CogniFit MoodCraft

MoodCraft lets you create, design and share your own moods and smileys with your friends! You can take full control of your own emoticon designs and make them truly yours. By tagging your friends, you can also express through your emotions what is your current state of mind is and if you desire, let them know what you are thinking about them at that precise time!By using MoodCraft, you will al » Read More

Google reportedly prunes 60,000 apps from Google Play Store

Google has removed nearly 60,000 applications from the Google Play Store, according to various reports. It is unclear as to what the cause was for the mass removal; however, we’re happy to see Google cleaning things up.While Google doesn’t stand in the way of any developers listing an app in the Play Store but has been known to remove titles on occasion. It’s possible that Googl » Read More

Planner Pro Might Become Your New Organizer

I am surprised at how much I like BlueTags’ Planner Pro. The first time I opened it, I expected to despise it. It looked too messy. It didn’t look clean enough. I love Calendar’s simplicity, and this did not look like it would suit what I needed at all.But the more I used it, the more I saw it becoming an affordable and easy way for people who need an all-in-one app to manage th » Read More

7 Awesome Photoshop Secrets

Photoshop has become one of the go-to programs when it comes to designing stuff and photo editing. Over the years as it has developed, more and more features are being added along the way. Unfortunately with their being so many features it’s impossible to cover every single one. Only the major ones seem to be pointed out, but the little things that help with work flow seem to be forgotten a » Read More

In China, An iPad And Foxconn Contract Is Considered Art

There are a lot of things that qualify as art that perplexes my mind these days. Kazimir Malevich, Barnett Newman, and other artists come to mind. I can usually appreciate the paintings, but when it comes to showing off an iPad in a Chinese Museum, I’m just left confused.The Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing has begun displaying an iPad, as well as a white uniform, badges, and c » Read More

Opera Announces ‘Ice’ Browser for iOS

Opera Software is working on a new browser for iOS. Called “Ice,” the browser is designed to be used on phones and tablets. Instead of using its standard engine, Presto, Ice will be powered by WebKit, which is is what both Safari and Chrome use.Ice was first introduced back in December, but the video below demonstrating how it works surfaced just yesterday, from Pocket-lint. The video is from an » Read More

Keep Tabs on New Movie Releases With eTrizzle

As you know, I’m a pretty big fan of movies! Earlier this year I reviewed Movie Mate Pro, an app for tracking theatrical releases. There is another side to the coin though; what about movies out of theaters that are released for purchase or streaming? With the amount of different online options out there, it can get tough to keep track of them all. That’s where eTrizzle comes in.Like » Read More

New: The Haunt 2 (Games)

The Haunt 2 1.00 Device: iOS Universal Category: Games Price: $1.99, Version: 1.00 (iTunes) Description: The Haunt 2 is the much anticipated sequel to the wildly popular point and tap adventure game The Haunt – one of the top selling (and rated) apps on Amazon and Google. This too is sure to make your toes curl and keep your device on edge! This stunningly beautiful and creepily » Read More