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CopyTrans Shelbee Windows App Review

November 20, 2014 |

As it turns out, not everyone is as keen on running Apple software on their Windows PCs as you might imagine. iTunes in particular isn’t universally loved by the Windows fraternity, for various reasons – often it’s purely because these … Read More

Apple face lawsuit for ongoing iMessage failures

November 15, 2014 |

If you’ve ever tried switching away from an iPhone or know someone who has (yep, that pretty much covers everyone) you’d be well aware of the problems you face receiving iMessage texts from your iPhone wielding friends. It’s … Read More

Android 5.0 Lollipop vs iOS 8: More and More Alike

November 14, 2014 |

What is the difference between a gallon of milk bottled in California and another gallon sold Maine? Probably not a lot and none that you or I likely could taste. So, what’s the difference between a smartphone running iOS … Read More

Orderly – Tasks & To Do Lists iOS App Review

November 9, 2014 |

You’ve got no shortage of options if you’re looking for an iOS-based to-do list app. But finding one that is actually worth using is a different story – most of what clutters the App Store is either cumbersome and … Read More

Walking War Robots iOS Game Review

October 24, 2014 | 3

Mobile multiplayer action gaming can be a thing of misery. Overhyped, underwhelming games built on shaky netcode and nonsensical matchmaking, most of the time we’re left disappointed and annoyed. Walking War Robots does well to buck that trend, and … Read More

Life Organizer iOS App Review

October 20, 2014 |

Who still carries an actual diary around with them these days? Sure, some people enjoy the tactile act of striking a line through items on a scribbled To-Do list, or scrawling important appointments on a big desktop planner, but … Read More

Spikko iOS App Review

October 15, 2014 |

Here’s a treat for international operators, worldwide business types, or even dodgy folks who want to stay under the radar. Spikko effectively turns your phone into a global call switchboard, allowing you to create fictitious international landline numbers to both … Read More

‘Steve Jobs Took Our Jobs,’ Says Politician

October 13, 2014 | 3

For decades, Finland’s economy was built on two pillars — Nokia and paper manufacturing. Given that Apple has played a leading role in killing both industries — iPhone displaced Nokia and iPad helped to greatly reduce paper demand — … Read More

GlobeIn iOS App Review

October 8, 2014 |

The online market can be a rather heartless, soulless place to do your shopping. GlobeIn looks to remedy that by adding artisanal authenticity to the e-commerce realm, connecting consumers with craftspeople across the world. This mobile extension of the … Read More

Thief Lupin 2 iOS Game Review

October 6, 2014 | 1

We’ve all spent far too much time with vampiric free-2-play games which are obsessed with harassing us for in-game purchases. Especially parasitic examples – games like Candy Crush or EA’s Dungeon Keeper – have given the freemium business model … Read More

PromptSmart iOS App Review

October 1, 2014 |

An auto cue or teleprompter is not something many of us would use in our everyday lives, but for some it is an essential tool. Whether you’re an actor struggling with your lines or an orator addressing the masses, … Read More

Camera Plus iOS App Review

September 28, 2014 |

These days it’s not just happy snappers who are satisfied with their smartphone cameras to take care of their general photography needs. The cameras on the latest devices are now powerful enough that even industry professionals will reach for … Read More

Lottery Live iOS App Review

September 15, 2014 |

The huge variety of apps available on the App Store makes It all too easy to fill your iPhone with throw-away oddities that you don’t need and will use once and forget. But your iPhone is at its most … Read More

Jumpy Jester iOS Game Review

September 6, 2014 |

Older gamers who grew up on a strict diet of pixelated 8-bit excitement will have fond memories of Cirus Charlie. It was a wonderfully simple game with a charming atmosphere, asking you to jump your little clown through or over … Read More

Whese iOS App Review

August 24, 2014 |

When Twitter first showed up, many couldn’t see the point. Like Facebook but pruned down to within an inch of its life, with no more than 140 characters to express yourself. It sounded rather useless. Now we can’t live … Read More