Despite Apple declaring the rectification of the antennagate issues, causing AT&T users to experience dropped calls, with the release of the new Verizon iPhone 4, Consumer Reports declares otherwise. A recent investigation conducted by their lab engineers shows that the issue still remains: why haven’t many people complained? Verizon’s network
My Brute is a RPG-style fighting game in which you put your 'brute' against an opponent. Your Brute fights on his own with the assistance of weapons and animals, and it's up to them to defeat the opponent. Your Brute can only fight 5 battles per 24 hours, however, so be sure to train it hard and keep coming back!
Oh No! will look instantly familiar to you. Created by Oasys Mobile Games, let's just say the game it mimics involves 4 colors, wild cards, and rhymes with....um..."schmUno." Thaaat's right! It's Uno by another name, with a few minor changes for legal reasons. If you're price conscious, this app may be a decent substitute for its name-brand rival, but you get less than what you pay for (sad, considering the app is 99 cents). Still, the gist of UNO (or crazy eights if you'd like) is present and done well. Everyone starts with 7 cards, there are wild cards, draw two cards, wild draw fours, "jump" cards, and "flip" cards. You even have to tap the "Oh No!" button when you're down to one card. No, I'm not joking.
TapDialer "Wife" is an application for calling any one person in particular (the name gives a bit of that away). Users simply load the app, choose a phone number and let the application take care of the rest.