An awing solution to miraculously amplify any sound playing from any smartphone or speaker without the need for cables? Sounds interesting, huh? In fact, such a thing exists and iFrogz are the first (that we've seen) to pioneer such a miraculous piece of modern technology. All you get with the iFrogz Boost NearField Audio Speaker ($39.99) is flawless, strengthened sound - none of the hassles involved with tangled wires, plagued syncing or anything of the nature.
We absolutely fell in love with Spigen SGP's top-notch solution for users seeking an effective way to safeguard their iPhone's screens. Their line of high quality tempered glass screen protectors recently expanded to the new iPad, and naturally we were eager to get our grubby hands on a unit. The GLAS.t for the new iPad ($69.99) is a premium tempered glass screen protector catered to users who clumsily and frequently drop their devices.
Judging by the App Store's record, I wouldn't completely endorse developers trying out new, exotic controls schemes for their games in the likes of success - people [usually] won't like change. However, in the case of CM Games' newest release, Slingshot Racing ($0.99), they've mastered a new control scheme and have applied it to the racing genre in the form of an irresistible, universal package.
Those who love retro gaming on the App Store should be thrilled to be embraced by Underground Pixel's newest title to hit the App Store. Their second iOS endeavor following Holiday Havoc, the Christmas-themed endless shooter, Pastry Panic ($0.99) today released as a Universal bundle of unprecedented, delicious fun.
Since the dawn of iOS devices, accessories have accompanied Apple's creations throughout - there are tons from handy external batteries to creative cases all the way to kickstands. Although they're all useful utilities, it can be cumbersome to stow each while on the go which completely nullifies the positives of mobile devices: the fact that they're easily transportable. The SlateSHIELD 360 ($54.95), a new case that was announced/released recently, aims to create a benefital coalescense of multiple accessories thanks to the integrated functionality it cleverly packs in.
Eventually, all typical screen films either get grubby and nasty, begin to peel in the corners or have ugly spots and scratches. In the case of Spigen SGP's GLAS.t screen protecting solutions for the iPhone 4S, however, the aforementioned is completely avoidable.
Thanks to the folks over at ZOMM, the painful ordeals of leaving your iPhone behind somewhere are imminent. Catering to users who are overly forgetful, the Wireless Leash Plus ($89.99) boasts a method that is mutually clever and helpful and ever so satisfying.
With a learning cover easy to master by all ages, retro artwork and a whole ton of enticing gameplay obstacles, Drive and Jump ($0.99) is your typical top-down racer with a serious, addictive spin.
At times, differing from the norm is a great thing - especially in the iOS market with tons and tons of competitive accessories available without substantial perks over one another. The Urbanista Copenhagen headphones have taken creativity to another level; how do they fair?
Without doubt, the battery life of a naked iPhone is among the top in comparison to other phones of competitive nature. Still, most respectable case manufacturers host a variety of average cases meant to further extend the life of your iPhone - today we'll take a look at PhoneSuit's Elite Battery Case, and it's truly a marvel.