iOS App Review

Tweetbot for iPad Retina Quality Review

Tweetbot for iPad Retina Quality Review

The most fabulous Twitter application for Apple's iPad has been upgraded again, this time for the 2012 iPad with its high definition Retina-quality display. This app allows Twitter users to see their timeline on the right, a menu of lists on the left, and settings all around. This app not only allows you to work with multiple Twitter accounts from one console, it shows all of the Tweet-related content posted by your followed associates in as high definition quality as you've ever seen them in the mobile realm.

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Foosball HD Retina Quality Review

Foosball HD Retina Quality Review

The new iPad for 2012 has ushered in a new age of gaming for those developers wishing to stay ahead of the game in their field, and this field-based Foosball game is ready to take that challenge! The challenge of course here on the new iPad (which we've reviewed in full here) is that the full high resolution of the Retina display is made use of. The game Foosball HD is suggested specifically by Apple as a game that the 2012 iPad would be well demonstrated with - it's just that great!

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Infinity Blade II 1.0.3 Retina Quality Review

Infinity Blade II 1.0.3 Retina Quality Review

For both of the newest models of the iPad, Apple has chosen the game series Infinity Blade to show off the most impressive gaming the tablets were capable of - today Infinity Blade II is where it's at for Retina-quality graphics. The iPad 3rd Generation model (which we've Reviewed in full here) is made to work with high definition graphics four times as dense as its predecessor, the iPad 2. Because of this, the makers of Infinity Blade II took it upon themselves to enhance the game accordingly, making the game better than ever and ushering in their upcoming prequel game called Infinity Blade: Dungeons.

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GarageBand 1.2 for iOS Review

GarageBand 1.2 for iOS Review

With the announcement for the new iPad for 2012 came the update of the whole iLife suite for iOS, including the most fabulous version of GarageBand yet. This version 1.2 of GarageBand allows you not only to play some of your favorite string and percussion instruments in a very basic way from your iPad or iPhone, it allows you to get "smart" with several automated methods for music making. This newest version allows you to play the Smart Bass, the Smart Keyboard, and conduct an entire string orchestra with Smart Strings.

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iMovie 1.3 for iOS Review

iMovie 1.3 for iOS Review

The newest update to iMovie was announced right alongside the first glimpse we had at "The new iPad", also known as the iPad 3, and with this update came updates that include 1080p video support, nine Theater view templates, and a selection of high quality soundtracks. This update brings these lovely abilities to both of the two newest iPad models, iPhone 4 and later, and the 4th generation of iPod touch. This update also requires that you download iOS 5.1, an software upgrade that's being pushed to all compatible devices the day of its announcement as well.

UPDATE: SlashGear's review of the new iPad here.

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iPhoto for iOS Review

iPhoto for iOS Review

The photography application originally only available on Apple's desktop operating system OS X is now up for download for iOS devices as well: iPhoto, completely re-imagined for mobile! This new application has been released alongside updates for the other two iLife applications iMovie and GarageBand and offers up an interface and functionality made to take full advantage of your multi-touch interfaces and Retina-quality displays. You've got the ability to view, edit, and share photos in a variety of ways with Apple placing special emphasis on iCloud for ultimate syncing power between your collection of iDevices including your iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

UPDATE: SlashGear's review of the new iPad here.

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GeoSociety for iPhone Review : a perfect Pokemon alternative

GeoSociety for iPhone Review : a perfect Pokemon alternative

Recently we've heard a whole lot about the epic release and defamation of Pokemon Yellow for iPhone, a game that turned out to be a scam and was thusly removed from the market. Because this game became so popular it reached the top 10 in the iTunes App Store before it was removed from the market, we decided to go on a hunt for the best Pokemon alternative on the market instead. Turns out there's one that stands out above the best - not necessarily because it commands its own genre, but because it replicates the original Pokemon game so precisely!

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Dash Race for iPhone Review

Dash Race for iPhone Review

The game Dash Race is just about the most unique racing game you're going to find on any platform - and I say that having played my fair share. What you'll do in this iPhone-based pencil and grid racing game is draw lines from one square to the next, each player taking turns to see who can best the other in their mathematically calculated set of turns and straightaways. This game is derived from a game that you may have played while wasting time between classes in high school - in this case you won't have to do any of the calculating yourself (unless of course you want to.)

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WinZip for iOS Review

WinZip for iOS Review

It's time to make the opening of ZIP files easy, finally, on the the iOS platform for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. This application takes files that have been compressed with the .ZIP file extension and opens them up for you - but more than that, it's able to show you what's inside without you having to run the files in other applications. In the example we've got here, a simple image is sent in a .ZIP file through email, opened in the basic Mail app, and the image is previewed inside WinZip.

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Pinterest for iPhone Review

Pinterest for iPhone Review

As the sharing environment and website known as Pinterest gain heavy steam in the art and design community around the world, it's only natural that the developers behind this already massively successful platform would create a mobile app. It's the iPhone 4S we're taking a look at Pinterest's version 1.4.2 app with, and it's the iPhone that this app is made for. What you'll find is that not only do you have most of the abilities you've got in the web browser version of this app at your disposal, the fact that you've got Pinterest in your hand rather than on your computer screen makes it more entertaining than ever before - and that's saying something, Pinterest is addicting!

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QuickShot with Dropbox for iPhone Review

QuickShot with Dropbox for iPhone Review

The app you're about to see a very brief review of requires little introduction and only a small explanation as it's only got a couple of functions, and it does them well. This app is made to do three things: capture video, capture photos, and upload media to Dropbox. This app does this uploading function in a unique manner as we've seen no application work with Dropbox in the background as effectively or in as perfectly simple a manner as we're seeing here - it just works!

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Monsters Ate My Condo Review

Monsters Ate My Condo Review

The game known as Monsters Ate My Condo is a $0.99 masterpiece from both developers PikPok and the fine folks at Adult Swim Games. If you're prone to seizures, I must warn you to steer clear of this beast, but if you're a lover of games whose creators clearly spent thousands of sleepless nights perfecting in both form and aesthetic grace, you've got a winner on your hands. It's all monsters and keeping your tower afloat by feeding pieces of it to the monsters from here on out, folks, have fun!

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