Keep moving, because it’s time to save your city against the Dragon crime family. You are indeed invincible, especially if you hook up with these two heroes. Ryan and Slash have what it takes with their insane martial arts moves. Step in their shoes, and kick and beat those bad guys like never before with the secret combos.
A thriller of a hidden object game comes to the Mac. Set in a New York City inspired by the movie, Righteous Kill allows gamers to step into the shoes of the dynamic police detective Erica Dean. Investigate the crime scenes and search for clues; it’s time to hunt the vigilante on a killing spree through 70 locations.
Privacy is the best policy when it comes to our iOS devices. Your friends, family, and especially your kids might borrow it to play games and browse photos, videos, and apps. If you have some private stuff you want to keep for yourself, better store them in a safe place. DragNSYNC for iPad can do the trick.
Photo editing apps are trending. Whether you’re into iPhoneography or are an avid fan of special effects, you’ll find tons of stellar and (unworthy) photo editing and collage apps on App Store. But if you’re in dire need of a full-packed professional photo editor, I think you will love PicsPlay Pro.
Can you imagine how the iWatch and iOS Maps will look together? I recently stumbled upon Martin Hajek’s mockup images of the iWatch acting as a support-compass of Apple Maps running on an iPhone. The leather strap looks good, but I think it would be more geeky and techie if the iWatch has a flare of interchangeable sporty straps; not bulky ones like ODM’s, but something similar to what Pebble uses.
Ready for some action-packed games? Quick! Head to the App Store now and download Gameloft’s Gangstar Rio and N.O.V.A. 3 for free for a limited time. These two high-end iOS mobile games are universal apps originally tagged at $4.99 (Gangstar Rio) and $6.99 (N.O.V.A. 3) – you’ll save nearly $12.
It is way past my bedtime, but I’ve been caught off-guard by an addiction Mosaique. This minimalist puzzle game brings you to another dimension of sands and blocks. It’s a must-have game you’ll definitely be fond of.
Apple China sales during the first quarter brought in nearly 7M—largely credited to the lower-priced iPhone 4. But the news isn’t as good worldwide. Samsung is the major mobile phone player, selling a whopping 100 million units, with an overall market share of 23.6%. Nokia has 14.8%, and Apple has 9.0%.
Don’t be deceived! Learn the ropes of the art trade and create your own museum while traveling between seven renowned cities where you’ll find priceless art collections. Just like a professional art dealer, you’ll buy, sell and auction off art in Art Mogul for OS X, a creative mix of simulation and hidden object game.
According to a recent IBISWorld report, the hottest niche this year for business startups is social games. It’s not surprising if you’re a zealous observant of app trends, as an increasing number of social games can be found on the App Store. A good example of the ease of networking with your iOS device for playing with friends and family is Slap it Up. This addictive game is entertaining, interactive, and social-friendly.
Who can resist those round blue eyes and sweet smile? The five-year-old didn’t need to beg so he could play his favorite games on the iPad; daddy graciously handed over his tablet and was clueless of what would happen next. Danny Kitchen of Bristol, England ended up spending the U.S. equivalent of $2,500 on in-app purchases, and the rest was history (or at least news).
Square is known as a mobile payment startup that allows customers to pay for your coffee (for example) with an iPhone app. Since it specializes in helping companies process payments, the company is now taking merchants to the next level with its “business in a box” point-of-sale system that includes an iPad stand, cash drawer, and optional receipt printer.