Awhile back I had reviewed reviewed Dungeon Defenders: First Wave, which was the second game on the iOS platform to use the Unreal Engine – the effect? Some super-duper visuals, which were highly praised by both I and the whole press world. The first game to use this console-quality engine,
Making the best game in all aspects considered before being bought is essential of developers. You’ll rarely ever see a really sloppy game up at the top, right? There always has to be some sort of “zing” for the game to be a successful one. Dungeon Defenders: First Wave has
Awaken is an well designed iPhone app featuring a full screen clock, an alarm, a sleep timer and a flashlight. All of these functions look beautiful and function just as you would expect. This app turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into the perfect travel alarm. An iPad version is on the way and the developer has said it will be a universal app. I'm looking forward to seeing this app on the iPad.
There are several apps for the iPhone that let you manage your clipboard, but few are as veritile as Pastie. Pastie is an app that takes clipboard management to a new level by allowing you to set up commonly used text clips and assign them an action and a contact.
Car Minder Plus tracks maintenance, service repairs and gas mileage for vehicles, notifying you of pending and past due service. The app assists you in taking good care of your vehicle with ease of speedy data entry for oil changes, inspections, tire rotations, tune ups, and coolant system flushes.
Since the advent of the iTunes App Store, developers have introduced a fair number of vehicle related applications that made it easy and convenient to record and track fuel efficiency. There have also been auto insurance related apps launched by Nationwide, State Farm and others. Yet, until Car Minder Plus, the App Store was lacking an offering solidly designed for vehicle maintenance and repair tracking.
Nice list is an application made specifically to help you remember which gifts to buy while you're out Christmas shopping! The first thing you'll notice is that it's very pretty. To begin creating your lists, simply tap the plus button to add someone's name from your contacts. If their name isn't in your contacts, you can manually enter it.
ACTPrinter is an extremely useful app that allows you to download any document you would otherwise print right to your iPhone. Once you go to Houdah Software's website and download the corresponding computer application, you're all set to go! This is one those app concepts that I'm really surprised isn't automatically included with the iPhone.
Good Reader is a file viewer primarily boasting the ability to store and show large PDF files with ease. Using their own viewing engine, large text files, PDFs and large images load quickly and don't strain the application. With the download of a third-party desktop application, you can get started with Good Reader today!
NotifyMe is a simple application which uses Apple's push notification service to notify you of reminders set within the app. Reminders can be set for any time (in 5 minute intervals) and assigned a category. You can also have reminders recur daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, and yearly.
Grocery Gadget is yet another grocery list maker to hit the App Store. Like other apps of its kind, it lets you create shopping lists and then check off the items as you place them in your cart. Unlike other apps of its kind, it also allows you to take a picture of the item you want. This comes in really handy if you're sending someone else to the store and want to make sure they get the right scent of fabric softener. Another unique feature is that you can import lists from Grocery IQ (another popular grocery app)!