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Polaris Office is a pretty unique app of its kind. To sum it up, it allows Apple users with devices such as the iPad or iPhone to access and edit Microsoft Office documents. Of course, it's a lot more extensive than just that; but this is why it has become one of the most popular business apps to date. As for its cost, many people believe that the worth definitely meets its value.
This week, I review Ichi; advanced pong/puzzle game rising fast in app store popularity, and as about as simple as a game can get and still provide devilishly mind-twisting fun. Also, some important news: for those who have heard me ranting but not yet sampled the Galaxy on Fire 2 space adventure (SD version)--99 cents for a very limited time (expires June 15th, 2012) so do not tarry too overlong to snag it. In other iOS gaming news, Bank Job side-runner freebie has been released, and a new 3D racer called Bounty Racer coming this summer. I hope to review both in an upcoming WIPTW column, time permitting. Read on for the Ichi review and full game news releases...
Multi Audiobook Player has been rated as an unexpected great app in 2010. Because there are a variety of apps geared towards the concept of media, this particular one has surprised many critics. There are numerous features that are offered that can't be found with its competitors. And for those that enjoy listening to audiobooks, you'll appreciate the innovative idea behind it.
The Panda Sweet Tooth Full app is a fun game where you control a panda that goes through levels collecting different foods. There are several different worlds where the panda needs to collect different types of foods beginning with strawberries. Each world is broken up into several different levels. If you’re able to complete a level successfully and collect enough of the food you’re looking for you’ll get three stars. If you complete it without dying but miss too many items you’ll get two or one stars.
Welcome to my somewhat weekly app review column (aka WIPTW), where I mostly review games and "play-oriented" apps and news. This week, have 3 apps to review (and another to preview), so won't waste any time with my usual blabbering. Draw the Line is a cute puzzler with physics aspects. Ichi is still under embargo, but can say it's another interesting puzzle game soon to be released. InstaJam is a basic drum machine app, and iTunes Movie Trailers though not a game, is an iTunes award-winning freebie vid player handy for finding all the latest movie previews. Last but certainly not least, I offer up a quick QA with some of the Aoineka folks about their coming Kitaru game, and you don't want to miss this iPhonelife exclusive about what could shape up to be one of the best iOS 3D gaming experiences ever!
At first glance many people might think that Tracks is just another social media tool for their smart phone. If, however, you give it a chance and launch this impressive app you’ll quickly see that it is much more than that. To start with, this app was clearly developed by professionals who know not only how to program a mobile app but also how to make sure it looks and functions flawlessly.
The app allows users to store and share all sorts of things with exactly who they want to. This includes anything from music to documents to photos and videos. You can use the easy to understand settings to make sure you’re only allowing your friends to see a specific item, or you can share it with everyone.
In the ever-so-crowded field of cases and folios for iDevices it's an understatement to say that it can be a challenge for one brand to stand out from the crowd. To that end, X-Doria is a company that has created a unique and varied product line-up, products that appeal both to a sense of touch as well as a sense of visual aesthetics.
I often find myself in a position where I get a game to review, and then I just don’t get to it for a long time, but when I finally do I think to myself “boy do I wish I would have played this sooner”. Yep, Blocks Hurt is one of those games… at least that’s how I felt when I first started playing it. A few levels into the game I couldn’t decide if I still wanted to embrace it or if I was ready to chuck my iPod Touch out the window. Fortunately I’m not in a position to go the latter route. As it happens Blocks Hurt is one of the most creative matching / combat games I’ve run into on my iDevices, so I’ll tough it out for now.
When people are looking for a game; there are times that they want something that is challenging, but easy to figure out. Tarelcus offers exactly that; a concept based on original games from decades ago. However, because times have changed; the graphics and music are clearly up-to-date with some new surprises on every level. It's a constantly changing game!
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