Next week, Snowman will release an endless runner app that you won't be able to put down. I've been playing Alto's Adventure for a few weeks, and it is quickly becoming one of my favorite iOS games EVER (and I download a lot of apps).
Travel guides are one of the things that you should not leave home without when traveling. Thankfully, you no longer have to whip out book guides or large maps and make it obvious that you are lost or a tourist, as everything a you needs can now fit in your pockets.
The company known for presentations went a different route for its latest endeavor. Instead of a bland slideshow, Nutshell (free) transforms images into a self-described "cinematic story." Once you've collected three photos worth animating, that is.
Everyone probably remembers the Sudoku craze of the 2000s, when the number puzzle game took over millions of households and turned everyone into a logic master—at least for a few months. Developer Ayopa Games remembers, and it's put a new spin on the formula with Logic Dots. If you have a hankering for some puzzles you can solve on your commute, then this game is definitely for you.
Raise your hand if you like to talk to real people when trying to fix your technology problems!
You can't see, but my hand is raised. When I need assistance, I would rather talk on the phone to an Apple genius or go to an Apple store to get my problem fixed. This is where Xprt can help. With Xprt, a free app, you can talk to a real person in a chat setting who can help your problem.
Preparing textbooks that are both educational and stimulating can sometimes prove difficult, especially in today's society. But the exploratory terrain found in Earth: A Primer($9.99) makes learning about geology much more digestable.
One reason why I haven't moved completely to online note taking on my iPad is because note-taking apps don't allow me to be creative. For some of us, doodling helps. Writing in the margins helps. Coloring said doodles helps.
I made a New Year’s resolution to, as much as possible, eliminate paper from my life. I can’t control all of what comes it, but I can control some of it. And I have complete control over what I keep, within the guidelines of U.S. tax law, of course.
Here is the list of steps I took in January to get My Year of Living Paperlessly off to the right start.