[ Gone Free ] PDF Box 2.0: A full fledged file system for your PDFs, including annotation tools and full text search
(4 stars with 93 Ratings)
I can’t tell you how often I’m looking to rearrange my file system on my iOS devices, especially when it comes to PDFs. Thankfully, there are apps like PDF Box 2.0 out there, and this one might just have convinced me to make the switch entirely.
With PDF Box 2.0, you get a full fledged filing system for your PDFs, allowing you to manage and file them however you want in various folders. While this isn’t the only thing the app does, it does it incredibly well and…(Read More)
(3.5 stars with 12 Ratings)
The game of Rock, Paper, Scissors is a classic that almost everyone knows and enjoys playing with their friends. But what if you want to play and nobody else is around? Now there is a Rock, Paper, Scissors game called RPSwipe to help out there.
The game of RPSwipe is played on a tiled board with blue and red tiles. The tiles will have rocks, papers, or scissor on them, with the tiles defeating the others the same way the original…(Read More)
(4 stars with 21 Ratings)
When you were a kid you most likely spent countless hours coloring your way through various color books. The thing about growing up is that we often lose sight of some of the more rewarding and creative experiences like this, but we don’t have to thanks to Friendly Garden.
Friendly Garden is a coloring book for adults that’s available on any iOS device. It allows you to color your way through all sorts of floral arrangements, as well as some Mandalas for…(Read More)
(3.5 stars with 769 Ratings)
I’m a fan of reading, but sometimes it can take too long to get through a specific article or story, when I really just need to get going. For those of you who want to learn how to read faster and more efficiently, there’s an app called ReadQuick, also featured by Apple as App of the Week.
ReadQuick is an appropriately named speed reading app that will help train your eyes and brain to read faster. It…(Read More)
[ Gone Free ] LEGO Minifigures Online: Collect over 100 Minifigs for your own virtual adventures spanning various LEGO worlds
(3 stars with 144 Ratings)
With the popular resurgence of LEGO items over the past few years, everyone and their mother is at least aware of what a LEGO Minifig is. If you don’t, today’s game is a fine introduction.
It’s called LEGO Minifigures Online, and it’s basically an all out romp of a game featuring a seemingly countless assortment of LEGO action figures you can collect and…(Read More)
(4.5 stars with 54 Ratings)
Counting up is one of the first things we learn in math class as kids, so it should stand to reason that counting is as easy as riding a bike, right? Well, not if you’re playing today’s app, Count Battle.
The premise behind Count Battle is that you’re in a race to count up by tapping numbered dots on a game board as fast as possible. Tap the dots in order from lowest to highest as…(Read More)
Editor’s Pick: Krashlander – Ski, Jump, Crash!
(4 stars with 537 Ratings)
Today we have a physics-driven ski game that sports itself a wonderful interface and intriguing gameplay. It’s called Krashlander.
The idea behind Krashlander is simple: control your skier as you make your way across various landscapes and…(Read More)
(4 stars with 117 Ratings)
Today’s Universal app is called Static Motion, although it’s anything but static, if you ask me.
Static Motion is a fun, lightning fast game in which your objective is to put your reflexes on full throttle. You have to destroy as many colorful enemy targets as you can by the tap of your finger, and then do your…(Read More)
[ Gone Free ] Cut It Out: Select a portion of a photo and finely trim away everything else to leave only that portion
( stars with Ratings)
Have you ever had a photo that you wished you could trim down to just one aspect, removing all the unnecessary fluff while highlighting a specific person of object? Now you don’t need powerful tools like Photoshop to get that result, because you can just use Cut It Out.
Cut It Out lets you import photos from your device and then trim away at specific areas of the photo to simply leave one aspect remaining. Let’s say you have a group of people in a photo and…(Read More)
Editor’s Pick: A Mechanical Story
(4.5 stars with 45 Ratings)
For many, the mechanical world isn’t exactly one that they would consider to be fun and intriguing, but today’s puzzle game does a great job of throwing that idea on its head. It’s called A Mechanical Story.
The idea behind A Mechanical Story is that you have to push a pink button with the help of a machine, but in order to get that done you’ll have to make sure all the moving parts on the screen coincide with one another to achieve…(Read More)