Another week has flown by and we’re creeping near to the end of July already. So what better way than to spend a few minutes in your Friday before the weekend than by checking out our Five For Friday? It’s the ideal source of apps and games you might have missed out on over the past seven days.
The Tour De France is capturing the attention of many a cycling fan and while many will be partaking in real life cycling, CRC Pro-Cycling offers the fun of racing in game form. Recognizing the importance of hydration, the game isn’t just about cycling fast but also by keeping thirsty at bay, also. It’s a pleasant change of pace from the usual racing titles.
Released: 2012-07-18 :: Category: Games
NASA Science: A Journey of Discovery
Space is a fascinating part of science and what better source than NASA itself to inform you on latest developments? The app keeps users up to date on all the latest from NASA’s Science Missions, such as the spacecraft, instruments used, data and various other things to be learnt. With a stylish user interface, it’ll hook space fans.
Released: 2012-07-14 :: Category: Education
Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
On the lighter end of the educational scale, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! teaches its users about some fascinating and often entertaining facts. The app hooks up with the Ripley’s museums and books, unlocking further content, plus there’s a guide to all the attractions across the world.
Released: 2012-07-15 :: Category: Entertainment
We’ve all been running late at some point and wanted to inform loved ones of the fact. Twist makes it all the simpler, accurately calculating your arrival time and privately sharing it with those who matter. It should mean that people will never need worry about how late someone’s going to be again, providing they have this app, of course!
Released: 2012-03-17 :: Category: Navigation
Popset is a new photo sharing app. Offering filters and an easy way to share with friends, it doesn’t sound overly different from what’s already out there. The crucial difference here is that it makes it possible to group photos easily, as well as share entire sets to Facebook with a single tap. It’s a great idea for regular snappers.