Posts Tagged ‘ Android app

A Different Kind of Photo-sharing with Pixplit

Another photo-sharing application has been unleashed for all shutterbugs and trigger happy individuals to celebrate!

If you’re so obsessed with keeping tabs on your everyday life with the use of Instagram, then Pixplit may give you another avenue to showcase the different side of your photography stints! Yes, it is another social hub that makes its users create another portal for “socialization” but what makes this newbie app interesting is the fact that one can make a collage with people you know and people you don’t.

Learn about the collaborative awesomeness by reading the rest of this app review after the cut.

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TrackTV: Your Virtual Television Guide

One awesome product ever made in the history of technology is the television. It is a magical box with moving and talking images inside that can stop the world from rotating once you turn on the power. People still stop and glance every time they see a working television despite the presence of computers, iPads, and tablets- mister Farnsworth could have put something on it.

Well, the android app review that I am going to write today is an eye catcher and really interesting. It is about the recent released application that can track television shows using your android devices. Yes, you read it right! Let us thank the pioneers of the powerful machine and discuss modern innovation now.

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Match Colors with WordaBugs Connect

If there are lots of thoughts literally bugging your mind and you just want to shrug off everything to temporarily feel less anxious, or simply just relax, then forget about those awful feelings of boredom and whatnot. Be preoccupied and indulge into a game where you don’t have to ruminate and moreover, will help you de-stress from your monotonic chores everyday.

In this app review that I’ll be presenting, let me introduce you to a mobile application that may not totes sap your mental energy but rather, flex your brain and boost up your brain cells or neurons.

Much like the gaming applications, Flow Free, where you connect matching colors to create a flow and Meet Your Mate, where you pair all the lovey dovey couples, is in the same vein as these engrossing casual puzzlers.

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App Review: Magic Math Free

Aside from monsters under my bed and the thought of acquiring chicken pox, no one can possibly take away my non-sense fear of math. Exaggeration aside, numbers seem to have that intimidating feature that sends chills down my spine whenever I’m faced with it. Not that I totally hate it, I just fear the exactness that it requires. But the numbers game is not that difficult after all, I have learned this the hard way though.

Of course, we’re all adept with the four basic mathematical operations. Using it daily, I think that we should all be hustlers when it comes to simple equations. Then again, when panic starts to creep in, even an elementary addition query can catch us off-guard. As for me who want to practice answering swiftly, mobile applications are a big help! Want to know my latest catch in this category? Then read more of this Android app review after the cut.

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Let Your Voice Be Heard With Qwanz

The birth of the internet and various social media sites allowed us to become a rodent of our own cyberspace. The internet can be the Jekyll and Hyde when it comes to gathering important information or even when you’re just “soft googling.” Because of our habitual use of the web to voice out our opinions, rants and even good points, we easily attract web bashers, or better, a considerable amount of social media following.

For some reasons, the internet hold good for people who have something sensible to say. We’re lucky that we’re living in a world where we easily find our niche using computers and the continuously advancing modern technology. For the proto-punks and the hippies of the 70s, they use various cultural movements to defy or rather, stand up to “the establishment.” But since we’re living in the now, being online gives us the will to say what we think, search for groups who share the same advocacy or belief as ours,  and share it to the world.

A new app called Qwanz is developed to allow users to influence decision makers, let their opinions be heard, mobilize support, and find a community within the app which shares the same perspective as them. Qwanz is an opinion diagram where you can start polls and comment on other polls that land on the category of your interest. Just like the app’s slogan: “One voice cannot be heard, but thousands together cannot be ignored.” Read more

Android App Review: Slots by Ruby Fortune

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The stress of switching pages or game applications is now over because Slots by Ruby Fortune is here to aid the dilemma of most global slot users. Those who are looking for real casino game experience should give it a try.

Want to play for free? Get your piggy banks and save your money today! Delve more of the android app review to know more of the free game application. Read more

Chat and Draw with SquibbleBox!

In this day and age where you can simply connect to a free restaurant wifi or even pocket in your router, more and more smartphone users are relying on technology to send out messages either through their social media accounts or free chat services via a mobile application like Viber. Consequently, spending money on text messaging suddenly became too extravagant and people are resorting to using the internet to talk to their friends. It has more perks, obviously, starting with the fact that it’s free!

Want another app that you can fool around together with your friends even though your miles apart? Then look into this Android app review of SquibbleBox, the go-to chat application of creative people!

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App Review: Solitaire World Free

To play solitaire means one would be playing on their own with only the deck of cards as their adversary. Whether you’re playing on your desktop or with a tangible deck, games under the solitaire title requires a player’s focus and intent to win. But it’s always been a game of luck, so if the heavens aren’t with you, then dust it off and try again. Though I enjoy playing the four-decked solitaire on my computer when a boring afternoon calls for it, firing up the mean machine sometimes is too tedious and distracting. Good thing there’s Solitaire World Free I can now play on my Android phone!

Get to know more about this 8-in-1 application after the cut!

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Ababab Sliding Puzzle: Align the tiles

Through the years and constant fails, I have come to terms that solving a Rubik’s Cube is not a fair game for me. Apparently, there’s only so much brain twisting madness that I could tolerate and though there are “cheats” on finishing that wicked of a cube, my mind almost always dozes off attempting to learn the trick. And as I continuously pull out halfhearted efforts on achieving success with a Rubik’s Cube, I might as well practice with an app that sorta has the same mechanics.

Oh yes, people, here’s another brain teasing Android app that will get your mind juice up and running! Tagged as Ababab Sliding Puzzle, this simple game can test how you can bring to a harmonious row a mix and mash of pictures.

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Twosome: App for lovers

As the international day of celebrating romantic love is drawing near, couples are being wound up together by the increased oxytocin in the air. One thing’s for sure, the pressure is on for the love bugs! There’s just too many an idea of what you can muster up for your special someone on that much-awaited day, but sometimes, it’s not the flowers and the chocolates that turns their spine into jelly. Most often than not, the simple reminder that you’re thinking of them is enough reason for their incessant fits of hysterical infatuation.

But wait, a little bird told me that there’s an application that can do exactly that. You know, send out love-filled messages via a couple app—because text messaging is so overrated! Kidding aside, let me introduce to you this app called Twosome. Cute, eh? Know how you can possibly turn yourself into a giant cheese ball by reading the rest of this app review after the cut.

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