Yes, there is a sexy app for fans of gothic gavure. Sexy Goth Girls features nothing less than black, silver, and lots and lots of self loathing. Smiles come at a minimum of course, but for the inner vampyre, hell – this app just might satiate a different sort of thirst. There are 50 pages of “the most beautiful goth girls” right on your iDevice. This collaborative effort from Tea Monster and Mutagenic Studios is oh just so devilish a delight!
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It is really hard to keep my eyes safe and sound and this subject, but alas something caught my eye: the word ‘naked’ in an app description. While 24 year-old Rio doesn’t shed more clothes than she is already barely wearing, she does make her bikini look very small. Developer For-Side.com are famous for multitude gravure apps and just keep adding to the small daily discoveries.
Just like the multitude of ‘sexy’ apps which capitalise on the first three letters in order to sell, ‘naked’ may make the charts. Can’t say I am adverse to Ms. Rio though…
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It’s now safe to say that Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars has made its debut on all three major portable gaming platforms: DS, PSP, and now the iDevice. Though it’s unexpected, we iDevice gamers are a happy, lucky lot. Hopefully, Rockstar won’t pull an Assassin’s Creed II: Discovery scenario and yank the game from the App Store after too few short hours.
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iFun4All want to show our insular iDevice world the Playboy of a new iGeneration. Sexy Maid Service is the first among a series of “subtle and classy” interactive erotica. According to iFun4All’s sexy producer Piotr Bielatowicz, this new game series will accomplish the sexy without falling into the porn category. But before we get too far, I have a slight bone to pick with the lads at iFun4All: flip TMA’s banner around just a bit, and… Well, aside from the incumbent lawsuit between us, Sexy Maid Service looks like a fun way to safely enjoy housework and Megan.
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TYPOGRAFFIT is really cool. The website allows you to play around with a few gadgets which transform words and tags into cool graffiti which can be shared over the internet to various social clients. But the app is also available at the App Store for 1.99$. In a nutshell, the app’s magic is simple: TYPGRAFFIT turns your imaginative texting into imaginative pictures. It is a fun way to text, email, and twit; in short, it livens up online communications. But true artists with true artistic eyes may even find better ways to use it. I think it is time for a sarcastic grin! Rolleyes, have fun. Whatever you do with TYPOGRAFFIT, make sure you do it maturely as remember, this app turns text (any text) into a picture. If there happens to be a neat graphic on internet which can be placed instead of a word, it will clip in. If you have discovered cute phrases, why not share them in the comment section of this post? Just, remember to keep it clean okay?
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Rather than rushing to support everything in an on-device application, Reader does it online, AND offline. You can use the service by pointing your device to: http://reader.dbelement.com. Developer dBelement are sure you will like it and so offer two free books. There is also an online book manager to help you juggle your books, but to get your chubs on it, you will need to subscribe.
White Park Bay’s collaborative efforts with Oxford have already brought a slew of Oxford reference titles to the iDevice platform which were reviewed at TMA. This week, they are bolstering their current offerings with 10 more titles, 7 of which were launched this week. In addition, White Park Bay have also upgraded their older app suite with email and note-taking features from the new apps. White Park Bay’s newest releases are below:
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(Pun alert!) It’s been a long time coming, but Playboy and Apple have laid down the latex armour and rubber weapons in the release of an official 17+ Playboy app. For fans of the magazine, there is a lot of digital content to love, but iDevice Playboy isn’t quite as much of a so-called “hands-on” experience as its print version. Apple don’t allow nudity – though there are official ways to get it – so Hef’s software is rather an advert for the risque publication. And, in the spirit of subscript, Playboy comes at 1.99$, featuring November and December; but subsequent months require a payment of 1.99$ per. The price may be worth it however, as users get a grab at advice from their favourite celebs and bunnies covering anything from cars to stereos and sex advice. Imagine that, sex advice from a bunny…
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Chillingo are gunning for Zenonia this Christmas with Seed, a new anime/action RPG , which designated by the numeral “1″ may be followed up by sequels and sequels of sequels. And keeping with the holiday spirit, Chillingo have reduced the introductory price to only 2.99$ so that you can save your pennies for more holiday apps, or a pair of nice noise-cancelling headphones for your luvy. Of course, Chillingo have already published what in my opinion is the most complete RPG experience on the iDevice, The Quest. Seed may find a new hallowed spot among the App Store’s Best anime RPGs. We’ll be sure to tell you.
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Strung up with hectic holiday app shopping? Not to worry. Connect2Media’s Arachnadoodle may net you in this Christmas with lots of fun. This arcade collector, this cootey catcher, this spiderman game of aim and balance, is now available for the grabby price of 99 cents.
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