Swampy has been a busy little alligator in his first year of existence. Since making his debut a year ago in Disney’s Where’s My Water?, Swampy has cleaned up, on his way to 2 billion showers, and 44 days at the No. 1 spot on the U.S. App Store. Along the way, the “Where’s My…” franchise has been downloaded more than 100 million times. So Swampy, I hope you can blow out that many candles on your birthday. Continue reading Happy Birthday Swampy, Now Blow Out Your 100 Million Candles→
The wait is over. You no have your jewel in your hand, but need to know the top game apps for iPhone 5. Well, look no further, here are a few must-have apps that support the larger iPhone 5 screen.
Lili– $4.99 – As seen on state at the Apple Keynote, Lili is a quirky adventure RPG hybrid with stunning visuals, silky-smooth graphics and a cinematic storyline. Tuned for new devices, Lili is one of the most visually-stunning games available on iOS. Continue reading Top Game Apps for iPhone 5→
Bingo Words (free) from Win debuted on the App Store this week for iPhone and iPad just in time for new iPhone 5 owners to rack up some game time over the weekend. Bringing together all the best elements of Scrabble and Bingo, Bingo Words whips players into a frenzy of lightning quick word making, with short spurts of addictive gameplay in abundance.
When Apple unveiled the beta version of iOS 6 back in the summer, the new Maps app was one of Apple’s proudest additions. Dispensing with Google Maps, the new app promised an impressive 3D flyover mode and turn-by-turn navigation for the first time. But while Apple promised the world back at WWDC it seems that most iPhone owners who have used the new app are less than impressed.
Ungoogling the iPhone The new app resulted from Apple’s on-going disagreement with Google regarding Android. Apple has been keen to remove the search giant’s presence from its iPhones and iPads including the YouTube and Google Maps apps that have been present since the first iPhone. Apple announced it would not renew its YouTube license and would replace Google Maps with a new app. Continue reading Apple Receives Criticism for New Maps App→