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Bubble Twins app review: Colorful, casual gaming

This review is completed as part of PhoneDog Media’s Sponsored App Review Program.  Casual gaming is seeing a resurgence in the App Store. There are hundreds of games that want to steal away your attention, distract and entertain you for a few minutes at a time, each offering lightweight yet addictive experiences to keep you coming back for…

Form meets function: Truffol Station 7 USB hub review

You might recall earlier in the year I reviewed a USB charging hub from Truffol: the Station 5. I loved most everything about it, from the striking design to the multiplicity of charging ports to its compact footprint saving space on my desk. Needless to say, when it came to using Truffol’s other USB hub, the Station 7, I had high expectations….

iCarbons skins for MacBook Review: Give your Mac some personality!

There’s one thing that is incredibly annoying about Apple’s portable Macs — they all look pretty much the same! Sure, there are different sizes and slightly different shapes but look around any coffee shop or lecture hall and you’ll see a number of plain, silver laptops all looking like twins. While Apple has differentiated its iPhones with…

Review: Group Text+ and Email+ by Contrast

Composing a group message in Group Text+. Email+ operates exactly the same. If you’re someone that likes improving your workflow on your iPhone, you may have come across Launch Center Pro. This app, created by Contrast, created a new way for users to access actions and shortcuts. Now, Contrast is giving us two new apps that make communicating with…

iCarbons Review: The best iPhone skins on the market

Historically, I’ve avoided skins on my iPhone. In my experience, they’ve been poorly made, have peeled, bubbled or scuffed within days of application, and generally aren’t worth purchasing however cheap you can find them. I had heard of iCarbons before but never used one myself — Cam took a look at one last year for the iPad Air — and since…

Ollie by Sphero review: Built for speed

You’ve probably heard of Sphero thanks to the company’s app-controlled ball of the same name. In fact, if you’ve been paying attention, you will have realized that we got ahold of one recently posted our findings on the minute ball of fun just yesterday. The team behind Sphero is back with a new connected toy designed to hit a top speed of 14mph and…