• Top 7 most popular platformer games for iPhone, iPad, iPod and Android

    Posted on February 28th, 2013 David Brooks No comments

    In the past 2012, there’ve emerged quite a lot of wonderful apps and games for people to better enjoy their leisure life. As calculated, there were more than 775,000 apps in Apple App Store and Android’s Google Play owned the same numbers of apps for people to freely choose. There are various genres of games in these app stores for people to choose, among which platformer games have been popular. Platformer games are a fairly wide genre basically involving jumping around platforms and that constant motion is what defines them. Some of the side-scrolling action games also fall into that category. It would be difficult to select the apps that could be in your way. Thus, here I have got some of the most popular Platformer games for your iPhone, iPad and iPod.

    Take a close look at the below games to know the most popular platformer games of iPhone, iPad and iPod of 2012.

    Platformer Games

    Dragons Dream – A game we’d download for the graphics, but not so much for the gameplay, Dragons Dream is really an outstanding work of art. Still, with one big disclaimer – you have to appreciate the graphics first and foremost to like it. (only for iOS, download Dragons Dream)

    Sleepwalker’s Journey – “Take a beautiful journey into dreams! Meet drowsy Moonboy. Blown out of bed by a big lunar sneeze, he sleepwalks through dreams. Moonboy needs your help to reach his bed. Guide him safely through various traps, clear obstructions from his path, and shift his surroundings to create a safe passage to the cozy bed. Solve environment puzzles in a fantasy world, find multiple pathways through the game, and collect stars and crescents to experience the beauty of Sleepwalker’s Journey fairytale atmosphere.” (for Android & iOS, download Sleepwalker’s Journey)

    LostWinds2: Winter of the Melodias – “A quest to rescue Toku’s mother, Magdi, becomes a race against time through spectacular and richly interactive new regions of Mistralis. Toku and Enril journey through the picturesque Summerfalls Village – now beset by a sinister eternal winter and living in fear of Snow Monsters – to the frozen mountains of Chilling Peaks and the magnificent, seemingly deserted Melodia City. They come to realize that the shadowy hand of Balasar has entwined Magdi’s immediate fate with the disappearance of the ancient Melodia people centuries ago…” (for iOS only, download LostWinds2: Winter of the Melodias )

    Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode II – “The Sonic 4 Saga continues in Episode II with the return of a beloved side kick and fan-favorite villains! Following the events of Episode I, Metal Sonic has returned to form a formidable alliance with Dr. Eggman! To face this new evil, Sonic will have to call upon an old friend to help him save the day! Now joined by Tails, race across four brand new Zones and take down fearsome new badniks with deadly combination moves in order to put an end to this dastardly duo’s plans!” (for Android and iOS, download Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode II)

    Paper Monsters – “Dive into the world of Paper Monsters and watch a living world made out of paper, cardboard, and a few cotton balls unfold right before your eyes. Paper Monsters takes all of the classic 2d platforming elements, combines them with cutting edge graphics and then packs it onto your iPhone or iPad.” (for Android and iOS, download Paper Monsters for Android, download Paper Monsters for iPad and iPhone)

    Waking Mars – “In 2097, life is discovered on Mars. When your mission of first contact becomes trapped by a cave-in, you must master the alien ecosystem to survive. With time running out, you will make a decision that determines the fate of a lost planet.” (for Android and iOS. Download Waking Mars for Android; download Waking Mars for iPhone & iPad)

    Rayman Jungle Run – “Rayman Jungle Run is powered by the same UbiArt Framework engine that brought you Rayman Origins – Winner of numerous Game of the Year and Platformer of the Year awards. The legendary platforming hero is making the jump to your favorite mobile device!” (available for both Android and iOS. Download Rayman Jungle Run for Android, download Rayman Jungle Run for iOS)

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  • The new features of Android 4.1 operating system Jelly Bean

    Posted on July 11th, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    Without any doubt that the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system has been an excellent OS for all Android devices. Most Android users would prefer to own Android 4.0 ICS on their own Android devices. But the fact is that until now, there are still a lot of Android devices operating on previous versions of Android OS. Being such a wonderful OS, its successor in all ways has to perform even better. Now, luckily, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS is a comforting thing for all Android users. After a long turn of waiting along with all sorts of rumors, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is now finally here. The newest Android OS version brings quite a lot of new features for users, the biggest improvement among which is that Google is finally seriously tackling the small but noticeable lag that’s often noticeable in the platform we’re extremely happy to see. In ICES Google has really minimized it, but due to the full multitasking Android comes with, Google is taking seriously in the newest version. And with the Project Butter, the goal is to go one step further and idealistically have lag-free performance from devices.

    Android 4.1 Jelly BeanBut besides that, there’re still many more improvements and new features planted into Jelly Bean. The following content would show you some key features of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS:

    1. Project Butter would make Android devices lag-free: “Buttery graphics and silky transitions” is what you deserve with an operating system and that’s what Jelly Bean aims to finally bring to Android devices. The whole performance would become smoother and more fluent. Touch responses are getting faster in JB and switching apps is getting smoother.

    2. Time and location-aware search and suggestions in Google Now: Initially available in USA, Google Now knows where and when you are thanks to the phone’s sensors, and it uses this information along with Google’s Knowledge Graph to bring you search results and suggestions for the places you are and the times you visit them.

    3. “Actionable” notifications: Actionable here means that you can take action directly from the notification bar. Say you have a missed call – you can now call back directly from the notification drop down.

    4. Widgets resize automatically to fit your screen: Widgets are now smarter and if you try to move a large widget to a screen with little space it will automatically resize to fit and other icons automatically figure out where to move to empty the needed space.

    5. Brand new Gallery with filmstrip view and swiping gestures to delete photos: JB brings a quick and easy way to view and delete the unnecessary photos with filmstrip view in the gallery.

    6. Smarter keyboard with better autocorrect: Android Jelly Bean now comes with improved dictionaries. Predictive input gets really predictive and sometimes would even guess the word you want to type before you do. This makes it quite convenient and time saving when texting a message or email.

    7. Offline Voice Dictation: Best of all, now you don’t need to be connected to the network for voice dictation – it works offline.

    8. Improved accessibility: Jelly Bean comes with improved accessibility with Braille support and plugins for USB and Bluetooth output devices. Blind users now get touch and swipe gestures to navigate the UI, and accessability is improved.

    9. Android Beam comes to NFC Jelly Bean phones: Phones with NFC and JellyBean will get the Android Beam function that allows sharing of contacts, pages, YouTube videos and more in a second.

    10. Complete overhaul search: The new search gets a visual overhaul to match the added power of the Knowledge Graph.

    11. Intelligent voice search response: You’ve been able to search the web with your voice for a while on Android, but now the phone will speak back to you with intelligent answers.

    12. Google Now cards pop up on your screen in need: Google Now will automatically pop up relevant cards when you’re at a particular location. You’re in an airport? Your boarding pass should be right there for you.

    With the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, your Android devices would act really fast. Meanwhile, along with the unveiling of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the SDK could be downloaded at Android developer now. Best of all, it’s available for Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S and Motorola Xoom mid-July.

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  • Top 10 apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 devices to help you live a greener and more sustainable life

    Posted on May 2nd, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    Earth Day is an annual celebration of the Earth intended to boost awareness and appreciation for nature and the environment. Actually, it’s more important for us to keep our own life green in our daily life, other than being aware of environmental protection on Earth Day only. And the real world is that along with the fast development of electronic products, like the favorite iPhone, Android phones, Windows Phone 7, and any other smartphones and devices, it has become more difficult for people to live a greener and more sustainable life. Energy consumption, waste production, global warming, all these have made our earth bare so much burdens. So, what can we do to protect our Mother Earth, but still have the right to make full use of our advanced communicational technologies and devices? What is the better way to use our smartphones but relieve earth’s burden at the same time? Well, here I have collected some top 10 apps for all Android, iOS and Windows Phone 7 smartphone users to use for a greener and more sustainable life. Check the bellow to get them.

    Green Outlet
    Green OutletIf you want to save electricity, Green Outlet would be your choice. Green Outlet can help cut your electricity usage by identifying which household appliances use the most energy. You select the appliances you use how frequently each day, and the app predicts your electric bill and carbon footprint. 99 cents for iPhone

    Plastic Analyzer
    Plastic AnalyzerPlastic Analyzer tells you what sort of plastics you use on a daily basis by searching via the plastic identification code. You can find details such as what products it is used in and whether it is easily recyclable. Free for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7

    iViroIf you want to know your home energy consumption and how to save it, you can get iViro, which helps you check your home’s energy consumption and advises on upgrades and retrofits to save on your heating, electricity, and water bills. You can get a breakdown of your annual energy costs as well as monitor individual appliances, rooms, or multiple households. Free for iPhone

    Green Shine
    Green ShineGreen Shine is directory of environmental alternatives to commercial cleaning products. You only need a few basic ingredients to get started, like salt and vinegar, while solutions are organized by rooms and areas. $2.99 for iPhone

    CarticipateGas will always be a big cost in our everyday life. But with Carticipate, you can save money on gas with its car-sharing scheme that pairs friends, co-workers, and groups to coordinate driving plans. You can manage multiple trips, including your rides to and from work, or one-timers such as going with a group of friends on a trip. Free for iPhone

    iTunes Cleaner
    Mac iTunes CleanerYou must also need an iTunes cleanup tool for your iTunes which could effectively clean up your music library on iTunes so as to let you enjoy music from your iTunes on iPhone or other iOS devices well organized and space saving.

    Meter Readings
    Meter ReadingsAnother energy saving app. Meter Readings keep track of your household energy usage. You can track multiple meters for electricity, heat, and water; add reminders for when it’s time to record readings; and suggest how to generate charts and graphics to evaluate your usage patterns. Free for iPhone

    Dirty Dozen
    Dirty DozenTo make your shopping more convenient and time saving on fruits and vegetables, Dirty Dozen, as a shopping guide app from EWG, helps you determine which fruits and vegetables have the most pesticide residues and how to avoid them. It lists the 12 most contaminated fruits and vegetables depending on their provenience, and it’s very straightforward. Free for iPhone and Android

    LocavoreFor food and seasonal transfer, you can refer to Locavore, a practical app all about seasonal and local food. It has listings for farms and farmers’ markets near you and information on what’s in season, as well as an integrated social network where you can share photos and rate sellers. Free for iPhone and Android

    GoodGuideIf you want to know whether the products you want to buy or have got are green, ethical, healthy, safe or not, GoodGuide could help you. Goodguide is a barcode-scanning app that tells you whether products are green, ethical, healthy, or safe, based on scientific ratings. It has information on 170,000 products from the U.S. only. Free for iPhone and Android

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  • Top 5 worthy Android smartphones that could substitute for Apple iPhone

    Posted on April 23rd, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    Days ago, I just wrote a post talking about 5 Android tablet alternatives for Apple iPad, which provides specific information about the 5 Android devices. Today, I would like to share another 5 devices with all of you guys, and this time top 5 mostly recommended Android smartphones that could be used as substitutes for Apple iPhone, like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Samsung Galaxy S II, Motorola Droid Razr MAXX, etc. These Android smartphones would also produce excellent experience for you for website surfing, communicating, game playing, video viewing, etc. With these excellent Android smartphones, you can now no longer narrow down your choices on Apple iPhones, but also various successful and wonderful Android smartphones. Well, less nonsense, let’s straightly go to the topic.

    Samsung Galaxy Nexus

    Galaxy NexusThe Samsung Galaxy Nexus is arguably the most capable Android-based smartphone in the market right now. It comes with a 4.5 inches Super AMOLED Plus display at 1280-by-720-pixel resolution, which produces excellent experience for you to read messages, surf the internet, view pictures, play games and watch HD movies on Galaxy Nexus. What’s more, it configures with the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operation system, which adds scores of this phone greatly.

    Samsung Galaxy S III

    Samsung Galaxy S lllThe Galaxy S III is still not released yet, but not far away. Rumored to be released in May, this new smartphone has been confirmed with a quadcore 1.4GHz processor and a 4.6-inch screen running at 1280 x 720, 1GB of RAM, an 8-megapixel camera with LED flash, an NFC-equipped 2,050 mAh battery and 16GB of internal storage.

    Motorola Droid Razr MAXX

    Motorola Droid Razr MAXXThere was a time when Motorola stood atop the mobile space with its Razr. And although it lost that position to Research In Motion and then Apple over the years, the company has made a strong resurgence with the Droid Razr MAXX. That offering comes with 4G LTE, a beautifully thin design, and upgradability to Android 4.0. Best of all, it has a 4.3-inch display, which is much bigger than the iPhone’s 3.5-inch option.

    LG Nitro HD

    LG Nitro HDThe LG Nitro HD sports a really nice 4.5-inch display with 720p resolution. Underneath its hood hums a dual-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz, and the 8-megapixel camera on its back can capture video at 1080p. Also, it is one of the few Android smartphones on AT&T’s lineup that can ride on the carrier’s 4G LTE network. In terms of software, the LG Nitro HD may come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread out of the box, but we expect to see an update to Ice Cream Sandwich at some point in the future.

    Samsung Galaxy Note

    Samsung Galaxy NoteThe Samsung Galaxy Note is well-built, its Android interface is stellar and the inclusion of a stylus is making many customers happy. It comes with a 5.3″ SuperAMOLED HD screen with 1280×800 pixels producing a PPI of 285 which is quite stunning considering the screen’s size. Behind the hood are an 8mp camera, a 1.4 Ghz Dual Core processor, the ability to record in 1080p and 1GB RAM, so this is definitely one of the leading phones in the market specifications-wise.

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  • Top 10 best camera apps from Play Store for Android mobile phone devices

    Posted on March 19th, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    Google Play is a digital content service from Google which includes an online store for music, movies, books, and Android apps and games, as well as a cloud media player. The service is accessible from the web and Google TV, and mobile app Play Store on Android mobile phones as well. If you like shooting photos or images with your in hand Android smartphones, you may want to get some powerful but simple assistants to make the image or photo quality higher. And you may also know, there are bunch of apps in Android Play Store that can make your photos and images look better. These Android camera apps could improve your photos and images simply by fioltering or spicing them up with a cool effect. That’s to say, these apps could make some simple editing work for you. Of course, if you want to edit your photos and images for better look, you have to use professional image editor.

    Today we could present you ten of these useful camera apps that will help you make your photos and images look better. Just check out the content below and feel free to download any single app that grabs your attention.

    1. Paper Camera

    Paper CameraWant your photos to look like hand-drawn cartoons? That sounds like a job for Paper Camera. The bunch of cool effects in the app’s arsenal can easily cartoonify your images, and since all processing is done in real time, all you need to do is to press the shutter once you have the perfect frame in your viewfinder. Price: $1.99

    2. Lightbox

    LightboxThink of Lightbox as a virtual community where people share their photos and where you can share yours too. The app offers a good selection of effects that you can apply to an image after taking it. Once you are happy with the result, you can easily post it on Facebook, Twitter, or Lightbox. Price: Free

    3. PhotoFunia

    PhotoFuniaPhotoFunia is a fun app that can put your face on a billboard, a stamp, or a work of art such as the Mona Lisa. It has over 150 scenes and counting. All you have to do is to capture a photo of yourself, and the app takes care of the rest with the help of a little face detection magic. Price: Free

    4. Retro Camera Plus

    Retro Camera PlusAs you might expect, Retro Camera Plus is an app that can add an old-school look to your photos. It simulates a number of vintage cameras and has a nicely drawn interface too. And if you are not sure whether it is worth the $2.99, you can always try out the free version first.

    5. Pudding Camera

    Pudding CameraPudding Camera is another app that you can use to customize your photos with. With its effects, it can make your photos look as if they have been taken with an analog film camera. Best of all, it is free, so checking it out won’t hurt, would it? Price: Free

    6. Fast Burst Camera

    Fast Burst CameraThe title says it all. The Fast Burst Camera app comes in handy when you want to capture a moving object as it can take between 10 and 30 photos per second, depending on your device. And that is something that your stock camera interface cannot do. Bear in mind, however, that the images will not be taken at the camera’s maximum resolution. Still, if 30 photos per second is not enough, check out Ultra Burst Camera ($5.70), which should be even faster, yet shoots in only black and white in order to speed up the process. Price: $3.99

    7. Camera360 Ultimate

    Camera360 UltimateCamera360 Ultimate may be just another app that can manipulate images with filters and scene modes, but it should be on this list as it has tons of them. And the results are pretty good too, especially when you consider that the app does not cost a dime. Price: Free

    8. HDR Camera+

    HDR Camera+HDR stands for high dynamic range, and dynamics are something that images taken with camera phones usually lack. In plain words, if the lighting conditions are not optimal, only some areas of the image are properly exposed while others remain obscured. HDR Camera+ tackles that problem by capturing several images at different exposure values and combining them in a single HDR image. Not sure if it works? Then try the free version of the app first. Price: $3.99

    9. MAGIX Camera MX

    Magix Camera MXYeah, MAGIX Camera MX may be another set of photo filters and effects, but what makes it stand out is that the result can be seen in real time. And as an added bonus, you can sign up for a 500MB online album where you can store your masterpieces. Price: Free

    10. Camera Effects

    Camera EffectsCamera Effects is a simple and easy to use camera app with a neat, uncluttered interface. In fact, you might find the app’s interface better than the one on your smartphone’s stock camera app. It has a broad range of effects that can make your photos look noticeably better. Price: Free

    In case we have missed the camera apps which you like and you think should be presented here, let us know your thoughts by dropping your own idea on the comment part.

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