Chess Dice: New iPad App Game

For all you lovers of chess we’ve discovered a really cool new iPad game called Chess Dice. The game Chess Dice is brought to you by Alexey Molchanov of Dream Craft Corp.This is like playing chess on steriods and is great fun for anyone who loves logic games like chess. First thing you’ll notice when you download this iPad app is that the user interface is very clean and easy to navig » Read More

Save Valuable Time With These Expenses And Time Tracking Apps For iPad

Tracking time and expense can be a difficult and time-consuming task that is often left to the last minute by remote workers and freelancers. However, thanks to the power of expenses and time tracking apps for iPad you can now log time worked more easily over the course of a whole project or period of time through manual entries and automatic timers on your tablet. By recording this data invoices » Read More

New iPad App Talking Awesomemouse

Today we’re taking a look at the new iPad app called Talking Awesomemouse . This new iPad app game was just released by the developer, Common Games. This game app is a lot of fun for the young in your family and will keep them entertained and giggling at the interaction they’ll be able to have with the rodent character.The first thing you’ll notice when you open this app is the clean » Read More

Rumor of the Day: Apple Turns to Samsung’s U.S. Plant to Make A9 Chip

Even though the next generation of processor chip is nearly a year from being needed, the design process probably began years ago. Each new generation of chip gets faster, smaller, and more efficient. The as-yet-unfinished A9 chip is next in line for Apple’s mobile devices. According to a new rumor, Samsung is charged with making it, and the company’s Austin, TX plant will be the manufacturing lo » Read More

Writer Pro is an Exercise in Disappointment

Writer Pro is a bit bipolar. On the Mac, the app takes writing to a different level; elevating Markdown and a clean workflow into a smooth running system that is a pleasure to use. But on iOS, it’s a mess with very little reason to appear on your homescreen. And both apps cost $19.95. And so, I’m conflicted. I like using Writer Pro, but I don’t enjoy using it on both platforms. In addition, new a » Read More

Toca Boca Nature Is Great For Kids

For a while now Toca Boca has been releasing apps for kids that just make learning and playing fun. It’s because they realize how kids play. Don’t put any limits on the creativity. And don’t try to up-sell parents with in-app purchases, pop-up ads, or banner ads. They’ve hit homerun after homerun.With Toca Boca Nature, they’ve even outdone themselves.Like many Toca B » Read More

I-10 Road Conditions and Traffic… – New App

TravelStatus: Rating: Posted: 9 months ago*** This is a free version with limited features ****  Click on Upgrade button to purchase the full version.  For support, send an email to TravelTrafficNOAA@gmail.com for the 7×24 support. This app focus on I-10 The major interstate across the following cities/states: Alabama Arizona California Dallas Houston Louisiana Miami (On » Read More

New iPad App ExhibitView™ 5

We stumbled across and new legal app for trial lawyers that was recently released. This iPad app was created by the developer ExhibitView Solutions and was released in September. For trial attorneys who need dynamic tools for presenting slides and documents in court, this new app may be a good solution.  The app is called ExhibitView™ 5 and has been custom designed for the iPad interface. It is a » Read More

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Gains iOS 7 Controller Support, Half Off for Limited Time

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR) is one of those games that Star Wars fans have thoroughly embraced as part of the universe. When it was ported to iOS, the game retained its original content and was just like playing on a desktop computer, except for the oddity of touch-based movements. This week, Aspyr Media gave the app a major update to now supports MFi controllers. So, that stra » Read More

Top of 2013: My Favorite Apps from the Past Year

2013 was a massive year for the iPad, both in terms of new hardware and in terms of software. iOS 7 basically wiped the app slate clean, creating a void that thousands of developers all tried to fill. New hardware opened up new options for most developers to exploit with the latest apps. Without further ado, here are my twenty-five favorite apps for the past year. Like this article? Stay up to da » Read More