If you've ever gone out with a group of people to a restaurant, whether it be a bunch of colleagues, you and your boss, or even just some friends, you've probably come across the situation of having to divide your bill - a tedious affair that's inevitably accompanied by accusations if you're the one left to do the job. This next iPhone app aims to ease the overall burden of splitting a bill, and it does it inexpensively and quite efficiently.
The newly released Launch Center Pro ($2.99) isn't a free update for owners of its unripe predecessor, and that did spark some ill-natured disapproval towards the respective developer. Regardless, that's no reason to simply brush the app off and not give it a go. The completely revamped, reimagined app ditches the previously-used list format and instead replaces it with a slick, more powerful interface geared towards optimal efficiency.
I'm not a huge fan of strategy games partially because I like to sit back and relax to play games. That said, Zombie Quest ($0.99) has completely turned me over as I haven't been able to stop playing it since I first downloaded it two mornings ago.
It's overdue, but an application that allows users to record the screen of their iOS devices has finally made its introduction onto the App Store. Almost a straight over port of its Cydia counterpart, Display Recorder ($1.99) was released for the iPhone and iPad two days ago.
Crescent Moon Games, publishers of many iOS titles, have ventured from one App Store genre to another. Not because their past games have tremendously failed, but because they're simply creative to the core - universally. Their latest entrance into the App Store, Mutant Storm ($2.99), falls into the arcade genre with fast-paced, shooting action - and naturally, it's quite brilliant.
There are those who love pixel-art games and those who don't. I'm one who can love them if they are executed perfectly or hate them if it's just plain rubbish. It's safe to say that Chrono&Cash ($1.99) has been executed beautifully and delivers tons of fun for any hardcore gamer out there.
The App Store is known for its large number of apps and particularly well-designed ones. A large proportion of those apps are games but we very rarely see design and fun gaming come together. With OLO Game ($1.99), we get just that and more.
Although our staff here at iPhone Alley doesn’t get to review every single worthwhile application that undoubtedly bombard the App Store each and everyday, we keep an eye out for those that promise potential. Our limited number of reviews isn’t reflective of our eyes that are constantly searching the broad
The situation when you download an app from the App Store, and in the time that it's installing, you completely forget all about it. Raise your hand if that's happened to you at one point or another (the nimble-minded folks raise their hands). I thought so.
Fitness apps seem to be a very rare species on the App Store with very few making the top 100 charts. That's probably because we're all becoming rather lazy nowadays, but that doesn't stop developer 'code a plus' to deliver quite a stunning app called Guerrilla Cardio ($1.99). The description boasts a scientifically-proven body fat loss training method that actually works, where you work out for just 4 minutes per day (yes, not a half-hour morning jog) to improve your fitness.