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App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
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Health and fitness is pretty important if you don’t want to die. It is nice to have this body mass indicator app on your iPhone so that you might live a little longer.
BMIapp is pretty handy to keep yourself in check.
Ok well, this is Tic Tac Toe. That’s it.
I’m not entirely sure who would love to sit and play Tic Tac Toe for a long time or even feel the need to have it on their iPhone taking up space.
I think you will enjoy this game if you like playing Tic Tac Toe.
- Score: 2.5/5
- 9 responses
"Now Playing", formerly known as "Box Office" is a bad version of "Movies", the app we reviewed earlier today by Jeff Grossman.
Unlike Movies, the interface is un-inspiring and cluttered. The app does not even make use of the iPhone GPS; you are required to enter you zip code, old school.
- Score: 4.0/5
- 4 responses
The new Movies app was written by Jeffrey Grossman, a college sophomore, and was sold to the online movie website Flixster for an undisclosed sum last week. It is one slick app.
What separates Movies from some of the other apps in this category is the attention to detail.
iMaze is actually pretty fun. I was surprised.
I’ve complained in an earlier post about actually mechanical games like this. But, for some reason, the iPhone version is fun.
The game is just like a marble maze.