All items tagged with "one dollar"

Wonderful Day Task Monitoring App Isn’t Wonderful Enough [Review]

Wonderful Day is a different sort of one-dollar reminders app. It’s there to remind you of the things you’d like to get done, not the things you have to do. Although it sports an attractive visual design, it suffers from a handful of crucial failings that make it less useful than it could be.

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Angry Birds Star Wars: These Are The Birds You’re Looking For [Review]

When I first heard that Angry Birds Star Wars was on its way, all I could think was: I have a bad feeling about this.

The cynic in me felt disgruntled about the repetitive nature of the Angry Birds brand, but the realist in me told the cynic to shut up, chill out, and enjoy the game.

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Earn To Die Zombie-Squishing Driving Game Doesn’t Quite Deliver [Review]

Earn To Die Zombie-Squishing Driving Game Doesn’t Quite Deliver [Review]

That’s the first one down.

You shouldn’t judge people purely on first impressions (although many of us do). You probably shouldn’t do the same with apps either. But first impressions count for a lot, and my first impressions of zombie killfest Earn to Die are, well, not that great.

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Yet Another Minimal Text Editor, But This One’s Good And Cheap Too [Review]

Text editor groupies of the world, gather round. I have something new to show you.

Clean Writer Pro is a newcomer to the OS X text scene, and offers a lot of the basics for a very good price: and right now, it’s on sale for a dollar.

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Headquake Sound Enhancer Doesn’t Live Up To Its Hype [Review]

Headquake Sound Enhancer Doesn’t Live Up To Its Hype [Review]

Headquake’s greeting

Headquake is a music sound enhancement app for iOS. It claims to “flat narrow sounds to an enormous yet perfectly balanced 3D Sound experience surrounding your head.” But hearing, like music, is a very individual thing, and Headquake’s efforts aren’t always much of an enhancement.

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Microsoft’s Latest iOS Game Is A Fast-Paced Tapping Frenzy Of Fun [Review]

Microsoft’s Latest iOS Game Is A Fast-Paced Tapping Frenzy Of Fun [Review]

Lemmy makes a bid for freedom

We don’t often praise Microsoft here at Cult of Mac, but with this game they’ve got almost everything right. It’s a cool action-adventure romp with great visuals and a sense of humor. The only thing that leaves me boggling is the ridiculous name: “Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin.” I beg your pardon?

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Calculator LCD Does What You Need On iPad [Review]

You wait for ages for a calculator, then two come along at once. Following on from Sums which we reviewed the other day, here’s Calculator LCD, a smart-looking one dollar desktop-style calculator for iPad.

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Finger Your Way Through Math With This Gesture-Controlled Calculator [Review]

Finger Your Way Through Math With This Gesture-Controlled Calculator [Review]

Adding up goes this way, and taking away goes that way

Sums is a gesture-based calculator for iOS, and whether you like it will, I suspect, largely depend on how much you’re already accustomed to using traditional calculators.

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This Camera App Is Like Loading Black-and-White Film Into Your iPhone [Review]

This Camera App Is Like Loading Black-and-White Film Into Your iPhone [Review]

If you want to shoot b&w, get this app now

Every now and again you find something on the App Store that brings a smile to your face because you know it’s new, it’s different, and it does something that no other app has done before. Hueless is a one dollar black-and-white camera app that meets all those criteria and more, and after just a day of shooting with it, I think I’m in love.

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The World Doesn’t Need More Do-It-All Camera Apps [Review]

The World Doesn’t Need More Do-It-All Camera Apps [Review]

Fotor: yet another all-in-one camera app

Another day, another all-singing and all-dancing photography app. This one is called Fotor, priced at one dollar. Do we need more of these? Probably not. Is this one any good? Yeah, mostly. But it doesn’t stand out in the crowd.

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