Category: ios-reviews

Best iOS Games: What To Play?

It is safe to say that iOS is one of the best mobile gaming systems you can currently use. Thanks to its awesome internals capable of running very complex and demanding...

Review: Super Mario Run (With Tips & Tricks)

Super Mario Run has finally arrived at the iOS App Store! For many of us who played this iconic title on some of the classic consoles, this is great news. However, even...

Prisma Packs Artistic and Diverse Photo Filters and Effects

One thing is sure when it comes to the iOS App Store, and that is the fact that there is no shortage of photo-editing apps. The competition in this particular segment of...

Apple Pencil And The iPad Pro Are A Match Made

The iOS App Store offers plenty of choices when it comes to gaming, regardless of a genre you are interested in. Hardcore gamers will be happy to know that all the...

Review: Pokémon Go

After several delays, Pokémon Go is finally available to iOS users, free of charge. Even though the game only recently launched, it spread like wildfire over the last...

Review: Never Alone – Ki Edition

Even though many of us believe that iOS games can’t be as addictive as console games, I strongly disagree with that. Sure, there are a lot of great endless runners and...

Review: Google’s Gboard

Android users were able of adding and using third party keyboards for a long time now. This was one of the biggest points against iOS and its restricted system. However,...

Review: Don’t Starve (Pocket Edition)

From time to time, a game becomes so popular that it influences other developers to create similar games. Sometimes this can be a good thing, especially if a developer...

Review: LOUD on Planet X

With thousands of developers trying to find their place on the iOS App Store, it is expected that not everyone will find a place on the bestselling charts that they...

Review: Flick Home Run

Flick Home Run was one of those games that I kept seeing on the iOS App Store, even though I never tried this title. Maybe that’s because of its icon, or perhaps...