Although our staff here at iPhone Alley doesn’t get to review every single worthwhile application that undoubtedly bombard the App Store each and everyday, we keep an eye out for those that promise potential. Our limited number of reviews isn’t reflective of our eyes that are constantly searching the broad
We reviewed this game, and it passed through our process with a respectable 4.5/5 stars. Don't Run With a Plasma Sword is a clever mashup of endless running, boss fights, humorous cartoons as well as with RPG elements mixed, and it's currently free as part of a unique promotion from which you can prizes out. Everyone loves free things!
Today we're going to take a popular application from the developers of a famous title. Dubbed Run Roo Run, the application puts a clever twist on platforming to offer you a great aesthetically-pleasing package available for only $0.99. Run Roo Run, developed and distributed by 5th Cell, more commonly known for the people behind the acclaimed Scribblenauts, puts you in control of a mother kangaroo who has lost her baby and sets out on a journey through the land down under. You'll traverse through various environments and will navigate tricky levels filled with a numerous amount of obstacles in order to rescue your baby.
Though I haven’t posted anything on it yet, I’ve been following the development of Ravenous Games’ (previously Cave Run, Ravenous Trivia/HD) newest work, League of Evil. I couldn’t get much off of their occasional tweets about new additions to the game, but with their steady release of screenshots every Saturday,
It's interesting to watch TV shows and movies about the future, and then live long enough to catch up to that future to see how close we came. The Jetsons had their cool video phones, in Minority Report there was Anderton's magical computer interface, Quantum Leap's Al had that buggy handheld interface for Ziggy, and let's not forget 2001: A Space Odyssey and Floyd's Newspad. It didn't take long for people to compare the iPad to some of our future visions, and now it's fun to find all the apps to make the iPad live up to the future we imagined. ZestProd has a great app for making the iPad feel like the future in our hands, with its Photoboard HD iPad app.
The developers famous for making all your old toys iPhone and iPad friendly have done it again with Air Harp. Commonly known as the Lap Harp back in the day, this wooden box was guaranteed to annoy even the most patient of parents. Now, thanks to touchGrove, you can annoy your family all over again right from your iPad.
Naturally Fresh is the latest offering from Threemagination Inc., a very straightforward brand-centric app that catalogs Naturally Fresh's line of dressings and sauces. It allows you to graphically browse the product line, search for and view recipes using the products, and also features a product finder so you never have to go without your Naturally Fresh fix.
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.
Discover your lost musical treasures. Moodagent, by Synthetic Media Solutions is a giver of gifts that just won’t stop pleasing. Lets face it, be it iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone, the bottom line is they are all music players at heart. And the music we have each collected was gotten through some effort and thought. But with hundreds, thousands or even more titles in our personal repituar it can be tough to hear it all, all the time. Some tunes get lost in the shuffle (pun optional).