An app that certainly, without one slightest bit of doubt, passed under the radar of the average App Store gamer, Mini Dash ($0.99) is yet another thrilling adventure from well-known publisher, Chillingo. The availability of platformers for the iOS platform has expanded since the App Store's launch a few years ago, and, by this time, you can pretty much find one to suit any platformer-enthusiast's preference. Whether you're seeking a Metroidvania title with large levels and tons of exploration or you're looking for an arcade-styled game with short, quick levels demanding your endurance and patience, the App Store has it.
While most people, like me, admire Apple's sheer determination to keep all of their products looking simplistic with minimal design, some others don't quite appreciate this and want to embellish the look of their iOS devices. Yeah, they could always go pick up one of the hundreds of Android phones or tablets that usually tend to sport tons of buttons (somewhat exaggerated), or they could very well pick up a new case discovered by Macotakara.jp that drastically revamps the look of the iPad by transforming it into a mini Macbook Pro.
Tiny little accessories have always peaked my interest, mainly because of their portability and simply, their small size. Boxwave’s Mini Capacitive Stylus definitely fits into that category and easily peaked my interest when I first saw it. Though it’s a great little product, I’m not quite sure how often people
It’s been greatly hyped about, TenOneDesign’s Fling Joystick for its innovative design allowing for sweet, simple joystick gameplay. Previously only available for the iPad, the joystick was an alternative way to play RPGs, dual-stick shooters, and other games with on-screen joysticks, for those iPad owners who weren’t comfortable with virtual
Yet have I to see a speaker that’s smaller than any of the X-Mini’s, but also at the same time better. I thought that the Fingertip Mini Cube Speaker could be a competitor, but the quality of the product itself brought my hopes down tremendously. Though the shape is very
Last week I took a look at X-mini’s II and HAPPY speakers. Being highly satisfied, I was waiting eagerly to see what their MAX II held for me. Now I now, and still the company hasn’t failed to amaze me. Unlike X-mini’s other speakers, the MAX II speaker takes the
I’ve always loathed the speaker on the iPod Touch 2nd generation. It’s just so…weak. It doesn’t project sound properly, and you can barely hear your music when with a crowd. Yes, I know that there are headphones to solve this problem, but thanks to BudgetGadgets.com, I now have another alternative:
Over the past two years I have come across many, many apps that require a mic to work and that with the iPod Touch are compatible. In these instances, I must forget about the app which is a disgrace, and I do not enjoy doing so. However, from usbfever.com I