There are over half a million apps on the App Store. That's great for consumers, except for sifting through the bad ones, but for developers it's creating fierce competition. Now, it's not enough to just launch an app and hope it does well.
App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
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At its core, Dark Summoner is a social online game that allows players to battle against each other with monsters in a dark fantasy world. It features there guilds at war who receive certain bonus depending on the type of monster.
Ttursas Ltd.’s series of four different physics-based, shape-stacking puzzle games for iPhone, iPad and Touch began with Perfect Balance: Harmony and concluded with Lost Trials. These solitaire apps have now been consolidated into a single app with the appropriate title of Perfect Balance Collection.
One of the top apps on the App Store, DragonVale has made hatching and caring for adorable dragons one of the most addictive games available. Set on a magical island with wizards, the game gives you the task of building the best Dragon Park around.
If you’re tired of birds – even the cool ones – and are seeking a physics-based rescue game starring a different kind of critter, then Turtle’s Tale: Runaway may have a place in your game library.
If you’re interested in fitness and nutrition, and more specifically building up six pack abs, then Sports Performance Factory has recently released Jeff Cavaliere’s 6 Pack Promise for iPhone.