Karelia Software’s website building software Sandvox has been embracing the Mac only since its initial release, and now it has expended to embrace the Retina display. With a simple check of a box, web developers can present high-resolution images to website visitors using Retina display Macs.
“Over 400 levels of mental addiction” sounds more like a diagnosis to me than a promotional point, but that’s how 2GMG advertises Blaster X HD. Accurate? I can’t verify the 400 levels just yet, but the mental addiction part is spot-on in this exceptionally unique and quite gorgeous arcade puzzler.
Truth be told, I don’t know much about MT, but the game broke into the App Store’s top 10 paid games on its launch week, has more than 6 million active users in Asia, and was declared “both addictive and fun” by Forbes. Originally $0.99, I am MT: Card Battle is now available for free, albeit with plenty of in-app purchase opportunities. Here’s what’s worthy of note, though…
If Adobe’s move to Creative Cloud only software rentals has you seeking alternatives to Photoshop, you can get some of that functionality back with BatchPhoto v3.7. This all-in-one photo manipulation tool from Bits&Coffee allows users to edit, resize, convert, watermark, and rename every image in the group with a single operation.
You’ve got AppleTell with you on your computer, and you have us on your phone, but you don’t have us with you in your car…until now. Tonight, AppleTell debuts its new AppleTell All Night podcast, taking the week’s biggest news and the feature content from our website and delivering it directly to your earballs.
Kids these days sure do love their social media, and we love it, too. That’s why TechnologyTell is now on Instagram, bringing you a photographic look at the products we review in our offices, the tech we see on the street, and the gadgets we preview on expo show floors. It’s a great way to get our unique vision of the products and news we cover, and to find your way to our highlighted content.
From the first aluminum frame case I reviewed for the iPhone, I’ve had two main complaints—difficulty in getting your phone in and out of the frame, and the inability to dock your phone while it’s in the frame. Lately, some unique designs have solved one or the other. The Just Mobile AluFrame for iPhone 5 is the first I’ve tried that solves both.
These aren’t old games updated for new devices, mind you. They’re Mac OS Classic games updated for OS X in their original pixelated glory. You don’t just play them, you celebrate them! For these are the games that kept the Macintosh alive during the dark, dark ’90s, games about defending castles, blowing up marching bands, and looking for love in all the wrong places.
That’s because it’s a social game for iOS, but you’d expect nothing less from Zynga, right? The next game in what I’ve now learned is the “With Friends” series, Running With Friends is a social, endless runner game set in Pamplona, Spain, home of the Running of the Bulls Festival. Whether it’s more important to outrun the bulls or your friends is entirely up to you.
If you’re the type of person who drives around town assigning point values to animals and pedestrians, you scare me. Seriously. I’m genuinely frightened of you. So, to get you off the road for a while, I want to make sure you know that Stainless Games is making Carmageddon available for free for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Get it and stay on the couch until I’m home from work, please.