends are watching.
This app serves as a quick reference for primary care providers working with patients experiencing a mild traumatic brain injury along with other co-occurring conditions, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, chronic pain and substance abuse.
Get a new perspective on the world with the Layar app for iPhone and Android that displays real-time information over top of the image on your phone's camera.
Prepare for your next business trip with the click of a button. The Yelp app transforms your smartphone into a mobile tour guide by helping you locate the best places to visit.
Clear away the coffee table clutter. The Dijit Universal Remote app transforms your iPhone, iPad or Android into a one-stop control for all the different media players and sound systems in your home.
Make sure you're prepared for the busiest shopping day of the year: November 25. Use the TGI Black Friday app for iPhone or Android to compare all the best deals with the click of a button.
Draw attention to your photos with the free Skitch app. Sketch, draw, doodle and write over your photographs and then share them with your friends, family or co-workers.