Category Archives: iPhone apps

Google releases Android TV remote for iOS

Google has finally released a version of the Android TV remote app for iOS and it works exactly as you might expect it to. As per usual, you’ll need your iOS device to be on the same Wi-Fi network as your Android TV and then you’ll have a few different ways to control the TV. You can use the directional pad option, the touchpad option for easier scrolling, or use voice commands if that’s your preferred method. The app also has an always accessible play/pause button.

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Google Brings Chrome Apps To Android And iOS

In September 2013, We listen a news that Chrome Apps would come to mobile operating systems as well  with a plan to have something ready in beta form by January.

yesterday Google announced an early developer preview of a toolchain based on Apache Cordova, the cross-platform mobile development framework that Adobe donated to the Apache Software Foundation after it acquired PhoneGap-maker Nitobi. Continue reading

Top 10 best iPhone Apps and iPad apps

Nimble Quest – iPhone / iPad

NimbleBit’s latest free-to-play offering is Nimble Quest, a “snakelike” RPG that has a plethora of maps to explore, characters to unlock, and achievements to pursue. You swipe your party of heroes to guide them through levels of increasing difficulty. It’s genuinely addictive.

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Poems By Heart from Penguin Classics – iPhone / iPad

Poems By Heart from Penguin Classics is a memorization game that will challenge you with classic poems from master wordsmiths including Shakespeare, Edgar Allan Poe, Emily Dickinson, and more. You’ll rack up high scores and achievements on your way to reciting 24 poems from heart, with recordings you can share online and email to your friends.

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Hakitzu – iPad

How to get children interested in coding? Hakitzu wields giant fighty robots for the cause, teaching JavaScript skills in a game that involves battling the cyborgs built by friends. An inventive blend of gaming and education.

Code of the Warrior

The Voice UK Predictor Game – iPhone / iPad

The Voice UK Predictor Game, BBC talent show The Voice is back for a second series, complete with this companion app that aims to get fans predicting which contestant will make it through each week’s auditions. It can be played in the week leading up to each episode, but also during the show itself to guess which judges will spin their seats in approval.

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The King’s Speech – iPad

THE KING’S SPEECH Second Screen App synchronizes with the Blu-ray disc of The King’s Speech to give you a one-of-a-kind, immersive viewing experience that enhances your enjoyment of this Academy AwardTM winning film.

The Second Screen Experience


LONDONION is an artwork by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella as part of Merzbank. This generative sound app is based on Kurt Schwitters’ 1946 poem “London Onion”.

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New York Magazine – iPad

This is a brand new app for New York Magazine, replacing the existing version rather than updating it. The app blends stories from the mag’s print edition with news from its NYmag website, offering single issues or a choice of monthly and yearly subscriptions.

New York on the iPad

Kindoma Storytime – iPad

Kindoma Storytime combines books and videochat to help children connect with their long-distance families, especially grandparents. the idea being that kids can read stories with remote parents or grandparents while seeing live video of their face. For parents who travel or grandparents who live hundreds of miles away, this could be a marvellous thing indeed – depending on the quality of the stories, of course.

By Kindoma

More Trucks – iPhone / iPad

The sequel to the award-winning Trucks app is here! Drive a fire truck, race monster trucks, build structures with a crane, steer a flatbed tow truck, and stack cars in a junkyard. Delight your kids with 4 new activities that teach and stimulate young imaginations.

by Duck Duck Moose

Tekken Card Tournament – iPhone / iPad

TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT features the stunning 3D visuals players expect from TEKKEN, This sees you building a deck of moves and battling virtual and real opponents. Later this year, it’ll also tie into a range of real-world collectible cards, with scannable QR codes to add them to your in-game deck.