I recently had the opportunity to try out “Dragon Bane Elite” from Digital Cloud Limited on both my iPhone and iPad, and while I’ve never been a huge MMORPG (massively multi player online role playing game) player, I have to admit, this game intrigued me.
There are a number of bluetooth speakers out there. From budget to Bose, there’s something for everyone. I recently had the pleasure of trying out the Kinivo BTX450 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, and I think you’ll be able to tell that I was pleasantly surprised at the sound quality and features that are packed into this rechargeable speaker.
Wouldn’t it be great to have an app that would beautifully display photos from various sources, both local and online, in a beautiful, customizable slideshow? Enter UniFrame from ComX USA.
A vast array of children apps exist in the app store, but wading through the mess can take hours. Today, I take a look at The Monsters Family, a universal app that is geared toward preschoolers in the learning ages from two to five.
Measuring in at less than an inch tall, the Saidoka is the perfect desk, counter, or nightstand accessory. It features an elegant, simple design, which compliments the iPhone’s industrial feeling.
iPads have become an integrated member of the computer family, with the size, ease of use and accessories available, iPad rivals many laptops. The trick is, finding a keyboard case that not only emulates a keyboard, but works seamlessly with…
Sometimes, carrying an external power supply or spare lightning cable can be too much for my pockets. The Bluelounge Kii is a convenient solution to keeping power just inches away.
Earth 3D Amazing Atlas from 3Planesoft uses the graphics and computing power of your Mac to take the old world atlas a huge step forward.
With games like Words with Friends still maintaining popularity, it is no wonder that the word game craze is still holding strong. iLetterz, free in the App Store, is a new word game that is reminiscent of hangman, only without the hanging man.
Takuzu, free in the App Store, is a fun puzzler for iOS devices. Based on simple logic, identifying patterns, and following a few simple rules, Takuzu is a puzzler like I’ve never played before.
Grove’s attention to detail when it comes to creating unique iPhone cases can not be stressed enough. The beautiful, smooth finish and vibrant colors make the Skate Case truly a work of art, wrapped around your iPhone 5.
In the 80s and into the early 90s arcade style fighting games were in their glory days. A lot of developers have tried to bring that nostalgia back. Fighting games on iOS are a good fit because they’re easy to pick up and play, but some aspects of these fighting games have certain features, which might effect it like controls, which may not respond as well on a touch screen. Dragon Nest Studio is hoping to find the right balance of gameplay and controls with Ultimate Stick Fight on iOS.
There is certainly no shortage of various desk and lap stands for Apple’s ever-popular line of iPads – and it can be difficult to find great products with quality materials and design in the sea of accessories already available. The folks at Just Mobile have committed themselves to doing just that – but will they maintain that reputation when it comes to iPad stands?
Writing for a tech blog like MacTrast, I find myself doing a lot of Google Searches, screen captures, and bouncing back and forth between multiple windows and apps. I recently had the opportunity to try out Shape Magic. This Mac app claims to speed up your daily workflow by supplying a central app to manage windows, take screenshots, and search the web. Let’s take a look.
I’ve always been fascinated by 3D modeling and rendering programs. Sadly, I am a “I want it now!” type of person, and just didn’t have the patience for learning how to create and place objects, and then wait for them to render. I expected more of the same when I was asked to review RaySupreme from BrainDistrict, but I have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised with this application.
Most of us have loads of files on our iPads. Pics, PDFs, text documents, music… The list goes on. I had the opportunity to try out an app that claims to be a versatile file manager that also can securely hide any files you’d like to keep from prying eyes. Meet DragNSYNC from AppSophic.