Dinosaurs, doodles and dead guys, oh my! These diversions will have you demonstrating the duties of a DinoHunter, a heroic doodle, a detective, and a driver who dodges dead people with a degree of delinquency.
In other words, these five digital distractions are indescribably delightful. Click “more” to discover for yourself. (more…)
Cats, snails, hedgehogs — what kind of critter doesn’t this roundup include? Of course, each one comes with its own special qualities, such as explosive personalities, extreme speed and, well, more extreme speed.
On the other hand, if you prefer main characters who are more, shall we say “human-like,” you’ll also find a guy who’s serious about defying gravity; plus Spock, Captain Kirk and other Star Trek characters. Check them all out after the jump.
This week’s games have you becoming a total master: of matching games, of stunt bike riding, of a choo-choo train of rogues, of animales de la muerte (animals of death) and of an interstellar civilization.
That’s a lot to master! Hop to it by clicking “more.” (more…)
I have owned an iPad for quite some time now, and found it to be an excellent tool for both amateur photographers like myself and professionals alike. Sure, an iPad will never be able to replace a computer for serious photo editing (well, for me, anyway,) but I feel that it has definitely earned a place in the discerning photographers kit bag.
Hit the jump to discover ten iPad essentials that every photographer should own.
You likely know what a chameleon is. But have you ever heard of a CandyMeleon? And did you know that narwhals are crazy about deli sandwiches?
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to command your own starship? Or considered how incredible life would be if you were Tony Stark? You’ll find the answers to these questions and others inside this week’s roundup of games. Click “more” to take a closer look.
I’ve made it no secret that I’m a fan of App.net (ADN). I’ve reviewed ADN clients at iPad.AppStorm’s iPhone and Android sister sites, and I think the future of the platform is brighter than any of us might know right now. As it is though, this is a social network still in its infancy and it’s hard to find an app you’ll love using with it.
With that in mind, I thought it’d be worth taking a look at your options on the iPad platform. There’s a huge variety of interfaces available, even within the apps currently available, and you’re likely to find something you’ll fall in love with here.
The first iPad games roundup of May has arrived, and with it come Robot Unicorns, powerful sorcerers, high-earning vampires, medieval kiwis, and some time-traveling, rope-cutting little monsters.
Click through to get the month off to the right kind of start — a fun one!
Back in 2011, iPad.AppStorm contributor James Watts compiled a list of 15 of the best freemium iPad games gracing the App Store at that moment in time. Since then, freemium has gone from strength to strength, prompting many more software companies to ditch the premium revenue model in favor of giving away the core functionality of an app for free.
Here, we have rounded up ten of the very best iPad games that sport this particular revenue model exceptionally well. Read on to discover iPad.AppStorm’s all-time freemium favorites!
Word games have been around for ages and they still live on as strong as ever in today’s day and age. The App Store hosts countless games that fit the genre, however it’s hard to find ones that truly stick out. This roundup will focus on 10 different word games that are among my favorites as well as other writers’ favorites here on iPad.AppStorm. To find out which apps made the cut, read on after the break.
The following games will take you under the ocean and over the waves; through the sewers and across rooftops; to a “wordy” and ancient temple; and to the streets of Brazil. Hope you packed your virtual overnight bag.
Click “more” to start your adventures. (more…)