Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Oct 21, 2013 | 0
In today’s fast paced world, having your smartphone, iPad, or other electronic devices’ batteries completely drain on you just when you need it the most has to be one of today’s top annoyances, particularly when you’re on a business call, taking notes with your iPad, reviewing your proposal on your electronic device, or miles from a wall socket. Well, Anker’s newly released pocket-friendly backup battery is here to save the day.
Posted by Press Releases | Aug 05, 2011 | 0
iSeeToon announced that ill-Fated Relationship 1.1, their new manhwa app for iOS, has received excellent reviews. Created specifically for the digital medium, ill-Fated Relationship a dark romantic webtoon between two serial killers. Including 20 chapters of the story, plus some bonus material at the end, this eBook is a manhwa which are called webtoons in Korea. manhwa are similar to webcomics, but require the reader to scroll through the comic panel-by-panel instead of page-by-page.
Posted by Press Releases | Jun 29, 2011 | 0
iPad Apps Reviewer today announces their launch. Founded this month of June 2011, iPad Apps Reviewer covers every category from Games, Productivity, Business, Social Networking, Books and Educational apps. The web source reviews every possible application they stumble upon on the web which they believe will help iPad users. Their goal is simple: to help iPad users find the best and top rated iPad apps whether paid or free.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 26, 2011 | 0
Friends Aloud Pro, the iOS app that reads your Facebook news feed aloud like a broadcast radio, has gathered great reviews. Friends Aloud Pro is a personalized News Radio that can broadcast your friends’ news directly to you. Friends Aloud Pro reads your Facebook news feed aloud. Making it possible for you to stay connected with your friends anytime, anywhere. Using state of the art text-to-speech technology, you can listen hands-free to everything your friends post.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 20, 2011 | 0
Indie game Squid Drop receives accolades from the press but makes no impact in the App Store. Despite top scores from several reviewers, and picked as “game of the day” twice, Squid Drop is still likely to lose the developer money. Squid Drop is an arcade/action game in the infinite-survival genre. The aim is to avoid monsters and pick up bonuses to amass the lowest possible low-score.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 21, 2011 | 0
iPad owners looking for a fun way to play games on their devices must check out ThinkGeek’s JOYSTICK-IT iPad Arcade Stick. Simply stick the joystick on top of the virtual d-pad controls on your iPad and watch your scores go off the charts!
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 13, 2011 | 0
A small Canadian team announces the release of AppShrink, a website that offers app review and press release publishing as well as a new service called app analysis which aims at improving existing applications through a detailed analysis of their purpose, user interface and functionality. AppShrink also offers page space for featuring apps and paid banner advertising, which starts at a very modest price point.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Feb 25, 2011 | 0
On rare occasions, a unique product comes along outside our normal coverage that we feel is worthy of a quick look. Today, we had an opportunity to test out AviiQ’s Portable Laptop Stand, the world’s thinnest laptop stand. When collapsed, this stand comes in at 1/4” thick, 12 3/4” long, 2 3/4” wide and weighs in at 5.5 ounces.
Posted by Press Releases | Feb 22, 2011 | 0
NxtApp is an exciting new and entertaining game of logic and math for all ages. It exercises the brain while having lots of fun with numbers, and a fun and addictive way to increase gamer’s IQ, strengthen his/her insight, focus the scanning skills, improve pattern recognition capability and more. Making NxtApp a daily mental exercise ultimately unleashes the full power of the brain. The game continues to receive rave reviews from world-renowned sites in the mobile apps industry.
Posted by Mike Lata | Feb 14, 2011 | 0
Want to turn your iPad into a wooden table-top marble madness game or a virtual board game made out of fancy wood and containing laser beams? Do you enjoy the Labyrinth series of games or logical games that test your hand-eye coordination? All these descriptions can be attributed to the latest marble-rolling game — Zen! by Marco Siino. It is an intriguing table-top ball rolling game where the objective is match color-coded balls to their destination holes. However, you will be putting multiple balls in their respective holes at once in many of the levels and even splitting balls into multiple parts simultaneously to complete the board. All this will also be done while avoiding various obstacles, like laser beams, as well as balancing the board to prevent balls from falling into the wrong holes. The game is very relaxing and soothing and you can really hear the marbles bounce off the wooden walls as if your iPad was really made out of wood.
Posted by Mike Lata | Feb 07, 2011 | 2
If you have ever had an urge to become Robin Hood for a while or enjoy shooting down skeletons with a bow and arrow then check out Terava by Julian Raschke. The game is quite unique on the app store in the sense that it’s a 2D platformer but with a lot of interactivity thrown in. You can jump on enemies or shoot them with ranged weapons (not just a bow and arrow) like a magical wand. Terava is really a mix of a platformer and an RPG, but also contains some elements thrown in from point-and-click adventure games. You grab items or open doors by touching them while other more abundant items like gold are picked up by moving your on-screen character on them. There are also various staircases to go into or caves below-ground to explore; so it doesn’t play like a traditional platformer at all but something more immersive.
Posted by Mike Lata | Feb 01, 2011 | 1
Feel like monkeying around? One word to describe Tiki Towers 2 by GameHouse is plain crazy, out-of-control mayhem. The monkeys in this case have taken over the zoo, so to speak, in this ‘Planet of the Apes’ style of world you enter into called the Monkey Republic. You will be helping the monkeys escape to their goals and reach onto statues — from a box they are trapped in at the beginning of each level — by building structures that comprise of towers and bridges. These structures are used by the monkeys to climb over but you only have a limited amount of bamboo poles to build them. These poles attach themselves in to coconuts and metallic beams suspended in mid air. This review is coming from someone who hasn’t played the original title but the two games should be quite similar outside of additions like special items and tools at your disposal.
Posted by Mike Lata | Jan 24, 2011 | 0
Ever wanted to be an architect or a structural engineer? Do you enjoy building legos or bridges made out of matches? Well if the answer is yes to any of these questions you should find the iPad puzzle game, BuildnBash3D HD by Skapp Enterprises right up your alley. Think of it as a 360 degree building simulator with elements of Tetris thrown in. Instead of focusing on building the entire layouts with bricks and mortar, you just lay out the outer parts of the construction by placing beams on top of each other until completion. Your workers will automatically do the rest thus leaving you as the designer of the outer perimeter. Along the way, you will encounter competitors who will bash your work while you bash theirs, in an effort to be the first one to the top.
Posted by Paul Balsom | Sep 27, 2010 | 1
In Multiball Pinball HD for the Apple iPad, the age-old game of pinball and the latest customer technology make some harmonious love to product a high-octane ADD pinball heaven. With very easy-to-use controls, and plenty of colorful eye candy to look at, Multiball Pinball HD is a top-notch an inexpensive iPad app to check out.