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My WiFi point of presence is in my basement. That's where the internet service provider installer guy had to put it. I mostly work 2 floors above that level, so getting a steady WiFi signal with all the interference in my neighborhood is somewhat a dicey proposition. My router was provided by the service company, so it's not exactly standard or easily configured (though I have tweaked on it a bit). I have been looking for a way to boost my upstairs WiFi reception for years, and didn't want to fuss with repeaters, or adding another AP. I think I may have finally found one of the easiest and cheapest ways to solve this problem. The Mohu Bounce...
The Kisaragi no Hogyoku app is more of a book than a traditional app. The app opens up to the main menu where you can choose to start the story or learn how to interact with it. The interaction is quite simple with regular taps and swipes to advance the story, touching the screen with two fingers to bring up the menu or three fingers to fast forward through the story. All of these gestures are simple to use and work flawlessly for controlling the pace of the story.
Having grown up in the 8 and 16 bit console era, I remember when 2D platform games were all the rage. Nowadays it seems as though even simple platforming romps need to be embellished with the latest 3D graphics in order to be accepted by the masses. Thankfully handheld devices like smartphones have made the 2D platform game “in style” again, and games like Frenzy Pop are taking good advantage of that. The premise is simple, the levels are challenging, and there’s no third dimension to clutter up the fun.
The folks at More Blu Sky
are back with another app and while all of their apps have beautiful design, their latest, Album Art
, let's you create your own artwork, suitable for use as a wallpaper or lockscreen image.
G. O. D.: God of Defence from MGame Mobile is a brand new tower defense title that offers a twist on the genre’s traditional game play.
In the last few days, I've participated in several discussion threads in the Phone Cameras / Tablets & Apps forum of DPReview. (See for example THIS, THIS and THIS). In order not to have to repeat the same facts again and again in future discussions, I've decided to dedicate a complete article to the question of using the iPad as a photo frame.
Trip to Worlds is a social app that allows travelers to share their various locations throughout the world. It keeps track and documents where you've been, places that have been visited recently, and even tells you about highlights from each area. Since social media has become extremely popular; the idea of Trip to Worlds is for friends to connect from all over the world.
Not to negate the progress that has been made recently in the area of artificial intelligence vocal assistant apps, but relatively speaking, this technology, at a consumer level, is still in its infancy. Even Siri is technically still a BETA release. So we can expect to see some glitches and hang ups in all of the current alternatives for vocal assistant software. That said, some are definitely better than others.
The FantasyxRunners app puts a new and exciting twist on the popular ‘running’ type of app. Like other runner apps the game is played with your character running across the screen and either avoiding or killing enemies and jumping over pits and other obstacles. While running through the different levels you collect rubies by running over them or collecting them from enemies which you kill. When running you can’t stop or turn around so you have to have quick reflexes to collect all the possible rubies.
Games with some focus on collectible items are great at satisfying my compulsive side, and those that incorporate some sort of combat make for an awesome stress reliever. MonTowers has both fronts covered.
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