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My favorite types of games are the physics-based puzzlers, but there are tons of physics-based games in the App Store. From the Rube Goldberg-type games to the sport/physics games, they have games for every genre, making it tough to find a game fitting my needs. But if you are like me and are looking for a great physics-based puzzle game, be sure to check out Cover Orange. continue reading »
When Apple released the iPad 2, they also revealed the magical Smart Cover. Not only did it wake and sleep your iPad instantly, it also converted into a stand perfect for typing or viewing media. Unfortunately, the polyurethane and leather versions will not satisfy those who want something that is outside the box. Meet the wooden Smart Cover. It wakes/sleeps your iPad while being made out of an exotic wood. Plus, it adds some key features that were left out in Apple’s version. continue reading »
With everyone going digital, tons of companies are jumping on board to accommodate to our technology-filled lifestyles. And now, students don’t have to feel left out. Zoogue recently released the BinderPad, which lets you store your iPad in a normal 3-ring binder. It boasts a thin design that may attract students to check it out. continue reading »
Since the iPad 2′s release, there have been tons of cases coming out. From Smart Cover back shields to drop-proof full body protection, there is a case for every protective need. Many cases serve double duty, but one case really stands out with its multitasking abilities. Meet the HandyShell ($54.95), a thin and lightweight case that is a great bang for your buck. continue reading »
When you have a younger sibling in your house, it becomes necessary to hold onto your expensive electronics for dear life. But luckily, the realm of nuclear bomb-proof cases has entered the iPad 2 stratosphere. The Seidio Active is a great case that is protective, sturdy, and won’t add much bulk.
ColcaSac is known for their high quality iPad and MacBook cases handmade in Utah. But you might not know that they also make a sweet shoulder bag to match the Uintah sleeve. The kind folks at ColcaSac sent one my way to review, and I have to admit, the quality is stunning. continue reading »
The truth about most styli on the market is they just don’t work. Don’t get me wrong. They work in the sense that they can be used with the iPad, but they don’t “work” because of their design. They are too short, drag on the screen, or require too much force to work with the screen. Luckily, I found iFaraday, the best stylus brand on the market. continue reading »
Some people are just not satisfied with conforming to society’s norms. They like to create modern art, dress differently, or express interesting views. Well, when society tells them to read a book and keep it in good condition, these people will naturally do the opposite. The idea of defacing a book and subjecting it to everything possible was the idea behind Wreck This Journal. Now, the popular book has gone digital with Wreck This App, the interesting alternative for those who own an iPad. continue reading »
If you have a Smart Cover, chances are you’re looking for the perfect Smart Cover-compatible back to protect your iPad. There are tons of them out on the market ranging from $1 to $30+, so one would like to find the best on the market. SwitchEasy recently sent me their CoverBuddy to review. If are still looking for a Smart Cover-compatible back, be sure to read this review. continue reading »