As Hurricane Sandy looms over the East Coast, there is certainly an urgency for those that are about to feel the brunt of its effects (including myself in New Jersey) to become better-prepared for blackouts, emergencies, and every Sandy-originating issue in between. Smartphones are an essential part of that preparation, although many will overlook necessities that could make a major difference as Sandy hits.
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.
Marvel Comics has announced that three comics apps in the app store will be getting the ability to sell several series from the Marvel inventory as in-app purchases. Comics [App Store, Free], iVerse [App Store, Free], Panelfly [App Store, Free]. Each issue is currently priced at $2 on Comics and iVerse, and $1 on Panelfly .