Tiny Mammal, the developers that created the “artful” weather app for iPhone and touch recently released an update that includes full iPad support. To celebrate, Weather Doodle is available in the App Store on all devices for the sale price of .99 until May 23.
App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
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As a society, we're enthralled with video. In fact, YouTube exceeded 2 billion video views per day in May 2010 and there are 24 hours of video uploaded every minute. However, every video is not a must see epic blockbuster.
Featured in the App Store as a current top paid app and receiving rave reviews, Foodies is worthy of its “sweet” accolades. A unique game taking a different approach to touch screen control, Foodies features “Snacky Sam,” an adorable orange blob engaging in the deadly sin of gluttony.
- Score: 5.0/5
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I think we can all agree that the iPad and now iPad 2 have brought us into the next-generation of mobile computing. Now, the power-packed iOS device is revolutionizing children's storytime and companies such as zuuka and its publishing label iStoryTime are fast tracking the process with blockbuster movie storybooks such as Kung Fu Panda 2.
- Score: 4.5/5
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Between booking accommodations, packing and somehow making it through airport security, traveling can become very stressful and that's before you even reach your destination. Once you do arrive, you now have to make the most of it so you'll have stories and pictures for your envious friends.
- Score: 4.5/5
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Remember wacky wall-walkers? Telling as this question is, it is the first thing that came to mind when playing Squibble – a relatively new 2D platformer built with handheld intuitiveness for easy play.