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Is this the new Candy Crush with cocktails?

I read an article in Geektime not so long back suggesting that freemium games like Candy Crush Saga could soon be a thing of the past. The thought was that, given Activision Blizzard's US$5.9 billion purchase of King Digital Entertainment - the creators of the mega huge arcade game - the emphasis was probably going to be on prepaid games to recoup much of that seemingly vast expenditure. Well, all I can say to that is that you should tell that to the myriads of people who are still playing games like CCS on the bus and train as I commute to and from work every day.  More

Cocktail Bash Apr 12th 2016

Find the best places to eat, drink and have fun using friends' recommendations

Every business owner knows the effectiveness of location based advertising online these days but, as good as it is, there’s still nothing that can touch good old word of mouth to enhance your business reputation. This is especially true when it comes to the food and drink industry. The fact is, a recommendation from a friend or someone you trust is worth its weight in gold. However, there's no reason why you can't take advantage of both to propel your business in the right direction and to build a reputation as the best place to go.  More

Cinco - Top 5 Places To Eat, Drink and Play Apr 11th 2016

The only business management app with CRM, Project Management and Invoicing

We here at the FeedMyApp offices have reviewed plenty of business management apps over the years. There have been some great ones that can pretty much manage and control your whole business from beginning to end. It's rare, however, to find one that features a solid CRM and a project management module as well as invoicing automation. The Web3Box (W3B) is the only set of business management tools on the app market that features all these and more. It is, without doubt, one of the most all-encompassing business apps that we've come across so far. W3B is an ultra fast, secure and powerful ...  More

W3B Apr 11th 2016

Taking photo and video sharing to a new level

The social media world is an ever changing one. It goes through static moments where little seems to change and then another network comes along that slightly kinks the model a little bit. Facebook started it off and then there was Twitter for words, Instagram for photos and i read recently that users now send over 2 billion Snapchat photos and videos every day. Astonishing! So why do we need another social network to complicate our lives even further?  More

Tuurnt Mar 29th 2016

Make neighborhoods safer with this personal tracking app

AidMaid is one of those apps that one hopes neither you nor your friends will ever need to use. I guess that's a strange first line for a review but, if I told you that it's a personal alarm and tracking app, I'm sure you'll come around to my way of thinking. As I'm sure you are aware, these are dangerous times. In some neighborhoods around the world, you can be taking your life in your hands every time you walk home at night. However, with the AidMaid Trusted Companion app on your Android or iOS, you'll be able to contact a hero nearby in a matter of seconds if you think you might be in ...  More

AidMaid Trusted Companion Mar 26th 2016

Make your Android device faster and more efficient

While it might be hard to make a case that Android mobiles and tablets are slow, there is always room for improvement. Panda Assistant is a new app that offers a set of smart tools that aims to see your device working to its optimum capacity. With a simple one tap movement you can turn on or off system settings, find and launch your favorite apps, check all your recent messages and social media communications, access voice assistants quickly and uninstall or backup applications while speeding up your phone by cleaning up unused processes and freeing up memory.  More

Panda Assistant Mar 22nd 2016

The next generation of restaurant POS apps is here for you now

The restaurant business has really changed over the years. There was a time when many dining spots were basically mom and dad affairs. You ordered your food from one of them and the other would cook it to your specifications - with a bit of luck. But restaurants nowadays seem to have got bigger and more complicated and you almost need a Maitre'D in each to control the flow and to make sure that everything runs to perfection. However, it's not exactly easy to find someone who is competent and hard working enough to live up to the name these days.  More

Kounta POS Mar 22nd 2016

Call on Bluee for the chepest prices and best voice quality for international calls

Let's face it, everyone loves cheap phone calls, don't they? Even more so if you are traveling overseas where a call back home could potentially cost you a small fortune.  Of course, there are a squillion apps out there that offer 'the best deal in town.' Viber, HiTalk and WePhone all offer great deals but each has it's problems. With some,  it is poor sound quality with no texting option available and with others, their prices are not quite as cheap as you think they should be. Bluee Free International Calls is a new free phone app for Android and iPhone that offers the lowest ...  More

Bluee Free International Calls Mar 18th 2016

A fun rhyming kids game that will also improve their math skills

According to the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the math skills that students learn at a young age build a foundation for future learning endeavors and can be a good indicator of whether or not young people will be able to meet and overcome new challenges as they mature. An article by noted 'out of the box' author Malcolm Gladwell a few years ago suggests that the more advanced a child is when first entering school, the more they improve exponentially throughout their whole education. Engaging children to the concept of math early on in their life is more ...  More

Math Tales - The Jungle Mar 17th 2016

Online shopping thats cheaper than your local dollar shop with free postage thrown in

You've gotta wonder sometimes how those 'dollar stores' that you find in malls manage to sell their stuff so much cheaper than regular stores. I mean, in many cases, they are exactly the same products. Same brand name, same size but so much cheaper than the store just up the road. The answer, of course, lies in their ability to cut out the middlemen. But what if I told you that you could slash those dollar shop prices by up to 90% just by shopping online? You'd jump at it, right?  More

DollarLux Mar 11th 2016