With celebrations abound in the U.S. for the 4th of July, there are more great apps in the App Store than pork at a Joey Chestnut hot dog eating contest This week, we rock out, send our kids to preschool with monkeys, go on the hunt for monsters, find new ways to be productive and still find time for some classic meditation to free our minds. It’s time for the everythingiCafe Apps of the Week for July 5th, 2014. Boom!
For those attending graduations, we’ve got a long list of apps to help get you through those long graduation processions. This week, we relax with origami, search for Fisherman Bob’s fingers, find numerous reasons to jump in tanks and find room for yet another new messaging app. It’s time for the everythingiCafe apps of the week for June 28th, 2014.
Yo, check the calendar, it’s summer and there are some hot apps lining the shelves of the App Store. This week, we take part in console quality combat, see which blush looks best, engage in disappearing group messages and still find time to raise the bottle. Yo, it’s time for the everythingiCafe apps of the week for June 21st, 2014.
Summer is on the horizon and things are heating up in the App Store. This week, we join our favorite birds in an adventure, delight in the simplicity of RSS, follow our favorite football soccer team and celebrate the rebirth of click and point adventure. It’s time for the the apps of the week for June 14th, 2014.
WWDC dominated the week, but developers learning about all of the cool new stuff from Cupertino didn’t take a break from release great new apps for the iPhone and iPad. We turn Tetris on its head, engage in destruction that only Sky Force can deliver, make some serious awesome music with Oscilab and so much more. It is time for the apps of the week for June 6th, 2014.
Developers from Philips are already hard at work developing for iOS 8 and decided to provide us with a concept prototype for accessing your Philips Hue lighting system from iPhone. The image shows a Hue widget on the ‘Today’ screen in Notification Center. For now, there are only four light scenes. Presumably, Philips could allow more that would either get stacked or in a best case, would be accessible by scrolling. For those with a Philips Hue lights, you are all to familiar with how lights get controlled under iOS 7. It requires unlocking your iOS device, opening the app […]
As May draws to a close and June promises new things from Apple, the perpetual flow of great apps continues this week. We join the kids as they visit Toca Town, take on the Dots sequel, clip all the things for Evernote and so much more. It is time for the apps of the week for May 31st, 2014.
It’s Memorial Day Weekend in the US, which means an extra day off to take advantage of some of the great new apps in the App Store. This week, we’ll try to stay focused, dance like Mila Kunis in Black Swan and bring out the claws when it’s time to get our game on. So fire up the BBQ, enjoy a cold one on me and check out the the everythingiCafe Apps of the Week for May 24th, 2014.
This marks the first week we celebrate a game whose focus is on a curious rectangle. Join us as we continue to experience 8-bit gaming in glorious retina, take on a new tower adventure, play table tennis and still find time to map our thoughts. It is time for the apps of the week for the week ending May 17th, 2014.
Spring is in full swing with a plethora of amazing new apps hitting the App Store. Two well known developers, Adobe and Hipstamatic, show us new ways to edit and create amazing videos. And Then It Rained could be a title for the last week’s weather in New York and it’s also a cool new game, one that contrasts with the equally cool Nintendo Gameboy-inspired 2-bit Cowboy. When it’s time to wind down from video editing and game play, Noisli brings soothing sounds to your iPhone. Those are just a few of the apps featured in this week’s edition of the […]