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Review: WeatherOn – Another Weather App Gets Put To The Test

Posted on 29/12/2012 by Henry Taylor-Gill

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There are more weather apps on the App Store than Christmas songs at this time of year, so it really takes something special to stand out from the crowd. WeatherOn will hope that it has done enough to make a difference, and the prospect of a weather app based around notifications and a Metro style interface should be interesting.


Review: Ravensword: Shadowlands – The Hit Action RPG Returns On IOS

Posted on 29/12/2012 by John Manners


RavensWord: The Fallen King was one of the first critically acclaimed action-RPGs on iOS. Released in 2009, it set the bar for what the genre should live up to and the right direction for other developers to follow in. One of the most anticipated games of 2012 from Crescent Moon Games is the sequel to Fallen Kings; RavensWord: Shadowlands. The sequel could be the most detailed action-RPGs of the year from every aspect such as missions and storyline to controls and visuals.


Review: Artist Corner – A Unique Children’s Coloring Book For iPad

Posted on 27/12/2012 by Jim Gresham

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There are more and more coloring apps making their way into the App Store and we take a look at Artist Corner, a free addition to the line up. Clearly geared toward children, Artist Corner is a finger, or stylus, painting, drawing, coloring app that does most things well, but leaves a bit to be desired.


New Hidden Tethering App Sneaks Onto the App Store

Posted on 27/12/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Another developer has managed to sneak a tethering app past Apple’s approval radar and onto the App Store, allowing users to use their iPhone data service on their Mac or PC with no additional charge. A number of apps have surfaced in the past with hidden tethering abilities – and this week’s catch is called FlashArmyKnife.


How to Track Santa From Your Mac, iPhone, or iPad

Posted on 24/12/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Wanna know how Santa’s coming along with all those gifts tonight? Here are a few ways that how you can use your Mac, iPhone, or iPad (and other platforms, of course) to keep track of the big guy tonight!


6 Great iOS Apps for the Holiday Season

Posted on 24/12/2012 by Chris Hauk


The holidays can drive you crazy. It’s a busy time, and you need all the help you can get. These apps may help you get through the season with only a minimum of mental and emotional damage.


Review: “Majesty: The Northern Expansion” – A Fantasy Sim Classic Comes to iOS

Posted on 24/12/2012 by Ian Fuchs


There was a time when sim games were one of the most popular styles of games not he market. Games like Starcraft, Warcraft (not to be confused with WoW), Sim City, Roller Coaster Tycoon, and many others could be found on computers across the country. Developer Herocraft has recently released “Majesty: Northern Expansion” for iOS, and it feels perfectly nostalgic.


RockmeIt Social Browser Comes to the iPhone

Posted on 21/12/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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RockmeIt’s unique “social browser” has been available on the iPad for some while now, bringing a seemingly unlimited stream of personalized content, and a clever way to browse and share their favorite sites. Today, RockMeIt has expanded their app to the iPhone, updating their app to version 2.1 in the process.


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