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Review: Justin Case Ultra-Slim Power Case for the iPad

Posted on 24/09/2013 by Chris Hauk


Whenever I use my iPad away from home, it’s usually for entertainment purposes. And if I watch more than a couple of movies, my battery starts getting dangerously close to the bottom of the charge. The Justin Case Ultra-Slim Power Case for the iPad is designed to remedy that problem.


Review: Infinity Blade III – The Epic Trilogy Concludes On IOS

Posted on 20/09/2013 by John Manners


Over the past few years, few iOS games have taken full advantage and pushed the limits of all the iPhone and iPad have to offer in terms of creating something with pure visual graphics and art design. The Infinity Blade trilogy set that bar and went to great heights, not only visually, but introduced new gameplay and combat experiences to iOS users. The epic saga from Chair concludes in truly glorious fashion with Infinity Blade III


Mini E-Book Review: ‘A Day With the Woz’ by Waseef Akhtar

Posted on 08/09/2013 by Chris Hauk


What would you do if you were allowed to spend the day with Apple co-founder, and all around cool guy, Steve “The Woz” Wozniak? Well, of you’re Riyahh, Saudia Arabian resident Waseef Akhtar, you write a book about it and self-publish it via iBooks.


Review: Shark Attack 2 – An Underwater Tower Defense Game For IOS

Posted on 26/08/2013 by John Manners


With the recent release of Plants vs. Zombies 2, defense games with the same style of gameplay and similar controls are looking to build off that success and popularity. Developer, Javier Aznar first released Shark Attack in 2011 and introduced a strategy game that a lot of people would quickly pick up on given the surging options and popularity of defense games on the app store. The release of Shark Attack 2 introduces 50 all new levels through 5 worlds and 18 different fish to choose from to defend your territory.


Review: WritePad – Handwriting Recognition for iPad

Posted on 13/08/2013 by Ian Fuchs


Technology has trained us to write with our thumbs on a touch screen, or with out fingers, clicking away on a keyboard. Now, those who prefer the “old-fashioned” way, can take notes on an iPad or iPhone like they would with pen and paper.


Review: Parallels Desktop 8 – The Easiest Way Yet to Run Windows on Your Mac

Posted on 07/08/2013 by Chris Hauk

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As you may know, Parallels Desktop is a favorite around the MacTrast homestead. It allows you to run Windows on your Mac quickly and easily, allowing copy and paste, and drag and drop functionality between the two operating systems. With Parallels Desktop 8, the ease and convenience has been taken up a notch.


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