This week some electrifying iOS apps have been comprised that will really bring a change for the iOS users as they can now enjoy their devices with great ease.
The 1941 Frozen Front reconstructs the classic world War II battles between the German Army and the Soviet in a turn based strategy game. You will spend money on the gold coins that help your progress. The only problem that you can face is its Nazis versus Communists. They are all bad guys.
The AllowanceBot ($2) empowers you and your kids to track your payments to them weekly. As well as their development toward earning their allowance. This app is protected by the parental password to confirm Bobby cannot increase his own allowance.
This nifty app ($2) has been one of our best ways for diverting a young kid. Now drawing Pad for the iPad sports some new modifications. A recent update has been added to the text tools, innovative brush control, the sketch pencils, and many more. This week’s upgrade improves to that feature list 2 coloring books to attract the kids still want to explore to color inside the lines.
Here is a nifty app for the iPhone: IFTTT can do one action automatically when a trigger is met. For Example, you can now program the application with the ‘’recipe’’ to email particular friends whenever you check into the restaurants on Foursquare. There are many deviations, but it is a productivity application that will mechanize many irritating title processes for you.
This game ($5) for iPhone and iPad comprises a boy looking for his sister in a lovely, stark white-and-black silhouetted universe. Introduced on the iOS last month, the Limbo is still working out the germs, the new update solves some of them, while also ensuring that the iPod touch isn’t a supported device.
The oflow ($4) is a creativity app for iPad and iPhone that attempts to get your dreams jump-started with the more than 150 questions and methods to get your brain thinking outside the proverbial box.
The PhotoMagic ($1) app for iPad and iPhone is an awesome photo effects app, trying to distinguish itself by quantity: There are 30 each of filters, frames and light effects to use on your photos.