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Textkraft Professional iPad App Review

April 7, 2015 |

Introduction

Hello once again fellow Tapscape readers, today I have an interesting review to share with you. Today we’re reviewing Textkraft Professional, a word processing application for your iPad and iPhone.

I think it’s funny how my hands still get … Read More

Want a Cheap Apple Watch? Get a Job at Apple

April 7, 2015 |

Did you get the memo about the cheap Apple Watch? Me neither, but that’s probably because neither you nor work at Apple. That said, if you want a cheap Apple Watch — think up to 50 percent off cheap … Read More

500 Coloring Pages iPad App Review

April 4, 2015 |

Introduction

What’s up Tapscape readers, today we have an app review for you that might be just a tad more interesting for your children. Today we’re reviewing 500 Coloring Pages by Playground, a small mobile app development studio based in … Read More

Light Run iPad App Review

April 3, 2015 |

Introduction

Hello Tapscape readers! I hope you are all doing great! Today we’ve got another game review for iPad and iPhone called Light Run. Light Run is developed by Gossip and I’ve had plenty of fun playing this game. So … Read More

Philadelphia’s Drexel U Adds iPad Vending Machine

April 2, 2015 | 1

So, if you’re a cash rich private university with a girthy $650 million endowment and a MacBook vending machine, what do you buy next? Quite naturally, an iPad vending machine leaps to mind.

Drexel University has underscored its status … Read More

New Features of the Latest iPhones

April 2, 2015 |

The iconic iPhone has revolutionized the world of mobile devices since its release in 2007, and the latest generation takes its evolution in two exciting new directions while providing the innovation and utility that the line has become famous … Read More

iPhone 6 Graphics Easily Best Samsung Galaxy S6

April 1, 2015 | 13

The Galaxy S6, which is expected to arrive on or before April 10, has gotten good reviews. However, while Samsung’s Exynos 7 chip bests Apple’s A8 SoC, on paper, its real world performance might not be so good.

Given … Read More

Apple vs Intel: ARM Macs an ‘Imperative’

March 31, 2015 | 6

Depending on who’s doing the counting, Apple is the fourth largest chipmaker. Moreover, last Fall’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have driven demand for Cupertino’s System on Chip (SoC) silicon solutions. Moreover, according to at least one voice, … Read More

Apple Envy: Android User’s Fave iOS Features

March 27, 2015 | 13

Forgive me, Google, for I have sinned. I have tasted Apple’s forbidden iOS fruit and liked it — more than a little in fact. Yes, fellow fandroids, there is an iOS feature or three you would like to see … Read More

Rebus iPad App Review

March 27, 2015 | 1

Introduction

Hey people, hope you are doing great! Today I woke up and had to do another review for Tapscape which is Rebus by Jutiful—an absurd logic game full of colorful brain-teasers. Perhaps a bit too early for a game … Read More

Flipp Android App Review

March 26, 2015 |

Flipp is an Android app that offers the convenience of finding your latest weekly circulars aggregated neatly on a simple interface that is directly accessible on your smartphone or tablet.

If you used to read the Sunday newspaper, you have … Read More

Taichi Panda iPad App Review

March 25, 2015 |

Introduction

What’s up Tapscape readers this is Aron Kramer and I’m back with another review for you today. Now as a passionate online gamer myself (I will exclude the titles I play to avoid endless discussions) I was quite happy … Read More

Fresh iOS 8.3, OS X 10.10.3 Betas for Devs, Apple Seeders

March 25, 2015 |

Apple has delivered new developer builds and betas for developers and public testers of iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.3. There are also fresh versions of the Xcode development environment and Photos for OS X app.

This is the … Read More

Orderly iPhone App Review

March 24, 2015 |

Introduction

Hey people, how are you today? Are you perhaps a bit flustered or unorganized? If so, we’re reviewing an app that might very well help you with these issues. Today we’re reviewing Orderly for the iPad and iPhone by … Read More

Zedsplode iPad App Review

March 23, 2015 |

Introduction

Hey people, this is Aron Kramer from Tapscape and we’re back with another review for you today. This time we’re taking a look at an awesome game by NHI Games called Zedsplode. This app is available on both iPads … Read More

Notestream iPhone App Review

March 22, 2015 |

Introduction

It’s a chaotic time we live in. Information seems to come at us from all sides and while some folks would like to stay updated on everything, others prefer a more quiet and centralized way of gaining information. Some … Read More

Blastball MAX iPhone App Review

March 22, 2015 |

Introduction

What’s up people, this is Aron Kramer from Tapscape and today we’re reviewing an awesome new puzzle game by Monkube called Blastball MAX. So without further ado, let’s dive into this extremely ambitious puzzling app right away.

A completely … Read More

Baidu Browser Android App Review

March 21, 2015 |

Baidu Browser is an Internet browser on Android devices that offers two major advantages – speed and reliability. It lets you click on any link and then output the content without the need for a PC or another app to do … Read More

DU Battery Saver Android App Review

March 19, 2015 |

The main problem of every smartphone user is having a device that will last an entire day on a single charge, or at best, that will last for a significant number of hours without the need to be near an electric … Read More

DU Speed Booster Android App Review

March 19, 2015 |

DU Speed Booster is an Android app developed by DU Apps Studio to aid in managing the overall performance of your device.

This app offers a plethora of tools that you can use to improve the performance of your Android smartphone … Read More

Not So Fast: 2015 Retina MacBook Underpowered, Say Some

March 16, 2015 | 7

Apple’s 2015 Retina MacBook is stuffed with innovations that no one particularly “needs.” Life repeats itself. When Steve Jobs showed the first MacBook Air to the world in 2008, it was underpowered, somewhat flimsy/felt cheap and lacked sufficient battery. … Read More

Lab Squab iPad App Review

March 16, 2015 |

Introduction

Today I’m reviewing Lab Squab by Nico Friedrich, a run and escape game much like Temple Run and Subway Surfers but in 2D. It also has its own set of features, like an elaborate multiplayer mode and other mechanics. … Read More

DIY Star Wars SpeederBike Just Because

March 14, 2015 |

The speederbike chase sequence on the Endor Moon (ie Star Wars: Return of the Jedi) is one of the greatest pieces of cinema ever created. While we can’t fly you Endor, we can deliver the next best thing — … Read More

iOS 8.3 Beta Goes ‘Public,’ Polishes Messages

March 13, 2015 | 3

Fresh OS X 10.10.3 and iOS 8.3 betas show Apple broadening its latest innovation rollouts. Apple introduced the world to Force Touch technology when it unveiled Apple Watch last September, but delivered it first on the Mac.

Mac developers now … Read More

Bungee Mummy: King’s Escape iPad App Review

March 11, 2015 | 4

Introduction

Tapscape got their hands on another great game today, which is Bungee Mummy: King’s Escape by Steampunk Wizards Ltd. This 3D game has a lot of interesting features but is it any good? Read on and find out yourself!

The … Read More

Wiper iPhone App Review

March 10, 2015 |

Introduction

Today I got the chance to review a new type of messenger for both iPhone and iPad by Wiper Inc. The app itself is called Wiper as well and it’s basically an all round messenger for your phone and … Read More

Apple Watch: Beyond the Rabbit Hole

March 10, 2015 |

Are you ready to spend $17,000 for an Apple Watch Edition with Rose Gold? Holy cow — one could buy a very nice new car for that money. Regardless, we’re no longer living in Steve Jobs’ world and, now … Read More

Passible iPad App Review

March 9, 2015 | 1

Introduction

Life can get really hectic when you manage so many things on the web. We have accounts for Facebook, e-mail providers, web shops, games and so much more. Some websites also require other passwords than others, making it sometimes … Read More

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will ship with these free premium apps

March 4, 2015 |

Future owners of Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge are in for a treat!

Samsung is known for shipping its new devices with a suite of apps and games for free, which they call as Samsung Galaxy Gifts. The … Read More

Perfect Piano iPad App Review

March 3, 2015 |

Introduction

Today I’m reviewing Perfect Piano by Revontulet Soft Inc which is, as the name suggests, a piano tool and training app for both iPads and smartphones. As a freelance composer myself I was quite pleased to check out this … Read More

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge curves on both edges

March 2, 2015 |

In addition to the announcement of the Galaxy S6, Samsung introduced another flagship device — the Galaxy S6 Edge. This smartphone has a resemblance with the Galaxy Note 4 Edge, which curves on one side of the display. However, unlike … Read More

Samsung officially announces the Galaxy S6 smartphone

March 2, 2015 | 1

Samsung has finally taken the wraps off the highly anticipated and widely rumored Galaxy S6 smartphone!

In the Samsung Unpacked 2015 event held in Barcelona, Spain, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is one of the two new devices the tech … Read More