Best iPad Games for April 2014

best ipad games april 2014

April 2014 is one of the best months in terms of iPad game releases this year. When April started I only knew about the Hitman board game arriving for iOS but it seems that there are plenty of others to snap the competition right away. The advantage of being an iPad reviewer is that I     [Continue Reading]

Trails Frontier Review: Ubisoft’s nails it with their latest bike racing action

Gameplay action in Trails Frontier

Ubisoft is one of the most renowned publisher in the video gaming industry giving several hits like Assassins Creed, Prince of Persia, Ghost Recon and many more. While the company’s success is predominated by their titles launched for consoles and PC’s, the company failed to make a solid mark in the mobile gaming industry. With     [Continue Reading]

Skyline Skaters Review for iPad

Skyline Skaters iOS App Icon

I haven’t played many skating game lately and Skyline Skaters come as a refreshment in this genre. To be honest I downloaded the game after a long day’s work, sitting on the balcony and thinking about something that would totally kill my boredom. I desperately searched through the AppStore on that Friday night tapping and     [Continue Reading]

3 Best Tips For Mastering Flappy Bird & Scoring Big

Flappy Bird on iPad

Flappy Bird took the entire app world by storm with their simplistic yet extremely hard gameplay where your main purpose is to make a pixelated duck fly through various tunnels without actually hitting them. You score one point for every single obstacle that you cross and the count goes on till you hit a pipe.     [Continue Reading]

Rookie Photo Editor Review for iPad

Rookie Camera Interface

Rookie is one of my favorite app in 2014 and it’s likely to stay in my top 10 list as the year unfolds. For those of you who never heard of this app, Rookie is a simple to use Instagram-like photo editor for iOS that comes packed with an elegant design as well as an     [Continue Reading]

Best iPad Apps For January 2014

Best iPad Apps January 2014

After some major iPad app releases in December I thought that the first month of 2014 would be quite. However, 2014 started with a bang and it seems that most of these developers were gearing up to launch their apps, re-brand existing applications right at the beginning of this year. After doing some pretty hefty     [Continue Reading]

Feed Me Oil 2 Review: Slick Puzzle Game

Feed Me Oil graphics

Feed Me Oil 2 is the sequel to the critically acclaimed original game Feed Me Oil released a few years back. With this second version the game takes the same old concept of delivering raw oil from point A to b coupled with a sophisticated physics engine to control the movement of the fluid. Let’s     [Continue Reading]

Best iPad Apps of 2013 Winners

TNIB Best iPad Apps 2013 winners

Time has come to reveal the winners for our best iPad apps 2013 awards. A few days ago I posted the nominations from several categories like best racing game, best app for productivity etc. and I must say that the competition is quite intense this year. Without further due here are the winners. Congratulations to     [Continue Reading]

Colossatron Review: Weird alien tetris-like action

Colossatron Graphical Artwork

Colossatron is certainly inspired from Halfbrick’s massive action in their popular game called Jetpack Joyride. With Colossatron you are in charge of controlling a mysterious robotic aliens that arrives from outer space with the mission of destroying everything in it’s path. This game is so filled with action that it will test your urge for     [Continue Reading]

iA Writer Pro launched: Redefining the complete writing process

Writer Pro iOS App Icon

I have been a big fan of iA Writer and I still consider it as the best writing app for your iPad as well as Mac. Today they are introducing a brand new app called iA Writer Pro that’s aiming to provide a minimalistic approach to the entire writing workflow. The main difference between iA     [Continue Reading]

Angry Birds Go Review: Nothing Special Just Karts

Angry Birds Go main poster

Rovio had to come out of their traditional angry birds gameplay and try something new for the millions of fans worldwide. With Angry Birds Go the series is expanding into a whole new genre of downhill kart racing. The roots of the game still reflects the familiar characters from the original franchisee including those red     [Continue Reading]

Icycle on Thin Ice Review: Artistic Extravaganza

Icycle on thin ice close up graphics

Chillingo’s Icycle on thin ice is one of the most visually impressive games I have encountered in recent times. The game is designed to captivate the imagination of the larger audience and present something abstract, mystical and play-friendly. It’s been a while since I played something like Icycle on thin ice. As a matter of     [Continue Reading]