We found a fun iPad app game that was released yesterday on the iTunes App Store. The game is called Tiny Owls by the developer games2be. The Tiny Owls app for iPad comes in a free and paid version with the paid version offering you more levels of play. We found this game to be enjoyable for young children(4 and up) as well as adults.
One of the first things that will jump out to you when you first tap to open this game app is the exceptional graphics that are designed in 3D. The developers have put a lot of thought into making this app a pleasing experience for iPad user. The ease of navigation is a good feature which takes advantage of tilt controls and one-touch game play. There are over 60 levels in the paid version so you’ll have plenty of hours of immersive game play. (Video demo after the break) Continue reading
The 2012 Olympics are only a few weeks away and there’s an app for that too. NBC Olympics Live Companion app will serve as a display for stats and other details so users have a full access of streaming live Olympic updates to watch alongside live TV coverage.
The NBC Olympics Live Extra app will serve up live-streaming video to on-the-go Olympic watchers and viewers can watch multiple camera angles in the London events. (video after the break) Continue reading
We wanted to share with you a brand new iPad app from JoyTunes, the developers of RecorderMaster! The name of this new iPad app is called Piano Dust Buster which transforms piano practice into a fun experience. The developers have really hit a homerun with the design of this new app. When you first open the app you’ll immediately begin playing piano on this iPad app or you can use your actual piano to integrate in with real piano practice. We really like the graphics and the creative concept of when players play the correct note in this app the granny character hits it with her dust buster…thus the app name- Piano Dust Buster.
We think you’ll enjoy how the Piano Dust Buster app allows you to play the notes using an onscreen piano keyboard or you can play with your own piano. Germ Attack and Staff Master are the 2 game modes that turn piano practice into a fun game. In Germ Attack players play a note as it reaches a specific rhythm line. The note comes down over the key on the onscreen keyboard making it easy to see what to play. Points are earned and the Germ Attack tracks high scores and integrates with Game Center. (screenshot and video demo after break) Continue reading
If you are productivity junkie or just want to keep better track of all your “to do” list items we’ve found a new app by Braininstock that was just released on February 29th that we have for review. This app is called To Do Checklist and it is universal and work on iOS devices. I’ve been using the GTD method of keeping organized and clear minded in my daily work flow. This iPad app allows you to create different categories for your lists which I really like and is a must. You can set reminders for each of your tasks through the built in notification center.
The interface of the To Do Checklist app is clean and easy to navigate. The developers of this iPad app have done a nice job with including preset category lists as well as with a simple tap setting up your own customized new category list. Easily add contact information to your tasks with the integration of your address book built-in to this app. Continue reading
We found an iPad app that will keep your children entertained as students and sharpen their math skills all at the same time. The app is called Answer 2 Equations and we see this app being useful for students, parents and really anyone who want to learn and sharpen their math skills. This iPad app offers a no matter what your age this math app offers a challenging level of difficulty and has struck a balance between doing math and having fun in a game-like format. Answer 2 Equations offers you robust math problems to solve using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The game is set up so that you have more than 60 total math cards to select from.(5 sets of cards numbered 1 thru 12. ). There are 4 levels of play which are: easy, Ambitious, Challenging, and Mind-blowing. (screenshots after the break) Continue reading