We’ve talked a lot lately about the Hand Stylus, which aims to be the world’s first fine-tip stylus. Does it live up to the hype? It’s time to put the Hand through its paces and find out.
Every Instagram user who owns an iPad has spent many an hour hunting for that one really fantastic Instagram client for iPad. There are plenty of them available, but none that work with the elegance and simplicity of Iris.
I’m a huge fan of Element Case’s products. Their Vapor Dock got my attention in a big way a short while back, proving itself the cream of the crop for iPhone docks. Let’s take a look at the iPhone case that’s made to complement the Dock: the Vapor Pro.
A Polaroid app! It seems so obvious an idea, it’s a wonder it took so long to happen. I’m happy to report: Polamatic was worth the wait.
It’s probably the oddest stylus you’ve ever seen. At first glance, it seems to be a big, black crayon. In reality, the Cosmonaut is the stylus, reborn. Re-imagined from the ground up, it’s an effort to throw out all the rules and create something a whole lot smarter.
The Vapor Dock is the kind of high-end iPhone-charging dock that Jonathan Ive would approve of. It’s precision-cut from a single piece of aluminum, with an incredible attention to detail.
Looking for a perfect puzzle game for short snatches of time? Zonr is a rapid-fire puzzler from KlickTock, one of my favorite game devs. You might know them from Doodle Find or Little Things.
Tweetbot‘s been getting a lot of love from critics and attention from the App Store, lately. I took the iPad version for a spin to see if it lives up to the hype.
As someone who adores adventure games, as soon as I saw The Tiny Bang Story appear in the App Store, I knew I had to play it. I took my time playing through its lush, hand-drawn world, and here’s my verdict.
MacPaw’s brand-spanking-new Mac app Gemini is the kind of duplicate finder program that Mac users love, boasting a super-slick interface and an entirely new file-searching algorithm.