Layers of Fear: 3D Horror Game iPad Review

Searching for a quality haunting on the App Store this Halloween? Well horror fans, you are in luck as Bloober has released Layers of Fear on iOS! Here is some of the app’s description from the App Store: Delve deep into the mind of an insane painter and discover the…

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Saboteur II: Avenging Angel iPhone Review

Saboteur II: Avenging Angel is the iPhone and iPad version of a game that we recently reviewed for Android. Now available for iOS, Saboteur II: Avenging Angel does indeed share a lot with its Android brethren, so here are some quotes from my original review, all of which hold true for…

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Einee – Talk to Einstein iPhone Review

Einee is a learning app for kids that answers the question: what would it be like if I could talk to a famous historical figure? Now they can find out. Here is some of the app’s description from the App Store: Tease Einstein for failing at school, ask Donald Trump…

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Keeping Your Secrets Safe with Edge Diary

When I was younger, I was always looking for diaries that had locks on them. I just couldn’t seem to keep my thoughts hidden from my sister otherwise. Even when I did keep my diary under lock and key, I was still worried someone was going to read my private…

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3 Apps That Every Student Needs On Their Smartphone

The workload of students and the increasing pressure for them to have as balanced and fulfilling life as possible can sometimes feel overwhelming. Some degrees require 40+ contact hours a week, plus out of uni assignments, which makes enjoying some semblance of a ‘university lifestyle’ difficult leaving students with having…

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Big Keys iPhone Review

The addition of keyboard options has really given iOS some customization to their device that Android users were always able to enjoy. Some keyboard apps focus on gifs or new emojis. For those that just can’t seem to make the text and emojis quite big enough on the native keyboard,…

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Total Trivia iPhone Review

Total Trivia, available for iPhone and iPad through the Apple iTunes App Store, with an Android version due in February 2017 is a genuinely unique and interesting app. The concept behind the app is to take a trivia game and pair it with real life prizes and discount shopping, all…

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iRecognize iPhone Review

iRecognize, available for iPhone and iPad through the Apple iTunes App Store, is a great way to create and use your own custom flashcards. The app really uses all of the aspects of your device really well to enable you to pretty much create any flashcards that you can imagine.…

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Paperbloxx iPhone Review

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…

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