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I'm a fan of aluminum photos. I have a nice family portrait printed direct on aluminum and it gets great feedback. Such prints resist fading, water damage, tears, etc., so I was excited to see the Chromaluxe cases
for the iPhone 5 and 4/4S.
Back in 2011, I reviewed the iW1 when it first came out; an awesomely portable/rechargeable wireless speaker from iHome--portable, as in literally no wires--with an internal 2600 mAh Li-ion battery. The Wi-Fi setup was a bit sketchy, but I finally figured out a compromise by setting up a second Wi-Fi access point. Been looking forward to trying out one of the new iW3 models and got my hands on a review unit. The iW3 is like the iW1, but taller, lighter and easier to haul around the house. The sound quality is pretty close to what I remember from the iW1, and though it won't blow out a window, it will let you easily push quality music to any room in your home.
Roach smasher is a simple yet fun game where, as the name implies, you have to smash roaches. As the roaches run across your screen, you simply tap them to kill them. The more you can kill the more points you can get. To make the game more challenging, if you miss a roach you will tap the ice which they are crawling on. After 20 misses, the ice cracks all the way through and your game is over. Every time you play you can try to get a higher score than the last time.
Majesty is a fun and unique simulation game where you play as the recently crowned king of a tiny fairytale kingdom. Unlike other sim games, however, you don't control the action directly. You can hire your hero's to do your bidding, but you have to make sure you have enough money to pay them or they won't follow your orders. Managing your hero's happiness and ensuring that they are there to do what you want them to do is challenging, but then you also have to manage your time to ensure that the citizens of your fair kingdom can live and prosper.
I never considered frogs to be a very popular subject for video games, but there really are quite a few games staring the lily pad bound amphibians and their desire to eat bugs. Thankfully Mister Frog is a different beast altogether. Yeah you’re still trying to collect bugs with the protagonist’s tongue, but there isn’t a lily pad anywhere to be seen in this game. Plus, the actual game play mechanic is different than any I’ve come across in this sort of game to date. This is another fine example of simple, fun and addictive blending seamlessly together to create a game that probably won’t get the recognition it deserves.
Apple's Airplay technology has reset the expectation bar for ubiquitous, wireless multimedia streaming. However, finding accessories that embrace and enhance the Airplay experience is a challenge. One company, AQ Audio, has entered the market with a wireless speaker that promises easy setup and great audio. Did they deliver on this promise? Read on to find out.
If you’re a coffee lover who is living in, or planning to visit the New York area you’re going to want to download the free New York Coffee Guide. This app was developed for and by coffee enthusiasts in the NYC area with the specific intent of finding all the best local coffee houses that brew and serve locally roasted coffees. The app focuses only on independent coffee shops which serve coffee, though they will also review any food items that they offer as well so you know what to expect.
If you're a photographer who loves finding new and beautiful locations for a photo shoot, this is the perfect app for you. Pashadelic is a crowd sourcing app where people can post pictures they have taken with GPS location attached. With this information you can visit the same area to take photos of the same scenery. There are over 20,000 existing photo locations already in the app, and it's growing all the time.
Happy Holidays everyone, from all of us here at iPhone Life! Hopefully everyone had a safe and abundant holiday celebration. I know many of you are now very happy owners of the latest iDevices, and whether you just got an iPhone, an iPad or an iPad mini, this little "Buyer's Guide" is filled with handy links with lots of concise and useful information to help you accessorize and personalize your new toys.
If you're looking for a fun and educational app for you or your children this Christmas, Jolly Jingle might be just the one. This app is designed to help people learn some of the most popular Christmas songs around, but it really goes a step beyond that for children. Kids will enjoy listening to and learning their favorite Christmas tunes, but while learning the songs they will also be practicing their reading skill!
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