Welcome to the muck, meet your new buddy, Chuck. Chuck the Muck is sort of a puzzle game. The goal is to use the strings of muck like rubber bands to launch yourself into the air so you can collect the gems hanging around with nothing better to do. The gems you collect can be used for upgrades and to feed Chuck to help him grow.
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch costs $15.99. I know, right? That’s crazy! Except do you know what you get for that $15.99? You get the game, the whole game, and nothing but the game. No extra payment to unlock chapters and characters. No in-app purchases to level up your characters. No ads. For $16, you get Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, and it’s worth getting.
The Karbon SP (“sleek protective”) case for iPhone 5/5s is a two-piece system that provides drop protection with a soft, inner shell made of Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) fitted to an outer hard shell made with Kevlar fibers. Recommended for those who want wrap-around drop and scratch protection, but don’t need a waterproof/total environment case.
Whether you’re getting an iPhone 5/5s this holiday season or giving one, a case is likely going to follow. HardCandy would like for you to consider their HarvestCraft Slider, which is fully compatible with both the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s. Its name may make it sound like it’s out of season, but with a variety of color options which you can change at will, you could find yourself using it year-round.
With Apple’s iOS 7 adoption increasing 74% in recent weeks, it is not surprising that app usage also increased increased in the United States. According to analytics firm Flurry Analytics, iOS app usage increased during Thanksgiving with a whopping 1.2 billion app starts as opposed to roughly 800 million in 2012. This measures every time an app was opened on an iOS device, which can be an awful lot, as you would expect.
I just finished an afternoon of selling Christmas trees, and it was cold. Quite cold. I’m used to that here in beautiful downtown Ohio, but that doesn’t mean my hands have to like it. With only a garbage can fire and a pair of mittens (with my hockey team’s logo, because I’m manly) to keep my hands warm, I decided out there that I need a new pair of gloves. With the Mujjo Double-Layered Knitted Touchscreen Gloves, I’ll get that warmth I want combined with touchscreen usability.
Sure, your iPhone was assembled in China by workers who live on-site in dormitories, but what if it looked like you whittled it yourself out of a chunk of grandpappy’s nappin’ tree? The Wood S case from Evutech combines a wood veneer with Kevlar to give the iPhone a natural look with a moderate amount of protection.
Apple has released an updated version of its Apple Store app with support for iBeacon Systems. The OTA update allows customers to receive location based information about Apple’s products when they are in close proximity to or inside of one of the company’s retail stores. The app utilizes the Bluetooth Low Energy profile on all of the new iOS devices and then connects with physical transmitters that are placed inside of the store.
This week on the Free Apps Roundup: Younity can solve your missing file woes by connecting your computer and iOS devices, as long as you have an internet connection. If you like to collect images, you’re going to love Ember. It’s an app that can store all of your images and sync them between your iOS devices and Mac computers. Plus, I found tons of other great free apps this week, including Bejeweled. You know you want to download that.
Power Practical is a Salt Lake City based group that has the most interesting and definitely the most electrifying cooking pots you’re likely to come across. The PowerPot X and PowerPot XL and cooking pots not only convert your noodles into dinner, they’ll convert heat into power. That’s right, you can plug your iPhone into this pot. Both pots can produce 10 watts of power under optimal conditions. That’s enough to recharge an iPad or two iPhones at once.
You must choose, but choose wisely…it’s time to defend your realm, hero. Actually, it’s the Eternian realm, but you can do the fighting. Celestials AOS: Eternian Chronicle is a action/adventure RPG with the usual goal in mind—destroy the bad guys and defend the good guys. Before you get started, you will need to choose your race, your hero, and several other things.
There always seems to be problems with the new features Apple introduces, and even though the company usually manages to get past it, it does cause some amount of buzz before going away. The latest issue appears to be with the Touch ID feature in the iPhone 5s, with many users complaining that the accuracy of the fingerprint sensor reportedly decreases over time.