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New Apple Ad Campaign Not a Winner

top iPad appsThe new Apple ad campaign is not getting the traction that many of Apple’s past ads have accomplished. According to a Bloomberg report the latest installment of Apple ad is falling flat on it’s face with American audiences.

Some of the critics have pointed out that Apple seems less humble in that it brags on its product inventions. The lighting in the ad looks a little dark and does not evoke a lot of joy and good feelings like Apple has offered in the past. Continue reading

Music Tubee for iPad

new ipad music appsWe discovered a cool music iPad app that offers YouTube music videos on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The iPad app is called Music Tubee and is a free YouTube music player app that offers iPad users the top ranked and latest hits of your favorite songs with the Top 100 Charts by country.

What we like about this iPad app is that Music Tubee automatically finds music videos on YouTube. The design of this app is well done and is easy to navigate to the top ranked videos and allows users to listen to the latest songs without making a purchase from the iTunes Music Store. Continue reading

Review: Dirt Busta for iPad

best ipad appsWe recently found a cool new iPad app game that was released on the iTunes app store on April, 19th,2013. The name of this iPad game app is Dirt Busta.  We found this game to one that the whole family could enjoy. The graphics and animated drawings and well done and look really good on the iPad display screen.

The object of this fun game app is to clean each floor by destroying all bugs. But you have to quick because the clock is ticking and you only have 30 seconds. Each of the levels of play offers a different floor that needs to be “cleaned” of the bugs. Although, we did not attempt to achieve all the levels of play for this review we did find the navigation and design to be intuitive and the user interface to work well.
To win at improve your skills at each level you want to are yourself with all the different weapons available for this game. The designers have included lots of incentives for game play as you kill the bugs your receive more points, coins, achievements,  and improve your ranking.

The game is fun and easy to start out with for the beginners but as you advance the difficulty level increases as you become a better player. We really like how the designer gave the bugs different behaviors and strengths.  We think you’ll enjoy this game so go ahead and download it for Free on the iTunes app store by clicking here.

Spoon and The Moon on iBookstore

Top ibooks for iPad The Spoon and the Moon is now on the iBookstore. We wrote about this wonderful iPad book by The Wickedly Sisters’ about a year ago. The Wickedly sisters are a writing duo with over 20 years working as journalists, cartoonists, and illustrators.

The Spoon and the Moon is a multimedia iBook app for iPad with captivating animations, a high quality soundtrack written and performed by musicians from Europe and North America.  Spoon and the Moon is a whimsically risqué fairytale that is an award-winning work.  Wickedly Sisters have created an imaginative story that is fun and clever from start to finish.(screenshot and video after the break) Continue reading

Review: Nature Painter for iPad

Screen Shot 2013-01-11 at 5.40.19 PM One great feature with the iPad tablet is the ability to draw and paint on the touch screen like it is a canvas. With that in mind we’ve found a wonderful educational painting app from the developer Lucky Martian. This iPad app is called Nature Painter. Nature Painter is a world-class digital oil painting simulator that works and looks great on your iPad display.

Nature Painter was developed as a way to take time out and get away from it all and unwind while being creative. The user interface is well designed and we really like the user-friendly tutorials that will guide you through the basics of landscape painting. (Screenshot after the break) Continue reading