Password Only provides a secure way to store all of the account information, passwords, and electronic IDs we use in our digital lives. The bonus is that it also provides a way to pass the information on to a trusted person if the need arises.
It’s been ten weeks since the Facebook Paper iOS app launched, so it’s just about the right timing for an update. And it’s a pretty big one, with a slew of new features that aim to make reading updates of your Facebook stream more enjoyable, fruitful and fun. Facebook Paper now stands at v1.1 and is available as a free download from the App Store.
Okay, I know that quote is from the wrong Spider-Man series, but I haven’t seen the new one. I’m sorry. I’m just not that into superhero movies. But I am into superhero video games, and that’s why I want to make sure you know Gameloft has released The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the official game of the forthcoming movie.
First up in the best free apps this week is the latest from the makers of RunKeeper. Yes, it’s another fitness app, but this one is even easier to use and probably a lot more laid back. If you’re looking for a new game to play instead, this week’s list is full of them.
Aspects is a tower defense game in which you summon phantoms to attack your enemies and totems to defend yourself. Play as one of three aspects, each with unique totems that give different strengths and weaknesses as you play against the computer or friends.
If you’ve got an iPhone or an iPad, you’ve got to charge it, right? A great way to do that each night is to dock it with a Lightning compatible clock radio, letting the device serve as both your alarm clock and charging station. iHome has two new products that’ll care of that for you. And if you’re just looking for some Bluetooth audio, they’ve got a new product there, too.
Temple Run 2 (a game of which you may have heard) has been updated with some notable new features, the biggest of which has to be cloud support for iOS devices (Android/Windows will get their update next week). There’s also a new Save Me Wheel and some fun Easter artifacts.
We met David Duncan, co-founder of TAPPD, at Macworld / iWorld 2014. In fact, we filmed an interview with him, then talked about “Australia’s Game” for a while. As fun as that looks, it’s not relevant here, so we’ll stick with TAPPD, your app to help you find good apps, from the sources you trust….because we know you can’t always trust us.
Third Eye Crime is a stealth puzzle game featuring Rothko, a smooth-talking criminal who can telepathically predict what his enemies will do.
I know the names of too many Monster High characters. You kind of have to when you have a 10-year-old daughter…saves a lot of trouble come birthday and Christmastime. You kind of have to also deal with a lot of monster puns, as you’ll seen I quote the press release for Monster High Ghouls and Jewels.
If you want to edit your photos on your iDevice, Facetune may be the tool you need. As the name implies, this was designed with portraits in mind, putting an array of photo editing tools at your fingertips, literally. In your toolbox, you have access to features such as crop, whiten, smooth, details, red eye, defocus, filters, frames, reshape, and patch.
I grew up in Ohio. I live in Ohio once again. And if there’s one thing Ohioans can be proud of, it’s the fact that we’ve got the best roller coaster park in the world in Cedar Point. For everyone else, there’s Roller Coaster Tycoon 4 Mobile, now available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.