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Mail1Click Email Service Review: Secure Your Messages

July 25, 2014 |

Mail1Click is a secure, encrypted email service. Developed by United Arab Emirates-based Kryptotel, this service will definitely appeal to the privacy-obsessed.

Back in the day, a service like Gmail seemed like a great deal. It was free, and offered a … Read More

Blend: The Game iOS and Android Game Review – Unique yet Flawed

July 25, 2014 |

Blend: The Game is a unique puzzle game developed by Matthew Broerman that is unfortunately brought down by its reliance on in-app purchases.

Puzzle games on mobile platforms almost always seem to be a variation on the concept of clearing … Read More

OS X Yosemite, New Macs to Ship in October

July 25, 2014 |

Regular Tapscape readers already know to expect the iPhone 6 and iOS 8 ’round about the middle of September. We are now ready to pencil another third of Apple’s Fall product rollout plans, including specifics about new a potential … Read More

iVox iPhone App Review: Make Free VoIP Calls

July 24, 2014 |

iVox International Call is an iPhone app developed by Comfi (formerly Comfi Call International). This app claims to save you 98 percent on all international calls.

This app couldn’t be more simple to use. The app doesn’t require sign-up, and will … Read More

InShort iOS App Review

July 24, 2014 | 1

Gone are the days when your mobile phone was only for making calls, sending text messages and playing Snake. These days, with the current technology, your mobile device is a highly sophisticated piece of equipment capable of all manner … Read More

OS X Yosemite Beta Begins… Now!

July 24, 2014 |

On Monday, Tapscape made the call — the OS X Yosemite Beta would arrive later this month. And, now, we are quite happy to report that later is indeed right now. Apple’s successful developer seed of OS X Yosemite … Read More

Animals: educational kids game Android Game Review – Lots to See and Do

July 23, 2014 |

Developed by Knbmedia, Animals: educational kids game is an excellent edutainment game with a huge amount of content and a very kid friendly presentation.

Animals is a game where kids are given the chance to learn more about various … Read More

ProShow Web Slideshow Creator iOS App Review – Always Online

July 23, 2014 |


ProShow Web Slideshow Creator, developed by Photodex Corporation, is a stylish and feature packed slideshow creating application, which is unfortunately hampered by requiring an internet connection.

Slideshows have always been a popular way of sharing photos with others, … Read More

ABODO iOS App Review

July 23, 2014 |

Birthed in Madison, Wisconsin, apartment rental listing site ABODO has been taking the stress out of the accommodation hunt since 2012. The web-based portal quickly grew and spread across the US, giving users access to detailed, … Read More

Apple’s 80 Million iPhone 6 Bet

July 23, 2014 | 1

The biggest iPhone launch since the launch of the iPhone? Pundits and analysts are smitten with the idea of an Apple branded phablet, so the idea that Apple will deliver two this Fall has pushed them to the edge. … Read More

Tim Cook: Best Ever Apple Q3 on Soaring iPhone, Mac Sales

July 22, 2014 |

Apple’s third quarter 2014 results beat those post for the third quarter of 2013, which in turn beat all previous tallies for that accounting period. Yep, Tim Cook and his Cupertino, California-based crew are killing it. Nevertheless, although no … Read More

Solo Launcher Android App Review – Simple and Customizable

July 22, 2014 | 1

Solo Launcher is an attractive and highly customizable Android launcher developed by the Solo Launcher Team.

Android launchers are a popular style of application among Android users. Since Android phones, unlike iOS devices, are made by a variety of manufacturers, … Read More iOS App Review

July 22, 2014 |

Sometimes we like our apps to be big, flamboyant affairs – high production values, incredible levels of interaction and detailed design infrastructure, all wrapped up in a sleek user interface. But sometimes a “less is more” approach is better … Read More

Tally Board iOS Game Review – A Clever and Challenging Puzzler

July 21, 2014 | 1

Tally Board, created by Runar Trollet Kristoffersen, is a clever math-based puzzler that consistently provides an interesting challenge.

It’s rare to see new ideas in the world of puzzle games, since most puzzlers base their core design on tenants pioneered by … Read More

Visitor Book iPad App Review – Slick, Streamlined, and Stylish

July 21, 2014 | 3

Visitor Book is a slick visitor registration app created by SwipedOn Ltd that does exactly what you’d want it to do, and looks great doing it.

Visitor Book is essentially an electronic sign-in sheet, just like the kind you’d find … Read More

iOS 8 Beta 4 Ships with Tips App, Bug Fixes, More

July 21, 2014 | 2

What is that enticing scent coming out of Cupertino, amore? Close, that is the scent of a iOS 8 Beta 4 fresh from the ovens and it’s now available to Apple’s paid developer program participants. For the rest of … Read More

Public OS X Yosemite Beta ‘Coming Soon’

July 21, 2014 |

When Apple announced at their annual developer confab — Worldwide Developer Conference 2014 — that OS X Yosemite would be made available to the public via an open if seat limited beta program, folks applauded loudly. Apple doing the … Read More

Puzzle Tale iOS Game Review

July 21, 2014 |

Puzzle Tale, published by Renatus Media LLC is a game that combines basic city building and resource gathering gameplay with match 3 puzzle playing. Puzzle Tale offers an enticing style of gameplay which might just get you hooked in the pursuit … Read More

Tank Titans HD iPad Game Review: This Game Tanked

July 20, 2014 |

Tank Titans HD is an universal iPad app designed by Reece Campbell / Campbell Tech Ltd. You can blow up tons of stuff in this game…if the pop-ups don’t drive you mad first.

Having played this freebie on both an … Read More

Airplane sky force trials – iOS Game Review

July 20, 2014 |

Airplane sky force trials is an astoundingly bad puzzle game developed by Cause We Can Productions.

First and foremost, Airplane sky force trials is a ripoff of the wildly popular puzzle game 2048. The gameplay is identical to the popular … Read More

Mobizen-Your Android, Anywhere Android App Review

July 20, 2014 |

Mobizen-Your Android, Anywhere, developed by RSUPPORT Co., Ltd, is an app that allows you to use your Android device from anywhere with a browser, whether that be on 3G/LTE, WiFi, or via USB.

Mobizen is a great way to pull all … Read More

BunnyEscape 2 iOS Game Review

July 17, 2014 |

BunnyEscape 2 is a charming little action puzzle game developed by T-Rab Studio that has surprisingly interesting gameplay hidden behind its cute exterior.

In BunnyEscape 2 you are tasked with helping a team of little rabbits escape from a … Read More

Fox Tales: Rocket Run iOS Game Review

July 17, 2014 |

Fox Tales: Rocket Run, developed by Won O Soft, is a competent endless runner that unfortunately fails to stand out.

The app store is filled with endless runners, games where the player character constantly moves to the right and the … Read More

Noblo iOS Game Review

July 17, 2014 |

Noblo is an underwhelming take on peg solitaire developed by Jean Charles ANGER.

Peg solitaire is a game consisting of a board of balls, or pegs, that the player must clear. Pegs are cleared by hopping one peg over … Read More

iTunes Pass Comes to the US, Australia

July 17, 2014 | 1

Good on ya, Apple! On Tuesday, July 15, few on this side of the Pacific Pond noticed that Apple rolled out the iTunes Pass program in Japan. Two days later, the company has brought the service to customers in … Read More

Amazon Seller Outs iPhone 6 Specs, Pics

July 16, 2014 |

By Amazon, we mean Amazon Japan and not the company per se, but rather an Amazon marketplace seller. In other words, “some guy” in Japan took it upon himself to publish a list of iPhone 6 specs, picture and … Read More

Apple Outsources iOS Enterprise to IBM

July 16, 2014 |

Apple and IBM have jointly announced a whole lotta blah, blah, blah plus a bucketful of blah, blah, blah. However, this is exciting stuff for iOS enterprise users, the iPhone and iPad users that blazed the BYOD corporate trail … Read More

Apple iPhone Again Tops in Smartphone Loyalty

July 15, 2014 | 1

In the smartphone business, Apple and Samsung are pretty much the only makers that consistently make money and, for that matter, win awards. That said, you have got to wonder why Moto, HTC, Nokia, ZTE et al bother at … Read More

Mixgram iOS App Review

July 15, 2014 | 1

Developed by LYAM BROTHERS, Mixgram is a great photo manipulation application with a diverse feature set and a solid interface.

At its core, Mixgram is a photo editing tool with a wide range of features, especially given that it’s free. … Read More

Slot of Magic iOS Game Review

July 15, 2014 |

Slot of Magic is a fun slots game for iOS published by Renatus Media LLC. Slot of Magic is as addicting as it is visually stunning. By playing you gain experience points which help you to level up. New slot machines are … Read More

Hero TD – Ancient Continent – iOS Game Review

July 15, 2014 |

Hero TD – Ancient Continent is a game developed by by YuchGame Studio. Ancient Continent is a new 3D Tower Defence game with an incredibly immersive storyline mode. It covers the traditional style of Tower Defence extremely well and adds elements of … Read More

XBEATS Music Puzzle – iPhone Game Review

July 14, 2014 |

Developed by NOTES17 LLC, XBEATS is a musical puzzle game for iOS.

Using a minimum of moves, the goal is to move tiles to fill up the grid until each row has 2 beats.

Tiles are moved by tap-and-drag from … Read More