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By Leon Harvey On 11 Nov, 2013 At 02:06 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

If there is one silly limitation of the iPhone that annoys me, it is how basic and featureless the standard contacts app and dialer is. Yes, what is there works well and is functionally attractive, but there really should be more options from Apple in this regard. So, there have been lots of apps on […]

By Oliver Stockley On 7 May, 2012 At 11:00 AM | Categorized As Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

One Touch Drawing is a simple puzzle app that’s not just fun, but free as well – a pretty ideal combination, if you ask me. In the app, you are faced with 2D diagrams consisting of straight lines, divided at vertices by big dots. Your job is to navigate your finger around the lines without […]

By Simon Burns On 13 Dec, 2011 At 04:28 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Zookeeper has been one of the biggest puzzle hits of the last few years. Originally an online game, it was ported to the Nintendo DS and recently appeared on iPhone and iPad, and now finds its way into the hands of Android users, in the DX Touch Edition. The basic gameplay here is very similar […]

By Simon Burns On 16 Sep, 2011 At 01:25 PM | Categorized As Apps to look out for | With 0 Comments

Apps to look out for is a regular feature where we take a look at an app that may have otherwise gone under your radar, and that may be very well worth a look. Daedalus Touch There are a lot of options on the App Store for text editing, with dozens of apps vying for […]

By Simon Burns On 13 Sep, 2011 At 01:42 PM | Categorized As Featured, Interviews, Windows Phone | With 0 Comments

Nice Touch Games are one of the few developers creating games exclusively for Windows Phone 7. A two man team comprising of Richard Bunn and David Green, they have already pumped out two quality games for the platform in Crazy Horses and it’s follow-up Match Maker, so we wanted to know what was coming next […]

By Simon Burns On 9 Jun, 2011 At 01:31 PM | Categorized As Reviews, WebOS | With 0 Comments

Mite. is a time management and resource tracking service that exists as a Website, and it is a really good and comprehensive tool. They have an API, and now a developer has created a webOS version, Mite. Touch. The site is pretty complicated, so it was always going to be a challenge to fit it […]

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