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Tweet Memes iPhone/iPad App Review
Jan 23rd 2016 at 10:06am by GiveMeApps

  It is always convenient when a tedious process which takes more than several steps is condensed into just a few. Memes, that is, funny or controversial pictures with short captions on the top and bottom edges exploded all over social media within the last five years are so. They have made ca...



Tees Dubs iPhone/iPad App Review
Dec 26th 2015 at 06:33pm by GiveMeApps

  These days everyone is sharing all of their precious moments with the world via photo and videos. A quick look at someone active on Facebook will reveal thousands of pics and vids documenting their lives. Some have used video sharing platforms like YouTube and Vine to become celebrities in t...



Geometry Pong iPhone/iPad App Review
Dec 25th 2015 at 12:01pm by GiveMeApps

  It might seem like that at some point, developers will run out of ideas for exciting games. When in doubt, reinvention is the best way to capture attention. With some forty years of video games under our belt, repitition is bound to happen. If you can repackage something and add a modern twi...



FaceDial iPhone/iPad App Review
Dec 16th 2015 at 10:14am by GiveMeApps

Every once in a while an app comes along that makes some process which was mundane or complicated become slightly easier and more fun with a few unexpected bells and whilstles thrown in.   See Also: Linechecker (Android)   It's an app that forces you to say, 'Ah, I always needed that"...



Moozy iPhone/iPad App Review
Dec 8th 2015 at 05:08am by GiveMeApps

It is rare that we come across that is truly different and breaks the mold. We're talking about the kind of game that doesn't copy any retro classic or rehash anythign that has been done before.   See Also: LeVamp (iOS)   We're talking about a game that has truly unique game play...



Homeless Regime iPhone/iPad App Review
Oct 10th 2015 at 04:32pm by GiveMeApps

If we told you that you could play a cool game and donate money to a great cause at the same time you should be excited. If you have a nack for retro based text games like Oregon Trail, then Homeless Regime should be right up your alley. Here you can learn some survival tactics, visit Australlia and...



Bumpy Rider iPhone/iPad App Review
Sep 14th 2015 at 03:38pm by GiveMeApps

What's old is new again as game developers aim to recreate the 8 bit heyday of the 1980s with retro themed 8 bit graphic with bleep and bloop SID ‐like music. The folks at Fresh Apps LLC have released such a treat that takes the sensibility of Super Mario Bros and Metroids and have given it a ...



How Did He Know? iPhone/iPad App Review
Sep 5th 2015 at 04:40am by GiveMeApps

If there’s anything that men usually fail at when it comes to relationships, it’s remembering significant dates, what our significant other likes, other peculiarities and knowing how to communicate with her when she’s at her most vulnerable. At least that’s what the sitcoms p...