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June 16, 2016
Point your iDevice’s camera at a book, receipt, travel document, manual, or any other printed material and TextGrabber will do the rest for you. It’s able to extract, read, and save the text with fantastic results. The process doesn’t require an internet connection either, so TextGrabber is a great tool to use abroad. All of your extracted text is automatically saved locally in a folder for later use.
Reminders Widget enhances the way you use reminders. It taps into the native Reminders app in order to pull any entries you’ve already created. You can then access all due or overdue reminders from a convenient Today widget. The widget also allows you to create new reminders, sort reminders, scroll through groups, and complete reminders.
Where is that? HD will test your knowledge of geography. The objective is to get the lowest distance and the highest score by correctly guessing countries, cities, and landmarks. You’re able to compete with up to eight players on the same device, or you can just enjoy the challenge on your own. The app includes thousands of locations in 33 categories, a Wikipedia link for every location, and three zoomable world maps.
Cloning apps can be difficult to use, but not Ghost Lens Pro. Just select one of the frame layouts, record your first video or photo, and keep your iDevice in the same position and record another video or photo. You can add alpha labels within your timeline to add fade in and fade out effects as well. Then let Ghost Lens Pro generate your final ghostly video. The app includes more than 40 frame designs, 120 filters and effects, and the ability to add music to your videos.
Jon Arbuckle is sick and tired of trying to bath Odie and Garfield, so he purchased a new cleaning robot from a TV commercial that will hopefully change his luck. With the robot on the loose, you must help Odie and Garfield escape by jumping over and sliding under objects. The game includes 15 levels that take part in four different parts of the house along with an endless mode. After each completed level you’ll receive a special edition wallpaper.
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Reviewed by Sarah Hanlon
Every once in awhile a great game comes along and it keeps you coming back for more and more, long after the first few minutes of gameplay.
Games like this are rare, but they renew our faith in the creative abilities of iOS developers.
Crashing Season is a brand-new game that’s very fun to play and a breath of fresh air in an otherwise crowded and cluttered category.
Featuring many levels, colorful characters, and a unique gameplay scenario, Crashing Season, by Koukoi Games Ltd., is hopefully on the right path to becoming a huge hit in the community.
Concept and Gameplay:
I’ve played hundred, if not thousands of iOS games during my time as a reviewer, but very few of the titles I write about survive on my devices past the review period.
Crashing Season is a game that I’ve continued to play long after I’ve reviewed it, and I find myself starting a quick game throughout the day just to break up the monotony.
The goal of Crashing Season is to guide one of the five animal characters around various levels using the left or right side of your screen to steer them. You must attack enemies using blunt force and the environment around you.
Whether you want to knock out foes with a direct hit or unleash a flurry of chaos by crashing into a pile of rocks and launching them towards the bad guys, you’re free to play the game how you like.
When it comes to graphics and audio, I found Crashing Season to be pretty top-notch. Visuals are cartoony but detailed, and I fell in love with the background music and sound effects. I think both artistic factors definitely contribute to making this game easy to get lost in.
Crashing Season iPhone Game
Crashing Season currently offers a small handful of worlds for players to journey through, each featuring a few levels and a final boss to conquer.
The one thing I really like about games that are level based is the fact that developers can frequently release updates brand-new content, keeping the game fresh.
A unique gameplay feature of Crashing Season is multiplayer mode, where you can go head-to-head against others around the world for glory and bragging rights.
Multiplayer is the only incredibly fun and amusing, but it’s a great way to keep playing the game even if you beat all of the levels.
If you enjoy character customization, Crashing Season features that, too. You can purchase various accessories and boosts for your characters using in-game currency is earned by leveling up.
Crashing Season is available to download from the App Store for free and is universally compatible with iPhone and iPad. The game is free of ads, but you can choose to purchase currency packs if you want to speed up the process of unlocking characters and accessories.
Overall, Crashing Season is an incredibly fun and entertaining game that I can’t recommend enough.
All of the different features come together to make a game that’s both challenging and humorous. I definitely suggest giving it a try.
Crashing Season requires iOS 8.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
June 15, 2016
Help detectives Turino and Lamonte discover clues at crime scenes, interrogate suspects, and solve puzzles to find the killer. The game includes 12 chapters, 30 locations, 25 mini-games, and achievements via Game Center.
We’re recommending Princess Fairly Tale Coloring Wonderland today because it does a great job of guiding your child along the way. They get to color in 11 difference scenes with just a tap. As your child works their way through each scene, new interactive characters and items will appear out of nowhere. The app also includes helpful hints, so even young children can join in on the fun.
This puzzle game will really get your brain juices flowing. Numbers are scatted all around the grid. It’s up to you to slide them together to add them up to 10. You can not exceed 10, and you are required to use all of the number tiles on the board to complete each level. As you progress, other factors like blocked out grid pieces and tiles that reduce your total will be added, making it rather difficult to complete all 300 levels. Hopefully you’re up for the challenge!
Forvo allows you to search for pronunciations of words in more than 300 languages. You’re able to listen to pronunciations as often as you like, and save words to help reinforce them. Forvo includes more than four million pronunciations with the ability to compare accents for the same word in the same language. It also includes both female and male voices.
Tabata! doesn’t take itself too seriously, but you will get a serious workout. You’re provided with a different set of exercises each day. Your chosen exercises are laid out in list form, and you can review them to ensure you know how to properly perform them before staring the workout. Then follow along with the instructor as you perform each exercise for 20 seconds with 10 second breaks. None of the exercises require equipment, so you can perform them anytime, anywhere. The app also includes the ability to adjust the amount of sets for exercises, and all kinds of achievements to earn.
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