You Are Browsing App Reviews From August, 2008
Mobile Phone Telescope is a Neat, if Low-Res, Addition to the iPhone
The Mobile Phone Telescope is a nice add-on to the iPhone and the first of its kind that I've seen.
The equipment consists of two pieces - a clear plastic cover for one side of the phone, and another clear plastic cover connected to a basic telescope for the other side.
Hold On! - The Game You Love to Hate
This game has ZERO learning curve. Just put your finger down and don’t let go. The app keeps track of how long you can keep your finger pressed.
iMprint - approaching new levels of lame
The opening screen of iMprint pretty much speaks for itself:
“The idea of this application is to stare at the optical illusions and pictures for a couple of seconds. After this, you may or may not see the illusion.
Google to Launch Android "Marketplace" -- AppStore Knockoff
According to the Android Developers Blog Google is working on a version of App Store for the Android platform, dubbed the "Android Market". Screen shots indicate that there apps may have access to your GPS location, and there is a mention of background running processes, a feature clearly missing in version 2.0 of iPhone.
A Free Level
I don’t know how many times I’ve needed a level and haven’t had one on hand. It is one of those thing that is usually too big for the toolbox so I don’t often considering buying one.
Ball in a Cup - pretty much is what it is
Simple name, simple game!
I was walking through the airport a while ago and approached the security scan area. I took off my shoes and put my keys and laptop into the gray bin. I proceeded to eat the banana I was carrying and I turned to my right to catch the glimpse of a security guard, who was looking at me and said, “ Sir, you can’t take that though the checkpoint.”
I paused and looked at the banana and looked back at him with a questioned expression.
Constitution - live free
Here are some situations when the Constitution application for your iPhone will come in handy:
1. Skateboarding, need to prove it is not a crime...
2. Poly-sci babes getting crazy on the dance floor, need an opener...
PearMe - pocket memory
Remember the game Memory? Well, PearMe is memory but with pictures instead of drawings.
For some reason I’ve always liked memory type games and pair me is somewhat fun. You just touch your screen to flip a “question mark card” over.
Who is Hot?
"Who is Hot?” takes awkward silences to a new level.
The app basically takes your contact list and tells you where the source of the phone number originated and then grabs the current weather situation and puts that next to the contact name, phone number and city.
Trailers Lite - think "Portable Front Row"
Trailers Lite is like a miniature version of the popular Mac application Front Row.
Since your iPhone doesn’t come equipped with the same multimedia features of your Mac, sometimes you just have to get creative.
Apple Store Credit Unavailable?
Got this when trying to download the free app Hanoi. My credit rating must have taken a swift and substantial turn for the worse.
Shazam - an ear for music
Have you ever been sitting in your car listening to the radio (or better yet, in a coffee shop listening to piped-in Muzak) when a great song, that you don't know the name of, starts to play?
Hanoi - welcome to Zen
I’m not a patient person. I mean, before I go for a car ride, I’ll whine and shake like a nervous poodle with a dog park fetish.
I am always amazed when I meet someone who has perfect “zen”.
Tipper - you may never need to do math again
I have a friend who always tries to get out of paying the tip; I’m usually the one making up for it because I get full and then I get tired. I’m too lazy to be bothered with figuring out the tip - especially if I am eating with many people.
300Bowl is A Lot of Fun
300Bowl, is a fun bowling game that you can play in as little as 5 minutes, but that you will keep on coming back to over and over. The graphics are great, and the sound effects add to a real bowling alley experience.