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FIFA 14 for iPhone/iPad – 1 step forward, 2 steps back? [Review]

There are certain stereotypes that hold true for me. I’m British and I’m male. That means I love drinking tea, and I love football. (Soccer to the Americans among you.) As a kid, I loved football so much that if I wasn’t playing it in my back garden (field) I was popping off to my friend’s house a couple of minutes’ walk away to play FIFA 97 on his…

Type once and search everywhere with Phlo for iOS [Review]

Phlo, from Mumbai-based developers Cynapse, is a tremendous meta-search tool for iOS that enables you to type your search query once and view results from multiple websites. Simply open the app on your iPhone or iPad, type your query into the familiar looking search bar atop the page and hit search. You’ll then be greeted by results from whichever is…

Zorbit’s Math Adventure teaches your pre-school kids math without them realizing it [Review]

I don’t often get asked to review apps for kids, but, seeing as I have a couple of my own I’m always on the lookout for entertaining and educational programs. Both my son and daughter are under five, and fit in perfectly to the target audience of Zorbit’s Math Adventure. So I gave it a spin – or rather – handed it to my kids to see what they thought of…

Angry Birds Star Wars 2 – First Look [VID]

Angry Birds Star Wars proved a massive hit when it launched on the App Store a little while back. And now, the sequel is out. Instead of following the story of A New Hope, Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi like the original title, ABSW2 follows the prequel trilogy. It introduces you to beaked feathery versions of Qui Gon Jinn and others from…

See what your day looks like with Morning for iPad [Review]

Morning for iPad is designed to make your daily routine easier than ever before according to its developers Tamper. The idea behind the app is to present you with everything you need to see to start your day in one place – all your essential information is shown in customizable panels and is there for you to take in with a glance. Morning provides…

Running with Minions – Despicable Me: Minion Rush [Review]

Despicable Me 2, the second in the popular Despicable Me film franchise, has been a hit at cinemas worldwide this summer and, in a surprise move (not), the films’ creators Universal, have teamed up with games publisher Gameloft to cash in by releasing a mobile game to accompany the big screen experience. In the game, you control one of the ever-popular…

Must-have apps for this Back to School season

As many of our readers will be heading back to school, university or college soon (myself included), I thought it would be a good idea to outline some of my personal must-have apps for my studies. These are some of my most used applications and are certainly the ones I download onto every new iOS device immediately. Wunderlist We all need to make…

iStudiez Pro: An all-in-one organizational tool for your studies [Review]

It’s that time of year again: Back to School. While you may be trying to get yourself organized with your university essentials or stationary for school, you may also want to think about what your iOS devices can do for you. Fortunately for us iOS users, there are plenty of apps out there that can help get you through the academic year. One such app…