Do you remember taking personality tests back in school and realizing how close they revealed what type of temperament and behavioral aspects you associated with? Get ready to have your mind blown away with the MindColors Test app that reveals even more about who you are and what type of personality you most likely take on. Read the below iPhone app review to explore the powers and benefits of the MindColors Test app.
This iPhone app is basically based on a Mind Colors Test (MCT), a projective personality test solely based on chromatic stimuli, which redefines the existence of close relations between color and personality. The test is not a basic, random predictor, rather, the developer states that the test has been developed by working closely with both trained psychologists and psychiatrists.
The basic premise is that the completed test results will show how personal preference and refusal of colors is based on situation or experience, while the finals answers are based on the individual’s sate of mind. Once the test is complete, it can be saved and emailed for future reference. The iPhone app is relatively simple to use and the layout is more based upon testing than that commonly found in gaming.
Have you ever seen a talking monkey? What about a picture of your Uncle Frank that said hello? The sky is the limit here folks! You can just about take every photo you have and upload it to the land of the Zany! With Talking Photo Booth iPhone app by Thumbstar Games your photo albums will never be the same again!
The Toaster Said What? The beauty of this app is that it can be used on just about any photo! Certainly you can go to town on the standard mug shots you have and replace the eyes, nose, and mouth to a wide variety of different shapes and sizes and even species! But you can apply these animated facial creations to any picture you want. Now every pet you have ever owned finally gets to speak their mind! But what about the world of the inanimate! Imagine a picture of a lamp that is just sitting in your living room. With a couple of easy point and clicks your lamp has just turned into a member of your family. Now add a voice and he’s telling you what channel he wants to watch! This is classic!
Cats and dogs may not live together in harmony. The cable guy may never actually arrive on time. However, the day when you possess the ability to sync your iPhone with a Microsoft program has finally arrived. With MobileNoter by Businessware Technologies Inc. you now have the ability to sync your Microsoft OneNote program from your PC to your iPhone.
Do You Ever Get That Syncing Feeling? Whatever your profession chances are you’re a very busy person. Imagine adding a very efficient team player to your staff who also knows short hand! It’s safe to say that MobileNoter is a simple note taking iPhone app. It is fun to say MobileNoter is so much more than a simple note taking iPhone app! The biggest part of the “so much more” is the fact that at last you can sync your note taking with your PC! Everything that you capture with MobileNoter on your iPhone will now fluidly and purposely interface with your Microsoft OneNote program. In addition, anything you have created on OneNote can be seen and edited from your iPhone so this is definitely a two way street! The efficiency quotient just went through the roof!
Sudoku Puzzle Pack iPad and iPhone Video App Review
Reviewed by Luke Patrick
Sudoku Puzzle Packs, by developer Thumb Wizards, is a fantastic example of how Sudoku puzzlin’ should be on iOS, and as a full universal offering, you can be plugging in numbers until the cows come home.
If you’re at all familiar with the Sudoku game concept—which many of you may remember blew up a couple years back—then you know exactly what’s offered here. You’re given a board of blank spaces which need to be filled with numbers ranging from one to four, one to six, or one to nine. You’ll have to arrange this combination in every row both left to right and up to down, as well as within each box. If that sounds complicated, don’t worry: It completely is. However, Sudoku Puzzle Pack offers plenty of in-app documentation to get you going.
The iPad app and iPhone app games themselves do not add much to an incredibly rich game mechanic, but rather focuses on delivering the straight good stuff. Adding numbers to a space is as easy as clicking on it, and then selecting the number of your choice. You can also pencil in numbers, which is a nice touch, as you won’t often know the exact number to choose. Once you think you have it all figured out, Sudoku Puzzle Packs will either reward you with some confetti and sparkles or say you missed a spot. If the later, another great addition to the mix is the assist button. By clicking assist, you’re free to hit any square to see the proper number that should rest there. This means you’ll never be left in a corner, and it really puts the focus back on the puzzle, rather than your personal conquest.
The astute among you maybe have noticed that we failed to post our Top 5 last week, but have no fear! We were simply inundated with good apps to review and exhausted all efforts to fulfill this coverage.
Last Week’s Stand-Out Apps
As usual, we featured a ton of good apps this week. Certain members of the staff, who spent their childhood in the Caribbean, urge you to check out Bluewaterpages: Caribbean Yellow Pages, a great way to find your island groove on the mainland. Speaking of groove, we also detailed how BeatFactor can up the anty on your practice session. We also showed you how to get your tilt on with Splash’s gyrating gameplay. Not only that, be we also took a look at Cyan Worlds’ (of Myst fame) entry onto the iPhone with Bug Chucker. And to top it all off, we even took the time to explain how the busty action that My Clinic offers will quickly eat up your free time.
Think that’s all? Not even close. We’re just getting started. Check us out after the break for a full-featured look at our Top 5 iPhone apps for the week ending May 20.
Fresh out of the shoot this week is PhotoForge 2, an all-out Photoshop replacement for the iPhone. If you’re sick of not being able to edit your photos like a champ while on the go, PhotoForge 2 has your back like a chiropractor.
This three-dollar bad boy embraces the full power of color correction, level adjustment, cropping bliss, resizing splendor, and—most importantly—layers. On top of all that, you can even add photo filters to get that super cool retro look on your embarrassing bar photo. And at a cool three bucks, it’s a right steal.
Typically, an iPhone is used for business or leisure. Yet, what if that same little screen can provide serenity and relaxation at any point during your stressful day? After reviewing Astral Traveler, I discovered how ambient music and dreamy imagery can make for an exceptionally peaceful experience in the crazy pace of my life. Keep in mind that to be healthy and live a long life, relieving stress is a critical factor to consider. Let’s delve a little deeper into what this iPhone app and explore Astral Traveler.
Astral Traveler has three primary buttons on its main screen. There are two videos, both of various lengths that are the “experiential” portions of the iPhone app. The last button is a “Setup Meditation Reminder” tool that can help you schedule potentially the only moments to yourself all day. This app’s ease of use coincides perfectly with the idea of a stress-free lifestyle brought about by Astral Traveler’s incredibly user-friendly interface.