Now i don't have remember all my formula's for school!
Funny game and challenging.
There's not really any other app like Pincam in the App Store. It’s the first and only app that lets people easily capture, clip and share the best parts of their mobile videos, in the moment, right from their device.
One of the coolest aspects is that you can create highlight reels from videos that have already been recorded on your phone. Basically, this lets you take long and boring videos and turn them into awesome looking highlight reels. There are also 14 filters you can apply to videos.
It's great for capturing and sharing the best moments of whatever you're recording. I'd recommend it to anyone who ever records video, but especially to parents who like recording their kids, to sports players, and to people who travel a lot.
First off: the bird is super cute, and the general idea fro the game is ingenious.
That being said, it is a little sad that with the success this game had, the developer earned enough money to even build up his own business and employ a few people to help him.
For quite a while, however, nothing happened. No update, nothing. Then one update came, something that was good for a day or two of playing, but after that it was boring again.
It would be great if the developer would add more levels to this game, but nothing seems to be happening.
Too bad, actually!
I love Zen Bound!
It is one of those games where you can really relax, and I love to play it on the train, sort of helps me to zone out, especially when I'm stuck with too many people and would rather escape them ;)
This is a great app for anyone designing for iOS in photoshop. It requires the Mac OS app to be able to get your photoshop picture onto your device, so you know instantly what your design looks like on the device.
Quite the little helper!
This game is intriguing and a must-have for all puzzle-lovers. It is unlikely to get boring fast, since you aspire to build even more elaborate polymers to earn even more points.
However, only 4 stars for the app, since the app is not optimized to run on iPhone 4. Playing it for a while will make my device heat up more than I would like it too.
This game never gets old! Ever since I bought this I have my phases where I will play it on a daily basis, always having a blast while doing so.
A simple, unique game that is very well designed. Well done and worth the money!
iPeriod was the first period tracking app I used, mostly because it was the only app that allowed the most tracking options and had the most features.
However, much time has passed, and I have moved on to other apps that have equally many features or more, finally coming across Lily Cal, for which I would ditch iPeriod again, and again, and again.
iPeriod is clumsy and very slow to react. The interface is too cluttered and unorganized, tracking your symptoms is tedious and frustrating. In addition to that I really don't like the interface, not very well designed. And the forum... geez, what did the developers think by adding this? A completely useless feature.
It may appeal to some, but I find the app very cumbersome, so that after a few weeks I was already on the hunt for a different app.
Daedalus Touch is a very neat text editor with a completely different and unique navigation strategy as opposed to most text editing apps. It reacts fast and is very reliable.
Even despite the fact that iCloud is not that reliable in itself, something no developer can influence, they managed to get the app running smoothly.
I have not lost any file (as opposed to Byword), and the syncing works well between my iPhone and iPad.
I would probably pay for a Mac application as well, should they ever release one.
Thumbs up for this one!
First things first: the game itself is very addictive and you won't lose interest easily.
However, if, as a developer, you support older devices, please make sure the gaming experience is equally as good, or at least try to optimize it for the oldest device you support, and not for the latest and fastest device.
When playing this game for only a few minutes, my iPhone 4 slows down drastically, until at some point the app crashes. In addition to that it heats up the processor so badly that it cannot be played longer than a few minutes, I would probably risk damaging my device. And no game, no matter how much fun, is worth letting that happen.
Besides, when slowing down your device as much as this app does, the fun playing this game goes down to zero instantly.
So, it's probably great for faster devices, but it you have an older device you won't have much fun with it I'm afraid.
I have loved the Myst Series for years, and when this came out I was happy as a clam in mud at high tide.
It is a rather complicated game and os probably best played on the iPad, but it works on the iPhone (4) just as well, it's just a little difficult to accurately tap on things since the screen is smaller.
Overall still one of my most favorite "puzzle" games!
Design-wise, Byword is definitely one of my favorite writing apps, especially for iOS.
That's because the interface is very uncluttered, much like its Mac version. It is easy to set up and use. For that alone the app deserves 5 stars.
However, there is one major problem with it which makes it unusable (for my purpose): iCloud synchronization.
I had Byword for Mac first, and was thrilled beyond belief to see they released a universal iOS app. Since I don't like to use Dropbox I decided to use iCloud to sync my writings among the devices and the computer.
For one, if I create a document or folder on one device it won't sync to either the other device or the Mac. After I had managed to manually get the latest documents into the Cloud, the changes I made to these documents were updated, also to the Mac.
About a week ago I wrote another note on my Mac that I wanted to save to the cloud, but NOT into the folder where the other files lay.
Well, when I clicked on SAVE on the Mac, the folder I had vanished from both devices and the computer, basically it vanished completely from the cloud. I have been unable to retrieve it, which obviously isn't great.
Since a text editor that won't sync isn't of much use to me, I had to degrade my rating to 2 stars. I know that iCloud can be very moody sometimes, but since another writing app I now use (Daedalus Touch) has no problems syncing documents, I am fairly sure that not all the problems lie with iCloud itself, but that something on Bywords side is really wrong. What it is I don't know, but I hope that at some point it will be resolved. Because the interface is still my favorite.
I have to be honest, I have a history of using various period tracking apps. I have used iPeriod, Period Tracker and the like, all of which were extremely frustrating.
Most of all I was fed up with the design of all of these apps very quickly, while I had not really been thrilled to begin with. A lack of alternatives left me no choice, however.
Not anymore though!
I recently came across Lily Cal and seriously - this app is GORGEOUS, and wicked fast! I am in love with the design, it is sleek, elegant and still very feminine. Fortunately the developers followed a different design regime as opposed to the other developers. Instead of having a candy-strawberry-cake-appeal exploding all over the interface, the design is clear, straight forward and very pleasing to the eye. I really like that is is dark. The pink color is a wonderful contrast, and the overall design gives the app a very high-end look.
The functions are also pretty straight forward: you can enter your data on a day-to-day basis, or if you want to add data for the past you can use the calendar to go back months or even years to enter old data from cycles past.
All you have to do is enter the flow and tell the app to start a new cycle when you do, that's it. No more telling the app when the period stops or anything. If you know it you can even adjust the luteal phase length.
The predictions of my future cycles are scarily accurate, way better than all the other apps I used before. Granted, I have fairly regular cycles, but not like a clockwork. And while the other apps were often a few days off, this seems to have found a very good way to figure out when to expect what. For each cycle you can see when you can consider yourself infertile or fertile, the day of ovulation and when to expect your next period. For future cycles it not only predicts the length of your period, but also the strength, all based on prior charted cycles. That's also very accurate, might I add.
Aside from that you can enter lots of additional information than the bare basics, like cervical fluid, fertility symptoms, temperature, moods, info on intercourse, cervical position, medications, pregnancy and OPK test results, you have a notepad and even a category to add your own symptoms. The latter comes in very handy. You get a short statistic, a cycle management option to visibly make changes to the cycles (way easier than the other apps I've tried), and I love the graph. It is a lot easier to view your cycle in that format than in a calendar. So now I am mostly using this feature instead of the calendar.
And for those who want to hide their data away from others the app offers password protection that is very easy to set up.
Long story short: Lily Cal has everything the other apps did not deliver. It is faster, easier to navigate and more organized, looks better, and is more accurate in its predictions. Overall a really reliable helper, and probably especially appealing to all the women who think the strawberry-shortcake-look is outdated. I mean seriously, I'm not twelve anymore ;)
*note: I own the old version of 1Password, I am not sure if this is still available! The new version is different, it won't sync with the Mac version.
1Password is a great little helper to organize all your passwords and important notes. All you have to remember is one password to access the app. On the iPhone you will have to set a 4-digit passcode to gain access, but to actually get access to the passwords and usernames, if applicable, you will also have to enter your chosen password for the app.
The app is universal and runs on iPad and iPhone with an interface specifically designed for each device. There is a separate app for your Mac if you desire. The version I have can sync everything from the Mac to your devices if all the apps are open and the devices have a WiFi connection. The new version apparently can't do this any longer, but the developers are allegedly working on it.
From within the app (iPhone, iPad and Mac) you can access a secure browser or browser tab where the app will automatically fill in your info to log in so you don't have to copy everything by hand into the respective fields.
After a few minutes of inactivity in the program you will have to re-enter the password to regain access. If you copy a password by hand, the password will only be available in the clipboard for 30 seconds or something, so you don't have to worry someone else will get a hold of your password from the clipboard if you are away from your computer.
Overall it is a really neat app that solves the wild chaos of endless passwords and usernames.
Great finger drawing app! It doesn't have any flood fill option, so certain areas are hard to color. My kid loves it, it keeps him occupied for hours :) - while i see my own .. gaming >:)