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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 06/13/2021

June 13, 2021 by RSS Feed

Sortzy States , Ling App: Learn 60+ Languages , Drop The Chicken 2 The Circus and more

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Sortzy States ( $0.99 → Free ) Jumping Rock Labs, LLC Sortzy is USA state trivia targeted for 4th to 8th graders, but is great for all age groups. Unlock each region of the United States by answering comparative trivia questions. This app teaches through sorting states by size, population, location on a map, and even their cow population. Sortzy makes learning geography fun for everyone.

Ling App: Learn 60+ Languages ( $4.99 → Free ) SIMYA LABS COMPANY LIMITED Ling allows you to immerse yourself into another language and learn everything from pronunciation to spelling. Simply choose one of the more than 50 available languages to study and get to work. You’ll find a variety of activities including spelling challenges, flash cards, sentence order sorting, and even calligraphy exercises, helping to ensure that you’ll stay engaged throughout your lessons. Ling will keep track of all of your accomplishments like fluency level and the amount of words you have learned.

Drop The Chicken 2 The Circus ( $0.99 → Free ) Blakzero Oy Drop the Chicken 2 is a physics-based puzzle game with one simple goal: to drop Chuck the chicken into the nest below. You’re able to place different objects all around the screen before dropping him to ensure his safety. You can also try to get Chuck to eat bugs on the way down in order to earn additional points and get the highest possible star rating. The game includes five worlds,100 levels, five bonus levels, and Game Center integration.

StoryToys Red Riding Hood ( $1.99 → Free ) StoryToys Entertainment Limited Powered by StoryToys' powerful 3D engine, the story comes to life with pop-up scenes that can be interacted with by swiping all over the screen or by tilting your device to view them from different angles. The app includes 27 pages of text that can be read aloud or alone, eight double-page interactive pop-up scenes, and a relaxing music score. It also includes English, French, German, Spanish Italian, Korean, and simplified Chinese language support.

StoryToys Snow White ( $1.99 → Free ) StoryToys Entertainment Limited Join Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs as they try to escape the clutches of the wicked queen in this interactive storybook app. It includes 39 pages featuring 3D pop-up scenes and puzzles that draw your child deeper into the story. It also includes text that can be read aloud or alone, and a beautiful music score.

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 06/12/2021

June 12, 2021 by RSS Feed

Number Mazes: Rikudo Puzzles , Remote Control & Mouse [Pro] , My Pills Reminder and more

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Number Mazes: Rikudo Puzzles ( $2.99 → Free ) Rikudo Use your brain to discover a path of consecutive numbers in a honeycomb grid with hexagonal cells in this logic puzzle game. Each puzzle is a number maze with a unique solution. Enjoy 960 puzzles of various sizes and levels.

Remote Control & Mouse [Pro] ( $7.99 → Free ) Evgeny Cherpak Remote Control just works. Simply visit https://cherpake.com/get and install the companion software onto your Mac or PC. Then launch Remote Control on your iPhone or iPad and it’ll automatically connect. Remote Control cannot only act as a trackpad with touch gestures but also a functional keyboard, application launcher and switcher, and remote.

My Pills Reminder ( $4.99 → Free ) A2G3 Media inc My Pills Reminder lets you set up unlimited medications and reminders. Just enter a pill name, the time, quantity, and icon. You will receive a push notification when it’s time to take the pill. After you’ve taken the pill, you can tap on the reminder to indicate so. Notifications are local, no internet is required. The app doesn’t support dark mode.

Cribbage HD ( $5.99 → Free ) WildCard Classics Inc New to Cribbage? No problem. Cribbage HD helps you every single step of the way. You’re able to use hints to develop your skills and learn new strategies. If you’re unsure how a hand is scored, simply tap the “Explain” button for a breakdown. When you’ve mastered the basics you can take your skills online, compete locally against a friend, or challenge the AI. The game also includes voice chat, and the ability to personalize the cards.

cRate Pro - Currency Converter ( $0.99 → Free ) 良峰 侯 cRate is fast and convenient. You’re able to choose from over 160 world currencies and organize them as you see fit. Enter a value for the base currency and all of the other currencies you have chosen will be converted. The app also includes background rate updates, a built-in calculator, and historical charts.

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 06/11/2021

June 11, 2021 by RSS Feed

Numberita - 123 Counting Games , Masterly:Learn, Grow, Monetize , Dictation - Dictate Text and more

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Masterly:Learn, Grow, Monetize ( $6.99 → Free ) Seolocation Oy Masterly is an all-in-one toolkit for Instagram creators and influencers. Work through 30 lessons that will teach you how to build the perfect profile, add new followers, and start making some money from all of your hard work. Powerful tools will help you generate better hashtags and captions, craft media kits, and find out how much your posts are worth. Masterly also includes loads of insights and stats to track.

Dictation - Dictate Text ( $0.99 → Free ) Gaurav Babbar Dictation frees up your hands and your focus by allowing you to convert speech to text in real-time. Just tap the microphone icon and start speaking. You’re able to change the font size and text alignment, and choose from a variety of color themes. Notes can be edited, deleted, copied, and shared. Dictation supports up to 60 languages.

Diabetes Tracker Log: Diabetly ( $1.99 → Free ) Santu Dey Put your health first with Diabetes Tracker Log: Diabetly. The app allows you to record glucose readings and insulin doses throughout the day. Each recording includes a customizable timestamp. You’re able to get an overview of past recordings and analyze the effects after each meal. It supports mmol/L and mg/dL, the ability to search by filters, and the ability to automatically backup all data.

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Numberita - 123 Counting Games ( $5.99 → Free ) Makkajai Edu Tech Private Limited This fun educational game is designed to help preschoolers and kindergarteners learn numbers and their names. Set in a juicing cafe, this app with help your toddler identify numbers and learn to count, while feeding friendly monsters who visit the cafe as customers. Numberita is more than just an app, it’s a digital learning environment.

Interactive Thesaurus ( $2.99 → Free ) Alex Tataurov Interactive Thesaurus is best described as an interactive thesaurus. Input any word and Interactive Thesaurus will not only provide a definition but also map out associated words. Tap on any of the associated words to dig deeper. The intuitive interface displays semantic relations between words and color codes them for different parts of speech. Interactive Thesaurus also includes editable bookmarks, undo and redo, and the ability to save the result map.

Heads up - Catch Word Cards ( $1.99 → Free ) David Kadlcek Charades is the mobile version of the famous game where you hold a card on your forehead and with the help of your friends, you guess which character you represent. The names of the characters are shown on your screen, by tilting your phone you indicate whether you guessed right or wrong. This app is available in 8 languages and offers 10 free categories to choose from. If you want to unlock all the categories or add your own it will cost you $3.99.

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Rickle Review

June 11, 2021 by RSS Feed

Some games are supposed to consume your life, monopolising your consciousness and transporting you to parallel dimensions full of wonder and intrigue. Not Rickle.

Rickle

Rickle sits at the exact opposite end of the spectrum. This hyper-casual mobile game involves making a pile of stones, and that’s about it.

Rickle is a tower-building game. It sees you trying to build the tallest stack that you can out of slabs that fly in from the left and right. To place these slabs on your tower you just need to tap the screen.

The aim is to place each slab flush with the one below, but Rickle is a game of attrition. Sooner or later you’ll falter, placing a slab too early or too late. This leaves an overhang, which gets chopped off, diminishing your tower and making the next placement harder.

You’re chasing two carrots in Rickle: your own high score, which is always displayed in the top-right of the screen, and the next world.

To help you keep each attempt alive you’ve got three consumable power-ups: one that automatically places a slab flush with the top of the tower, one that slows the incoming slabs down for a spell to make it easier for you to place them, and one that resets the incoming slabs to full size.

These power-ups are consumable but totally free. You buy more with the gems you earn through gameplay, and by watching videos. Rickle is refreshingly IAP-free.

The Good

Rickle

While it’s not spectacular in technical terms, Rickle looks stylish and slick in an understated sort of way. It’s text-free, too, making it both universally accessible, if slightly confusing for the first few minutes.

And it’s a quietly addictive little casual game. There’s satisfaction to be found in building the highest tower you can and unlocking new worlds, though the dynamic shifts as you work your way through the game and the intervals between new worlds grow larger.

The number of points you need to unlock worlds increases exponentially, but the number of points you earn per attempt stays pretty much the same, creating ever-expanding deserts of progress where all you can do is inch forward one slab at a time.

In that sense, Rickle has more in common with Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity than, say, Rising Sushi - a fact underlined by the Sunflower Race that developer Polyworks Games is running this summer, which comes with a cash prize.

Outside the gameplay, Rickle lets you help make the world a slightly better place.

How? A portion of the revenue from Rickle goes to three environmental charities: the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Union of Concerned Scientists, and the Environmental Working Group.

We won’t give you the spiel on what these charities do, as you can find that info on Google in your own time. Suffice it to say that they all advocate for a safer, cleaner, more sustainable planet.

The Bad

Rickle

While we’re totally down with Rickle’s charitable mission, and we’re onboard with its distinctive gameplay arc that emphasises long-term progress over the usual smash-and-grab casual gaming hijinks, there’s no getting away from the fact that it can be a little bit bland.

Most tower-building games contain an element of physics. It’s fun to build a tower, but it’s more fun if that tower lists and teeters, and if misplaced blocks dangle perilously, like the bus in The Italian Job.

Plugging away at the goal of winning a race is what makes Rickle appealing after a while. The basic block-stacking mechanic is fine, but it’s a tad too monotonous to hold your interest for long. Fortunately updates seem to be on their way to help mix things up and keep you playing. You can check out the game for yourself via the App Store and Google Play, and there’s an official site as well.

Overall

Rickle is a decent casual game with solid presentation and an admirable philanthropic mission. It’s worth a look in a block-stacking genre that is perhaps a bit overcrowded.

8.0

OVERALL

Game Controls 8.1

Graphics 8.1

Sound/Music 8

Gameplay 8

Replayability 7.8

$1.99

Rickle

Polyworks Games LLC

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 06/10/2021

June 10, 2021 by RSS Feed

King , AtmoBarometer , Face Moji Creator and more

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King ( $0.99 → Free ) Adikus King is a popular trick-taking card game. In the course of a session, each player will play two trump and three negative contracts, 20 hands in all. The app explains it very well and is easy to pick up.

AtmoBarometer ( $0.99 → Free ) Dmytro Hrebeniuk This app acts as a handheld barometer. Barometers measure the pressure in the atmosphere and are used to predict weather. AtmoBarometer displays info in hPA and mm. The app lets you collect pressure during the day to create logs and charts.

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Face Moji Creator ( $0.99 → Free ) MULTI MOBILE Ltd Build your own emoji keyboard and create iMessage stickers with this fun little app. Create, save, and share customized avatars and emojis with family and friends. The app also lets you turn selfies into mojis. Face Moji Creator allows full customization, pinch to resize, move, layers, flip, and ability to add text.

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