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Sprinkle Islands review
5 out of 5

Sprinkle Islands review

By 29 August 2013

Did you ever play Sprinkle? It's the game where you use a water cannon mounted on a crane to adjust its height and angle to fight fires, move obstacles, spin wheels and do a host of different things to solve puzzles throughout increasingly difficult levels.... >>

A week in reviews: 12 - 16 August

A week in reviews: 12 - 16 August

By 17 August 2013

It's been a mad week - by which we mean a mad-fun week, chock-full of review products from many corners of tech. From visiting Iceland to explore the landscape in which Joseph Kosinski's movie Oblivion was shot - with a Fujifilm X-M1 in tow, no less... >>

Plants vs Zombies 2 review
5 out of 5

Plants vs Zombies 2 review

By 15 August 2013

Plants vs Zombies is one of the most popular gaming apps ever released. And for good reason: it's so good that you'll want to eat your own brain. Popcap, the title's developer, has been gobbled up by publishing giant EA since the original game's app-format... >>

Octonauts to your iPads! Official CBeebies app brings kids' favourites to iOS, Android and Kindle

Octonauts to your iPads! Official CBeebies app brings kids' favourites to iOS, Android and Kindle

By 15 August 2013

The BBC has launched an official CBeebies app, called CBeebies Playtime, that features a number of hit characters from the dedicated children's channel. The app offers a basic discovery interface and is highly interactive, taking advantage of many of... >>

We will spend $75 billion on apps in 2017, 75 per cent of that on in-app purchases

We will spend $75 billion on apps in 2017, 75 per cent of that on in-app purchases

By 14 August 2013

A report has been published that claims the app market will be worth $75 billion a year by 2017, that's £48.57 billion. And a vast majority of that revenue will be generated by in-app purchases. Analytics firm Juniper Research has conducted a study into... >>

PlayStation All-Stars Island for iPhone, iPad and Android breaks Sackboy and Nathan Drake out of Sony exclusivity

PlayStation All-Stars Island for iPhone, iPad and Android breaks Sackboy and Nathan Drake out of Sony exclusivity

By 9 August 2013

Sony is bringing some of its most-loved gaming IPs to iOS and Android in the shape of endless-running game PlayStation All-Stars Island. Nathan Drake, the hero of the Uncharted series, Sackboy from LittleBigPlanet, Cole McGrath from the first two InFamous... >>

App of the day: Fill More! review (iPhone)

App of the day: Fill More! review (iPhone)

By 6 August 2013

If you've played the classic game Filler then Fill More! will be familiar territory. This modern-day mobile device adaptation is based loosely around a command and conquer theme that feels like playing a digital board game. Fill More! is a strategic turn-based... >>

Spotify Browse for mobile rolls out to Android and iOS from today, curated playlists from the big S itself

Spotify Browse for mobile rolls out to Android and iOS from today, curated playlists from the big S itself

By 5 August 2013

Spotify has started to rollout its new Browse feature to mobile devices. Initially available to iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Android users, with other platforms to come later, Spotify's Browse page offers handpicked playlists for different occasions.... >>

Usain Bolt available as Temple Run 2 in-app purchase for limited time

Usain Bolt available as Temple Run 2 in-app purchase for limited time

By 1 August 2013

Usain Bolt has been tied to a few tech companies of late. He was the "face" of Samsung's NX cameras and has been on our screens peddling Virgin Media broa'ban for some time. Now you can have the fastest man in the world on your Android or iOS device.... >>

App of the day: Compulsive review (iPhone)

App of the day: Compulsive review (iPhone)

By 30 July 2013

Sometimes simple is best and Compulsive - the colour-matching puzzle game that's against the clock - is as stripped-back as they come. Few ingredients make for the perfect taste though and even the game's title rings true in a self-declaration of truth:... >>