- Grab the Hunger Games Trilogy ($2.70) and other ebooks at 90% off via Kobo coupon code
- Remarks updated with realistic handwriting and automatic sync feature
- MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 2 now available for iOS, on sale for $2.99
- 10 New App Store Games To Watch [April 16 - 22]
- Google Drive has finally landed
Posted: 25 Apr 2012 12:35 PM PDT
If you’re a bit of a bookworm, you definitely need to take advantage of this amazing deal from Kobo Books. By using the coupon code “welcome90us” (simply switch out the ‘us’ depending on your location, like ‘ca’, ‘au’, uk’) on check out, you’ll get 90% off the website price. So the Hunger Games Trilogy for instance, selling for $26.98, will be reduced to $2.70 before taxes! The caveat is that it’ll only work once per account AND on non-agency books. While there’s no section specifically for non-agency books on the kobo website, they can typically be spotted by ebooks prices that end in something other than ‘.99′ (i.e $26.98 or $9.87) or if the ebook shows 2 prices (i.e ‘List Price’ and ‘Our ‘Price’). Other coupon codes that currently work include:
Posted: 25 Apr 2012 09:02 AM PDT
Readdle’s Remarks, one of the best notetaking/annotation apps for the iPad, has been updated to v1.3 and received 2 new features:
Handwriting now looks significantly better than before, and depending how quickly you write, the strokes will have ‘variable widths’. A simple upgrade to be sure but it does make your handwriting look remarkably more realistic. Since updating the app last night, I’ve found annotating freehand on PDF files even more enjoyable. The automatic sync feature is also a handy new addition, where any changes made to files within the Dropbox/Google Docs designated folder will automatically be saved and synced. Remarks 1.3 is a free update for those who already own the app, otherwise, $4.99 for new users.
Readdle, Remarks – Write notes and Annotate PDFs - $4.99
Posted: 25 Apr 2012 08:12 AM PDT
(Street) Fighter fans rejoice! Capcom’s popular Marvel Vs Capcom series has made its way onto the iOS platform. Following in the footsteps of Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter IV VOLT, MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 2 packs a whooping 56 characters from both franchises and has fully optimized touchscreen controls for the iPhone and iPad. While this beloved brawler has graced the arcades and various consoles over the past decade, this is the first time that the game’s been officially ported to a mobile device. Other features for the iOS version include local multiplayer via bluetooth and an all new “Flick Button” that’ll allow players to easily pull off complex moves. As for device compatibility, MvC2 works on the iPhone 4/4S, iPouch Touch 4G and iPad 2/3. It’s also currently on sale at its special launch price of $2.99 until May 6th, after which it’ll be $4.99. Check out the video gameplay footage after the gap.
CAPCOM, MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 2 - $2.99
Posted: 25 Apr 2012 07:21 AM PDT
Fancy yourself a game developer but don't have any programming skills? Sketch Nation Studio could change your life, as it will allow you to design games right on your iOS device without even having to write a line of code. If you'd rather just stick to playing games there's Saving Private Sheep 2. The mechanics are way different than the original, but if the same goofy humor is there is should still be a winner. Real time strategy fans would do well to check out Total War Battles from SEGA. This medieval Japan conquest game has an interesting game play mechanic: you can't retreat! You better be really sure that every move is one you want to make.
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Posted: 24 Apr 2012 05:22 PM PDT
Google has finally launched their highly anticipated Google Drive today, a cloud storage service that will finally give Dropbox some serious competition.
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