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By Simon Burns On 20 Nov, 2015 At 10:32 AM | Categorized As Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

TVShows has to be added to the increasingly long list of hidden gems on iOS. Available for iPhone and iPad from the Apple iTunes App Store, this great little app will be an essential download for all the TV addicts out there. If you have ever ‘binge watched’ a TV series, then this app is for […]


By Simon Burns On 2 Nov, 2015 At 12:59 PM | Categorized As Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

iBouquiniste, available for iPhone (version reviewed) and iPad through the Apple iTunes App Store, and also for OS X in the Mac App Store, is an excellent e-book reader that does just about everything you could want it to do, all with a decent level of class and polish. The app is available in two […]


By Simon Burns On 21 Oct, 2015 At 10:17 PM | Categorized As Featured Reviews, Reviews, Windows Phone | With 0 Comments

Zatch is a great addition for Windows 8 and 10, and is a good service, both for users and developers. The app is designed to be a supplement to the built-in Microsoft store, and gives another option for users to use to find decent games, by stripping away all the dross out there. Zatch is […]


By Simon Burns On 19 Oct, 2015 At 02:28 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Featured Reviews, Reviews | With 0 Comments

With texting and messaging’s popularity growing at an exponential rate, especially on mobile and tablet devices, there has never been a more important time for implementing a high level of security in messaging apps and features. VIPole tackles the problem of mobile messaging security head on with an app that is designed, from the ground […]


By Simon Burns On 12 Oct, 2015 At 01:24 PM | Categorized As Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

Keen eyed readers may notice that we have covered WutzWhere before. You can take a look at my original WutzWhere iPhone Review here, where the app scored a very respectable 88%. I liked the fact that it was one of only very few apps that actually covered my local area, in addition to providing some features […]


By Simon Burns On 6 Oct, 2015 At 01:55 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Featured Reviews, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Fight Kub is a 2-4 player all action fighting game that feels like a cross between Smash Bros and Worms. The fighting style comes from Smash and the shooting mechanic feels like Worms. The look of the game is clearly inspired by Minecraft, but that is where the similarities end, as Fight Kub is all […]


By Simon Burns On 1 Oct, 2015 At 04:46 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Yabb, available for both Android(version reviewed) and iOS, from the Google Play store and the Apple iTunes App Store respectively, is an excellent all round messaging app that offers far deeper features than a lot of other, similar apps. The app starts off by getting you to register with your mobile number, which is an […]


By Simon Burns On 14 Aug, 2015 At 12:51 PM | Categorized As Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

You can never have too much security, so they say. That may seem like a ridiculous sentiment, but with hackers and viruses getting ever more clever and ever more complicated, in addition to technology taking on a far more important and personal role in all our lives, security is now at the forefront of everyone’s […]


By Simon Burns On 6 Aug, 2015 At 03:27 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured Reviews, Reviews | With 0 Comments

I love it when a game comes along and surprises me. If you just looked at the app icon, you would think this just another Minecraft clone but with a car theme, but nothing could be further from the truth. Blocky Cars Online is a mix of the vehicle building element from Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and […]


By Simon Burns On 6 Aug, 2015 At 03:20 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured Reviews, Reviews | With 0 Comments

There has been a deluge of strategy games on Android in the last couple of years. The problem is, most of them are simple clones of Clash of Clans and are not true strategic games, with very limited control over units offered and social elements that, while good, never give you enough true communication. Invasion: […]


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