App Review: Dead End

Dead End is a top-down defence shooter, where you take on hordes of zombies in a graveyard. There is a free version, but the paid one contains 20 different levels, 9 different zombie types, 20+ upgradable weapons and grenades, 90 achievements, 20 rewards, an endless mode, no ads and costs just ...

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App Review: SketchWars

A long time ago, in an Android galaxy far, far away, the land of the white notepad was under siege. The fountain pen tip, the land’s only hope, fought valiantly to escape from the grasp of various unrelenting enemies. Do not be deceived by the game’s title or my clichéd introductory sentence. ...

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App Review: SyncMate for Mac

Eltima software has released an update to their SyncMate software, and now it includes Android.  That’s right folks, you can now sync your Android phone with your Mac. Steve Jobs would be proud. I should mention that this is a new adventure for Eltima, so the app is still a little buggy.  ...

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App Review: Snapper

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I have played several flashcard memory style games on my Android devices, but Snapper is one of my favorites so far. Snapper comes in a free,  lite version, and a full version for £0.59 (about a dollar). When you start up the game it has a very polished look. Game play is also very simple. ...

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App Review: Give Your Homescreen Speed and Style With LauncherPro

Ever feel like something was missing from your native Android launcher? If you are like me and you did feel this way, please read on as we review the best damn home-screen launcher replacement out there: LauncherPro! LauncherPro (for 2.x handsets only) is a simple and stylish Android launcher ...

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Get the Fix for Your Music Habit with MOG for Android!

Ever since I had my first MP3 player, I have been searching for a service that will offer me all you can eat downloads, a wide musical catalog, both at a reasonable price.  I remember back in the day begging and pleading with any kind of Apple rep that I could get into contact with... Read More

App Review: I-Play Bowling Android

The people over at I-play have released a bowling game called I-Play Bowling. The game is available in two versions: Standard and HD. The difference between the two versions is a better graphic layout for the HD version, if your phone can support it. I had the opportunity to check this game ...

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App Review: Spotify

I love music, but being a student, more often than not I can’t afford to buy the latest album I want to listen to. For example, I wanted to buy 5 or so albums to take with me on holiday last week, which would have cost around £30. Instead, I decided to buy a month... Read More

SCVNGR Announces Rewards for Check-Ins

The popular social networking app, SCVNGR, has begun offering some real rewards for checking in.  Marketwire.com gives us a great synopsis of how both venues and customers can benefit from using SCVNGR every time we go out. To quote marketwire: Today, we’re launching a new feature ...

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App Review: Ratio

Ratio, a great app for anyone who likes to cook, was for quite a while one of the few things I was jealous of on the iPhone platform. No more: it’s now available for Android. One of my other hobbies, besides Android enthusiasm, is cooking, and I’m the kind of person that likes to ...

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App Review: CardioTrainer

If you like to train, make sure to check out CardioTrainer for Android.  CardioTrainer is a free fitness app that tracks a variety of exercises, has a weight loss add-on, a race add-on, a game to compete against others around the world, and it will post your exercise activities to your Facebook ...

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TV Listings is Well Orgainized, Ambitious Television Companion App

TV Listings is a straight-forward, yet ambitious application that pits itself against the official TV Guide application. When opening the application for the first time, you are asked you to input your zip code, after which you are presented with a list of service providers in your area. In a ...

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The Bird is the Word: Part IV

Touiteur Review Three days ago I began a series of reviews on the four most compelling Twitter clients in the Android Market. Seesmic, which some used to consider as being the best Twitter application available on Android, has seemingly fallen behind offerings by Twitter, Inc. and developers ...

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The Bird is the Word: Part III (Twitter Reviews)

Twidroyd Review Developers Zimmermann & Marban are responsible for releasing what many consider to be the most complete Twitter application on the Android Market. Twidroyd has been tinkered with and tweaked numerous times since its release over a year ago, and the version available today is ...

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The Bird is the Word: Part II (Twitter Reviews)

Twitter for Android At the end of April, Twitter released their official application for Android. This free application has a few features that are absent on other Twitter clients, and as a result, it narrowly edges out Seesmic as the third best Twitter application in the Android Market.   ...

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