February 25th in App Reviews, Apple, Games, iOS by Jeff Cormier .
Have you ever just wanted to pummel the living crap out of your boss or colleagues at work? Great news, there’s a new iOS game that allows you to do just that.
From PNIX Games comes Office Rumble, a game that gives you the chance to take your evil boss to task in a way that won’t get you fired or arrested. (more…)
January 23rd in App Reviews, Apple, iPhone by Jeff Cormier .
Looking to meet that special someone and use your mobile device to do so? If Tinder’s or Grindr’s not your thing then you must try a new offering from Apptigo: SCORE – Free Dating Matchmaker For Singles. (more…)
January 12th in App Reviews, iPhone by Jonathan Norman .
I like keeping tabs on lists of things. I like keeping up with what movies I want to see and what shows on TV I want to watch. In addition, I also like to share what I am watching from time to time, nothing over-reaching, just a quick tweet or post.
I’ve tried countless apps for these, from simple todo apps, Reminders apps, note taking apps, and even specialized apps for these tasks. Nothing fully worked for me. I’m still not sold 100% on any 1 app, but here are those I’m using right now. (more…)
January 8th in App Reviews by Jonathan Norman .
I like using Reminders and Calendar on my devices to keep tabs on things. From appointments to grocery lists to birthday or Christmas shopping, I use these two apps a ton. There is one thing that I can’t seem to use them for and that is countdowns or time until and time since. (more…)
December 15th in App Reviews, Games by Jonathan Norman .
Who am I? is a quiz game for the iPad and iPhone. The game gives up to 5 clues for a hidden personality and the user tries to guess the answer. The quicker you can guess the answer, the higher your score will be. There are over 1,000 personalities to discover from characters, singers, actors, and more. (more…)
November 18th in App Reviews, For Kids by Jonathan Norman .
For a while now Toca Boca has been releasing apps for kids that just make learning and playing fun. It’s because they realize how kids play. Don’t put any limits on the creativity. And don’t try to up-sell parents with in-app purchases, pop-up ads, or banner ads. They’ve hit homerun after homerun.
With Toca Boca Nature, they’ve even outdone themselves. (more…)
October 17th in App Reviews, For Kids by Jonathan Norman .
Have a little monster at home? It’s time to get into the Halloween spirit with Sago Sago and the updated Sago Mini Monsters app on the iPad.
The free update lets kids add outfits and accessories to all their monster creations, feed them a variety of foods, and add colors as they see fit. It’s geared towards kids ages 2-4, but older siblings can have fun with it too. My kids and I have been creating mini monsters for the last few days and they’ve had a blast. Some things you just never out grow. (more…)
October 6th in App Reviews, iPad, Productivity by Jeff Cormier .
Do you have a business or work for a business that utilizes an old-fashioned pen and paper visitor book? If you answered “yes!” you need Visitor Book, a visitor registration app for the 21st Century. (more…)
September 30th in Productivity by Jonathan Norman .
If you’re like most people I know your attempt to go digital with everything has failed. Sure, it was easy to transition to digital music and photos, digital movies was easy once bandwidth made it acceptable, and reading has been a hit as well. Many of us have tried to make our todo’s, notes, scribbles, and post-it notes digital too. In some instances we’ve succeeded, but the biggest failure with people I know, and myself, is with sticky notes. Post-it brand notes has released an app that just might change that. (more…)
September 6th in App Reviews, Games by Jonathan Norman .
I’m a sucker for puzzle games. I’m a sucker for challenging minimal games too. So when Hexagonal! arrived in my inbox I knew right away I was going to have to give it a shot. Afterwards, while frustrated beyond belief, I was happy I did…as it really is a nice little game. (more…)