Articles Filed Under "iOS Reviews"
Reviews for iOS applications.
igobbuble is a mobile app that takes a pretty novel approach to social networking based on the user’s location and the location of other users of the app. Essentially, it allows users to send messages to each other, whether it be video, photos, or just plain text, from their current location through things the devs call “bubbles.” Each bubble is a piece of shared information, and other users can interact with these bubbles, helping them grow, multiply, shrink, etc.Read More →
Zenonia 2 is the long anticipated sequel the Zenonia. It has the same Zelda like graphics (although they seem better than the last version), good and evil sides, and basic game play. But a lot has changed as well. The in game menu is a lot different, but personally, I like it better. Other changes [...]Read More →
Zenonia, one of the very few RPGs out for iDevices that are actually good. The game starts as a cut scene, explaining the whole war between the Dragon Clan and the Holy Knights. After four or five cut scenes, you, Regret, wake up in a bed, mourning about your father’s death. You have no family… [...]Read More →
I, for one, have seen applications like this scattered throughout the iTunes App Store. They usually claim to be an exceptionally good media manager, but their 1- or 2-star reviews say otherwise. However, xDownload seemed different from other applications of its kind. Since it was a new app as well, there were no App Store [...]Read More →
The game that we’re going to introduce today in our review may not be the most popular, but for those of you who are fans of Scrabble, Words with Friends, and other word puzzles, here’s the latest game to add to your collection: WordZinga! The game is based upon a simple concept, of giving you [...]Read More →
Now, there’s much debate about the WiFi detecting software incorporated with the iPod Touch and iPhone. Most people agree that the signal detector built into the iDevice itself isn’t strong enough to detect all (or close to all) the nearby signals, which leads to tens of apps built, claiming to be the best that can [...]Read More →
Waves: Survivor is an endless type game with platformer controls from Renown Entertainment. In it, it’s your job to help Johnny Calm make it as far as he can while in his little boat, collecting coins, and avoiding, jumping on, or smacking enemies, all the while being chased by a huge shark. You’ll also battle [...]Read More →
Volt is currently the #3 paid app in the iTunes AppStore. Lucky for me, I got this app for free using a promo code, and here’s a review of the app to thank the developers. Volt is a great app, fun and easy to use, so I can see how it managed to get into [...]Read More →