Stenosaur Personal Microjournal

Reviewed on September 19th, 2013 Device: iPad/iPhone Category: Lifestyle Our Rating:

There are so many journaling apps available on the Apple App store that it is hard to choose which ones will actually work for you.

I’ve tried my fair share of journaling/note taking apps – some dazzle you with an array of features that oftentimes you won’t really have any use for. David Charlton, the developer of new journaling app Stenosaur …

like a sir

Like A Sir

Reviewed on March 31st, 2013 Device: iPhone Category: Entertainment Our Rating:

Moustaches are becoming quite popular nowadays. Facial hair has become hipsterized  — the more ironic your moustache is, the better. While not everyone can actually grow thick, bushy soup strainers (there are a lot of men who suffer from this), everyone can take pictures – and this is where Like A Sir comes in.


Name That Jam!

Reviewed on March 13th, 2013 Device: iPhone Category: Games Our Rating:

Music guessing games really took off with the release of Song Pop. The mechanics of that game was extremely straightforward – you listen to a snippet of a song and the person with the fastest time in guessing the song takes the point. It mimics the game mechanics of an old game show called Name That Tune.



Reviewed on March 11th, 2013 Device: Mac Category: Photography Our Rating:

The incorporation of cameras on practically all types of devices has turned many people into obsessive shutterbugs.  Every single moment has to be captured on camera – and not just the important events like weddings or birthday parties but even things you’d consider mundane like a trip to the mall, the restaurant (you can see all of the food porn …


Splash It!

Reviewed on February 21st, 2013 Device: iPhone Category: Games Our Rating:

Popping games, by principle, is a game mechanic that is very easy to learn and play. There are also a lot of variations to the basic premise of “popping” things on screen. Even though it’s easy to learn, mastering these games can take time, and the difficulty ramps up if you introduce new elements to the game.


3 Magic Shots

Reviewed on January 25th, 2013 Device: iPhone Category: Utilities Our Rating:

There are a lot of cool apps that are part of the iOS app library. While there are a lot of free apps that you can download, there are also a lot of wonderful apps that you need to buy in order to use. There are some app developers that offer their paid apps for free for a limited time …


DJ Mixer Pro

Reviewed on January 16th, 2013 Device: Mac Category: Music Our Rating:

There are many people who have aspirations to become a DJ, and it’s quite understandable. A DJ’s job is cool. You get to spin records you like, create the atmosphere at parties and there’s a level of cerebral involvement in putting records together into a cohesive and engaging set.

The advent of digital technology has democratized the DJ scene. You don’t …



Reviewed on January 7th, 2013 Device: Mac Category: Graphics & Design Our Rating:

Scrapbooks. Invitations. Photo collages. Storify-like visual stories. Birth announcements. Desktop wallpapers. Email stationary.

GoodTimes helps you use your own photos to create these kinds of things and so much more, with style, simplicity, and a great sense of fun. With simple drag-and-drop techniques, you can package a collection of photos in a beautiful presentation, to share with family, friends, and your …

Web Form Builder

CoffeeCup Web Form Builder

Reviewed on December 31st, 2012 Device: Mac Category: Developer Tools Our Rating:

With the Internet being as interactive as it is, web forms are a critical element in any web site. They allow users to submit information that can be processed for various reasons. Whether you have a blog, an online newspaper, a business web site, or an e-commerce site, you will certainly have the need for web forms.

Creating web forms need …



Reviewed on December 25th, 2012 Device: iPhone Category: Games Our Rating:

Casual games are a huge part of the iOS app arsenal – and there’s a reason they’re so popular. Casual games are easy to pick up and play and it’s also easy to stop. It makes for the perfect formula for when you’re bored during a commute or when you’re waiting for a meeting or appointment. You can then just …


Subway Surfers

Reviewed on 12/16/12 Device: iPad/iPhone Category: Games Our Rating:

Temple Run helped bring the endless distance game genre to a new generation of gamers. It was an addictive and fun game to play. Subway Surfers further improves on the Temple Run mechanic and made it much more engaging to play.

Subway Surfers introduces many features that makes it, in my opinion, the better game. First, the controls are much better. …


The Room

Reviewed on 12/14/12 Device: iPad/iPhone Category: Games Our Rating:


The iPad is a great medium for the development of certain games, in particular puzzle games. The touch controls have made it possible to innovate the game genre and has made it more intuitive and immersive at the same time.

The Room is an example of how a puzzle game has been implemented flawlessly on the iOS. The game has a …



Reviewed on November 29th, 2012 Device: Mac Category: Utilities Our Rating:

HotMacApps Review: CrazyTalk7 is a great facial animation application. It allows you to take images of people, creatures, objects and make them talk. Not just with a voice over, but actual movements and muscle reflexes. Also the best part is how easy it is to get going, you can select a few sample characters and [...]