Posts Tagged ‘art’

Treat Yourself to a Fun Challenge with Slurf

Tweet Price: Free Rating: Slurf iPhone Game Review by Recently updated by Render Junkies LLC, Slurf brings waves of challenging, fun gameplay and quirky artwork for your gaming needs. Features: Although Slurf isn’t loaded with tons of content in terms of game modes, Slurf is a solid game with high replay value and is […]


Metropolitan HD: Over 1500 Paintings in the Palm of Your Hand

Tweet Price: $0.99 Rating: Metropolitan HD iPad App Review by Not everyone has the luxury of an art gallery in their neighborhood, and sometimes you just feel like browsing art. Perhaps you’re an art student and you’d like to be able to view art on-the-go with your iPhone or iPad. Whatever your muse may […]


Show Off Your Favorite Photos in a Unique Way with Lampagram

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: Lampagram iPhone App Review by While most people tend to upload photos to Facebook and forget about them, there are so many awesome services available that allow you to do much more. You can make a shirt, magnet, or even a mouse pad. However, there’s one common household item that […]


The Top 5 iPad Art Apps for Kids of All Ages

TweetIf you’re the parent of a young child who loves to doodle and draw, it can be tough to keep paper and crayons in stock. The iPad is an amazing drawing tool that has the power to keep children entertained for hours, not to mention the ability to help them unlock their inner Picasso by […]


ibis Sleep Art: Create Art While You Slumber

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: ibis Sleep Art: Written iPhone App Review One of the most amazing things about sleep is it’s a time when we usually can’t control our actions. Once our head is on the pillow and our eyelids close, our subconscious comes out to play. While it’s fun to dream (and even more […]


Pop Art Brings Andy Warhol to the Palm of Your Hand

TweetPrice: $0.99     Score: 6/10     By A. Papachristos With Andy Warhol’s unique contribution to the art world having garnered so much attention since its introduction, such techniques have been recreated a countless number of times.  Now, with Pop Art by Adam Freeman, users can use their portable device to create colorful, Warhol-like […]

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