Guess who’s back?
Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen has come back with a brand new app!
I can just hear your enthusiasm from here.
.GEARS Studio have just released a brand new game for Android (and presumably iOS too).
The game is called Swing Copters and if Flappy Bird wasn’t annoying enough, this’ll be sure to get on your nerves. Continue reading
Yes, I’ve reviewed BBM for Android/iOS right here : BBM Android – App Review
Yes, I’ve given my thoughts on BBM Android – Which by the way has 1,111 views
I figured I should do something a little more updated. I’ll give it a second chance…
I haven’t uninstalled BBM on my phone as it provides me with reaching a tiny percentage of my blog’s target audience, so it has come into good use.
However, the reason why I have decided to re-review it briefly is because BBM are testing and are currently planning of releasing BBM Voice calls to their users pretty soon. Continue reading
SnapChat has taken the smartphone biz by storm with its immense popularity with the younger consumer. I don’t use it that much personally but as an app and also as an innovation, it certainly filled the narrow gap in the market.
It has moved on from the days of just sending a “snap” to a friend for a limited amount of time before being auto-erased. Such a clever creation. Now you can also take videos, add effects, doodle on top of them and also make “stories” that are compiled with pictures and/or videos.
But you didn’t come here to read that. You may already be familiar with this app due to its vast media coverage last year… Continue reading
Reckless Racing 2 is quite frankly THE single best top-down racing game I’ve played on Android. Polarbit never fails to impress
The game is fluid, fast, online and has excellent graphics.
There are many different characters and vehicles to unlock, each with their own individual traits..
As a former Reckless Racing (1) player, I knew this was going to be an even better experience… Once I started playing this game, it was quite difficult to stop… Continue reading
Guest post written by Subane Abdi:
As the already-popular mobile and Facebook game Candy Crush is still captivating an ever-growing audience, the company King’s latest game is set to be just as enthralling.
Papa Pear Saga involves the use of Papa Pear to bounce on as many objects as possible to rack up the points before ending in each bucket on the bottom.
It already sounds exciting does it not?
As you control 10 Papa Pears, the objective is simple. Get them all to get you a high score! It’s as simple as that! Continue reading
So this week saw the rise (and fall?) of BBM Android and for iOS. I was waiting for this for quite a long time to be honest. Just the fact that it was becoming a multi-platform app was amazing in its own right. When it went live, I immediately downloaded it without second thought!
But to my surprise (barely), I was put on a waiting list in order to have the app running with my own unique BBM pin. Which is fair enough i guess, considering the influx of users registering the first time round.
It sorta made sense…
I didn’t wait for nature (or virtual nature, rather) to take its course and went and looked for workarounds to get it working quicker.
So after twiddling about with the app itself for a while, I skipped the queue and jumped right to the front…. you know, as you would….
All of these apps are free to download!
In no particular order:
1) Catch – One of the more superior note-taking apps I’ve used, brilliant UI, flows really well, modern colour scheme. Definitely try this out. Very simple to use with great features. Looks very nice!