(4.5 stars with 15 Ratings)
Most of time when we travel to foreign countries, we try to avoid using wireless data due to exorbitant roaming data charges. Some folks even choose to travel without activating their data roaming plans. However, mapping solutions are important when traveling, that why we are featuring an offline map app today.
Galileo Offline Maps Pro provides a complete mapping solution, even when you do not have access to wireless data. It is great for traveling or exploring a region where data reception is poor. Simply download…(Read More)
[ Gone Free ] String Fighter: Be a Fighting Puppet Master and Pull the Strings to Unleash Your Fighting Moves
(5 stars with 8 Ratings)
Here’s a fighting game that is quite different from what’s out there. In String Fighters, you get to fight as puppets on puppet shows.
You are one of the puppet masters on the show. Your goal: defeat the enemy puppet with everything you’ve got. Swing toward your enemy in the air puppet style and start throwing punches…(Read More)
[ Gone Free ] Bruno: A Fascinating Storybook app with Great Story, Superb Graphics, and Excellent Music
( stars with Ratings)
This Saturday, we have another great storybook app to share with you and your kids. It’s called Bruno by Able Magic, and it is written in rhymes.
Bruno and his grandpa live together in the countryside. Grandpa loves to paint, and Bruno loves to watch Grandpa paint. But one day, grandpa suddenly refused to get up beside a big tree because he…(Read More)
[ Free Again ] Retromatic 2.0: Add a Bit of Vintage, Retro Flair to your Photos with All sorts of Backgrounds and Ornaments
(4.5 stars with 526 Ratings)
I’m a bit of a fan for retro-style photography. Really, anything retro catches my eye. So Retromatic for the iPhone was of course something that got me excited.
Retromatic takes your photos, retrieved from the Camera Roll or shot within the app, and gives them a retro look and feel. You can draw on an area of the photo you want to apply that special retro effect, add…(Read More)
(4.5 stars with 13840 Ratings)
Do you remember Gigapet and Tomagotchi? If you were a kid of the nineties, of course you do. Well, today’s app for the iPhone and iPad is called Hatchi, and it harkens back to the days of classic electronic pets.
Hatchi starts you off with an egg of what will eventually become a virtual monster, and it’s up to you to take care of it. Your pet will go…(Read More)