Recently, Guided Ways Technologies updated their 2Do task management app. They have rebuilt the entire app to be streamlined and easier to use. With over over 200 new features and improvements, there are so many we can’t list them all, but a few of the the features are:
Calendar Events for iPad: View and manage your Calendar events directly from within 2Do. No need to switch between apps.
List Groups: Create new List Groups for organizing your lists. You can collapse or expand a List group with a simple tap.
Quick Add: Tap and hold on [+] to add one task after another
Extended View: Tap on the priority button next to the task to view multiple lines of text, notes and tags in one go
Pinch Zooming: Pinch your fingers to zoom in or zoom out of your tasks.
With the iOS 8 system, 2Do now also supports Fingerprint Password Protection and Notifications with built-in actions.
Current users will be upgraded for free, but if 2Do is new to you, then you can pick it up on the App Store for $14.99.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on September 18th, 2014 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Sling Media has added support for Chromecast through their Slingplayer app for iPhone and iPad. Chromecast allows you to send content to your TV straight from your mobile device, and Slingplayer lets you turn that around and watch TV on your mobile device.
With the two combined you can use the Slingplayer as a remote control for changing the channel, navigating the guide, or accessing the DVR connected to the Slingbox, and you can send videos to the TV via the new ‘Cast’ icon within the app. Conveniently, the Slingplayer app can run in the background so you can keep doing important things like playing Angry Birds while you watch TV.
The SlingTV unit can also be controlled with the app, like a remote in case you own one.
You can download Slingplayer on the App Store for $14.99.
Posted by Ellis Spice on July 10th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The fifth episode of Telltale Game‘s The Wolf Among Us, ‘Cry Wolf’, is now available to purchase and play. This episode wraps up this season of the storyline set in the same universe as the ‘Fables’ series of comic books.
The Wolf Among Us is available to download for $4.99, which gives access to the first episode. Further episodes, including ‘Cry Wolf’, are available as In-App Purchases for $4.99 each. Alternatively, a multipack of episodes 2-5 is available for $14.99.
It was announced recently that there will, in fact, be a Civilization Revolution 2, and that it will be a mobile-only release. Seeing as Civilization Revolution is a great game, and a slightly more streamlined version of the strategy juggernaut actually seems like a really great fit for mobile anyway, this is exciting news.
What’s even more exciting is that it’s every bit as much of a time-devouring black hole as the original.
The improvements made to mobile hardware over the past couple of years has Civilization Revolution 2 looking good. Almost as good as the original game did on consoles, actually. The interface has also been significantly improved and functions pretty much the same way you’d expect: tap to select a space to move a unit to, tap again to confirm movement, tap to navigate through menues, etc. An interesting addition is the End Turn button that’s actually more of a switch. To help prevent players from accidentally ending their turn prematurely, you actually have to hold the button down and drag it to the left – not unlike shutting down an iPhone or iPad, actually.
New maps, wonders, special scenarios, and technologies like Modern Warfare and Information Technology are available, as well as two new leaders (JFK and Churchill) that can be unlocked. Multiplayer, however, has been cut out entirely. It seems as though it wasn’t much of a draw on mobile, which means more time and resources for developing the campaign so it’s difficult to get upset over.
If you just can’t wait to get your hands on Civilization Revolution 2, you’re in luck! The game is out this Wednesday, July 2, and will be available for $14.99.
Posted by Rob Rich on May 15th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Popular tactical RPG Record of Agarest War started out on consoles, and was brought to Android, but now it’s finally on iOS.
In a somewhat surprising move, the game was released to the App Store with very little fanfare. Still, it’s here now so why not check it out? All the hours upon hours of gameplay, massive combos, monster capturing, giving birth to the next generation’s hero (for up to 5 generations), and more are present and accounted for – it’s just been shrunk down. Pretty cool, right? It’s a wonder nobody’s been talking about it.
You can grab Record of Agarest War off the App Store now for $14.99. Additional dungeon DLC and in-app purchases are available.
* Over 100 hours of gameplay
* 59 outstanding soundtracks
* Full 720p HD graphic assets
* 40 cut scene videos
* Fully voice acted with 16,000 character voices
* Over 400 different Magic spells and Battle skills
* Over 400 Enemies and Characters
* Capture monsters to join your army
* Story stretching 5 Generations of heroes
* Enhanced battle system including combo system, break and overkill
* Support for full touch interface, virtual on screen controller and iCade support
* Automatic save backup to iCloud.
* Support for Leaderboards and Achievements through Game Center.
* Language: English text with Japanese voices.
* Airplay support
* universal application
Music application and accessory heavyweight IK Multimedia has released yet another iOS music-inclined app. AmpliTude Orange is specifically geared toward iPads.
According to the app information, AmpliTube Orange was developed with careful guidance from the tone gurus at Orange to ensure the authenticity of the sound. Derived from the award-winning desktop recording studio version, AmpliTube Orange for iPad lets you choose from 6 Orange amp models and 3 stompbox models.
Amplitube Orange is available on the App Store for $14.99.
- Real-time guitar and bass mobile + recording app
– Full rig with 4 simultaneous stompboxes + amp with effects + cabinet + mic
– Inter-App Audio support (available on iOS 7 only)
– Audiobus compatible: works in any of the 3 Audiobus “slots”
– 4 stompbox models — Highway Drive, The Shaker, Echo Trip (by registering), and Noise filter
– 6 Orange amps with matching Cabinets — OR50™, Rockerverb 50™, Thunderverb 200™, Tiny Terror™, AD 30™, AD 200 Bass MK3™
– Dynamic + condenser mic models
– Ultra-realistic tones derived from the AmpliTube Orange™ Mac/PC software
– Single track recorder (with re-amping and preroll) expandable to 8-track studio with master effects through in-app purchase
– AutoFreeze allows for separate, tweakable effects per track on the multitrack recorder
– Import songs/backing tracks directly from your Music library on your device or from your computer
– Export via E-mail, SoundCloud, FTP or File Sharing
– NO VOICE feature removes the lead vocal or guitar solo from imported songs
– Change the tempo (-50% to +200%) of imported songs without affecting their pitch
– Digital audio in/out
– MIDI controllable
– Powerful preset system
– Includes tuner and metronome
– Low-latency for real time playing
– Can be incorporated into AmpliTube 3 for iPad app via in-app purchase.
Posted by Rob Rich on November 18th, 2013 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
iPad users get ready: SlingPlayer has just received its newest update (3.0) today!
First in today’s software overhaul is an improved interface that makes it easier for users to search for the content they want using special filters and third-party services. Next on the list: Sports. Now finding the Big Game, or even a smaller one that you just really want to see, is a snap. And once that game is found users can check live statistics, find scores, and rant/gloat all over social media from directly within the app.
On the more technical side of things we have Second Screen Control and Split-Screen Navigation. Second Screen Control allows current SlingBox customers to turn their iPad into a “second screen companion,” which is sort of like a super-fancy remote control that can also be used to view media directly. Split-Screen Navigation, on the other hand, is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: users can search for stuff to watch, do their social media thing, and check up on The Sports while simultaneously watching a video on their iPad. Neat stuff!
The SlingPlayer update is live right now, and requires iOS 7.0 or later. Oh, and all these nifty features are only available for the U.S. and Canada for some reason.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 25th, 2013 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Sling Media, the company behind Slingbox, has announced new firmware and software updates that brings AirPlay support to the iPhone and iPad version of SlingPlayer. This allows Slingbox customers to view live TV on their Apple TV, and also gives them the ability to watch TV on a second TV without needing another set top box.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on August 7th, 2013 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
There is a new design tool that can help you create your next quilt while also saving you time and money. Quiltography: Quilt Design Made Simple gives you the opportunity to browse through different fabrics and customize colors and patterns to build your next quilt. This allows you to see what it would look like before spending money on fabric that might not work out just the way you thought it would, saving you from those “bah!” and “fuff!” moments!
Quiltography is available for $14.99, a small price to pay if it saves you from wasted hours and useless fabric purchases.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on May 22nd, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Pocket Informant Pro has been updated to version 3.0. There is a brand new, completely redesigned interface that is beautiful and easy to use, along with a customizable event/task settings that allow you to see only the stuff you wish to see. You can even show yourself the weather in the Today, List, Week, and Month views by purchasing the option for $0.99 cents through in-app purchase.
Now go inform your informant of the upgrade by downloading it now.
One of Apple’s coolest features, AirPlay, is also one of its least-utilized. Currently, users can easily stream content from their iOS device right to their Apple TV, and the service will be extended in the new OS X Mountain Lion update to allow Macs to do the same. However, there’s never been a way to stream content from an iPhone or iPad to a Mac, until now.
Reflection offers a simple solution to the problem, simply run the app on your Mac, connect your iOS device to the same wireless network, enable AirPlay and viola, you’re all set. While you still control all of your iOS apps on their native device, you can now display them on your Mac, which should make for some pretty impressive gaming sessions at the very least.
Reflection will run you $14.99 for a license on a single Mac and $39.99 to install it on up to five separate computers. This being the first version of the app there are still some bugs and crashes, as well as a bit of input lag, but we’re sure that will get tuned up in future updates. In any case, we’re pretty impressed that someone got AirPlay running from iOS to Mac, and in a surprising twist it wasn’t even Apple.
Learning how to write a good academic essay is a vital skill for many students but it’s not always easy to learn how to achieve such great results. Enter an app by the name of High School Writing which hopes to help students learn exactly what they need to know to approach essay writing, right down to addressing college application essays.
The app, recently updated, includes ten major essays that students should learn. These consist of: Argumentative (Persuasive), Cause and Effect, Compare and Contrast, Descriptive, Expository (Informative), Five-Paragraph, Narrative (First Person), Narrative (Third Person), Opinion and Reaction (Response) Paper. Each essay type is vital for numerous different purposes so this app should cover all eventualities. It even goes onto teach students how to write the best college application essays to ensure that they know how to sell themselves appropriately.
Currently priced at $14.99 (regularly $19.99), High School Writing is one of the more expensive apps out there – however, its ability to teach critical thinking in such a simple way is priceless for those desperate to improve their grades.
High School Writing is available now. It’s an universal app with the iPad offering some great dual-viewing fields allowing for side by side comparison of websites for research purposes.
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Posted May 23rd, 2009 by Kevin Stout Our Rating: :: PRETTY...EXPENSIVE
ProCreative Golf 09 is a beautiful app with an interface that's just as great. But with the high price of $14.99 and the lack of a course editor, it might be better to check out some of the other golf apps.