Those who love retro gaming on the App Store should be thrilled to be embraced by Underground Pixel's newest title to hit the App Store. Their second iOS endeavor following Holiday Havoc, the Christmas-themed endless shooter, Pastry Panic ($0.99) today released as a Universal bundle of unprecedented, delicious fun.
While it's not a new offering, FreeAppDaily has thus far been my number one stop for getting paid applications absolutely free - it's legal, it's easy and it supports app developers.
Europress, a leading producer of family-orientated video games, launched their third iOS endeavor onto the App Store. Compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, Doodle Tales allows children to unleash their imaginations. Best of all, it's completely [mostly] free.
Apple's patented slide to unlock method for unlocking an iOS device has received a decent revamp via a designer on Dribbble.
Starting first with Firemint’s Spy Mouse, Starbucks began to team up with the App Store and certain developers to offer all of their customers free applications upon entering the cafe. You can now download LostWinds absolutely free. Otherwise priced at $3.99, LostWinds is the port of the popular console counterpart
Many, if not most, of the abundant amount of casual endless running games on the App Store are simply variations of one another varying solely in graphical theme. There have been a few titles that have spun the genre wildly like the popular Jetpack Joyride and now most recently On the Wind ($1.99) that puts you in control of leaves with hopes of blowing in the wind throughout the course of all four seasons - it sounds different, and it truly is.
Today's Easter Sunday, and while it could easily be considered as a national holiday at a minor level in comparison to say Christmas or Thanksgiving, many head to their local place of worship to celebrate the holiday using the Holy Bible. Though iPhone Alley is in no way endorsing any particular faith, we're simply meeting the demand of our readers by providing you today with our top 3 bible applications.
There has been a lot of speculation and questions surrounding the batteries in iOS devices starting with the low-capacity battery in the iPhone 4S, an issue that has since been rectified, overheating of the new iPad's battery and also the universal notion that the new iPad continues to charge up to an hour after displaying a 100% battery level. As to why that was happening, people didn't know. Apple's own Michael Tchao answers.
For ages sorcerers and alchemists in a host of fantastical games have endeavored to create magical potions. Enticed by their unique perks, some have succeeded while others have desperately failed. The same is true in this next case, but it's not in the world of mythical creatures and nonexistent fictional settings; rather, it's on an iOS device near you. Will you fail in creating ultimate potions or will you prosper? Find out with Potions ($0.99).
When the App Store was first founded a few years ago, it was overcrowded by a population of casual, enjoyable games with no other basis but to get the highest score possible; there really was no storyline, no development of characters or anything, but the fun lied rather within the actual gameplay itself. One of the games that existed and thrived in this former market, is Flight Control - becoming an instant hit and also a classic game that every iOS device owner undoubtedly owns, Firemint, the developers, have finally released a sequel to the acclaimed title that is every bit as worthwhile as its predecessor. Available for only $0.99, Flight Control Rocket took off just a few days ago, and it's rightfully rocketing up the charts.