It has been quite a while since we reviewed Apps that aren’t games and here we are reviewing Audium, an app that aims to replace the built in iPod found in iPhone and iPod Touch. The app brings something much needed in such app and that is gestures. As soon as you launch the app you will see all your albums and you can swipe to scroll. If you found the album, double click it ...

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So before I get into the actual app guide please keep in mind that this is just my personal take on the matter and that this list is based on my views only. You might disagree and I understand that so please don’t misinterpret my intentions. Now that thats out of the way, I present to you The Ultimate Chuknum iPad App Guide where I basically take the hassle out of picking a game ...

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So I was hunting through the app store like the app nut that I am, when I saw the newly released Sephora app. You might find it strange that I would be interested in a make up app since I play video games, but on the contrary, Im actually a girly girl who likes make up and high heels too. So back to the app, at first glance it seemed like a great app, not ...

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The Zoorgs have invaded space and time as we know it and its up to you to fix the anomalies that ensue! Basically its a fancy way of saying find the stuff on the screen before the timer runs out. The game is highly addictive the best way I can describe it is that its like this generations version of Wheres Wally. God I miss Where’s Wally! *ahem* back to the review. The app ...

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Im not a fan of racing games on the iPad/iPhone but as soon as I saw this game featured on the App Store I just had to get it. Seeing all those SEGA characters just woke up the kid in me and a flood of Nostalgia just came flooding through. Dramatic, I know, but I couldn’t help myself. I immediately clicked “purchase” without a second thought and as I anxiously awaited the install bar ...

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I’ve always wanted a decent app for writing notes on the iPad but every time I download an app I don’t exactly get what I want. Luckily enough I came across “Bamboo Paper” created by the best tablet creators Wacom. Though it’s best use is by using a stylus, the app works perfectly without it. The app lets you take notes all compiled in a single notebook, think of if you were going to write ...

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I present to you the cutest game you will ever see on iTunes. Introducing Tiny Tower, the pixel filled hotel strategy/time management game developed by NimbleBit. Ok before I continue I have to say this is not a remake of the popular Sim Tower. Wait, don’t leave! its still an amazing game! Any game geek knows Sim Tower and a remake has been widely desired but Tiny Tower isn’t it, but thats not a ...

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Zookeeper is a game developed by a Japanese company called Kitseretsu. I LOVE that name. The fact that its a Japanese game is enough reason for me to love it but let me explain why the actual app is worthy to the general public. Zookeeper is not a new game. I was originally introduced to the game when I bought the Nintendo DS version and I loved it from the start. The gameplay isn’t ...

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There are many music player alternatives for the iPad but I have not seen anything like this. This app integrates with the built in music player and functions separately as a gorgeous looking app. It has your songs laid out in space, each artist on a planet and songs on their moons/mini planets. You can search by letter, pinch to zoom and watch your song in as a little planet as it circulates around it’s ...

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Feed Me Oil, as the name implies is feeding but with a twist. In this unique puzzle game, your objective is simple, direct oil flow from a broken pipe into the mouth of a monster. While interesting in concept, the game plays well but has a number of issues I thought could have improved the experience. During the course of the game, levels get tougher and you get more tools to use in order to feed ...

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The latest edition from Chillingo (the people who brought you Angry birds and Cut the Rope) is a gem of a game called “Storm in a Teacup”. Everything about this game is adorable, from the music and backdrops, to the graphics and interface, even the title is adorable. The game is a physics based side scroller with a twist, the best way to describe it is that if feels like the whole game takes place ...

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This game is one of those intuitive games with a funny character and a simple gameplay mechanic, in other words, all the ingredients to make a great game. The main character that you control is an cubic yet elastic ninja who happens to be cute. You pull/drag with your finger to stretch it and make it stick from one point to another, collecting orbs and moving from one point to another. Of course this is ...

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Bumpy Road is a game developed by Simogo. The app was featured as “iPad App of the Week”, so I decided to check it out. The story revolves around a couple who decide to take a road trip like they used to during their younger years. It’s similar to other 2D side scrollers but heres the catch, instead of controlling the car you manipulate the surrounding terrain to push the car in the direction you ...

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