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NHL 2K Review

NHL 2K Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
After three years away, the NHL 2K brand returns to mobile. Can it live up to the advancements made in its absence or will it be left chasing the puck?

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Fantastical 2 for iPad Has Been Updated and is on Sale.

Posted by on October 29th, 2014
iPad Only App - Designed for iPad

Fantastical 2 for iPad, by Flexibits Inc, is a great calendar app for iOS. Recently it was updated include widgets and app extensions to make it easier to use.

Now, using the Today widget, you can view your calendar and event list in Notification Center. The app also allows you to create events or reminders from selected text in extension-enabled apps, making it faster and simpler to add things to your calendar. Flexibits has also fixed some bugs and added interactive notifications.

Fantastical 2 is currently 20% off for a limited time, on sale for $7.99.

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via: Our Review

2K announced today that they are bringing NHL 2K to iOS this fall. The game has received a graphics boost and 2K has added a bunch of new features.

NHL 2K includes Classic game modes, NHL Winter Classic, Free Skate and Shootout, as well as the new My Career mode. There is also a new three-on-three competitive Mini-Rink game, allowing players to challenge their friends in a turn-based shootout. The game will have live roster updates so players can routinely customize their team.

NHL 2K will integrate MFi Controller compatibility, NHL GameCenter LIVE connectivity, and iCloud support and is set to be priced at $7.99.

Keep an eye out and your opponent checked, because NHL 2K will be available on the App Store later this fall.

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KEMCO’s RPG Band of Monsters Goes Free for a Limited Time

Posted by on July 22nd, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

To celebrate RPG Machine Knight hitting over 1,000,000 downloads on Google Play, KEMCO has made RPG Band of Monsters free on the App Store for a limited time only. Not bad, eh?

The game is all about a young monster tamer called Zara who meets a mysterious girl named Fene, before getting caught up in a battle against evil and forbidden powers.

Instead of its usual price of $7.99, it’ll cost you absolutely nothing, so it’s the ideal time to check it out.

Take a look at the trailer below for more of an idea of what RPG Band of Monsters is like.

Trainz Simulator 2 Review

Trainz Simulator 2 Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Train driving is a niche interest, but Trainz Simulator 2 does it justice.

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Atlus has announced that its cult classic first-person RPG title, Shin Megami Tensei, has been translated into English for the first time, and is due out soon for iOS devices.

The game is a delightfully retro-ish looking title, and involves the collection of demons that can be summoned to fight in battles that make up a good portion of the game. In the end, the future of the world is at stake.

For folks who cut their teeth gaming in the early 90s, Shin Megami Tensei will be an exciting blast from the past; it is due out on the App Store for $7.99 on March 18.

via: Atlus Website

InFocus Pro Update Gives Users the Ability to Add New Calendars and Create Custom Background Images for Them

Posted by on January 29th, 2014
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

InFocus Pro – Calendar, To Do, Notes & Projects All-in-One Organizer gets an update that comes with many changes and fixes for iOS 7. Users now have the ability to hide and add calendars, and can customize the background of a calendar with a picture of their choice. The update also gives users the ability to add tabs and sort the order in the To Do section.

The Shadow Sun Review

The Shadow Sun Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The Shadow Sun is a bit awkward to play and needs some polishing, but look beyond that and it’s actually an incredibly competent action-RPG.

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Final Fantasy IV Goes on Sale for Limited Time Only, Available for $7.99

Posted by on October 30th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Final Fantasy IV is on sale! Final Fantasy IV is on sale! It’s now 50% off, reducing the price from $15.99 to $7.99. The iOS version features 3D graphics, a difficulty adjustment for improved gameplay, game center support, and plenty of achievements for unlocking. The sale goes from now until November 12th, so head on over to the App Store and start hanging out with Cecil. He’s cool!

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Dragon Fantasy Gets a New 16-bit Graphical Upgrade, Adds New Dungeons and Achievements in Latest Update

Posted by on October 30th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Who just loves better graphics? Well, Dragon Fantasy has made improvements on its visuals by going from 8-bit to 16-bit graphics. Amazing! The latest update also adds brand-new sounds, dungeons, and achievements for players to earn. Now go check out its 16-bits of hotness!

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NBA 2K14 Review

NBA 2K14 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Just when you think the NBA 2K series can't get any worse on iOS, they go and totally outdo themselves... and not in a good way either.

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Final Fantasy Tactics Launches A Tactical Upgrade and Price Drop

Posted by on June 6th, 2013
iPad Only App - Designed for iPad

Square Enix has updated Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions, adding new artwork and iCloud support. Pocket Gamer reports that Square Enix has redrawn all of the unit graphics in high resolution and has optimized the game’s drawing processes for mobile devices. To go along with the update is a 50% discount on both the iPhone and iPad version of the game, dropping the prices from $18 to $8.99 on the iPad, and from $16 to $7.99 on the iPhone.

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source: Pocket Gamer
Shredder Chess for iPad Review

Shredder Chess for iPad Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Hone your chess skills in this brilliant chess game designed to teach you how to improve.

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Cooking Basics Review

Cooking Basics Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Don't know the difference between tossing and stirring? Cooking Basics has you covered, and will teach you a ton more about cooking!

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New Parents Can Gain Confidence With Ready, Set, Baby!

Posted by on March 21st, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Ready, Set, Baby! The Watch and Learn Guide to Your Baby’s First Year is an app for new parents that will guide them to becoming more informed and confident with their newborn. Ready, Set, Baby! features five childcare experts along with an award-winning author and also includes 80 how-to videos, slideshows and an interactive guided tour that give you the keys to raising a happy and healthy baby.

SyncSpace Review

SyncSpace Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
SyncSpace is a an app for drawing and collaborating with other users over local wifi or the internet.

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1Password Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
1Password is the one and only password and information manager anyone could need.

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1Password 4 Updates In The App Store With iCloud, Dropbox, Secure Browser Support

Posted by on December 13th, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad


Popular password manager 1Password updated today to version 4.0.2, bringing iCloud and Dropbox support, a secure browser, and a Universal app. Purchase it for 50 percent off the normal price today, and install it on all your iOS devices to create and manage passwords, website browsing, and secure data.

Every day there are new passwords to remember. They are often forgotten. Using weak passwords or re-using them makes it easy to remember, but criminals love it when you do this. 1Password solves all these problems.

✓ Generate strong, unique passwords for every site
✓ Protect your data behind a single Master Password
✓ Secure with military grade 256-bit AES encryption
✓ Cryptographic operations use standard iOS libraries to ensure no security gaps or backdoors
✓ Auto-Lock keeps your data protected even if your device is lost or stolen

source: AgileBits Website
NBA 2K13 Review

NBA 2K13 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Despite bring adding a unique new mode, once again technical issues hold the NBA 2K franchise back from running away with the competition.

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Fieldrunners 2 HD Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Fieldrunners 2 HD on the iPad is the definitive game in the series. The new towers are nice, but the true joy here is the big screen.

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Developer Spotlight: Six To Start

We’ve looked at some pretty intriguing games from Mojo Bones and Simogo, but this time round, it’s the turn of a more exercise-focused app developer in the form of Six To Start.

What is Six To Start?: Six To Start describes itself as next-gen storytellers. Made up of a variety of different staff from backgrounds as diverse as the theatre and neuroscience, the company works on online games, as well as apps for iOS, each with the focus on storytelling as well as providing memorable experiences. One glance at the team page on the company site ably demonstrates just how varied skillsets the team offer.

What is Six To Start most famous for?
Zombies, Run! One of the most successful Kickstarter projects in recent times, Zombies, Run! manages to make running (or walking) fun by adding a zombie twist to proceedings. Stick your headphones in as you run and an immersive audio adventure kicks in, distracting you from the aches and pains as well as telling a fantastic story, courtesy of award-winning novelist Naomi Alderman.

What’s next on the horizon?
There’s been a steady stream of new content for Zombies, Run! since it launched earlier this year but CEO Adrian Hon has promised us that a new app, Zombies, Run! 5k Training, will be out in the near future, aimed directly at beginner runners. New updates for Zombies, Run! will continue, also.

Anything else I should know about Six To Start?
Yup! We asked Adrian Hon how Zombies, Run! came about.

148apps: What was the inspiration behind creating Zombies, Run?

Adrian: It came from a couple of places – I’ve been a runner for a long time now, but it didn’t come naturally! I only really got into it with the help of gadgets like the Garmin Forerunner GPS watch, which at least helped you see how much you were improving. The problem was that they didn’t make running any more interesting or fun, and even when GPS tracking apps became commonplace, no-one seemed to be making running games for smartphones, so it was something that I’ve wanted to do for some time.

The other half of the inspiration came from our co-creator and writer Naomi Alderman, who fairly recently joined a running club. When they asked people why they’d joined, some people said ‘to get fit’, others ‘to lose weight’, but one person said, ‘to survive the zombie apocalypse’! We put two and two together, and that’s where Zombies, Run! came from!

148apps: What’s your favourite thing about iOS development?

Adrian: There’s a lot to like – the solid development environment, the consistency across devices (although the iPhone 5 does make our life a little more difficult!), the comparative smoothness of publishing on iTunes Connect, and the absolutely massive potential audience. It’s not perfect, but it’s very good.

Where can I find out more about Six To Start?
Quite a few places. The Six To Start website is a good starting place, there’s also the Twitter page. For more zombie based updates, check out the official Zombies, Run! website and its Twitter account. And, of course, we’ll keep you informed on any updates and the progress of Zombies, Run! 5k Training

$3.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2012-02-27 :: Category: Healthcare & Fitness

San Juan Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The card game variant of big box board game Puerto Rico outshines its big brother in many respects.

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Murky Reef 1st – 2nd Grade Reading, Science and Math Review

Murky Reef 1st – 2nd Grade Reading, Science and Math Review

Murky Reef 1st - 2nd Grade Reading, Science and Math is a great app to teach core curriculum in a way quite engaging.

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Puerto Rico HD Review

Puerto Rico HD Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
German-boardgame-meets-iPad in an excellent translation.

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Video recording apps are far from uncommon on the App Store. Video recording apps that allow users to control and record with up to 8 devices, all from one single device? Now that’s pretty special.

That’s also exactly what Video Camera offers. Besides many other great features, it lets the user connect and simultaneously record from up to eight devices, all linked across Wi-Fi.

For the aspiring film director, this is a great way of capturing all the action from numerous different angles. Film students will love this but so will people that just want to capture every adorable moment of their wedding or holiday. It’s impressive stuff.

Video Camera doesn’t lack other great features either, offering high resolution video recording and plenty of import/export options for the experienced video editing. Pretty much everything that needs to be done with video editing can be done via the app.

It’s clever stuff from Video Camera and the best part is that it’s currently free! Its normal price is $7.99, an ideal price for such a feature rich app.

$29.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-01-25 :: Category: Photography

Zombies, Run! Review

Zombies, Run! Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Run along with a story of survival during a zombie apocalypse and out run zombie hordes while helping other survivors.

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Prompt Review

Prompt Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Panic's Prompt offers server administrators a windows into their networks right from an iPhone, iPad or even iPod touch. Offering customisable keys and support for Bluetooth keyboards, Prompt is ideal for road warriors.

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Developer Two Lives Left (no relation to Tilt to Live developer One Man Left) has introduced an iPad app for those budding programmers out there.

Codify is an app that is based on the Lua programming language, and is designed for users to be able to easily set up and use projects on their iPad. This is not meant to be a compiler for large-scale projects, nor is it meant to be a Lua compiler for iPad, as projects are currently limited to the iPad alone. However, it provides an introduction to programming, with visual tools that can be used to help make a simple project easily.

The app comes with sample projects to explore, sample graphics to use in projects, and the ability to intelligently interact with code in ways that aren’t quite available with just a standard Lua editor. This is an interesting option for people looking to get their hands dirty with actual programming, but in a much simpler and friendlier environment.

$9.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2011-10-26 :: Category: Productivity

Perhaps not quite as prominant amongst the plethora of iOS5 offerings is that of Newsstand providing what is, basically, iBooks for magazines and newspapers. One such magazine that has taken advantage of such a feature is that of music publication SPIN Play, providing news and reviews from SPIN.com.

SPIN is renowned for offering plenty of fascinating music based content through the website and magazine. This edition allows users to watch and listen to artists and their work as they read articles about them.

Individual issues are priced at $1.99 each with an annual subscription priced at $7.99. Each issue offers over 60 streaming songs and over 30 streaming videos to add the interactive touch to the reading experience.

AirPlay support has also been provided with the potential to view the dozens of exclusive video interviews and performances either through the app or via an AirPlay supported device.

Together, it should provide the most immersive experience yet for music fans who also want the enjoyment of a magazine aimed at their interests.

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iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2011-03-14 :: Category: Music

Cinderella – Nosy Crow animated picture book Review

Cinderella – Nosy Crow animated picture book Review

Cinderella - Nosy Crow animated picture book is a wonderful re-telling of this classic story with many delightful interactions.

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