Wednesday, November 30, 2011



Three for Free: CrazyControl 2, Skillz for iPad and Recipes Genius

Posted: 30 Nov 2011 12:16 PM PST

Ready for more freebies? Here are today's featured 3 "Apps Gone Free":

CrazyControl 2 CrazyControl 2 - A side scroller that lives up to its name. Controlling 2 characters at once, the screen is split top-bottom and you must jump, slide, defend and fight your way through 60 levels of mayhem. As if that wasn’t challenging enough, the difficulty ramps up gradually – by the final stage, you’ll be controlling 6 simultaneously. The iPad Version is also free for a limited time.

Skillz for iPad Skillz for iPad - A great musical rhythm game that plays like Guitar Hero, Skillz for iPad lets you put your DJ skills to the test. Using dual turntables, you mix and scratch through 20+ remixes of dance tracks from world-renowned artists, including Diplo, Kid Cudii and others. If you have an iPad and enjoy rhythm games, this is one you don’t want to miss (Skillz is normally $5.99). Check out the trailer here.

Recipes Genius Recipes Genius - Impress your better half with Recipes Genius, now free until Dec 5th (was $4.99). The app  includes 485 recipes with step-by-step instructions, 3,500+ hi-res images, info on calories per person and time required to prepare, ingredients/shopping lists and more. If you enjoy cooking (or want to learn some new recipes), you can’t go wrong with this freebie offer.

These Freebies won’t last long, so be sure to grab 'em pronto!

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Infinity Blade 2 lands in New Zealand App Store, US release later tonight

Posted: 30 Nov 2011 10:47 AM PST

The most anticipated iOS game of the year is finally here. The sequel to Infinity Blade (TMA Review), one of the most visually stunning and fastest-grossing apps ever on the iOS platform ($1.6 million in just 4 days) was released earlier today in the New Zealand App Store. Expect even better graphics, more weapons and customizations and 40 new locations.

The God King has been defeated, an unlikely hero has emerged and now you must discover the truth behind the secrets of the Infinity Blade. The continuing journey of young Siris unfolds as you delve deeper into the world of the Deathless tyrants and their legion of Titans. Can you unlock all the mysteries and successfully wield the power of the Infinity Blade in this timeless sword fighting adventure of champions and villains?

The game will still run fine on slightly older iDevices, like the iPhone 3GS/4, iPad 1, and iPod Touch 3rd/4th gen, though iPhone 4S and iPad 2 owners will be able to play the game in its full optimized glory thanks to the power of the A5 chip. Infinity Blade 2 will sell for $9.99 and be available in US/Canadian App Stores later tonight, when the clock strikes 12 (Dec 1st release). The iTunes page for the New Zealand store is now live, however. If you haven’t already done so, check out the promo videos for IB2 after the break.

Infinity Blade II Chair Entertainment, Infinity Blade II, – $9.99

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MarkdownMail app updates to version 3.0

Posted: 30 Nov 2011 09:23 AM PST

For those of you who use MarkdownMail, the app has just been updated to 3.0 with some handy new features and changes:

* [NEW] Added signatures support. You can now maintain and insert a variety of different signatures into your messages.
* [NEW] Added templating. You can now save your frequently sent drafts as named templates.
* [NEW] Newly improved iPhone user interface that allows you to dynamically swap between the compose and preview view.
* [CHANGE] Moved Email Markdown to the send button.
* [CHANGE] Updated to latest version of MarkdownKit.
* [CHANGE] Updated to modern version of TextExpander’s SDK
* [CHANGE] MarkdownMail 3.0 and above now require iOS 5
* [FIX] Fixed issue where memory warnings would cause the text view to unload.

If you’re not familiar with MarkdownMail, it’s a great little app that lets you compose and send emails in HTML. Based on John Gruber’s Markdown markup syntax, you can send emails with different headers, bold text, italics, bulleted lists and much more. Looking at the above iTunes screenshots, the left one has the Markup syntax, and the right is what the receiving end will actually see (an html email). MarkdownMail sells for $2.99 and works on both the iPhone and iPad.

MarkdownMail - Send HTML Email Second Gear, MarkdownMail – Send HTML Email, – $2.99

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iFixit selling Transparent Rear Panel for iPhone 4S

Posted: 30 Nov 2011 08:41 AM PST

Fixit, known for their gadget teardowns, has begun selling Transparent Rear Panels for your iPhone 4S. Why would you want to replace the glass-back of your iPhone and expose its innards for all to see, you ask? Well because you can! Installation is extremely easy, and all you need is a Pentalobe P2 screwdriver. Price? $29.99 a pop. If you’re interested in one of these mods, you will have to wait a bit as they’re currently sold out. The good news though is that iFixit is making more as fast as they can, and you can leave your email via the “Notify Me” button to get notification once it becomes available again. For iPhone 4 owners (GSM/AT&T), the rear panels have been out for a good 6 months now, and also go for $29.99. If a see through rear doesn’t quite turn you on, check out Material6′s fine wooden panel replacement. iFixit’s install video after the break.

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Bundle Hunt Holiday Mega Deal: 6 Mac Apps and 6 Design Goodies for only $49

Posted: 30 Nov 2011 06:47 AM PST

The Bundle Hunt is back and this time, they’re offering 6 great Mac Apps and 6 Design Goodies for only $49 – a total retail value of $1,100. You’ll be receiving Apps like LittleSnitch (a great firewall utility that allows you to monitor incoming/outgoing network traffic), DEVONthink, Macpilot, Bannerzest Pro, Pulpmotion Advanced and Diskdrill Pro. Many of these apps alone are worth the bundle price. Design Goodies wise, you’ll be getting a total of 7 quality WordPress themes, 10 web design ebooks from SmashingMagazine, the complete White Space Iconset and more. Bundle Hunt’s even throwing in MacPaw’s Ensoul Mac App for free by simply sending a single tweet. Oh, and you can also win 1 of 2 iPads by subscribing to their newsletter.

If this sounds like a pretty fantastic deal, you can pick up this Holiday Bundle here (you’ll be supporting us by buying through this link). And like many bundle offers, it won’t last forever – this one’s good until December 16th, 2011. More info on the apps and goodies below.

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Tuesday, November 29, 2011



Black Friday Online Sales Roundup

Posted: 25 Nov 2011 09:48 AM PST

Apple’s One-day shopping event is finally here. Discounts are dead on from the leak revealed several days ago, with the MacBook and iMac lines being discounted by $101. iPad 2s now start at $458 (16GB wifi model), while the 64GB model has dropped by $61. Accessories are also on sale – the Apple Wireless keyboard, Trackpad and Magic mouse are discounted by $11 each. We’ve also included links below to other online Black Friday deals, including Amazon and Griffin. And if you missed it earlier, don’t forget to check out our Black Friday App Sales and Freebies Roundups. Happy Shopping!

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Reverse mortgage

If you are looking for a site that offers reverse mortgage for home purchase and has not yet found the right place then you need to know the ALLRMC.COM, only here you have the peace and security for your reverse mortgage, Reverse mortgages are a special type of home loan that lets a homeowner convert the equity in his/her home into cash. They can give older Americans greater financial security to supplement social security, meet unexpected medical expenses, make home improvements, and more.A reverse mortgage allows you to take equity out of your home in the form of cash without downsizing or selling your property. This equity can be taken out in a lump sum, through regular ongoing payments or through a combination of both,so you need to know where you can calculate your loan and more ,Fixed Rate Reverse Mortgages are very popular these days and have been gaining popularity ever since the program was launched. A Reverse Mortgage can now be taken out for the purpose of home purchase. These purchase plans are great for seniors looking to downsize on their residential dwellings and cut costs. They are able to purchase a new home without making a down payment or taking another mortgage. Thus the benefits are many and this website can be used as an education guide to explore the many facets before contacting one of the listed reverse mortgage lenders for further info and counseling wants to know and learn more.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Tap Ball Shine by imundefinedcoder

Posted: 24 Nov 2011 10:19 AM PST

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Tap Amazing Ball To Hit Other Balls. This Will Make You To Score If You Cross The Lower Limit. Score Is Dependent On Chain Reaction. Play As Many As You Like To Make A Better Score.

Developer Website:

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Thursday, November 24, 2011



Steam’s Autumn Sale has plenty of hit PC and Mac games at up to 80% off

Posted: 24 Nov 2011 11:09 AM PST

Calling all PC/Mac gamers. Steam has launched a fantastic “Autumn Sale, where different daily deals has some of the biggest titles discounted by as much as 80%. Today’s deals, which started about 30 minutes ago, include Monkey Island Special Edition bundle ($5.09), Total War Mega Pack ($12.49), Fallout Vegas ($4.99) and much more. Not all games on sale can be played on a Mac (assuming you’re living a Windows-free life), though you can browse the Mac section to see which are compatible. The Autumn Sale runs through the Thanksgiving weekend (ending Nov 27th), so be sure to head on over to Steam over the next few days and check up on the latest deals.




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Apps Gone Free for Thanksgiving / Black Friday

Posted: 24 Nov 2011 10:12 AM PST

We’ve already seen some awesome App Store sales for the US Thanksgiving holiday seaon, but there are also a number of notable games that have gone free. 1112 episode 01, one of the first episodic adventure games exclusive to the iPhone, is now a freebie. The first person adventure featuring protagonist Louis Everett gets better and better, as evidenced by our reviews of 1112 episode 2 and ep 3. Also free are the popular tower defense games from Origin 8 - Sentinel: Mars DefenseSentinel 2: Earth Defense and Space Station: Frontier, one of my favorite in the genre. The complete roundup can be found below, and don’t forget to check out other apps/games that have recently gone free.

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Apple pulls Big Fish Games’ iPad subscription app from the App Store

Posted: 24 Nov 2011 08:31 AM PST

For those of you looking forward to paying the monthly fee of $6.99 for access to dozens of Big Fish games on the iPad, it appears you’ll have to wait a little longer, perhaps even indefinitely. Yesterday we told you about Big Fish’s monthly subscription plan, but a follow up article on Bloomberg has revealed that Apple has subsequently pulled the subscription app from the App Store:

"We were notified that the app was removed," said Paul Thelen, founder of Big Fish, a game publisher in Seattle. The app had been available since Nov. 18, he said. "We're trying to follow up with Apple to try to figure out what happened."

Thelen said he was surprised by the move because Big Fish had worked with Apple for several weeks to ensure that it met the requirements for recurring monthly charges made through the App Store, a method most commonly used by magazines and newspaper publishers.

"It was officially approved," Thelen said. Apple had even seen the app’s press release before it went out earlier today, he said.

It wouldn’t be the first time Apple’s pulled an app after approving it, though it is rather baffling in this case as Big Fish had worked closely with Apple to ensure everything was in order. And since Apple has not commented, we don’t know for certain if the app simply needs to be tweaked and resubmitted, or worse, they’ve had a change of heart and iOS Game Subscriptions will no longer be part of the App Store equation.


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