Best iPhone apps this week
Slingshot Racing £1.99
You wouldn't think there was much left for racing game devs but we like this effort – instead of just holding your finger down onscreen, use a grappling hook to slingshot your way around 64 races in this silly, steampunk iPhone game.
This crazy photo app uses your iPhone's gyroscope to remember which direction you took a snap in and then merge it with different viewpoints of the same scene. The result is a 3D interactive relation to the panorama, anyone else sick of Instagram filters? Download this.
Any.DO is a beautifully simple to-do list app with voice commands that work well, a landscape calendar mode, sharing functions plus folders for work and personal tasks. It's already on Android and Chrome and a web app is coming soon, this one's going straight to our iPhone's homescreen.
Bridge Constructor £Free/ £1.99
Take a break from iOS destruction and test out your engineering skills with this dark horse hit. You can unlock materials, stress test your bridges with cars and vans and well, use your brain for once. It's not as easy as it looks, trust us.
EURO Cookbook 69p
Head over to our pick of footie apps to see you through Euro 2012 but if you're fed up of slouching in front of your massive telly burger in hand this cookbook app has 32 recipes from the participating countries. So you can vary your grub in honour of the country that inevitably thrashes us on the night.