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By Simon Burns On 4 Feb, 2018 At 08:05 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured Reviews, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Call Predictor, from developer Qware and available for Android phones and tablets from the Google Play store, is a clever and interesting app that claims to be able to predict what calls you are likely to receive on any given day. The app dos this by analysing the call history on your phone for the […]

By Simon Burns On 20 Apr, 2015 At 11:12 AM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Featured Reviews, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Sometimes, we get to review an app that is very hard to find fault with, that has so little to criticise that it becomes difficult to mention any negatives, as there are none. Rounds is one such app. A video chat app at its heart, Rounds does just about everything you would want an app […]

By Simon Burns On 10 Oct, 2012 At 09:14 PM | Categorized As Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Credit Call for iPhone is an app that allows you to use Credit Call as a second phone provider, and routes your calls through their system, instead of your usual provider. It isn’t a VOIP solution, as there are already way too many of them on the market. Think of the prepay cards you can […]

By Simon Burns On 10 Jan, 2012 At 11:43 AM | Categorized As Android, iPad, iPhone, News | With 0 Comments

Activision have launched an app for their Call of Duty Elite service. The app is designed for the iPhone and iPod Touch, and although it does work for iPad is has, rather disappointingly not been coded for it. The app allows you to pug in to most of the main functions of the Call of […]

By Simon Burns On 6 Dec, 2011 At 01:13 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Call of Duty games are notoriously difficult to review, with recent yearly updates for the big console versions feeling more like massive DLC packs for the incredible, original Modern Warfare. The problem many critics have is that the core Call of Duty nuts and bolts are of a damn fine game, disguising the updates that […]

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