Posts Tagged ‘learning app’

Kids Love Exploring and Solving Puzzles in Mia – The Happy Helper for iPad

Tweet Price: Free Rating: Mia – The Happy Helper iPad Game Review by Mia – The Happy Helper is an interactive iPad game that takes kids on a journey filled with colorful characters and fun things to do. Developed by Kutoka Interactive Inc, Mia – The Happy Helper is a wonderful combination of entertainment […]


Top 10 iPhone Apps for Your New Years Resolutions

Tweet Top 10 iPhone Apps for Your New Years Resolutions by This is the time of year when people reflect on their lives and look ahead to a better year. You may wonder what ways you can improve yourself and set new goals for yourself. These goals can, of course, can take many forms […]


UNOIT is the Perfect Flashcard App for iPhone

Tweet  Price: $1.99 Rating: UNOIT iPhone App Review by UNOIT, developed by Diethard Seiferth, is a new education app that allows you to store flashcards and optionally make them appear at a specific time or location. Whether you’re a college student, a professional, or just someone who needs to learn and remember new things […]


Roboz: It’s Transformers Meets SpeedRacer

Tweet  Price: $1.99 Rating: Roboz: Written iPad App Review There are two things we like a lot here at the iPhone App Review: Principally, we like apps designed for children, and games that present us with a challenge. With Roboz, from Palz Limited, we’ve actually managed to find both in the same package! The app […]


Chess Trainer is Definitely a Chess Player’s Best Friend

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: Chess Trainer: Written iPhone Game Review Sure, we have fun and entertaining games such as Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja, but what about old-school classics like board games? If you’re looking to challenge yourself beyond smashing vengeful birds into structures or slashing your way to ninjutsu glory, perhaps it’s time to […]


2×2=4: Are You Smarter than a Pirate?

TweetPrice: $2.99 2×2=4: iPhone App Written Review Do you remember having to learn your multiplication tables—you did learn those, right? If so, then you likely recall just how difficult it can be when you’re unused to the idea of multiplication and division. In fact, the bar is set so high that it’s nearly impossible to […]

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