It seems that every single website that one visits nowadays requires a login in order to utilize all of the website’s features to the optimal extent. Whether it’s the casual social networking websites such as Facebook or Twitter, or an online banking website, a user’s overall security is safeguarded with
From former makers of Angry Birds comes a new studio and a new game. Boomlagoon is a newly founded studio consisting of three Angry Birds developers who had recently left Rovio. Following its history with Rovio, Boomlagoon is hoping to carve out its own identity. Those looking for an Angry
If everyone had a nickel for each of the endless runners that the App Store currently hosts, the whole world would be crawling with richness. Simply said, there are more endless runners for iOS than one could possibly shake a stick at. From dangerously running across the rooftops of buildings, to chilling escapes from hoards of angry primates, it seems every corner of the App Store houses an app in which players are desperately running away from something. The premise has been almost too commonly used today, leaving the factors determining such an app's popularity up to its content and graphical style. Last Knight ($0.99) shows how much potential there is, yet, to the endless running genre with its incredible visuals and content value.
Picture yourself in a game show built around solving different mazes. As you progress through the show, mazes will become much harder, with some involving robots…deadly robots. Now picture yourself playing Chillingo’s brilliant new title: Man in a Maze ($0.99). Man in a Maze is built around a deadly twist
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.
Too many weather apps exist on the App Store, all similar in most aspects and not enough differing to an extent that would make them worthwhile. While some are pleasantly informative in some areas, they're skimpy in others leaving the need for the total, ideal iOS weather utility a glaring one...until now. Thankfully, that need has been satisfied with Savvy Apps' newest addition to its App Store collection, Today Weather ($1.99).
In a world of hyper-realistic graphics, it seems hard to find anything unique. The gorgeous games sit at the top 25 list week after week, and the trend seems monotonous. Luckily Renegade Kid has sent a 8-bit hero…introducing Mutant Mudds ($0.99).
Some people tend to prefer the risk of damaging their naked iPhones over slapping a protective case onto the device. The reason? Cases usually diminish the natural elegance of the bare iPhone and instead replace it with generic polycarbonate or silicone (in most situations). However, for those users who are willing to come halfway rather than possibly damaging their phones without any protector or using a case, there are numerous other solutions currently available. Part of the company's Original Series, Mujjo's Sleeve for the iPhone 5 ($45) is a top contender despite its rather high pricing.
It's always satisfying when product reviewers such as myself come across a product that is comparably different than the majority of others in the similar competitive market. Whether it be speakers, stands or, in this case, phone cases, design is essential for the success of a product in the crowded market that iOS devices have created for themselves. Because of its uniqueness and stand-out-character, product manufacturer Uniea's Harmony Series case ($24.95) for the iPhone 5 is a perfectly suitable contender for your next phone case.
Every single day thousands of applications flood the the open doors of Apple's App Store. Some are genuinely good while others are trash that someone has created simply to squeeze a few bucks out of, which causes many of the deserving applications to slip under the view of a casual App Store user. Therefore, in order to shed light on these underrated applications, iPhone Alley has begun to highlight any hidden gems hiding within the arsenal of applications the App Store currently hosts. Whether you're the kind seeking a worthwhile game to waste some time, or you're in search of an intuitive utility that bests every other, these weekly guides are your ultimate resource for finding apps that have slipped under the general radar of App Store users.