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Cooking Dash 2016 - Tips, Tricks, and Strategies to Make You The Fastest Server Out There

Posted by Jennifer Allen on June 23rd, 2015

[Not sure if scrambling around an eatery is your thing? Take a look at our Cooking Dash 2016 review.]

Have you just downloaded Cooking Dash 2016 and you're feeling a little intimidated? I don’t blame you. It’s a scary world out there. While we can’t offer you guides to how to complete each level most effectively, we can offer you a selection of tips and tricks to make that transition go a little more smoothly.

148Apps 2014 Holiday Shopping Guide for Socializers

Posted by Rob Rich on December 9th, 2014

Welcome, one and all, to another 148Apps holiday shopping guide! Are you having trouble figuring out what to get for a distant relative, new neighbor, or estranged second cousin? Thankfully there are people like us putting together handy-dandy holiday shopping guides for you! Whether you’re looking for new hardware and accessories, or just something a bit less impersonal than an iTunes gift card, we’ve got you covered.

Other 148Apps Holiday Gift Guides: for [Health Nuts] [Creative Types] [Gamers] [Power Users]

Today’s guide centers around highly social iOS users. I’m talking about the people who practically live on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr, and all that. It can be tough to come up with something for such diehard (virtual) social butterflies, and even more tricky to surprise them, but we’re certainly going to give it a shot! Check out our list below for some hopefully useful ideas.

Dr. Panda’s Restaurant 2 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Amy Solomon on March 6th, 2014
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: ROLE-PLAY PLAY KITCHEN
Dr. Panda’s Restaurant 2 allows children to cook and prepare dishes for animal patrons.
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Announcing the Nominees of the 5th Annual Best App Ever Awards!

Posted by Jeff Scott on January 3rd, 2013

We are proud to announce the nominees for the fifth annual Best App Ever Awards. The awards that celebrate the best apps available, not just the best selling. This year we saw an amazing response with over 715,000 nominations submitted for 6,755 unique apps!

Voting is now open and will remain open through January 31st, 2013. Winners will be announced in February and details on that are to come.

Best App Ever

The overall best app of the year. Nominees are the apps that received the most nominations across all categories
» Action Movie FX from Bad Robot Interactive
» Clear from Realmac Software
» Evernote from Evernote
» Google Maps from Google, Inc.
» Minecraft – Pocket Edition from Mojang
» Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour from Gameloft
» Outwitters from One Man Left
» Punch Quest from Rocketcat Games
» The Room from Fireproof Games
» Walking Dead: The Game from Telltale Inc

Hit the jump for the list of the remaining nominees in the 100+ categories. Or head right on over to Best App Ever to start voting. Best of luck everyone!

New Year, New You: Fitness Apps

Posted by Jason Wadsworth on January 16th, 2012

Whether your New Year's resolution is to lose weight, have more energy, or just take better care of yourself, the iOS App Store has lots of fitness and health apps to help. We've taken a closer look at the best from Apple's own New Year, New You list to help you pick the ones right for you.

P90X - By Beachbody, LLC
The P90X can be a punishing workout. Use this app to keep on track and keep the muscles burning with a schedule, track and sync progression with the P90X website, and purchase P90X workout bundles with video and audio guides.

Gorilla Workout : Athletic Fitness Training on a Budget - By Heckr LLC
Working out is great, but unless a substantial in-home gym is available, it usually requires a trip to the gym. However, this app will instruct users on tons of different workouts at 4 different levels that require no equipment at all. A great way to get fit on a budget.

Pocket Yoga - By Rainfrog, LLC
Yoga is a great way to workout out at home, but unless a trained yoga instructor is handy it can be hard to do it right. This app will guide users through various yoga workouts with voice instructions and illustrated instructions. Airplay can also be used to play on a larger screen.

There are even more fitness apps, after the break.

Foodspotting Makes Me Hungry

Posted by Chris Hall on October 11th, 2010

It's hard to really get what kind of food a place serves just by reading a Yelp or UrbanSpoon review. Sure, you can go to the restaurants website and look at some pictures, but it's not fast, and if McDonald's has taught me anything, it's taught me that food pictures from restaurants are a sham. The only real way for people to get a good idea of what they will be eating at a particular place is to see pictures taken by real people. Fortunately for us, there's an app for that.

Foodspotting is a complete user-contributed restaurant discovery app that uses pictures of food instead of written reviews. The main screen of the app lets you browse pictures of dishes from all the places around you, but you can easily switch the view to only show foods with the most number of "noms," Foodspotting's own "like" system. The noms, unlike other apps' ambiguous star ratings, only come from people who have earned enough reputation points to share their opinion. It may seem rigid, but it prevents corporate food from overrunning the system, something that I greatly appreciate.

From the main screen, you can easily switch to a search to find particular types of food, foods in different cities, or just a particular place. Or, you can dive into the Foodspotting's user-based guides that take you to people's favorite locations. The guides are mostly from random people, but there are many guides available from Food Network, Travel Channel (tons of Anthony Bourdain stuff), and Zagat.

If you are a fan of discovering new food and are a bit tired of baseless star ratings, pick up Foodspotting and start taking pictures. It's a free app, so go have some fun with it.

By the way, I've never been this hungry after writing an article. Those pictures are brutal.