As soon as the iPad came out, people were asking when they could get Microsoft Office on their device. “It would be the best thing ever!” they all said, and then they waited. And waited. And waited.
Today, Microsoft Office is still not available on the iPad, but now it is on the iPhone — at least if you’re an Office 365 subscriber. Does the Office Mobile experience hold up on the smaller device or is it just a failed attempt? Let’s talk it out over break. (more…)
We all loved Tetris growing up, right? Maybe it was just me, but I could lose hours playing that classic game, dropping brick upon brick or waiting endlessly for that one super long one to complete a big block all at once. It sure was addictive, and I guess that’s why I haven’t been able to put down SpellTower since I bought it a few days ago.
Is the game reminiscent of Tetris? Definitely. But even better, it uses words to create your own blocks of varying sizes. Of course, there’s more to it than just that, so let’s get into everything after the jump. (more…)
It seems as if word games and iOS come hand in hand. As with all types of applications, there are several different word games out in the App Store. However, there are only a few that stand out from the rest of them.
This is where Scramble with Friends comes into the picture. The ever-so-popular ‘With Friends” series of games has just expanded with this new release, Boggle’s iOS counterpart. It’s yet another stellar iOS application from Zynga, but what makes it so great? Read more about it after the break. (more…)
I’ve never been the biggest fan of traditional word games, whether it was a game of Scrabble or a word search; the former involved too much luck and the latter made me dizzy. Still, I found myself looking through the App Store for a word-based game that I could play, something to challenge myself and hold my interest for long periods of time. With Puzzlejuice, I have found that game.
Of course, calling Puzzlejuice a word game is selling the title short. Indeed, it’s a combination of word game, Tetris and color matching. It is, in a word, unique. (more…)
The iPhone has already seen a fair amount of attempts at apps that provide you with word processing capabilities on the move, but none of them have really offered a solution that’s very compelling. Some lack basic features such as text formatting yet run butter-smooth, whist others offer too many features that ultimately leave the iPhone’s 3.5-inch screen far too cluttered and bloated plus suffer from horribly slow and laggy performance issues.
Apple has long offered their own office software suite on the Mac, and then launched it for the iPad when the stallion of a tablet was released. Now, Apple has updated their iPad offering to make all those iWork for iPad apps universal — meaning the iPhone finally gets some iWork action. It was a long requested feature, so how does iWork for the iPhone stack up against the competition? In this series of reviews, we’re going to find out, starting with Pages.
The title of this article sounds ridiculous but that’s just about the best way I can think of to describe Word Warrior, a fantastically innovative RPG with an intellectual twist.
Is your vocabulary good enough to help you defeat your enemies and build your character up to the ultimate Word Warrior?
Scrabble, Words with Friends, Scramble, all of these are nearly essential components of the iPhone gaming experience. The word game market is an incredibly popular one and has spawned the creation of ton of really great iPhone titles, both original and classic.
We spent hours sifting through all of these games to bring you this list of the best 75 word games currently available on the iPhone. Whether you like crosswords, word searches, anagrams or even party games, you’ll find lots of new ways to kill time and expand your vocabulary!
One of the flagship features of smartphones in general is the ability to read, create and edit documents from your mobile while on the go. After all, they are supposed to be mobile computers and we have come to expect a lot from them in recent years.
With a powerful device like the iPhone, it is finally possible to handle documents in multiple formats with gusto. There are quite a few mobile office apps in the App Store, but today we’re going to be taking a look at Documents To Go Premium. Join us after the jump for our full review!
This week’s edition of iPhone Game Friday sees us take a look at some of the best word games currently available for the iPhone. Personally I feel there is no better way to pass the time and challenge your brain than by playing a word game on your way to work. It gets you thinking and in the right frame of mind to start the day.
We will cover 5 different word games this week, including popular titles such as Scrabble and Boggle, as well as a few games that you may not have come across before.
It’s no secret that mobile phones aren’t just for phone calls anymore; your iPhone has become your digital life in your pocket. Today we’ll look at an app that lets you take your documents with you and edit them on the go.
With the Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite, you’ll be able to make necessary changes to documents and spreadsheets no matter where you are. Our in-depth review will take you through how the application works, and highlight a few helpful tips to get the most out of it.