Editor’s Choice

These are the apps that we review that rocked our socks off (aka They’re Awesome!). We’ve stamped them with our seal of approval. Don’t forget to check out our Top 5 section for a list of our favorite app reviews and to get app recommendations as well as our Best Apps list for apps that are absolute must-haves to add to your collection.

LifeTopix

Posted by on Dec 17th, 2012 in Editor's Choice, iPad, iPhone, Productivity, Productivity | 19 comments

LifeTopix

LifeTopix (universal) combines many productivity apps into one location. Instead of searching through your phone for every app, this one everything users need. The app ranges from to-do lists and shopping to checklists and fitness. Get organized with one app.

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Autumn Dynasty

Posted by on Dec 14th, 2012 in Editor's Choice, Games, Games, iPad, iPhone, Strategy, Strategy | 2 comments

Autumn Dynasty

Autumn Dynasty (universal) has been on the App Store for some time, but now it is universal and designed to play on both the iPad and iPhone. The recent update also includes new features like a redesigned interface for the iPhone, a blitz mode and a multiplayer function across all devices.

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PicStory

Posted by on Dec 7th, 2012 in Editor's Choice, iPad, Photo & Video | 0 comments

PicStory

PicStory (iPad) is a photo app that lets users manage their memories effectively. While many users rely on the photos app, it doesn’t provide enough organizational features to give users more control over their photographs.

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Writer Rumble

Posted by on Dec 5th, 2012 in Editor's Choice, Games, Games, iPad, iPhone, Word, Word | 0 comments

Writer Rumble

Writer Rumble (universal) isn’t just another word game. At first glance it may look like a Scrabble inspired game, but it takes word games to the next level by adding fighter elements to the game play. That’s where the Rumble comes into play.

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Rita the Lizard

Posted by on Nov 30th, 2012 in Books, Editor's Choice, iPad | 0 comments

Rita the Lizard

Rita The Lizard (iPad only) is an interactive storybook based on the award-winning children’s book in Spain. It’s about a lizard named Rita, who believes she is actually a chameleon. There’s 14 digital pages and lots of interactive elements to explore.

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Fuel Monitor

Posted by on Nov 28th, 2012 in Editor's Choice, iPhone, Productivity | 1 comment

Fuel Monitor

Fuel Monitor (iPhone/iPod touch) helps users save money on gas. It’s the only app that uses GPS to calculate the exact amount instead of guessing the distance. Fuel monitor is able to identify your location and give accurate information based on consumption data provided by manufacturers. It then goes a step further by incorporating driving styles, accelerations, traffic jams, braking and much more. Through all this, the app is able to provide accurate information to tell users exactly how much their trip will cost.

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Geography Drive USA

Posted by on Nov 27th, 2012 in Editor's Choice, Education, iPad | 0 comments

Geography Drive USA

Geography Drive USA (iPad only) is an educational game designed for children ages 5 to 12 years old, but it’s also perfect for adults who are interested in the history. The game takes players across the United States and quizzes them on capitals, state shapes, rivers, state flags and more.

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Galaxy on Fire 2

Posted by on Nov 27th, 2012 in Action, Action, Editor's Choice, Games, Games, iPad, iPhone | 0 comments

Galaxy on Fire 2

Galaxy on Fire 2 (universal) was released a while back, but I never got around to actually playing it. With so many apps available, it’s hard to keep up with the latest and greatest. Now that the game is currently free until November 29th, I’ve finally been able to sit down and test it out on my iPad.

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Groove Coaster Zero

Posted by on Nov 27th, 2012 in Editor's Choice, Free, Games, Games, iPad, iPhone, Music, Music | 0 comments

Groove Coaster Zero

Groove Coaster Zero (universal) is a music-based game that takes players on a groove-filled roller coaster ride. This is the follow-up to the previous addicting rhythm based game Groove Coaster.

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Dream of Pixels

Posted by on Nov 23rd, 2012 in Editor's Choice, Games, Games, iPad, iPhone, Puzzle, Puzzle | 0 comments

Dream of Pixels

Dream of Pixels (universal) can easily be compared to Tetris, but it’s definitely a lot different. The main goal is to remove pieces of a colorful cloud. It sounds easy at first, but gamers must avoid letting the falling pieces collide with the others.

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