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By Simon Burns On 30 Jul, 2016 At 09:12 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Paperbloxx, available for iPhone and iPad through the Apple App Store, is a new take on Tetris that adds a colour based element to the gameplay and features decent stylings, excellent sonics and added Game Center functionality. Paperbloxx is very similar to Tetris, in the way that you have to rotate vertically falling shapes to […]


By Simon Burns On 27 Jul, 2016 At 03:01 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Redstone Uprising, available for Android through the Google Play store, is an excellent and thrilling battle-style game that has a surprisingly deep battle system and plenty of content. The game is a battler, and allows you to pick up to five heroes from a pool of fifty. The heroes have a wide variety characteristics and […]


By Simon Burns On 27 Jul, 2016 At 03:22 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Featured Reviews, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Ever since the days where Tamogatchi dominated toy stores around the world, the idea of virtual pets has really clicked with children and adults, with the lure of getting to look after a super cute pixellated pet attracting the interest of millions. Smartphones have allowed the idea to really breath, with pets that can now […]


By Simon Burns On 25 Jul, 2016 At 01:56 PM | Categorized As Android, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Becoku, available for Android through the Google Play store, is a nifty puzzle game that is presented in a classical style and provides and series of through head scratchers that are fiendish yet surprisingly fair. The game is set on a board of initially blank squares, with the idea being to fill them all up. Touching […]


By Simon Burns On 19 Jul, 2016 At 05:10 PM | Categorized As Android, Reviews | With 0 Comments

San Pio In the World, available for Android through the Google Play store, is a comprehensive app that is designed around guiding pilgrims and tourists around The Sanctuary, dedicated to the life and teachings of Padre Pio, or San Pio. The app is very similar to the Website available, but offers few more features that […]


By Simon Burns On 14 Jul, 2016 At 10:38 AM | Categorized As Android, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Grand Gin Rummy is a sumptuous modern take on the classic American card game, with excellent social features, online multiplayer and plenty to do for the lone player. The game is set in a 1920s ‘Grand’ hotel, with all the trimmings and style that brings with it. The characters, backgrounds and general design of the […]


By Simon Burns On 13 Jul, 2016 At 01:18 PM | Categorized As Android, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Moneymailme, available for Android through the Google Play store, is an interesting and unique mix of instant messaging and mobile banking. Now, that may seem like an odd coupling, but it actually makes great sense, especially as it has been implemented very well here. The app allows you to create an account very easily, and […]


By Simon Burns On 11 Jul, 2016 At 01:09 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

We recently reviewed the Android version of Tictures, and as the app is now available for iPhone and iPad we thought we would take a quick look at how the iOS version stacks up. You can find the entire Android review here, Tictures Android, but here is a small snippet to give you an idea […]


By Simon Burns On 11 Jul, 2016 At 01:56 PM | Categorized As Android, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Snot & Fluff may just be the best looking children’s story we have yet seen here at The Smartphone App Review, with simply stunning artwork that will pull your child into a weird and wonderful world, with plenty to interact with and find, all wrapped up in a sweet and funny moral based story. We […]


By Simon Burns On 11 Jul, 2016 At 12:00 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Rawr Messenger represents an underused method of chat on mobile, and brings a whole new dimension to chat rooms. 3D avatars are the order of the day here, and luckily, they are done really well in Rawr. Looking very much like Microsoft’s Xbox Avatars, these 3D characters are far more involved and central to the […]


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