Tiny Wings HD for iPad Review


We did a review of Tiny Wings back in April of 2011 soon after it was initially released.  Though this version is not named ‘Tiny Wings 2’, it is the first version available natively to the iPad and does pack a host of new gameplay features and modes.  Read on to learn more about them in our Tiny Wings HD for iPad review. … [Read more...]

Living Earth HD for iPad Review


The first time I saw Google Earth was a bit of a wow moment.  This was merely for the fact that I was able to interact with the globe as a three dimensional image within a two dimensional space.  Sure it had been done before, but for some reason when it’s a globe, it’s all the more impactful.  Living Earth HD is an Alarm Clock iPad app which will allow you to have this same interaction with a globe that has cloud cover updated every three hours as well as real time weather, time, and sun lines.   Read on for the full review. … [Read more...]

Tide Graph for iPhone Review


Over the years, boating has continued to increase in popularity as a sport, hobby, and activity.  Whether for fishing, recreation, or just relaxation – people have enjoyed boating with and without the use of technology for a long time.  Of course – in recent years, the mobile revolution has tacked on some pretty useful apps for boating enthusiasts everywhere.  These include weather, flashlight, cheap gas finding, and nautical navigation apps.  Some of these apps can get pretty expensive, but the app we're talking about today will give you a well made interface through which to check the tides in your favorite boating locations; for a reasonable price. … [Read more...]

The Act for iPhone and iPad Review


Chillingo, popular app makers of such games as Feed Me Oil and Cut the Rope have created a first of it’s kind new type of game called ‘The Act.’  The Act is an animated story where the player takes part in moving the story forward.  Besides the short length of the game, I absolutely love everything about this game.  … [Read more...]

Nike+ Running App for iPhone Review


Nike + iPod, a different app/system, has been around for a while.  This system required special shoes, a sensor, and your Apple device to help you keep stats while running.  While this is a pretty cool way to go, a lot of people could not get past the need for new shoes just for the app.  Nike’s new app, Nike+ Running, takes the Nike+ Shoes out of the equation, and lets you run with your iPhone alone while still benefiting from a slew of features.  Read on for more. … [Read more...]

Songza for iPhone and iPad Review


Music is an emotion driver.  It can help you workout, get through tough times, or simply change your mood.  Songza aims to be your situational music player, providing playlists of predetermined types of music.  Over the last week, I have found myself enjoying the premade playlists for almost every situation I’ve looked for. … [Read more...]

I’d Cap That for iPhone Review


I’d Cap That is a comedy app which combines random hilarious sayings with photos of your choosing.  In turn, a hilarious combination is born.  Please note that the app does contain some adult sayings so it’s recommended to be used by those over the age of 17. Much like most apps that employ use of the camera, in I’d Cap That you have the option to take a new photo or choose one from your Photo Library.   Once a picture is selected – tapping Use will bring the same picture up with the funny caption.  Pictures can be chosen from any of your albums, including your photostream collection. Depending on the combination of what’s in the picture along with the randomly chosen caption – the output is hit or miss.  Sometimes it can be … [Read more...]

Wimbledon App for iPhone Review


Where are all those Tennis fans?  Wimbledon's in our midst.  With Wimbledon comes an iOS app built specifically for the iPhone.  This app will provide access to News, Scores, Results, Schedules, Players, Multimedia, Live streams, and more. Is it a must-have app for tennis fans? Read on and find out in our Wimbledon App for iPhone review, as we put it through the paces in advance of the start of Wimbeldon 2012. … [Read more...]

Review and Guide On How To Use Dropbox on iPhone and iPad


Ever wish you were able to throw your external hard drive up to the clouds and be able to access it on your iPad and iPhone (among other devices)?  That’s basically what Dropbox does, and does well.  With Dropbox you are able to have all of your pictures, documents, and videos accessible from anywhere, anytime.   Even more than that, it  provides a Favorites feature which will make your files, photos, and videos available offline. Join us for what will be part review and part guide on how to use Dropbox on iPhone and iPad. … [Read more...]

Facebook Messenger for iPhone Review


We recently reviewed Facebook Camera for iPhone.  Facebook Messenger was actually released a while before their camera app but recently updated – and does exactly what it sounds like; allows easy messaging within your Facebook friend list.  The main perk here is the bypassing of text messaging.  Not everyone has an unlimited text messaging plan or is able to leverage iMessages.  When this is the case Facebook Messenger fills a gap that can save you a little money.  With a few other key features, you may choose to start using this as a primary messenger.  Join us to learn what these other key features are in our Facebook Messenger for iPhone review. … [Read more...]