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Angry Birds Seasons: The Uber Popular Game is now FREE for the iPhone and iPad for a limited time

Gone Free! Angry Birds Seasons

Kingdom Rush:  This Legendary Tower Defense Game Goes Free!

Free! Kingdom Rush

Radiation Island: An open world zombie game that is more survival than zombie killer

Free Via IGN: Radiation Island


App Reviews

Duet Display Review: Turn Your iOS Device into Another Monitor for your Mac


When it comes to getting things done, I’m constantly tweaking and experimenting with my process in order to be as efficient as possible. Sometimes this means exploring new software, while other times it means trying new equipment. I was recently made aware of Duet Display, which is an app that sort of hits the sweet…(Read the full article)

Party Party Review: Share Your Moments the Hippest way possible


I know what you’re thinking—another photo app with filters and editing features—is there anything our iPhones need less? Party Party is an app brought to us by the women behind an apparently-super-popular blog called A Beautiful Mess, and it enters a category of the App Store that has been thoroughly played out over the last…(Read the full article)

Puffin Web Browser Review: For the Flash-loving, Speed-craving power user


Remember the days when smartphones were so amazing simply because they granted us access to the Internet on the go? For many of us, the advent of apps has seriously reduced the time we spend straight-up browsing on our mobile devices, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for Apple to be beaten at their…(Read the full article)

Heads Up! Review: This Souped Up Version of Charades with Auto-Video Recording is Worth Your Dollar


There are some apps that sit atop the App Store’s paid chart for months before I get around to checking them out. I suppose there are various reasons why I might avoid getting on any given app bandwagon—in the case of Heads Up!, all I knew was that Ellen DeGeneres was behind the game, and…(Read the full article)

Afterlight Review: Quick, Powerful Tool for those who want more than a filter


Remember when everyone thought you were a great photographer because you discovered Hipstamatic first and knew how to “apply” a filter? Sadly, those days are in the past, and just about everyone knows how easy it is to jump into Instagram and make that picture of their kid smashing a birthday cake look like it…(Read the full article)

Fantastical 2 for iPad Review: The Best Calendar on iPhone is Now the Best on iPad, Too


When I reviewed Fantastical on the iPhone, I ended up finding my new, permanent iPhone calendar solution. Now, finally, the same app has come out for iPad, and I have a new permanent solution for that device, too. Fantastical 2 for iPad is every inch as good as its iPhone counterpart, though it achieves that…(Read the full article)

Microsoft Office ( Word, Excel, PowerPoint) for iPad Review: Worth the Wait


“It’s about time!” shouted the collective voice of enterprise IT experts and undergraduate college students on Thursday as Microsoft finally, FINALLY released Office for iPad. Well, not all of Office. Instead, it’s the three most commonly used components: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. And they didn’t cut corners, either — these are beautiful, well thought out,…(Read the full article)

Fantastical 2 Review: Added Functionality and Updated Design Make it One of the Best Calendar apps in the App Store


It’s a new year! Start the new year with a calendar app and boost your productivity. In the past, I’ve used countless calendar applications to help me keep track of my ever-evolving schedule and reminders. Each one tried to fill a supposed hole in my workflow that quite frankly found me wanting something more, especially…(Read the full article)

Bitstrips Review: Express Yourself as a Comic Strip Character


There are a number of social media fads that tend to get on my nerves. We’ve all had the invites from our grandmas and random classmates from twenty years ago to join Candy Rush or some farming game; and we’ve all been annoyed by them. One such fad that’s been getting on my nerves lately…(Read the full article)