TweetPrice: $2.99 Score: 8/10 By Michelle Schusterman Your iPhone, your wallet, your game console, your organizer, your…beautician? This is one of those apps I’m just not sure what to make of, or how to review. Do I poke fun at it? Only focus on the app design? Pull my pants down and see how this […]
Archive for January, 2010
TweetPrice: $4.99 Score: 4/10 By Steve Beaudry If you’ve ever thought to yourself “I want to look at some random photos while I listen to my favorite playlist,” well, then, this may be the app for you. Well, ok, so they aren’t completely random. Trakart by Picture Road, LLC takes the music directly from your […]
TweetPrice: $0.99 Score: 8/10 By Lara Vukelich Even if you stayed wide awake during geography class, placeSpotting by Martin Fussen is a challenging game app. The object of the game (or, quizzes, to use the app’s vernacular) is to locate a geographical location or famous landmark from a Google Earth aerial view map. From the home page, […]
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TweetPrice: $0.99 Score 8/10 By Michelle Schusterman Nothing like relieving stress and anxiety by taking your problems out on a virtual punching bag. Speed Bag Urban Gym may not help you work up a sweat and tone your arms like the real deal, but it is strangely satisfying. Could have something to do with the […]
TweetPrice: $0.99 Score: 9/10 By Lara Vukelich Tap Tap Cars by Ry Smith is an app designed to test your knowledge of cars. If you don’t have much of it, then this app can also help you improve your ability to recognize different makes and models, as well as give you some factual tid bits on the various cars presented. The […]