Remember that old game where you got to kill by the thousands one quarter at a time? Metal Slug 3 is back baby - and it's ready for iOS.
App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
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If you’re a world traveler (or just wish you were), Small Luxury Hotels of the World is an iPhone app that introduces you to some of the finest hotels planet earth has to offer. Small Luxury Hotels (SLH) is a booking agent that has hotel membership in excess of 500 hotels world-wide.
- Score: 3.5/5
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With the addition of Siri, I've learned to rely more on voice and less on text. The only problem I've had with Siri is that sometimes I have to tweak the speech-to-text results for whatever reason — noise, bad connection, who knows.
There's nothing better than a free app. Check that. There's nothing better than an outstanding app that you've been eying for a while that has just gone free. Appoday, a free app deal of the day service, has partnered with Disney Mobile (via Marvel Entertainment) to make THOR: Son of Asgard free for a limited time.
Two of my best childhood memories include driving down the Pacific Coast from Washington State to California to embark on a magical discovery. Every bit as enchanting as I'd hoped, Disneyland was absolutely amazing—except for the seond time when we went on New Years Eve expecting the place to be vacant.
- Score: 4.5/5
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In today's busy, digital society a calendar app is a necessity to stay organized. Sure, you could keep track of your daily schedule with a paper calendar, but where’s the fun in that? The only problem with digital event management is that it's often fragmented — work events and todos posted one place while social events and birthdays might be posted someplace else.