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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 07/21/2016

July 21, 2016 by macjeff

Angry Birds HD , Angry Birds , Smart Cycle Alarm PRO and more

iPhone:

Angry Birds ( $0.99 → FREE )

The scheming pigs have stolen the Angry Birds’ eggs. It’s up to you to dish out revenge by destroying their defenses. Pull back on the launcher and release to send a bird flying through the air and create massive pig-crushing chain reactions to earn extra points. Each bird has its own unique ability, so make sure to use them wisely. The game is absolutely bursting with content, featuring 11 worlds with hundreds upon hundreds of levels.

Universal:

Smart Cycle Alarm PRO ( $0.99 → FREE )

Spin the dial to set your desired wakeup window. Smart Cycle Alarm will monitor your sleep patterns and wake you up in the lightest possible sleep state, which will leave you feeling refreshed. The app includes a customizable wakeup phase of 10 to 90 minutes. Your sleep data can be viewed on a graph and exported as a CSV file, and it can be sent to the built-in Health app.

Jigsaw Wonder Polar Bears for Kids ( $1.99 → FREE )

You won’t be able to resist the charm of this jigsaw puzzle game. Each of the 33 jigsaw puzzles features a polar bear photo to reconstruct. The jigsaw puzzles can be broken up into as few as four pieces and as many as 24. You’re also able to choose whether or not you want a colored background and outline hints. What more could you ask for?

NodeBeat - Playful Music for All ( $1.99 → FREE )

Drag different nodes all around the screen and connect them to each other to create pulsing sounds. There’s no wrong way to go about it, so just have fun. The app includes a variety of customization options like the ability to add gravity to nodes, adjustable pulse rate and beat sync, and echo volume. It also includes 20 musical scales, a seven octave range, all 12 musical key signatures, and the ability to record and send your tunes via email.

Loan Calculator — What If? ( $0.99 → FREE )

With Loan Calculator, you don’t need to have a bunch of reference help files or documentation. Finding out how much your monthly payments will be is as easy as filling out three open fields. Loan Calculator provides you with the option to add additional monthly and yearly payments, helping determine how much faster your loan can be paid off and how much money you’ll save. The total lifetime cost of your loan including interest is calculated as well.

Angry Birds HD ( $2.99 → FREE )

The scheming pigs have stolen the Angry Birds’ eggs. It’s up to you to dish out revenge by destroying their defenses. Pull back on the launcher and release to send a bird flying through the air and create massive pig-crushing chain reactions to earn extra points. Each bird has its own unique ability, so make sure to use them wisely. The game is absolutely bursting with content, featuring 11 worlds with hundreds upon hundreds of levels.

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 07/20/2016

July 20, 2016 by macjeff

PDF Reader Premium – Annotate, Scan, Sign, and Take Notes , The Book of Holes , PDF Reader Premium – Annotate, Scan, Fill Forms and Take Notes and more

iPhone:

PDF Reader Premium – Annotate, Scan, Sign, and Take Notes ( $2.99 → FREE )

You’re able to import PDF files and photos via your favorite cloud storage services, Wi-Fi, the web, iTunes File Sharing, or from your photo library. You’re also able to capture photos right from within the app and quickly convert them into PDFs. You can then view your PDFs, or edit and annotate them using a wide variety of tools. PDFs can also be searched for with keywords, and organized by date, tag, or name. The app also includes AirPrint support, a built-in dictionary, AirPlay support, and iCloud support.

Recipes Cook Book - Your recipes organized in your device ( $0.99 → FREE )

Recipes is focused on simplicity. You’re able to add your own recipes, and organize them within categories. Each recipe can contain a header photo, a list of ingredients, and step-by-step directions. The ingredients from any recipe can be added to your shopping list with a tap, and recipes can be shared via email. The app also includes a handy temperature and weight converter.

Universal:

Artkive - Save Kids' Art ( $4.99 → FREE )

Artkive makes it easy to chronologically store, share, and print your child’s artwork or schoolwork. You’ll never again feel guilty about throwing anything out to reduce clutter. Simply capture, title, and describe the piece of art or schoolwork. If you have multiple children, you’re able to create separate profiles for each one. You’re able to sort the content by family member, date, or tag. Artkive also allows you to turn any piece of artwork into gifts like pillows, phone cases, coasters, and blankets.

Flewn ( $1.99 → FREE )

Flewn is simply breathtaking. It follows an old whale who is walking on stilts through a desert in search of a lost ocean. The story is told through beautifully illustrated and animated scenes complemented by rhyming couplets. You’re also able to experience the story from the perspective of a flying frog who needs to eat bugs to keep her energy level up.

The Book of Holes ( $2.99 → FREE )

The Book of Holes is an interactive storybook like no other. It was adapted from the award-winning Danish picture book by the same name. Only this version is made for the digital age and filled with more than 100 interactive elements. You’re able to enjoy the story on your own, or you can follow along with the narration.

PDF Reader Premium – Annotate, Scan, Fill Forms and Take Notes ( $4.99 → FREE )

You’re able to import PDF files and photos via your favorite cloud storage services, Wi-Fi, the web, iTunes File Sharing, or from your photo library. You’re also able to capture photos right from within the app and quickly convert them into PDFs. You can then view your PDFs, or edit and annotate them using a wide variety of tools. PDFs can also be searched for with keywords, and organized by date, tag, or name. The app also includes AirPrint support, a built-in dictionary, AirPlay support, and iCloud support.

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Find Your Quell Zen in This Gorgeous Maze Puzzle Game

July 19, 2016 by macjeff

Quell Zen ($3.99) by Fallen Tree Games Ltd is the latest in the relaxing Quell series of puzzle games. When you’ve just had a long day and want to kick back with a soothing game, then you should look no further than Quell Zen. It’s a must-have if you’re a fan of the previous games, Quell Reflect and Quell Memento, and even their other puzzle game, Swapperoo.

I’ve been playing video games for most of my life, but there’s a bit of a difference in the type of game I go for most of the time when it comes to mobile: puzzles. I’m not sure why, but puzzle games are definitely my favorite when I feel like spending some spare time on games on my iPhone 6s Plus. They’re stimulating so my brain gets a nice workout, and most of them are rather relaxing. I’ve been a fan of the Quell games for a long time now, ever since I discovered Quell Reflect back in 2012, and I had no idea at the time that it would be an ongoing series of puzzle games. Fortunately that seems to be the case, and they’ve only gotten better as time goes by. If you’re like me and like zen-like puzzle games like Quell Reflect and Quell Memento, then you’re definitely in for a treat with Quell Zen.

Visually, Quell Zen is a delicious treat for the eyes. It’s incredibly well polished, like the other Quell games, but this one even adds some more nice finishing touches, like the whole Japanese zen garden theme. The puzzles themselves take place on a 2-D layout, but as you’re going through the level select screen, it has a nice pseudo 3-D feel to it that makes you feel like you’re there. The colors are a nice mix of soft and rich, and players can definitely tell that the developers made sure all of the textures and environments were rife with small details. Animations and reflections in Quell Zen are beautifully smooth and fluid, and the ambient, atmospheric soundtrack is a delight to listen to. Quell Zen is just the perfect visual and audible treat after you’re done with the day.

As with the previous games, Quell Zen features different chapters, though you have to go through them in chronological order. The chapters have four sections each, and then you have four levels for that section. Once the four stages are complete, you can move on to the next section, and when all sections are done, then you’re able to move on to the next chapter. Quell Zen, like its predecessors, has a story behind all of the puzzles, and you’ll find out what it’s trying to tell you as you are introduced to new mechanics and elements along the way. The game starts out relatively simple enough, but things get trickier and more challenging as you make progress. But even when the difficulty gets ramped up, it’s still a relaxing experience overall, so you won’t get overwhelmed with frustration.

Controls in Quell Zen are straightforward and intuitive. Since it’s a maze puzzle game, the objective is to guide the raindrops through the maze layout safely while collecting all of the shiny metallic orbs and uncovering the narrative of a Japanese family. To do this, all you have to do is swipe your finger in the direction you want the raindrop to slide over to. The raindrops will continue sliding until it hits a wall or obstacle. Sometimes there are openings in the walls, but don’t worry — your raindrop just goes to the other side of the maze when they slide through the wall opening. If there are multiple raindrops, you’ll have to slide your finger on top of the one you want to move. New mechanics are introduced as you go, such as spikes, portal rings, lasers, and more, which means a gradual difficulty spike and new challenges that await you.

As you play, there is a number in top left corner: this is the number of moves required to solve the puzzle. If you go over, then that means you made a mistake somewhere. However, you are not penalized if you don’t get a perfect on each stage, and you can always go back and replay it again until you get it since there’s no time limit. But if you do get a perfect, it means you’re awarded more coins and solution keys. The coins and keys are used to unlock chapters early if you’re feeling stuck and can’t move forward, though a lot of the puzzles can be solved by trial-and-error.

However, the game is not as straightforward as you may think. While you’ll see the obvious obstacles, orbs, and levels, there are many secrets that you must discover for yourself in the game. These include hidden gems somewhere on each level (breakable wall blocks) and even hidden levels to find and play. I’m still early in the game so I haven’t found hidden stages, but it is great motivation to keep one searching and playing.

One thing I’m not too fond about is the fact that Quell Zen is a premium game that costs $3.99 up-front, yet it still includes in-app purchases. Granted, all of the IAPs are completely optional and not required at all to play (unless you’re impatient), but I still don’t like the business practice of premium games having IAPs in general. Just something worth noting, despite not affecting gameplay itself at all.

I’ve been playing Quell Zen this morning (while waiting for Pokémon Go servers to get back up) and have found the game to be a relaxing and enjoyable experience. I love the stunning graphics, the music and sounds are soothing, and the controls are simple enough to play anywhere. The puzzles themselves are challenging and I love the fact that there are many secrets to discover, which extends the longevity of the game. Quell Zen is a great addition to the Quell series, and hopefully it continues for a long time to come.

I highly recommend getting Quell Zen if you’re a fan of maze puzzle games, or just enjoyed the previous game releases from the developer (Quell Reflect, Quell Memento, and Swapperoo). Quell Zen is available on the App Store as a universal app for your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV for just $3.99. There are optional in-app purchases for coins, keys, and a jewel detector.

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 07/19/2016

July 19, 2016 by macjeff

Super Arc Light , Pen and Paper , Done - manage your life with ease and more

iPhone:

Done - manage your life with ease ( $0.99 → FREE )

No matter how you prefer to get things done, Done will help. It allows you to create notes, reminders, and voice memos with just a few taps. Your reminders can send push notifications based on your location or a set time. Notes can include photos. Important items can be flagged, and all content can be organized with labels. A handy widget allows you to see all of your upcoming tasks and most recent notes.

Universal:

Super Arc Light ( $1.99 → FREE )

Super Arc Light is what you’d get if Super Hexagon and Geometry Wars had a baby. It’s a minimalistic arcade shooter that requires you to defend your base from all angles. Your ship will move around the base all on its own. Simply hold your finger on the screen to fire, which also slows down the speed of your rotations. The moment you lift your finger your ship will take off in the opposite direction. Collect power-ups to unleash new and more powerful weapons. Above all else, survive.

Pen and Paper ( $2.99 → FREE )

Pen and Paper is an open canvas. It allows you to choose from a variety of page styles, or you can simply create your own. Then put your finger to the screen and start drawing. Your doodles can be resized, recolored, and moved at any time. You’re also able to add text and text boxes, shapes, and photos to pages. Pen and Paper includes iCloud support, Dropbox and Box support, and the ability to import PDFs.

Marvel Pinball ( $0.99 → FREE )

You’re able to join the Avengers and battle with your friends for leaderboard dominance. Launch your ball onto the table by pulling back on and releasing your finger from the plunger. Tap each side of the screen to control your flippers. The table features multiple camera angles to choose from and stellar artwork. Multiple additional themed tables are available via in-app purchase.

Montezuma Puzzle 4 Premium ( $0.99 → FREE )

Each of the 100 puzzles require you to drag and drop pieces from the lower half of the screen into the top in order to completely fill in the shape. Pieces can not be flipped or rotated, so you’ll have your work cut out for you. The game also includes an unlimited number of hints and undos, creating a rather relaxing environment. Although, if you do utilize a hint you won’t be able to earn a perfect rating.

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Test Your Reflexes as You Spin Around and Around in Polyforge

July 18, 2016 by macjeff

Polyforge (Free) by ImpactBlue Studios Pty Ltd is an endless zen puzzler that will take you through a journey of various colors, sounds, and shapes. If you enjoy zen-like games with a dash of reflex skill testing, such as Alto’s Adventure or even Super Hexagon, then you’ll get a kick out of Polyforge.

While the world seems to be encapsulated with the entire Pokémon Go craze at the moment, let’s not forget that there are plenty of other (smaller) mobile games that you can check out while you’re in-between Pokémon hunts. I’ll admit that even though I’ve spent the entire weekend playing Pokémon Go, I am still always on the lookout for other exciting new games that don’t require me to get outside to enjoy fully. And these types of games include quick-play arcade-like puzzles, which can be played and enjoyed in just mere minutes-at-a-time, making them the perfect entertainment as you wait around in line somewhere. Polyforge fits this bill well, and it’s a rather enjoyable experience too.

Visually, Polyforge is beautiful, and definitely makes you think of zen while you play. The game features a minimalistic aesthetic with what reminds me of lo-poly graphics that just get more complicated as you progress in the game. The color palettes in the game vary greatly, as you’ll find soft pastels to rich and vibrant hues, but they all come together and meld into stunning gradients that are pleasing to the eye. The shapes themselves are rendered in 3-D and are intricate with their highlight and shadow detail, striking each side with the arrow causes the shape to end up with a pretty glow, and animations are as smooth as butter. Polyforge also has an atmospheric and soothing soundtrack that is delightful to listen to, so I would recommend playing this with your favorite earbuds or headphones. You’ll be whisked away to a state of zen after a long day.

While Polyforge is based on levels that you have to clear before moving on to the next one, the game does not have a point system as you’d expect. Instead, the objective is to reach the highest level that you can, and the leaderboards reflect that with the “Top Levels” board. The thing is, if you fail on a level, you don’t have to start over from the first level, you just have to try the current level you’ve reached again until you can pass it. If you don’t want to play the standard mode, there is also an Endless option as well, which has its own set of leaderboards to go along with it.

Regardless, the goal of each mode is the same: forge new shapes by striking the side of the current shape once — don’t strike it twice. In the regular mode, the game ends if you hit a side twice, so you’ll have to try that level again. In Endless, the shape gets smaller with each mistake, but it can grow larger again (making it easier to hit the sides) if you can get a good streak going. Once the shape is too small and disappears, Endless mode ends and your score is how many total sides you managed to strike properly.

The controls in Polyforge are simple and easy enough to be played with just one hand. The shape in the center will be spinning counterclockwise, and a small triangle will be orbiting around the shape in a clockwise fashion. To strike a side with the triangle, just tap on the screen at the right moment. If you hit a side twice, you’ll get a noticeable quick red glow on that side, and the shape will shake. And the game ends if you’re in the regular mode, or the shape gets smaller each time you hit a side twice, until it disappears and Endless mode stops. If you’re able to rack up a nice combo in the Endless mode, the shape gets larger, making things slightly easier. While the objective and controls of the game are easy to pick up, it can be challenging as you get further along, since the speed of the triangle and shape increases each time. You’ll have to be careful with your timing, because even one second makes all the difference here.

I’ve only spent a little time with Polyforge so far, but I’m finding the game to be a great little time-waster. The graphics are simple and clean, the music is delightful, and the controls are intuitive enough to just require one hand to play. The gameplay itself is rather straightforward but challenging since things move faster and require better reflexes for you to succeed, but hey, who doesn’t like to challenge themselves, right? It’s much more rewarding once you finally get past that point you were stuck at for the longest time, after all. I think the only improvement that could make the game better is another mode where your score is determined by how fast you’re able to complete a shape, or something along those lines. The game is also a free download so there will be ads, but you can remove them with an in-app purchase if they bother you.

I recommend giving Polyforge a try if you’re interested in adding another infinite zen puzzle game that will test how good your reflexes are. Polyforge is available on the App Store as a universal download for free with an optional in-app purchase to remove ads.

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