The App Store is home to literally thousands of games, yet the ones that seem to reach mass appeal are always the fun, somewhat mindless, yet ridiculously challenging, often addicting games. Blob Climber is one of those games, and is a great one to play while killing some time during your travels this holiday season.
Articles by Ian Fuchs
With iOS 8 and Themeboard, iDevice users can now load custom keyboards that offer the same wonderful typing experience Apple is known for, with unique interfaces, functionality, and style.
Golfinity offers endless mini golf levels, and diverse challenges. Using fixed perspective on each hole, your goal is to hit the ball from the tee to the hold, avoiding holes, utilizing the walls, ramps, stairs and whatever else the game can throw at you, just like a real golf course.
Monument Valley is a fantastic, visually tricky, almost soothing puzzle game for iPhone and iPad. Navigate the princess through M.C. Escher inspired levels with out of this world physics
The Philips Grooming app is a free, personal advisor, that men can use to see what various facial hair styles look like on their face, as well as get shaving tips and recommendations for their personal facial hair desires.
Before the invention of Twitter, Youtube, and Facebook, there were various forums that allowed users to post questions or comments on a topic, and others could respond. Now, the team behind Facebook’s app is attempting to rejuvenate the world of topic-focused forums with “Rooms!”
Sharkie is the perfect solution for iOS Devices to clear their camera roll of unwanted screenshots in three quick, easy steps!
In the first edition of App of the Week, Check out Tadaa – a great camera app that provides the missing link between DSLR photography and iPhonography.
There are a plethora of cases, bags, and sleeves available to protect your Mac from accidental bumps and scratches, and the Inateck line of sleeves offer great value for a quality product.
The Misfit Shine is a bluetooth connected activity & sleep tracker that borrows design elements from the Apple’s iDevices, as well as traditional watch makers, to create a truly gorgeous device, perfect for any occasion.
$200+ Beats or Sony headphones are a hard expense to justify. Wicked Audio Solus headphones offer similar quality sound and features, but at a much more palatable price.
Bluelounge is very good at making products that are aesthetically pleasing, and offer simple solutions to minor problems we may not have even thought about, and the Kickflip is another one of those products.
Whether you’re an aspiring photographer or videographer, or just looking for a way to mount your phone to a tripod to film your daughters next dance recital, the Beastgrip is an incredible product that is worth checking out!
For amateur videographers, and creatives not looking to spend a lot to get a huge level of expandability, sometimes an iPhone or iPad is all it takes to begin to produce great content. While there will always be a place for professional grade cameras, video editing software, and expensive rigs – consumer/amateur video is a market that Apple is slowly chipping away at.
The “connected home” is one of the biggest areas of innovation as of late, with smart appliances, voice-controlled thermostats, and app-driven lights taking center stage at various electronics shows and making appearances at various home improvement stores.
Anyone who has ever tried to record quality audio directly into their iOS device or computer has inevitably come to a crossroads in their experience. What’s the easiest, highest quality method for capturing great audio…? IK Multimedia’s new iRig Pro is a universal solution for capturing quality audio, regardless of what you’re recording on the go!