Okay, so this is probably one of the cooler applications that I have seen in a long time. Have you ever felt like giving yourself a run for your money in Movie Awards Trivia? Well, look no further than this application!
I like the graphics of this app, I think they are really cool and cute. The app has a theme, movies, and when starting to play the game a soft and sweet little melody starts to play that accompanies the game (you do have the option to shut off this music if it doesn’t agree with you).
Inspire Pro is a painting app whose goal is to simulate painting with wet oil paint on a canvas. The app has five kinds of brushes and can simulate a dry brush which allows for a realistic paint blending effect.
The best “solution” for a clean screen (Pun intended). This is an awesome way to keep your screen clean as well as disinfected. The solution inside the bottle is an antibacterial solution which kills 99.9% of all bacteria for up to 24 hours. It is a non-drip formula and antistatic which cleans like no other. The great thing about cleaning with Antec Advance solution is the lack of an ammonia smell. We have all cleaned our computer screens or keyboards with a disinfectant only to realize that it chokes us so bad we can’t stay in the room. So now we turn the fan on to blow the smell to our friendly “neighbor”.
Vodio is a great new app for the iPad that allows you to watch videos quickly and easily. Like other similar apps, this one has an impressive display and is able to get videos from a number of different sources. The controls are very easy to learn and use, which makes this a great app for anyone who enjoys watching all sorts of videos. While all this alone makes for a pretty good app, Vodio has some impressive features which nobody else has to date.
Blink master is a fun game of speed, general knowledge and timing which requires you to be able to quickly see clues and piece them together as quickly as possible. The general play of the game starts you off with a category from either 'famous personality', 'place', 'movie', or 'book. Each problem has 9 clues which are flashed in front of you very quickly and then covered up by tiles. Once the tiles are up you can answer the question if the quick glimps of the clues were enough, or elect to uncover one tile to see the clue better. Each tile you uncover, you lose points.