Friday, December 26, 2014

  • Best new games of the week: Papers, Please and TimeCube

    Enjoy a dystopian document thriller and a challenging reflex game with our top game picks for the week! Best new games of the week: Papers, Please and TimeCube is a story by AppAdvice - iPhone, iPad, iPod, App Reviews + News

  • Apple announces 'Lucky Bag' promotion in Japan on January 2

    Apple Japan has confirmed that it will host its annual "Lucky Bag" New Year's Sale again in 2015. Continue reading →

  • The Best Games for your new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus

    Got a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus for Christmas? The device's larger screen makes the gaming experience on an iPhone even better. Here's our list of best games for the iPhone. Continue reading →

  • That iPhone Case With Wall Prongs Finally Has a Built-in Battery

    When we first discovered the original PocketPlug case, we loved the convenience of having a charger, complete with prongs, attached to our iPhones at all times. But without an extra battery onboard, we weren't thrilled with the bulk it added to our svelte devices. Fortunately, that's been…

  • The 10 most aggravating things about Samsung's Galaxy Note 4

    Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 is the best phablet in the world. Period. Apple finally tossed its hat in the ring in 2014 and debuted its largest iPhone ever, but the giant screen on the iPhone 6 Plus was just a box that Apple wanted to check. The handset's larger size is merely a response to shifting…

  • Five great IAP-proof kids games for iOS and Android

    There's a big gap between a young child's love of smart devices and most parents' grasp of what games are good enough - or appropriate - for them to play with. While devices like the Fire HD 6 Kids Edition made some headway into the guidance business for children, we've got a lot of…

  • Get a new iPhone? Camera? Tips to Master Your Brand New Gadget

    There are a couple things that can go through your head upon unwrapping a shiny new electronic device: hell yesss is closely followed by: uhhh, so how do I use this thing? You could read the instructional manual cover to cover, but c'mon F that. So, we've compiled some tips for how to master…