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'Shobon Flip' Review - There Has To Be A Twist

What is a Shobon? This was the biggest, most pressing question nagging at me while playing Shobon Flip [$0.99] by Masami Kodaira. A brief, incredibly confusing google search informed me that it has something to do with a cat character (who may be suffering from depression) that has appeared in various Mario-like platformers on the

How to send your location with Apple Watch

Help your friends find you by sending your location to them via Messages! Meeting your friends somewhere and can't dictate the address perfectly? You can use your Apple Watch's "Send Location" feature to give them easy directions to your whereabouts. Show More Summary

We Try To Figure Out What You Do In 'Soccer Spirits 2' Solely By Watching The Just-Released Trailer

Sometimes you watch a game trailer, and you say to yourself, "yes, this trailer perfectly captured the essence of the game." And then you watch a trailer like the one for Soccer Spirits: Season 2, and one minute and some seconds later you are still staring at the screen absolutely dumbfounded, still trying to comprehend

MooVee wants to be the go-to companion app for movie buffs

MooVee is a new app for iPhone that helps you manage a list of movies you're interested in. CrazyApps, the developer behind popular TV companion app TeeVee (one of our favorite TV companion apps), has released a new app called MooVee that works as a sort of guide to the movies you are interested in. Show More Summary

Getting acquainted with the new Google Photos on Android and the web

Google Photos is finally here, and that means we have a new photography tool to play around with on our phones and computers. After being tied completely to Google+ (woefully) for some time, Photos has finally been broken out into its own apps for Android, iOS and the web. Show More Summary

Chaos Rings III Video Review: Hardcore (and Broken) JRPG Action

According to AppSpy’s review of the game, Chaos Rings III is a fun, sprawling JRPG of epic proportions — but unfortunately, it also seems to suffer from a bug that makes it crash at a specific boss, at least on certain devices. More about CHAOS RINGS ? » The post Chaos Rings III Video Review: Hardcore (and Broken) JRPG Action is from Slide To Play via AppSpy.

ezColor by ZeeCrux is now free!

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Google is working with Qualcomm on a Project Tango reference smartphone

Google and Qualcomm are teaming up to make a Project Tango smartphone, but it won't be released to the public. Google is still working to bring Project Tango, and its 3D-sensing camera technology, into the light. Today, at a panel during...Show More Summary

Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge for AT&T

11 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is one of the more interesting smartphones to reach the market this year. It offers excellent build quality, an impressive feature set, and unique curved glass. Here is Phone Scoop's look at the AT&T version of this Android device.

The Apple Watch is a hot cup of convenience

As I pull the car into the Starbucks drive-thru, my husband says, "Oh, sorry, I thought you said you wanted coffee." "Close enough," I tell him, and order a grande coffee with cream. He orders a breakfast sandwich. It's a Saturday morning and our family is headed to the beach for the day, about an hour and a half east of Portland. Show More Summary

Alternative calendar app Fantastical gets teased for the Apple Watch

Alternative calendar app Fantastical will soon make its way to the Apple Watch. Developer Flexibits has offered a teaser for Fantastical, its calendar app for iPhone. The developer doesn't mention a release date, simply saying that the watch app is "coming soon". Show More Summary

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Review – War is Cool

The Geometry Wars go ever on, and according to Touch Arcade’s review of the latest title in the series, that’s not a bad thing in the least. $4.99 is an utter steal for a game I happily paid $14.99 for. If you love dual-stick shooters, Geometry Wars, heck, games period: Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions is a must-buy. Show More Summary

Organizy – Shopping List (Grocery List) by Aleksey Akimov is now free!

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Project Abacus is an ATAP project aimed at killing the password

Google ATAP wants to implement a real time security system that constantly makes sure the person using your phone is you. The folks at ATAP, who are usually busy with things like Project Ara or making our clothes smarter, want to kill the password. Show More Summary

Tiggly Words Teaches Kids To Read Using Real-World Toys That Work With An iPad

Tiggly, a company that makes a line of “iPad toys” that combine real-world objects with virtual play in mobile applications, has now rolled out its latest product: a new game and real-world toy combination it’s calling “Tiggly Words.” The idea is that young children can place the provided letters on the screen as part of gameplay in order to build words, unlock… Read More

Zynga is No Longer Making Tiger Woods Golf for Mobile

Zynga has the rights to make a Tiger Woods golf game, but the troubled studio is slimming down its productivity, which means some of its projects — Tiger Woods included — won’t see the light of day as originally planned. It’s surprising...Show More Summary

Block Fortress Updates With New PvP Mode and More

Block Fortress, the game about building what’s yours and then defending what’s yours, has received a massive update. Version 1.5 includes a new PvP mode, new equipment, and all kinds of fun tweaks and fixes. What’s New in Version 1.5 Thank you everyone for continuing to play Block Fortress! In this update: • added a new player vs. Show More Summary

'Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode 2' Works Again On iOS 8.3 For Some Reason

Friends, it's been a cavalcade of bummers for iOS SEGA fans lately. After tapping Christian Whitehead to do an amazing job of remastering Sonic CD [$2.99], Sonic The Hedgehog [$2.99], and Sonic The Hedgehog 2 [$2.99], the company for whatever reason decided they weren't interested in doing the same for Sonic 3 & Knuckles. The

'Queen: Play the Game' Review - If you Like "Queen" Even a Bit, you Should Definitely Play the Game

This review comes with a small caveat: you have to like the rock band Queen even a little bit to appreciate this game. Otherwise, read this review as a commentary on how a "band" iOS game should be made. And now that we are done with that, let's talk about Queen: Play the Game [$2.99], a mobile

Google and Qualcomm squeezed Project Tango tech into a smartphone

It seems like a decent of chunk of Google's big news today deals with its partnerships. The search giant is already teaming up with Levi's to explore the realm of smart Jacquard clothes, and now Google has confirmed that it's been working with Qualcomm to build its Project Tango world-sensing cameras into the chipmaker's reference phone designs. Show More Summary

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