Gems With Friends Free is Zynga’s newest multiplayer game from its long line of App Store hits. The app’s gameplay seems to be a mix of Scramble With Friends and Matching With Friends, but with some Gem number play thrown in. Gems possesses many of the same features as its [...]Read More »
Clipboard is a new app from the creators of clipboard.com. It’s main purpose is to share different types of online content (called clips) with your friends, co-workers, and the rest of the clipboard community.
When you sign up for a new (free) account with them, the first thing you will [...]Read More »
Have you been looking for a way to manage your computer/server from your phone? Would you love the idea of shutting down your computer directly from your phone? How about install Windows Updates from afar? If you are intrigued by the thought of any of these scenarios, then PC Monitor [...]Read More »
The concept behind Addr2u Lite is fairly simple. In this internet age, we make friends all around the globe – friends in some cases who don’t even share our same native language. Addr2u Lite offers the ability to share an address in a different language, letting your penpal in Korea [...]Read More »
If you’re looking for an easy way to edit the photos you take on your iPad without having to send them to your desktop first, Ultimate Photo Editor is a good choice. It allows you to take photos right from within the application, and then immediately go into edit mode [...]Read More »
I admit – before the movie came out, I’d only vaguely heard of The Hunger Games. I recognized the covers of the books in stores, though “I should probably read that, some time,” and then moved on to get whatever book I’d gone in for. Then the movie came out, [...]Read More »
Madcoaster is just simply a lot of fun to play. In game play, it reminds me a lot of the original Super Mario Bros., as you not only have to smash your enemies to pieces, but sometimes dodge them as well. The ultimate goal of Madcoaster is reach your highest [...]Read More »
Organizy Tote Bag is a simple shopping list creator for your iPhone. The goal of the app is to develop a shopping list utility that is easy to use when you are actually shopping. When you are in the store and you have a short list of items to get, [...]Read More »
Booking.com is an all-in-one tool for booking online hotel reservations. The app currently has over 243,000 hotels featured in 176 countries across the globe, with absolutely zero booking fees. Booking.com also claims to have nearly 17 million individual guest reviews and over 3 million hotel photos to ensure that you [...]Read More »
As far as the industry is concerned, Yahoo is a dying breed. Because of its lack of competitiveness in the services and products it offers, users are flocking away from Yahoo and to its rivals — especially when it comes to search, a once-staple product in Yahoo’s portfolio. As a [...]Read More »
Private Pal is not your typical app for securing your photos and videos. The developer has gone out of his way to create a powerful security app that will not only protect your media, but also keep items such as passwords, messages, bank cards, web accounts, files, and more secure.[...]Read More »
WordOut is a neat little app for users that post frequently to Facebook and/or Twitter. When you add your Facebook and Twitter accounts to the app, you will notice that they are placed at the bottom of your screen (as shown in the screenshot) with an ON/OFF button next to [...]Read More »
Reveal The Maze is is the ultimate game of mazes. Sounds fun, but there is one problem, someone has turned the lights out and you (represented by a round object) need to find your way. Reveal The Maze boasts over 90 levels and 3 different levels of difficulty. You must [...]Read More »
It does take a genius to know the Galaxy S III is iPhone 5′s biggest competitor. It also doesn’t a take a genius to know Samsung is going to attack Apple on all fronts. So it isn’t surprising Samsung has conjured an ad that pits the Galaxy S III in [...]Read More »
iPhone 5 pre-orders have begun. The phone will reach consumer hands in a little under a week from now. If you are living in the USA and want an iPhone 5, there are three very important facts you need to know before you make the decision on which carrier to [...]Read More »
Do you enjoy air hockey? Are you always up for a little adventure? If so, then Shufflepuck Cantina might be a great app to try. I personally have played several air hockey apps, because it brings out my childhood love for the game, but I have never actually seen an [...]Read More »
Are you an astronomy buff? Do you stargaze regularly? Do you want to teach your kids about the universe? Whether you say yes to any of these questions or just like having a handy star guide in your back pocket for special occasions, then Star Map 3D+ is a good [...]Read More »
NetSnips is a clever new new app that simplifies web browsing and surfer productivity. Do you find yourself going to the same website every day, but only for once small piece of content on the physical page? Maybe you never really thought about it, but many surfers do exactly that. [...]Read More »
If there’s one thing I hate: when I’m so hungry that I don’t know what it is that I actually want. This happens to me and my fiancee all the time – and for awhile, it resulted in us frequenting what became “our place” simply by virtue of the fact [...]Read More »
I’ve made no secret of my love for the iPad version of Dolphin Browser. However, there are some things it can’t do – albeit they were things that, until recently, I thought no iPad browser could do. And then my fiancee turned me on to Photon.
Photon browser uses their [...]Read More »
Though it may not seem like it, since you know me from tech blogging, I am an artist. I’ve been creating art for my own pleasure and for others for years. So naturally, when I gained access to an iPad and it’s incredibly sensitive touch screen technology, the first thing [...]Read More »
Wannabat Season Plus takes baseball out of a stadium and puts it on the streets. The app boasts absolutely incredible graphics and gameplay, so much so that you literally feel like your in the action. It also requires that you master two different baseball skills, both batting and pitching, which [...]Read More »
SamCard is a new business card scanner/reader for the iPhone. The purpose of the app is simply to skip the step of entering a contact into your phone after receiving their business card. Or if entering cards takes up too much time normally, you won’t have to carry around a [...]Read More »
DOOO – To Do is an intriguing reminder utility that organizes your thoughts so your brain doesn’t have to. There are many different reminder/to-do apps on the App Market, but DOOO takes a very unique approach towards their creation. The premise of the app is that the user has important [...]Read More »
I love browsing the internet on my iPad. Surfing the web is one of the iPad’s primary functions, as far as I’m concerned – much more adaptable (and reliable) than my cellphone, and definitely more professional looking than squinting at a phone screen when you’re trying to show something to [...]Read More »
I’m a writer. Whether I’m blogging or working on a non-fiction project, or busting my tail to get my November novel to 50,000 words in one month for National Novel Writing Month, it can’t be denied that the written word is my home turf. As a result, on every piece [...]Read More »
I am a huge fan of Disney. Living less than 10 minutes from Disneyland has only intensified that love. So when I went looking for what iPad app to do my first review on, the answer seemed obvious — Temple Run: Brave, a 3D platform runner for the iPad.
Ever [...]Read More »
At the unveiling yesterday, Apple’s Phil Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide marketing, claimed the new iPhone 5 is the “world’s thinnest smartphone” thanks to its 7.6mm belt size. An Apple executive is somewhat of an authoritative figure in the mind of people, so the Internet was buzzing about how [...]Read More »
Comedian shows people an iPhone 4S, tells them it is an iPhone 5, and listens as they praise the “better” iPhone 5 [iSheep moment]
Ready for a ridiculously funny iSheep moment? As I’m sure many people know by now, the iPhone 5 was unveiled yesterday but will not be available until September 21. Jimmy Kimmel, a popular comedian known for his night shows, figured this is a perfect moment to play a prank.
Kimmel [...]Read More »
TurboCollage is a photo utility that groups a set of photos into a gorgeous collage. Featuring 5 unique collage styles (Picture Pile, Picture Grid, Mosaic, Center Frame, Zig Mosaic) and an endless array of editing options, TurboCollage can truly provide limitless possibilities.
Once you upload the photos from your camera [...]Read More »
Jewels with Buddies Ads Free is a turn-by-turn based match-3 game. Through SMS or Facebook, you can challenge your friends to a jewel matching duel. The chat feature, that is a key feature in most of these multiplayer games, allows you to have casual conversation or obnoxiously heckle your opponent [...]Read More »
Are you an iPhone user that spends a lot of time on 3G? Do you find that your battery seems to decrease quickly when using 3G? Do you have a limited data plan? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you should take a long look at [...]Read More »
Cipher Prime Studios, the developer behind the ‘Fractal’ and ‘Pulse: Volume One’, is back with an interesting, indie puzzle game called ‘Splice: Tree of Life’. The developer is popular for making iPad-only games and they did the same this time, too. Looking at the game will make you understand why [...]Read More »
Blood Roofs is an action runner game that presents the endless running-like genre in a completely different way. Gamesmold released the game unexpectedly this Sunday built using the popular Unreal Engine so let’s see if this game is worth trying or not.
In Blood Roofs you get to play as [...]Read More »
All the zombie games released nowadays are mostly about surviving after a zombie apocalyptic event as a human, but what will happen if the world turned upside down and a zombie gets to live in a non-zombie world? Well that’s what “Plight of the Zombie” is about. Let’s see what [...]Read More »