iOS has had its fair share of unofficial ports of various console games, including PC, of which some have been pulled while others have remained in the realms of the App Store. If Mario Kart was down your alley, Nintendo isn't approaching the App Store anytime soon, so developer, Shanghai Taomee Network Technology Co.,Ltd. has taken the cue and released their take on the popular game. But it's not really their take, it's pretty blatant.
The amount of decent platformers available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad have undoubtedly escalated in the better of the 2011 year. I remember when I was first introduced to the iOS world of applications, otherwise deemed and more commonly referred to as the App Store, there was practically
When I first heard about Ben Hopkin’s, a.k.a Kode80′s, newest endeavor on the iOS platform, I wasn’t too sure how successful the finished product would actually be. After all, the game was advertised as a platformer without d-pad controls, but instead with a different control scheme that did not allow
The Chipotle Ordering app that made a brief appearance in January before being quickly removed is now back in the App Store, allowing users to place an order in advance on any item in the restaurant's menu and pay for with a credit card, and also has the ability to save favorite items for quick access. You can get it in the App Store as a free download.
Chipotle, the burrito restaurant chain in the US, has launched a free app in the App Store for ordering burritos from the iPhone. The app, called Chipotle Mobile Ordering, expands on the online ordering service implemented by the company last October, and let users chose what they wanted from their full menu, order it, pay via credit card, and view directions to the nearest location where they could pick it up. The app has since been removed for reasons unknown, but some users claim it suffered from multiple bugs which may have been the cause. [via MacRumors]