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RPG Band of Monsters:  Epic Monster Taming RPG

Gone Free! RPG Band of Monsters!

 
Shadow Vamp:  Rotate the Shadows to Unveil a Safe Path to Your Crypt

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[ Free Via IGN ]OTTTD:  Challenging Tower Defense Game with Huge Bosses and Squad Based Gameplay

Free via IGN: OTTTD

 

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iWork Productivity Apps go Universal, Available for iPhone now

Those still confined to the smaller screen-space of an iPhone can now enjoy all the benefits of having the iWork suite on an iOS device. Apple has slipped their productivity software into the iPhone App Store, as the previously iPad-exclusive software have received an update making it universal. I guess this is good and bad…(Read the full article)

iWork 1.2 Review Update: Almost There …

We were all impressed with Apple’s iWork suite for iPad when it came out in April. But then, as many of us tried to incorporate the apps into our daily workflow, we began to encounter severe limitations — primarily the lack of MS Office compatibility (for Numbers and Keynote) and lack of cloud support. Yesterday,…(Read the full article)

iWork Suite for iPad Gets Major Updates

Do you consider your iPad a serious tool for getting things done? I have to admit, I always thought the productivity applications had limited usefulness, and that a Macbook was still pretty necessary to take on a real workload of writing, presenting, etc. But it’s apparent that things are getting better by the day, and…(Read the full article)


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