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Many iOS users are also Mac users, like myself, so if you have a Mac, and an Apple wireless keyboard, and an Apple Magic Trackpad, pay attention! I have all of the above, but I found that I didn't use the trackpad that much. Rather than slide my hand off to the right, past my Magic Mouse, to the trackpad, and lose time, and risking Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, I prefer the design of Apple's laptops, with the trackpad just below the spacebar.
I am constantly amazed by the advancements in graphics and gaming in the iOS world, and Real Boxing
is the latest example. From the colorized red, black, and white cinematic 'cut scenes' reminiscent of Frank Miller's Sin City
, to the photorealistic gameplay, the experience is breathtaking.
Kingdom Rush is now FREE on the app store, so do not tarry, lest thou findeth a tariff awaiteth thee the morn! I'll drop the pathetic attempt at Old English, if thou whilst go grab thee some Kingdom Rush here, now!! See my review of this popular TD title. If you are a major KR fan already, you can also grab a free comic featuring the heroes in the game! If you are a certifiable KR nut, you can learn more on the coming full HD version of the game and vote to keep the saga going here at Steam Greenlight... Thou shalt heretofore be dubbed--ok, I'll stop now...
If you haven't already read my article on the potential dangers of our beloved radioactive iOS devices, please do. As with anything else that comes with inherent dangers, you would behoove yourself to know the possible risks associated with use and take appropriate precautions. The article I link to below has lots of useful infromation and valuable links on the topic of cell phone radiation levels and it's a must read for anyone who uses a cellular device, much less anyone (myself included) who finds themself carrying these devices around with them on or near their body most of the time.
Now iDevice case maker Pong is back with their latest radiation protective iPhone case. Read on for more deatails...
If you are looking for headphones or earphones for yourself or for a gift for someone else, check out this roundup of my top 5 picks from the year 2012.
Tap Start Up is a fun game which will require your fastest reflexes and time management skills to complete. As the manager of a new company you’ll have to guide your business through all the different challenges it will face in order to expand and grow to the point where you are a millionaire. Growing your business requires you to stay on top of a variety of different tasks from keeping the employees working to managing the office environment.
Apps that help organize your life are a dime a dozen, and while many are effective, it's hard to find one that brings together all the right features. Sooner does a good job of unifying time management needs into one handy interface, but you actually have to spend some of your precious time organizing activities, listing goals, and then setting some deadlines and reminders to achieve them. There are likely a hundred different ways (and apps) to achieve time management nirvana, but if you take the time to set it up, Sooner does it with singular aplomb!
PuXXles is a new and interesting way to communicate with other people and play a game at the same time. With this app you can create pictures, jokes, stories, music or just about anything else, and then encrypt it as a puzzle or riddle. When you send the message the only way they can open it up and see or hear it is to solve the riddle or puzzle. This adds a little bit of excitement and fun to a regular conversation.
Welcome to my recap of some of this week's top news and interesting stories in the world of iOS. This week's review includes: the debut of two of Google's most beloved iOS apps in the App Store, Apple's "Best of 2012" picks, new rumors of forthcoming Apple iDevices, and a much loved feature of the App Store returning, and just in time for the holiday season!
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