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A new kind of puzzle game to rival Tetris?

I'm guessing that most of us have, at some point in our lives, played the phenomena that is the Tetris game. For the first 100 or so times we play it, it's a fascinating and engaging puzzle game that manages to test our skill and challenges our reaction times whilst helping us to pass the time quite nicely. However, after a while, it just turns into a bit of an addiction where all you really want to do is to beat the system. I hate to call it boring but there is a limit to the amount of times I can play it without wanting to throw my device against a wall. Haha!  More

Broken Lines Oct 19th 2016

A companion app for all you Pokemon GO lovers

I'm sure that, by now, all of you are aware of the mobile gaming phenomena known as Pokemon GO. It is so popular that, since its release in July, releasing company Nintendo went from 24th up to 6th in the LikeFolio Top50 and right now they are getting more Twitter mentions than Microsoft, Amazon, Netflix and Facebook because of it. Pretty impressive, id say!. Pokemon GO has been hailed as a revolutionary development because it heralds a new generation of 'augmented reality' games onto the market. So far, GO has generated over 500 million downloads worldwide. It was only a matter of time, I ...  More

PokéLogs - Record Keeping for GO Players Oct 14th 2016

A game to create your own solar system

What was that famous Star Trek quote? Space, the final frontier. A five year mission to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilisations, to boldly go where no man has gone before. Those words could well be the statement that accompanies this new side scrolling game for iOS from Rinikulous games. Lonely Sun is a great looking space travel game where you guide planets through 5 levels of a new solar system avoiding dangers and picking up the raw materials that will turn you into a celestial giant. Lonely Sun is a beautifully designed side scrolling game about a ...  More

LONELY SUN - Be Gravity's Guiding Hand Oct 12th 2016

Test your sporting skills by mixing stocks and fantasy

I'm sure you are well aware that fantasy sports games have gone through the roof over the last few years. In May 2015 a research company estimated that it was now a US$2 billion industry and experiencing a 10.7% annual growth with over 56.8 million people playing yearly in the US and Canada. In other's big! Naturally, certain elements have evolved over the years and the emergence of team trading rather than player trading has emerged as a popular spin off.  More

TeamTrader Oct 11th 2016

Clever localized advertising for restaurants and retail

If you are a shop or a restaurant these days, you need a full arsenal of advertising and marketing ideas to get your message across. Many years ago, shops would often employ a spruiker who would stand outside the store and call out the latest deals and specials to encourage people to come inside. In today's world however, when pretty much everyone has a smartphone in their pocket, there are easier and more effective ways of achieving the same goals.  More

Palp for Proximity Social Marketing Oct 11th 2016

One place for all your cheap international phone calls

I wonder sometimes how regular telephone companies ever make any money given the amount of free or virtually free calling options that there are available to the general public these days. You can just sign onto Whatsapp, Viber or Skype and be connected to friends around the world for free in a matter of moments. What's more, the quality of connection is generally good as long as you choose the right service. However, there aren't that many services available that cover the whole gamut of mobile communications. QuickCall is a new phone app that gives callers a better, more reliable, ...  More Oct 5th 2016

Any you thought 'Losing My Religion' was about Michael Stipe's struggle with the church, did you?

Are you one of those people who still can't help singing that 'it's a long way to the shop if you want a sausage roll' whenever you hear that AC/DC classic? Or maybe you're the one that sings "all the lonely Starbucks lovers" in your head whenever you listen to Taylor Swift's "Blank Space." Let's face it, you have little chance of discerning what a song is actually about if you can't even get the lyrics right. When you talk to songwriters - and I've talked to a lot over the years - they rarely give you any insight into what their songs are actually about anyway. In fact, they will often ...  More

Lyreka Oct 2nd 2016

A dating app where you can become totally anonymous

When apps like Tinder first came onto the market just a few years ago their audience was perceived to be the quick hook up or were looking for one-night stands. However, as is the case with many new innovations, it has evolved a little into something else over the years. These days, it's as much of a social network as it is a place where you can hook up. It was one of the first 'swiping apps' where the user uses a swiping motion to choose between the photos of other users. Just swipe right for potentially good matches and swipe left to move on to the next one. It's downfall for some, ...  More Sep 26th 2016

A new game to help Ted survive the apocalypse

Gee, games are getting grittier and grittier these days. A few weeks ago, we at the FeedMyApp offices reviewed a pretty good but fairly low-fi game with a storyline that involved saving the people from a town from devastating floods. Talk about art imitating life. This week we have a game that goes one step further. 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure is a game for iOS that is precisely what it says it is in its title. This beautifully animated game gives you a mere 60 seconds to gather your flock and your essential supplies together and get them down into the shelter before the apocalypse hits. ...  More

60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure Sep 22nd 2016

Salesforce deployment made quicker and easier

It's all very well for businesses to come up with updated configurations of their product with the aim of making them even more efficient - but it can be an altogether different matter when trying to put those ideas into practise. If you use a case and task management system like Salesforce it can be quite a task in itself to always have the most recent version of a project available and to be able to differentiate between the development and production models. Unfortunately, the problems don't end there. Even when you've successfully identified the latest configuration there's often a ...  More

deployPKG Sep 21st 2016

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