Highborn in Review – The ultimate fight with an Arch-lich named Floyd

Hello there, folks! I’m finally back from my long deserved vacation in the wonderful Italian town of Rimini. I know, you missed me :) Anyhow, I won’t bore you with descriptions of the wonderful time I had. Instead, allow me to tell you about a game that has kept me entertained during the long flights there and back as well as in some lengthy train trips. I’m talking, of course, about a recently released TBS by the name of Highborn.

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To-Do List Pro in Review – A To Do Thats Not Doo Doo!

With the New Year well underway, lots of people are working hard to stick to those resolutions that we make every year that aim to better ourselves and/or our personal situations. For me personally it is all about organisation and with my hands all over Concrete Software’s organizational app To-Do List Pro, my New Year’s resolution might just stick.

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Spartacus: Blood and Sand In Review – No pain, no gain!

Games based on TV shows or Movies have earned quite an ill reputation on PC and consoles. A lot of cash gets put into the overall franchise marketing and the games themselves often turn out to be C class products. On the iPhone, however, quite a number of Movie and TV-show based titles have already been released and some have even received well-deserved praise. And I’m happy to report that Spartacus: Blood and Sand is one of the better ones.

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Get your fill of Samuel L. Jackson on the iPhone with iSamJackson

Are you obsessed with all things Samuel L. Jackson? Is “Enough is enough! I have had it with these mother***ing snakes on this mother***ing plane!” your favorite movie quote of all time? If you simply can’t get enough of the man who’s been in roughly half the hollywood movies ever made, iSamJackson should be right up your alley.

iSamJackson, when you absolutely, positively have to have the coolest app in the room, accept no substitutes.

iSamJackson for the iPhone and iPod touch features 100% original and authentic recordings from the one and only Samuel L. Jackson. iSamJackson provides endless entertainment with a unique collection of quotes that hit the mark with the attitude and wit of Samuel L. Jackson…in the palm of your hand.

Aside from the Customizable Soundboard (sorry, currently no S.J movie quotes), Personality Scanner and Ask Sam features, the coolest thing about the app is that you can purchase both the “Clean” and “Explicit” versions. And thank goodness that! Can you imagine a Samuel Jackson app without the cursing and profanity? While there are no free lite versions at this time, the website www.isamjackson.com does give you an interactive demo with some of the quotes and features.

iSamJackson (Explicit) Heatwave Interactive, Inc., iSamJackson (Explicit) – $2.99
iSamJackson (Clean) Heatwave Interactive, Inc., iSamJackson (Clean) – $2.99

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Crosswords In Review: Here’s a clue – Completely Satisfying in 2 words, 6 letters total

Here’s an interesting piece of trivia about crossword puzzles – Liverpool journalist Arthur Wynne is said to have invented it, originally called “Word-Cross” when it first appeared in the Sunday edition of New York World on December 21, 1913. Nearly a century old, crossword puzzles are so quietly integrated into our daily lives that we may take them for granted. Anywhere in the world, someone is tapping his pen, thinking of answers to brain teasers that draw upon a limitless resource of words, facts, personalities, events and history.

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Unleash PowerPoint on your iPhone with Documents to Go Premium update

When it comes to viewing and editing Microsoft Office products on your iPhone/iPod Touch (primarily Word and Excel), there are essentially two apps that lead the way: QuickOffice and Documents to Go. Each have their own strengths and a user base that prefer one over the other. If you’re a heavy PowerPoint user however, choosing DataViz’s Office suite just got easier. With the latest 3.0 update of Documents to Go Premium, users can now even create/edit PowerPoint slides right on their trusty iDevices. For road warriors who do their share of presentations, this new ability could prove invaluable indeed. Another great new feature found in this update is the added support for Gmail attachments. That’s right, you can now edit/view files directly from your Gmail account. For those who don’t require PowerPoint, check out DocsToGo, which has less features but a more affordable price tag ($9.99). Complete app details after the break.

Documents To Go� Premium DataViz, Inc., Documents To Go® Premium – $14.99

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The best Black Friday deals with TGI Black Friday App


Update: Our massive  Black Friday Apps Bargain round up can be found Here

Pack your bags, sell your children (if you have any), Black Friday is nearly upon us!

November 27’s festivities will culminate in the trampling death of at least one unwary American shopper at the hands of bloodthirsty doorbuster shoppers. As the season of good cheer approaches, the season of robbing/theft/murder will parade the streets along with the mob of angry, drooling 4 AM cut-throat bargain shoppers.

To get ahead in the game, Ecatcher, Inc. has released a helpful app known as TGI Black Friday which will help you find the best deals from the biggest boxes such as Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Sears, and tons more. The UI is simple, elegant, and makes the job of finding those deals possible.

So, if you’re like me, start planning now, and write your will just to be safe.

Good luck and may the force be with you.

Ecatcher, Inc., TGI Friday, FREE, 0.9 MB
TGI Black Friday

Fantasy Warrior: Good & Evil in Review – Is it good or evil?


Zenonia is widely accepted as one of the most successful RPGs on the AppStore and, as any successful game, it is bound to have followers. Well, Digital Chocolate, one of the better developers on the market, has recently released their view on the concept – Fantasy Warrior: A Tale of Good And Evil.

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Textfree Unlimited – Send Text Messages (SMS) Free! in Review – The Beejive of SMS


A few weeks ago I decided to upgrade from a Sony Ericsson phone to an iPhone 3GS. While the extra $30 a month data plan won’t keep me out of college, the additional $20 unlimited texting plan just might. Thankfully, Textfree Unlimited is here to solve that problem, and for just a one time fee of $6, it’s a heck of a lot better than paying an extra $240 a year simply to text my friends.

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