TouchMyApps is giving away copies of Readdle’s Take A Note ($4.99) and ReaddleDocs ($9.99) applications. If you’re looking for a versatile and well made productivity and note transferring app, you certainly can’t go wrong with what Readdle has to offer. Both are loaded with features and are some of the best I have tested out in their respective app categories. 2 lucky readers will be given a set each of Take A Note and ReaddleDocs. To enter for a chance to win, have a read through our Readdle reviews and submit a comment, telling us what your impressions are of these two apps. Winners will be selected randomly and the contest will close Feb 19th, 2009 @ 11am EST.
There’s something all pervasive about the Medieval Times that influences RPG and strategy games. You can have a game set in the year 3054 and still find armor clad heroes and heroines with swords. Even mystical lands filled with dwarves, orcs, and elves find themselves subject to the restraints of this swords and sorcery treatment. Not deviating from this formula, Punch Entertainment’s Reign of Swords fits squarely with its brethren. Yet, for an App Store that is still seeking to fill out its genre coffers, this game is a welcome addition.
Zombie fans rejoice. Mika Mobile’s first App Store release will have you roasting, maiming, beheading and blowing up zombies in this uniquely animated (reminiscent of Alien Hominid) zombie game.
When your town is overrun by the walking dead, there’s only one thing left to do – go through their pockets and look for loose change! As the lone survivor of a zombie apocalypse, it’s up to you to battle legions of the undead in a never ending fight for survival! How long can you hold out? Scrounge for cash and ammunition, and buy up to 15 upgradeable weapons as your inevitable doom closes in around you…
Zombieville USA is a simple to play yet hard to master survival “horror”, where there’s more to player strategy than meets the eye. Unlike dozens of other arcade zombie titles, careful resource management does play a vital role in your quest to fend off hungry zombies.
As you all know from my previous review, I’m a real-time managing expert. Ok, I may not be an expert, and I may not even be close to a professional, but I do know fun and intense games when I see them. Cake Mania 3 is definitely on the fun and intense side, and probably more on the intense side.
There was once a time when WeDict was a half-decent free dictionary. It sufficed for the basic needs of many people who deemed literacy a high priority in their lives. Between that time and now, the freebie faded away and WeDict Pro, the full paid version, remained. While more robust in functions and features than its free predecessor, does WeDict Pro have enough to justify its (as many would consider) hefty price?
IUGO Mobile Entertainment, the masterminds behind the very popular Toy Bot Diaries series, has just launched a huge promotion that will see one lucky winner take home a cool $10,000 first prize. Those who already played through all three Toy Bot installments will be ahead of the game, but it’s certainly not too late for those who are new to the series. To be eligible, you will have to collect 25 datapads from each of the three Toy Bot Diaries games – for a total of 75 datapads. There will also be 10 second prize winners ($100 iTunes gift card), as well as one third prize winner who will receive all future IUGO App Store releases free of charge. Complete details after the jump.
Toronto may be Canada’s most bustling city and her economic heart, but when taken in a global context, it is trite. New York is bigger and louder, London is more expensive and Montreal clings to chic traditions. Until the release of 7Cities by Neptune Studios, Toronto had little to report itself by on a global scale. This morning, a cricked neck woke me early and I was greeted with a youtube video: Escape from City 17 by Purchase Brothers. I have never played HalfLife but many times have watched over Louis’s shoulder as he hammered crab-headed aliens with a crowbar and gained another freakish personality – I was in deep.
Heavy Mach is one of the hottest games to have been released in the past couple of days at the App Store and TouchMyApps has 3 promo codes to giveaway! In case you missed our impressions post of this sweet side scrolling tank title, check it out here. To enter for a chance at 1 of 3 codes, simply submit a comment and let us know what your thoughts/impressions are of Heavy Mach. Winners will be selected randomly and the contest will close Feb 16th, 2009 @ 11am EST.
Readdle, developers behind the robust and versatile Take A Note app, has recently released an impressive document and file management app in ReaddleDocs. While there are plenty of file transfering apps out there that compete to do a similar task (our comparison article of several can be read here), ReaddleDocs comes with a long list of features that should satify both casual and business users.
What never stops in this constantly spinning world of ours? You would be right if you guessed the Earth – as it always spins, rotates and is doing a crazy somersault around the Milky Way. Other than the Earth however is another constantly moving and evolving ecosystem: electronics. Only 200 years ago, the first computer ‘programmes’ were being written by a famous poet‘s only non-bastard child, Ada Lovelace. Back then, computers did not even run on electricity and eagre programmers had to actually study or be rich and educated. Times have changed.
99$ iPhone – Just Nickels and Dimes this time
Soon possibly, you will be able to pocket the iPhone for a mere 99 bones. What will be different? An article by MSNBC claims that a 99$ iPhone will be hitting shelves or presentation booths around June. That is only 4 months away and while we must be excited, let’s discuss the issues surrounding the launch of a ‘cheap’ iPhone.
In case you are wondering, the rumoured 99 Dollar iPhone turns out to be none other than the Previous-Generation iPhone 3G 8GB. Check out the WWDC announcement.