• Megamind game review

    It’s a children’s animated feature, it’s in 3D, and it’s riding high on the box office charts, so it was inevitable that the makers of Megamind would license out the title for a mobile game. Almost as inevitable as the game being a poor effort spread across a...

    Own Voice app review

    With Nokia’s latest flagship device, the N8, safely in our hands, it seemed like a good opportunity to test the company’s updated Own Voice app. Tying in closely with Ovi Maps, it allows you to record your own directional commands and use them in place of those dull...

    ElectroBeats by David Guetta app review

    David Guetta is a globetrotting superstar DJ who’s also found time to produce artists like Rihanna, Madonna and the Black Eyed Peas. A man with clout, in other words. Now he’s released an iOS beatmaking app, which includes hundreds of samples for you to use in making...

    Translate app review

    There isn’t so much as an inch of fat on Translate’s bones – even the title drops all but the most essential of words. This is a strictly functional translation app, but it works very well indeed – you choose your languages, type a phrase and tap to translate....

    Supernanny app review

    Where would parents be without Supernanny? The parenting show has been hugely popular both in the UK and now the US too. An official app was inevitable, but thankfully it’s actually pretty good. It includes parenting tools like a mobile reward chart, and a time-out...
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