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Fracter review: Are you afraid of the dark?

Follow me along the shadowy path as we avoid lurkers and solve puzzles while exploring what Fracter has to offer.

Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller – Episode 1: the Hangman review

Erica Reed, a Boston FBI agent with a secret talent is hunting for her brother's killer, while attempting to solve a separate, yet possibly related murder.
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Feedly review: Does it still hold up in the crowded news reader category?

Feedly has served as a go-to news reader for quite some time, highlighted by its role in servicing displaced Google Reader users. Does ol' reliable hold up?

CARROT Weather Review: your forecast with a wicked sense of humor

With more weather apps than you can shake a stick at CARROT Weather finds it's own niche with a twisted, yet delightful sense of humor.

Moment Pro App review: The camera app for photographers

Moment Pro is the new advanced camera app on the market, bringing DSLR controls to your phone. From the company that produces excellent smartphone lenses.

Use Fooducate to make your diet goals (review)

As a free app, Fooducate allows you to log and track your daily caloric intake. Advanced features come at a price, though. Here's our review!

South Park: Phone Destroyer review – a raunchy card game based on the super...

South Park: Phone Destroyer is a card game which starts off as promising, but soon gets quite tedious. Unless you have countless of hours to spare.

Grasshopper lets you learn beginner code thru gaming (review)

With Grasshopper, Google wants you to learn basic coding techniques by way of a new Android game, taking the banality of coding out of learning new concepts and overcoming code "bugs".

Grim Soul – Don’t Starve meets Dark Souls, in the worst possible way.

Grim Soul: Fantasy Survival looks to blend a few different genres: Fantasy, Survival, Crafting, Stronghold-Building...but can it pull it off? How does it stand up to other games that focus on those genres?

Baikoh review: An intense word game for the modern era

Who said word games aren't cool anymore? Think again. Baikoh is a minimalist yet beautiful word game that proves very challenging.

Google Tasks review: To-do list app accomplishes only the bare minimum

On top of launching a new interface for Gmail, Google also introduce a new to-do list app called ask. You can downloaded right now on your Android.

Mad Skills BMX 2 review: Addictive racing at its best

A lot of racing games offer great graphics and animation, they can oftentimes leave you bored after a while, with stale game play. Mad...

ClutchPoints gives a new view to mainstream sports (review)

ClutchPoints is a sports news & tracking app that focuses solely on the Big Three pro leagues, and does so with a fantastic combination of presentation, speed, and depth.

PUBG Mobile Review – the original Battle Royale lands on mobile

PUBG is the original Battle Royale game that started the craze. It's wildly popular on PC and on XBox, but will that gameplay and its accompanying success carry over to Mobile? Read on to find out.

Sandiego Inc. review – a very simplistic and not very challenging detective game

Sandiego Inc. wants to be a modern Carmen Sandiego alternative. Sadly, the game is not as challenging or as interesting as the original.

The best phones at US Cellular — which should you buy?

If it's time to purchase a new phone, and US Cellular is your carrier of choice, there's plenty to choose from. Let us help you find a new device!

Vivo Go debuts as Blu’s first phone with Android 9 Pie...

As the first Blu phone to run Android 9 Pie Go edition, the Vivo Go is unlocked and works with AT&T, T-Mobile, and other GSM-based service providers.

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