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May 06, 2016
Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App Store.
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Sky Live presents you with the sky visibility percentage in your area over a beautiful backdrop. The main view also allows you to see sunrise and sunset times. Swipe upwards to get even more detailed data like the current moon phase, light pollution levels, and planet, constellation, and star visibilities. All data is viewable up to seven days out, so you can plan accordingly.
DayGram will provide you with insights into your life. All that’s required of you is to record at least one line each and everyday. It can be anything that’s on your mind, whether its something simple like the food you consumed throughout the day or something big that inspired you. Once you get into the habit of keeping a diary, you’ll be able to see how the little things in life change your perception of it. The app features a rather unique e-ink visual style, simple interface, and customizable timeline.
Tap on a tile to select it, and then tap on a matching tile that’s not blocked in by other tiles to remove it from the board. It’s classic Mahjong gameplay. The game includes more than 200 board layouts, 30 backgrounds to choose from, nine tile sets, hints, shuffle, and undo.
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.
Your little ones get to explore the farm with Lily and the cute animals. Each of the eight sections stars a cute farm animal, and your child must help them complete the task at hand. Games range from counting and classifying objects to comparing shapes and naming colors. A professional narrator will guide your child along the way and provide positive reinforcement.
Data Usage Pro has it all. Start off by entering your data plan limit and billing period. Then just let Data Usage Pro start monitoring your usage. It will provide you with a predictive forecast telling you how close you are to going over and set daily quotas based on that information. Theme colors will change to reflect your current usage status, and you can get a quick glance at how much data you’ve used via the icon badge or the Notification Center widget. The app also includes the ability to create custom counters, and usage history charts.
With Monster Math 2 Multiplayer, no one is left out. It allows children from grades one through five compete against one another in math duels while keeping the difficulty level of the problems aligned. This ensures a balanced playing field. Children are able to compete locally on the same screen, in the same room via Bluetooth, online via Game Center, or against the computer. While having fun they will be practicing and learning over 40 skills including addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, factors, and prime numbers. The game also includes detailed stat tracking.
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Reviewed by Marilyn Chau
Are you a Democrat? A Republican? This is one time when it doesn’t matter. Mr Trumpy lets everyone have fun with this lighthearted approach to the current political season.
Free through the iTunes Store, this app is a fun twist on the popular run-jump gaming format.
The idea of a run-jump-fly format for an app is anything but new, but this app takes the fun of this simple concept in gameplay to an all new level.
Mr Trumpy, by Scott Singer, gives players the fun of controlling the app’s main character through all of the levels of the app–a main character who is the the inspiration behind the name of the game.
However, despite his current political actions, Mr Trumpy is far from being a serious political app.
Instead, the app lets you control a comical character of “Mr Trumpy” through various levels of run-jump-fly mazes. Levels are appropriately difficult; it will probably take you awhile to get the hang of the speed of Mr. Trumpy, but it is doable.
Starting out, the pace of the challenges/obstacles of the app is definitely appropriate. In-app ads do play between games though, so these slow down your chance of getting into sort of rhythm of gameplay.
Appearance and Layout:
Mr Trumpy iPhone App Review
Graphics aren’t the strong point of this app, but a focus on appearance definitely isn’t the intent of this app either.
In-app character’s heads tend to look a bit blurry at times, but the identity of characters is never really in doubt; you can certainly tell who everyone is meant to represent in Mr Trumpy.
Likewise, the background graphics are nothing particularly praiseworthy, but this lack in detail doesn’t really detract from the overall focus of the app.
The layout of Mr Trumpy, on the other hand, does not leave any room for complaints. It’s easy to get around the app, and no introductory videos are needed at all.
This is a free app, but you “pay” for your entertainment with frequent ads. While it’s understood that free apps needs to be able to generate profit somehow, the frequency of these ads makes it hard to really get into a rhythm with the game; in-app ads tend to be pretty long video style ones, and you’re probably more likely to close the app instead of waiting around to try the level again.
Overall, Mr Trumpy is an entertaining little app, but it’s hard to recommend it over other similar run-jump games (unless, of course, you truly do love to get to be the one to control Mr Trump).
Mr Trumpy requires iOS 6.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
May 05, 2016
They’re able to explore the arctic all on their own from the land to the ocean. The app includes three types of arctic environments to explore: tundra, taiga, and ocean. Along the way they’ll learn about more than 30 arctic animals and the food they eat, and go on the hunt for hundreds of interactive elements. The app also includes four robust puzzles to piece together.
Block Art II is a blank canvas, allowing you to build whatever you want. Just tap on the side of a block in order to attach another to it. You’re able to rotate the camera with a single finger swipe, and you can pan around using two fingers. Blocks can be painted separately or you can fill them all in. The app also includes a variety of background colors to choose from, undo, the ability to delete blocks, and the ability to share your designs.
Today only: Unlock two additional recordings free of charge! Simply browse through the store in search of “Mindfulness for Deep Sleep” and “Mindfulness for Higher Consciousness.” Both recordings will have prices on their download pages, but proceed anyway. When asked to confirm your action, the recordings should show up as free. Glenn Harold brings his best-selling self-help recordings to the world of apps. The recordings feature the very latest hypnotherapy, mindfulness, and healing mediation techniques. Glenn’s hypnotic vocal techniques will guide you into a relaxed state while the background sound effects will deepen the effect.
Gif Me allows you to capture video three different ways: normal, multi-record, and stop motion. You’re also able to import photos or videos from your library. During the editing process you’re able to add and cut out frames, add filters, adjust the lighting, apply text and stickers, change the playback speed, and add a frame.
The app features fantastic original illustrations from Walter Crane, which are brought to life with touch and tilt interactivity. As you flip through each beautifully rendered page, you will be able to hear soothing lute performances from Jon Sayles and music from Roxana Pavel Goldstein and Elias Goldstein.
May 04, 2016
You’re able to import any photo from your library or take a new one from within the app. You can then annotate it, doodle on it, or add your own custom signature to it via a full-screen drawing area. You’re also able to add symbols and custom text. Your final creations can be shared via email, AirDrop, Facebook, and Twitter, or they can be opened in another app. A+ Signature includes 280 font variations, more than 60 stock symbols and text options, and the ability to change the default attributes.
With Knots 3D, anyone can learn to tie a knot. You're able to watch each knot tie itself, and you can pause or adjust the speed of the animation at any time. You can also rotate each knot 360 degrees, and zoom in using multitouch gestures. Knots can be broken down by category or class, and they can be added to favorites for quick reference.
To make it seem as if your subject is levitating, start off by taking two separate photos. The first photo should be of your subject in its environment, and the second should be the environment without your subject. Make sure to keep the camera steady between photos in order to get the best results. Levitagram will automatically align and stitch together the two photos, so all that’s left for you to do is cut out the parts you don’t want. When you’re finished creating your magical photo, you’re able to save it or share it via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Messages, or email.
You won’t be able to resist the charm of this jigsaw puzzle game. Each of the 35 jigsaw puzzles features an adorable puppy 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?
Impulse GP is all about speed. You’re put in control of a futuristic super bike, which can be steered with precise on-screen controls or a MFi controller. Super bikes have a special ability that allows them to gain a powerful boost via ion thrusters. The thrusters can only be activated with perfectly timed taps while hovering over colored pads, which adds a rather unique twist to the gameplay. Impulse GP includes three modes, nine bikes, and tracks littered with jumps, switchbacks, tunnels, and corkscrews.
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