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A free real time strategy / tower defence game to play to keep you occupied during lockdown

If you still haven’t worked out what do with your life now that there are no new episodes of Game Of Thrones to watch on tv it might be time to throw your energy into a good old war game on your smartphone. While you wont see too many Mothers of Dragons or height challenged heroes like Tyrion Lannister here, we think we have found a game that will keep you occupied while you sit around in isolation twiddling your fingers and looking for inspiration.  More

War of Kingdoms - Prelude Apr 23rd 2020

An excellent and flexible free management app for individuals and teams near and far

Running a business in 2020 is very different to the way it was run not so many years back. While the intended outcome is much the same, the way that we get there has changed dramatically. These days, not only do companies have offices and teams all over the country, they now have them all over the world with many different time zones to negotiate. Good communication and collaboration have never been more important to guide your teams and keep up with what is going on in far flung territories as well as on the home front. Realistically, the only way to keep everything under control is by ...  More

Taskade - Remote Work Tool Apr 9th 2020

A new app to help mild to moderate Dementia sufferers and their care-givers

Dementia is part of a group of diseases that effects the way people can think and interact with each other and can be linked to disease and damage to the brain. At any given time it's thought that there are around 50 million people sufferers with 10 million newly diagnosed each year. It's mostly found in the elderly with the initial symptoms being short-term memory loss and with speech and motor skills being affected. Over time it can also affect one's thinking skills, orientation, memory, language, comprehension, calculation, judgement and learning capacity. The most common form of the ...  More

Thinkability Mar 5th 2020

Tap away till your heart's content with this addictive little tap game

You know what they say: when it comes to life it's different strokes for different folks. The same can probably be said for the games we play on our smartphones as we travel to and from work to keep us amused. Some people want games like Candy Crush to get them through their morning commute while others want things like Angry Birds or fighting games. Some want complicated and some want simple. I see a squillion different games being played when I peer over a fellow traveler's shoulder every morning on the bus.   More

TapBlock Original Feb 27th 2020

Discover new places and win prizes in this new, colorful travel game

It was just the other day that the American President, while congratulating the Super Bowl winners - the Kansas City Chiefs, told the world that they've made the whole of Kansas proud. That's very nice except that the Chiefs play in Missouri rather than in Kansas. A simple mistake that anyone could make but it just goes to show that sometimes our geographical knowledge isn't all it could be. I guess that, while we are exposed more than ever to news from all over the world, we don't take a lot of it in. Looking at a map myself the other day I was astounded that Kazakhstan is actually bigger ...  More

Freddy - Play, Tour, Learn Feb 5th 2020

A better way to learn a language while 'on the go'

It's a sad state of affairs but only 20% of students in America learn a foreign language. However, in Europe, that figure sits at over 90%! In Australia, while 73% of households identified as English speaking, only 21% can speak a different language while in Canada, of course, there are two official languages - English and French. Naturally, as the world becomes more multicultural, the figures for language learning continue to rise. There are a number of reasons for that. There are more people traveling between countries these days than ever before, more people studying and there are more ...  More

FunEasyLearn - Learn Languages Feb 1st 2020

Get rewarded for sustainable ground travel and help save the planet

You can't turn your head these days without encountering a story about climate change. In the last year alone we've seen huge fires in the US, Australia and Brazil as well as numerous other 'natural' disasters. Sea temperatures are rising, the ice is melting and many countries have seen average temperatures higher than they've ever been. Politicians have suggested radical new ideas to stall the onset of climate disaster. In America, politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has even put forward her Green New Deal plan which tries to convince the world's population to stop flying and to eat less ...  More

Miles - Rewards For All Travel Jan 22nd 2020

A dating app where you spend less time on your phone and more time meeting face to face

As I'm sure we are all aware, there are heaps of dating apps out there. Some are better than others. They've all got their individual 'thing' that sets them apart from similar apps but most offer a fairly similar scenario. Find someone who looks good, check out their profile and chat away. The emphasis is generally about getting to know someone and, if you're lucky and you seem reasonably compatible, maybe then it's time to take things further. One of the problems with this, however, is that many folks on dating apps aren't necessarily who and what they say they are. We've all seen the ...  More

Rendezvous date Jan 16th 2020

Automate your tasks on your Android to save time and money

In a recent study by the Harvard Business Review it was estimated that marketing executives could be losing 10-15% of their time by not automating their simple tasks. It was found that, with the constant jumping back and forth between SaaS platforms, it was costing them time and, as a consequence, money. Clearly, it would be a heck of a lot easier and a lot more efficient to click one button that would lead to two different platforms simply 'speaking' to each other to get the job done. Now, if marketing people seem to think that it will save them that much time, the rest of us would surely ...  More

Autonomous Dec 21st 2019

High quality dropshipping thats quicker and cheaper than the competitors

Just in case you aren't sure, Dropshipping is a supply chain management system where the retailer plays the 'middleman' between the manufacturer or wholesaler and the customer. In some cases there may be a bricks and mortar store but, generally speaking, most will opt for something like an online Shopify website to sell their goods. The bottom line here though is that the retailer doesn't hold any stock on site. When orders for goods are taken, it's the manufacturer who ships them to the customer with the retailer's profit being the difference between the wholesale price and the retail ...  More

Modalyst Dec 12th 2019