Watercolors may sound like an app that you install to let your child craft their next crude masterpiece for you, but in reality it’s a puzzle game that uses a clever blend of color mixing and increasingly complicated maze structures to form a unique experience in the crowded puzzler space.
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In our lives, we spend 2-3 years of our life time waiting. Not doing anything else, just waiting. But imagine if you were able to use those times to relieve a bit of stress? Just carving out small blocks of your time to help unwind and let your stress go. That’s where great games like ... Read More »
I’ll review a camera app, I said. It’ll be easy. I take tons of pictures all the time. Except, it turns out I really don’t know much about cameras or taking pictures. I guess I’m the kind of guy that just points, clicks, and hopes Google+ will make my picture pretty after it gets uploaded. ... Read More »
Over the past few months I’ve been curiously tinkering with Hashable, a interesting new tool for managing who you’re meeting with and introducing. The service allows you to log real world interactions in a number of ways. Android users could log a connection with a specifically crafted tweet, by sending an email, or by entering ... Read More »
I guess I should start the review by disclosing that I’ve never even seen BBM. As many of you know, BBM is short for BlackBerry Messenger. It’s supposedly one of the best features BlackBerry offers. I know this not because anyone I know actually owns a BlackBerry, but because of all the comments I see ... Read More »
It’s been difficult for me over the past month or so not to renew my childhood excitement about soccer–or football as you non-US folks like to call it. Growing up, I played soccer for years and years and up until 2004 I owned just about every reputable soccer video game ever created (in fact, you ... Read More »
It’s maybe fitting that I’m writing this review to the start of the Argentina vs. Germany game, with the loved (and hated) vuvuzela in the background. The first thing I thought when writing the SlingPlayer release article last week was how great it would be to be able to watch the World Cup ... Read More »
ESPN is by far the most recognized name in sports. Until this month, ESPN’s presence on the Android platform has been limited to a few knock-off applications that have not filled the void the lack of ESPN has left for us sports lovers. Fear not, my athletic (or athleticism-appreciating) brethren, the excruciating wait is over…sort of.
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My first official Android App Smackdown as an Android and Me staffer will be pitting two cloud file sharing apps – Dropbox and Zumodrive – against each other to see which is worthy of being called THE file sharing app for Android. We will focus on the initial setup on your PC, and how well ... Read More »
As a business professional in my day job as well as an MBA student, I always enjoy having the opportunity to write up a release note or a review of an application that is aimed at the business world. Earlier today we received a note from Zendesk, an IT helpdesk management software company, who have ... Read More »