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appleholidayWelcome, 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.

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Today’s guide is for those creative types in your life. These are the people who like to draw, compose music, sculpt, or otherwise make things with their iOS devices. So long as they enjoy creating, and you’re in need of some gift ideas, you should check out our list below.
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Battle Academy 2: Eastern Front Review

Battle Academy 2: Eastern Front Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Test your skills on the Eastern Front in this complicated, but fascinatingly deep strategy game.

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Griffin Technology and Misfit have combined their powers to make a whole new line of accessories for Misfit Shine and Flash. Now fitness fans can get the Ribbon Wristband, Sleep | Sport Band and Shoe Pouch for their Shine and Flash. The Ribbon Wristband is available for $19.99 for a 2-pack and comes in exclusive Misfit colors Bamboo Shoot Green and Grey.

If you prefer to wear your fitness tracker somewhere out of the way, you can pick up the Shoe Pouch for $14.99. It can slide under your shoelaces or can be laced through the loops on the back of the pouch. It also features reflective accents to make for safer running at night.

The Sleep | Sport Band is softer and stretchier than previous sport bands and can be worn either as a wristband or an armband. You can pick one up for $19.99.

“The fitness tracker market has boomed over the last few years and as Griffin continues to develop the wearable technology accessories market that we created, we feel it’s important for us to align ourselves with the highest-quality wearable technology devices like Misfit,” said Chris Paterson, General Manager of Design and Product Marketing at Griffin Technology. “Our new partnership will help to further provide Misfit users with new ways to wear their devices and enhance their experience.”

You can purchase the Misfit Accessories on the Griffin Technology website.

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via: Our Review of the Misfit Shine

When iOS 8 went live, Readdle introduced the Ultimate Productivity Bundle by Readdle. This bundle includes some of their best apps – PDF Expert 5, Scanner Pro, Printer Pro, and Calendars 5 – for only $19.99. That’s a 25% discount, plus if you already have a few, users can use the “Complete My Bundle” option to get additional apps at discounted rates.

Apple has featured the bundle as their “Essential Bundle” on the App Store. So check out the Ultimate Productivity Bundle by Readdle today.

Dragon Quest VIII Review

Dragon Quest VIII Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Dragon Quest VIII for mobile isn't a flawless port of the PlayStation 2 masterpiece, but it's still well worth playing.

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Dragon Quest VIII is Raising the Tension on the US App Store

Posted by on May 29th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

One of the Playstation 2’s biggest Japanese RPGs, Dragon Quest VIII, has just been made available on the US App Store.

Everything from the PS2 version is here, reworked for iOS. So it’s essentially the same game you’ve probably played (or at least heard of) way back when, only it’s all been shrunk down to fit on your iPhone and iPad. And the controls have been reworked for touch screens, naturally.

You can download Dragon Quest VIII right now for $19.99, and the game features absolutely no in-app purchases of any kind – you get the whole thing right from the start.

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CoPilot Receives Update that Brings New Adaptive Learning Features and More

Posted by on May 13th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

The CoPilot navigation app has received an update that brings a whole bunch of new features.

Version 9.6 unveils the new CommuteMe feature, which looks to learn the user’s daily commute and then provides live traffic and arrival estimation info on the fly. It also gives users the ability to add a point of interest as the next stop without altering the final destination, as well as drag & drop functionality that allows for trip editing and improved POI searching.

There is also an update to the North American map database.

Parent company ALK Technologies consumer business vice president David Quinn mentioned the company’s mission in a press release. “CoPilot v9.6 introduces unique adaptive learning technology and smarter route searching to make your daily drive more predictable and less stressful,” he said. “It’s the latest step in our mission to make every journey easier and more efficient through advanced navigation technology”.

We had a look at CoPilot a while back; it is available on the App Sore for $19.99.

• NEW CommuteMe™ feature learns your preferred daily commute and provides real-time traffic* and ETA info along that personal route you love. You know the one that gets you to work and home for dinner on time!

• NEW ability to add a POI as your next stop without altering your final destination

• NEW Drag & Drop trip editing to easily move stops up or down within your trip

• IMPROVED POI search on your route to find the closest POIs and save time by avoiding driving too far out of your way

• YOU ASKED FOR IT so we made it simple to change your CoPilot ID (email address) directly within CoPilot, just go to MyCoPilot > My Account

• ADDED the option to navigate to Decimal Minutes Coordinates

• NEW! Free map update – In addition to an update for our maps of North America, CoPilot now includes the complete street-level map of Puerto Rico for reliable offline routing and guidance.

via: Our Review

Strongarm Universal Mount Hardware Review

The Strongarm Universal Mount is hindered slightly by its need for incredibly smooth surfaces, but it can still be a very effective stand for iOS devices under the right circumstances.

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Screens VNC‘s latest update has added a few new things amidst the various (and probably expected) improvements. The app now features support for Dvorak keyboards and the iCloud Keychain, the ability to manage Screens Connect records from inside the app, and a trackpad mode for those times when you just don’t feel like using the typical touch-based gestures.

If you’re already using the VNC client, you can go ahead and update it whenever you feel like it. If you don’t use it, you still have the option of downloading it off the App Store for $19.99.

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Merchant Case + Square Reader for iPhone 5/5s Review

The Merchant Case + Square Reader is a clever way to keep a Square Reader close while simultaneously protecting one’s phone.

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Square has been around for a fair bit now; making digital transactions on-the-go and generally allowing small business owners a convenient way to charge customers using nothing but their iPhone and a tiny add-on. The new Merchant Case they’ve created in conjunction with Griffin Technology looks to improve upon that convenience.

Aside from simply securing your phone in a sturdy non-slip case, it will also make toting the reader and using cards even easier. There’s a spot in the corner of the case allows the Square Reader to slip right in without having to take the case off, and a groove along the bottom that allows credit cards to slide through easily and consistently. And once you’re done processing transactions for the day you can simply tuck the Square Reader into a compartment on the back of the case and forget about it until it’s time to use it once more.

The Merchant Case + Square Reader set won’t be shipping for another couple of weeks, but you can preorder it now for $19.99 on Griffin’s website.

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Writer Pro, the New and Improved Writing App From the Makers of iA Writer, is Upon Us

Posted by on December 19th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

iA Writer is considered by many to be one of the (if not the) best iOS text editors on the market. Or at least it was, until iA Labs went and released the next best thing: Writer Pro.

Writer Pro is an all-new iOS writing suite. “Syntax Control” will scan your text (currently limited to English on iOS) and automatically highlight nouns, prepositions, verbs, and more for easy editing. It also offers an interesting and organic workflow system that lets users begin by typing out notes, move on to editing in order to flesh everything out, then share work instantly across all of their devices (iPhone, iPad, and Mac). Sound cool? Well you can grab Writer Pro off the App Store right now for $19.99.

Sygic North America: GPS Navigation gets a new HUD in its latest update, helping drivers keep their eyes on the road by displaying the new heads-up display on their windshields. The HUD is available as an in-app purchase for $4.99 and features live traffic and turn-by-turn voice guidance.

“As we head into the heavy travel season, we hope our HUD will help drivers stay safe on the roads so they can spend more time with their family and friends and less time driving down heavily-trafficked and dangerous winter road conditions.” said Sygic CEO, Michal Štencl, in a press release.

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Features
•Offline maps that don’t require a cellular data connection
•3D cities and landscapes
•Multi-stop routes and Drag & Drop route editing
•Speed limit display and audio warning
•SOS/Help to find assistance nearby
•Interactive map – tap on any street, POI, or photo to choose action
•New speed cameras feature with a constantly-updated database of stationary and mobile speed traps

iBank for iPad Gets Redesigned for iOS 7, Adding Easier Navigation in its 2.0 Update

Posted by on October 25th, 2013
iPad Only App - Designed for iPad

iBank for iPad gets a brand-new redesign for iOS 7 in the latest 2.0 update. Those who purchased earlier versions of the app are able to download the update for free, while new users need to purchase the app for $19.99. The new update makes it easier to browse through custom account books, accessing details on accounts, budgets, transactions, and investments. Users will also find it easier to review trades, positions, history, performance, and more when it comes to investments.

“With this version of iBank for iPad we re-imagined the app for iOS 7 while making it more capable than ever for tracking accounts, budgets and investments on the go. There’s nothing that comes close for mobile money management, on any platform.” said IGG’s president, Ian Gillespie, in a press release.

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OmniFocus 2 for iPhone Review

OmniFocus 2 for iPhone Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
OmniFocus 2 for iPhone is a task management app for people who absolutely need a comprehensive app that can do a lot, even if it can be a bit convoluted.

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Screens – Control Your Computer Remotely is the app that lets users connect to their PC from anywhere in the world. It’s been updated with a cleaner user interface that is influenced by the iOS7 design. This update creates more room for content and makes it easier to connect to computers that are nearby.

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AmpliTube Adds New iOS 7 and Inter-App Audio Support

Posted by on September 24th, 2013
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

AmpliTube, the app that provides you with your own guitar recording studio, gets a new update that adds iOS 7 compatibility and inter-app audio support. Inter-app audio lets audio apps communicate and stream audio from one app to another. The feature is similar to AudioBus, and it allows musicians to use stompbox and amplifier effects during real-time or recorded music sets. Inter-app audio is available on iOS 7 only.

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JamUp Pro XT – Amp Effects Processor is becoming more popular among guitar players as it offers a professional-quality collection of amp and effect models on an iOS platform. It has 46 amp channels, 40 effects, and features multiple packs; including Metal Pack, Metal Signature Pack, Classic Pack, Effect Pack, Bass Pack I, Bass Pack II, and Boutique Pack.

Check out the video below featuring three guitar players from the progressive metal scene, Keith Merrow, Ola Englund, and Jeff Loomis.

AppCooker Adds iPhone 5 Support and Note Taking Capabilities

Posted by on July 18th, 2013
iPad Only App - Designed for iPad

AppCooker – Mockup and Prototype Apps like a Chef! adds iPhone 5 support, notes, and much more in the latest update. Users can now more easily keep track of things while working in AppCooker by taking notes with the app’s notepad. Also, there are new supporting notes that can be added to any screen, adding more context when sharing things with clients and co-workers. There’s much more, so be sure to check out all the latest changes!

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via: Our Review

XCOM titleXCOM: Enemy Unknown has been out on iOS for less than a week, but that didn’t stop it from making a bit of a splash on the App Store. So far it’s taken the number 3 spot for paid iPad apps and number 4 for top-grossing iPad apps, as well as being named Editor’s Choice by Apple on the App Store for the week. It’s a designation that we here at 148Apps wholeheartedly agree with.

During these past few days, the Council has been keeping tabs on all of XCOM’s operations. And in that time they’ve recorded the loss of 143,900 soldiers. Almost 150 thousand lives lost so far, and that’s not counting civilian casualties. However, they’ve also discovered that there have been 1,775,322 x-rays taken down in the process. That roughly averages out to one operative lost for every twelve aliens. While it’s unfortunate that so many have had to sacrifice themselves for the sake of humanity there’s some consolation in knowing that we’re still coming out ahead. There’s definitely a light at the end of the tunnel, but we could all stand to do a little better.

It’s true that only time will tell who will come out on top, but my money is on us. It kind of has to be. But we must all remember not to get too carried away, either. The battle for mankind’s survival is important but there can also be consequences to spending too much time worrying about Sectoids and Mutons, and not enough about work and stuff. It’s all being documented in a new video series – “XCOM: Enemy Unknown Consequences,” the first of which can be seen below.

Just remember, we can and will win this war, but only if all of our operatives play it safe.


$9.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2013-06-20 :: Category: Games

XCOM: Enemy Unknown Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Not only is XCOM: Enemy Unknown one of 2012s best strategy games, it's also one of the most faithful iOS ports I've ever seen.

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2K and Firaxis Games have announced that XCOM: Enemy Unknown will launch on iOS this Thursday, June 20th, for the price of $19.99.

XCOM: Enemy Unknown is set to bring the full console and PC game experience to iOS devices, optimizing it for touchscreen gameplay. It will support GameCenter and iCloud functionality for easy save game transfer between devices. However, it will not include head-to-head multiplayer at launch, although, it will be added at a later date, free of charge.

Is it Thursday yet? :(

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via: 2K Games
Battle Academy Review

Battle Academy Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Battle Academy is a terrifyingly deep and historically accurate turn-based strategy game.

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The New Sunset Western Garden Book Review

The New Sunset Western Garden Book Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Get those green fingers at the ready with this comprehensive e-book type app offering plenty of information on how to form the perfect garden, no matter how small or large your green space is.

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Oddly-named Vizzywig, previously Video Camera, just updated to version 3.0 today in the App Store. One of the killer features here is using the app on an iPad 1, which doesn’t come with a camera, and connecting up to eight separate iPhones to it for multiple camera live editing.

What’s new in Vizzywig 3.0:

• Universal support for iPad
• Native iPhone 5 User Interface
• Load Multiple Clips and Photos In Chosen Order
• Significant Stability Improvements
• Privacy-Lock for Video Sessions
• New Music Backgrounds
• Multi-Camera Live Switching

Play and Record Studio-Quality Music with iLectric Piano

Posted by on February 18th, 2013
iPad Only App - Designed for iPad

IK Multimedia released iLectric Piano, sequel to the iGrand Piano app, with a ton of obsessively sampled electric piano sounds from the history of the instrument. The app also comes with an editor that allows you to edit a number of options including tempo, reverb, overdrive, and 5 modulation effects.

iLectric Piano features:

– 20 world-class, multi-velocity electric piano, electric grand and clavinet instruments (including one by registering)
– Expandable library of 20 additional studio-grade instruments instantly available via in-app purchase
– Intuitive instrument and effect edit controls including 3-band EQ with sweepable mid, overdrive, reverb and choice of 5 modulation effects (chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo and autopan) along with tuning and transpose
– Export performances as audio via E-mail, File Sharing and Audio Copy
– Large visual metronome with variable click volume and adjustable tempo
– Virtual MIDI and MIDI Controller and MIDI Program Change support
– Low-latency for real-time playing
– Up to 48-voice polyphony on the latest devices
– Designed to use with with iRig KEYS portable keyboard and iRig MIDI interface

Things Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Getting things done has never been more intuitive!

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Capo Review

Capo Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Functional and supreme design in one compact musical accessory.

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Diet Coda Review

Diet Coda Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
A great web development tool that's just held back slightly by some minor failings.

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Recently released to the App Store comes MarketShark, a stock market app that doesn’t just provide all the latest price movements but also fundamental analysis of a company’s performance.

It’s a powerful tool, offering information such as value,growth and income investors and dozens of different metrics, along with historical data.

A comprehensive portfolio tracking feature gives users the opportunity to monitor and visualize their portfolio in real-time, helping to pinpoint areas of strength and weakness.

Throughout, all this information is provided in a detailed yet easy to manage way. It’s possible to customize page templates such as liquidity and valuation, sort lists of companies according to any metric requested and a plethora of graphs make it simple to visualize how certain stock is performing. A compare function rounds off the powerful toolset.

MarketShark is an Universal app priced at $19.99.

Check out the video below to see the app in action.

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+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-04-30 :: Category: Finance

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