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App of the Week
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iOS App Review: Framatic
I live for the day Instagram or Facebook has a feature where you can combine multiple photos into one frame to share online. But until they do, a separate app must be used and Framatic is up there with the best.
Forget Tinder or Grindr, meet the Cuddlr app
This has to be the weirdest thing I have ever seen. And possibly the best thing I have ever seen.
iOS App Review: Circle the Dot
I’ve said it a few times now, but simple games make the best games...
iOS review: MovieMood
Sometimes picking a movie is as painful as the day is long, whether you’re in a group or all alone on Friday night.
Election App: Left or Right - How will you swipe?
The app doesn’t tell you who the policy belongs to, but at the end will suggest which party would be best suited to you, based on which way you swiped.
iOS review: Budget Tracker
The more money I save the more stingy I am with spending money.
iOS review: True or False? Test your wits!
You will definitely jump the gun more than once, and kick yourself for it.
iOS review: Think
It's different, and it’s getting played a lot more than other games on my phone right now.
iOS Review: Subway
I stopped having Subway when I jumped on whole bread=fat=death bandwagon, but with it being so accessible to me I decided to give in and see if it’s as amazing as I remember it to be.
iOS review: 100 Balls
100 Balls is a very simple, yet very addicting game. Which is really the best kind of games.
Sssh... I have a Secret
Secret, an anonymous Twitter-like space where users can post any thought or secret they like, without having to own up to it. You can share what you are thinking and feeling with friends, free of judgement.
iOS Review: Domino's Pizza
I’ve used the Hell Pizza app for quite a while now. Probably too long, actually...
iOS review: Match Dots
Easy to use dot matching game where the goal is to make rows of coloured dots...
iOS review: ANZ Champs
Next to my Harry Potter and Joseph Gordon Levitt obsessions, is all things netball.
iOS Review: QuizUp
With over 365 topics from history, TV shows, sports, music, and new topics being added all the time, you’ll be entertained and challenged for hours at a time.
Ios Review: CreamCam
"Improve your selfie", it says. "Achieve a perfect and flawless complexion", it says. What a load of rubbish.
Uber - better than a taxi for the same price
Living in New Zealand’s biggest city with arguably the biggest public transport problems, I’m 100% in favour for any new ideas that could get me from Ponsonby to West Auckland without having to call my mum.
iOS review: Whittaker’s Egg Hunt
join the hunt by collecting eggs and earning points across Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
iOS review: White Tile
If you touch the white ones, you’re out. If you miss a black one in sequence, you’re out.
App Review: Spritz
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could read it all just that little bit faster? Instead of showing you lines of text the way we're all accustomed to, Spritz shows you the words one at a time -- at rapid-fire speeds.
Android App of the Week - The Elf Adventure Calendar
Christmas time means Christmas apps! YAY! The Elf Adventure Calendar is the cutest app ever and makes the countdown to Christmas even more exciting!
Android App of the Week - Who wants to be a Millionaire?
I do! But for now I will be happy to play this well-loved TV trivia game just for funsies on my phone.
Android App of the Week - Auckland Buses
Get real public transport information direct on your phone with the Auckland Buses.
App of the week: My Fitness Pal
With a huge database of foods – including fast foods – and an exercise tracker, this calorie counter app really does help you keep track of what you’re eating, what you’re doing and what you need to be doing.