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Sendoo review

Sendoo lets you create and send all kinds of multimedia greetings to family and friends using one of their many handy templates. Using this program, you can quickly create an eCard, add a special message to a photo, or select a clip of music to send to someone.

When you first open Sendoo, you'll have to enter your name and phone number, so that you can send messages through the app. Next, a pop-up window appears showing you how to access all of the app's features. From your main screen, just tap the large + icon in the upper … Read more

Review: A Tack for Mac features a fast-paced gameplay and nice graphics

A Tack for Mac features fast gameplay that involves shooting push pins at pencils. Inspired by classic Space Invaders, this game comes with easy-to-learn controls that enable gamers of all ages to join in the fun, making it a suitable family game. The good number of graphic options allows smooth performance on any machine.

After a straightforward installation, A Tack for Mac greets you with a settings screen where you can adjust the resolution and the level of graphic detail using two sliders. The gameplay, itself -- aiming and shooting push pins -- is extremely easy to get started with, … Read more

Review: Enjoy a fast, intuitive and feature packed Cal: Any.do Calendar & Widget

Cal: Any.do Calendar & Widget successfully manages all your day-to-day tasks and activities, allowing you to plan your time more effectively without forgetting anything.

After the installation, Cal welcomes you with an appealing promotional video, which loops until you start the app. The app's interface is basic but appealing -- a calendar displaying the current month. With just a click on the plus icon you can add a new event and set a reminder. There are also a few other neat settings you can adjust for each event -- set a location where the event will take place, … Read more

Review: Move: A Brain Shifting Puzzle provides you with a fun brain teaser

Even though it features rather basic graphics, Move: A Brain Shifting Puzzle is a unique-enough puzzle game that is guaranteed to amuse you. Its introductory levels make the game easy to learn regardless of your experience level. This version even features a Color Blind mode welcoming those who have trouble recognizing colors.

Move features a basic yet clean interface devoid of fancy graphics. The sounds are pleasant, but if you prefer to play without any sound, you can also turn them completely off in the Settings menu. In addition, you can also choose to connect to Facebook, as well as … Read more

Review: SimplyMPress offers a number of tools for typography designers

SimplyMPress is a free text-based design tool that provides amateur designers the opportunity to create typographic layouts on their iOS devices. The app is rich in features, and while it's possible to question how many people are going to use their iOS device for this type of design, SimplyMPress provides enough tools that anyone who chooses to do so will have what they need at their disposal.

SimplyMPress doesn't come with tutorials, but does provide several tools for creating text-based designs. There are backgrounds for texture, text with dozens of fonts, colors, and layout options, text flipping and … Read more

Review: LockCube is an unnecessarily difficult-to-use security app

LockCube is a cloud-based secure backup program for keeping files saved and accessible anywhere. As with most security programs, it is difficult to test how secure the data is without someone attempting to access it. But the app, itself, is difficult enough to use that it's unlikely to be the first choice of those looking to safely store their data.

It takes a lot of work to sign onto LockCube, and the program warns you of almost none of it. Signing up for LockCube takes place online, not in the application, and involves many different steps that can take … Read more

Review: Air Video Server HD for Mac streams videos from your computer to iOS

Air Video Server HD for Mac makes it easy for you to watch your favorite videos streamed from your Mac computer on an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, or Apple TV. This fantastic application installed quickly on our test Mac and detected and played videos on our iOS devices without any delays or errors.

If you have videos on your Mac computer, then you know how hard it can be to share and view them on your other devices such as iPhone and iPad. Air Video Server HD for Mac streamlines this process by eliminating lengthy conversion and file transfer processes, … Read more

Review: 100 Doors : RUNAWAY is a fun door-unlocking puzzle game

Thanks to its sliding scale of difficulty, 100 Doors: RUNAWAY is a great entry into a semi-crowded series of similar puzzles. It's not made by the same folks who made the original and it won't blow you away, but there's plenty of fun to be had here.

If you ever played any game in this genre, you already know what to expect. This puzzle game gives you door after door that you have to figure out how to unlock. You do this by combining multiple, unique physics elements to solve puzzles. If you need help, there's … Read more

Review: Private Gallery locks away your photos and videos behind a password

Private Gallery creates a blocked-off storage folder on your iOS device where you can place personal photos and videos away from prying eyes. The app works as intended, though it does suffer from a slightly messy interface and some limitations in the trial version.

When you first open Private Gallery, you must choose between either a four-digit pin or a hand-drawn password using the familiar 3x3 grid. You'll need this passcode to access the contents of the app anytime you log in from now on. After you choose your password, you can start creating folders, moving images and videos, … Read more

Review: Fruits Break offers fast action and colorful graphics

Fruits Break tests your matching skills and reaction speed while you progress through many challenging levels. The game features good graphics and interesting gameplay, and operates without any crashes.

After a quick and easy installation, Fruits Break greets you with pleasant music and an attractive home screen. If by any chance you don't like the music, you can easily switch it off with just a click on an icon in the upper-right corner. There is a "Help" button, but that only illustrates how to swipe and doesn't give any guidelines or tips on how to score … Read more