Here’s an app that I played a few weeks ago that has given me eye bags and kept me “up” until dawn. I found myself playing and competing with other players worldwide to reach the highest score. QuizUp is quite a temptation for me to stay awake. Join me as I walk you through its […]
About Sette CapatiHi, I'm Sette C., one of the core writers on Simon Blog. I write and live a life of tragedy, comedy and fairy tale—not to mention that inconsolable longing to feed my gadget addiction. Yes. And so I write—whether it's an app review, an iOS update or rumors about Apple products. You may follow my blurbs, too! @krisettecapati
Are you having a hard time breaking or forming a habit? We’re about to finish the first quarter of this year, and I know most of you (even me) had already listed down resolutions, good habits, and goals for this year. It’s quite frustrating when we miss our target, and for some who want to […]
I had a chance to tinker the stock music player of my iPhone over the weekend when I realised that it lacks features that I want to experience while listening to my playlist. I rarely do this (since most of the time reviewing third-party apps). It’s just one of those weekends when I had time […]
Keep up with the latest news and updates—whether it’s your list of interesting topics, trends, or stories within your location, Reverb improves the way users browse and read news on the iPad. It’s a rare find of news feed app that I use to jumpstart my daily blurbs and writing projects.
How far can you go with a mystifying game that challenges your wit? As long as you’re the smarty-pants who’s willing to think outside of the box, join me as we review Stupidness 3, an interesting and addictive iPhone game that you can play with friends and family.
Crafting a compelling first sentence is one of my challenges as a professional writer, because it takes one to keep the flow of ideas. Thankfully, there’s this app dubbed Ember for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, making it easier to jumpstart my first writing stint for the day.
I still have my hangover with Bitstrips’ comics when I saw my Facebook feed full of caricatures. I got curious how the heck my friends created them, and so I found MomentCam. Snap a selfie shot and design your own cartoon with this app, and you’ll surely find ways to tease your friends with its […]
They say life is like a rollercoaster; it’s full of ups and downs. I couldn’t agree more when I stumbled upon this journal, allowing me to record my daily dose of happy and sad moments. Who could have thought you can analyse life with numbers? While that may sound a little bit puzzling, I’ll walk […]
Sluzzuls puzzles for the brainiacs! “Probably just another puzzle to pass the time,” I said to myself as I launched Sluzzuls in my iPad. Little did I know that I was about to get hooked with this sliding tile puzzle game; I forgot I’m making a review out of it, and so here’s what Sluzzuls […]
For the geeks, influencers, and intellectually opinionated, Poutsch is the kind of app that’ll keep your mind awake with innumerable thought-provoking questions and opinions you’ll read while using the app.
Do you want a piece of great advice from the real experts? Klout silently released a new app dubbed Cinch that let’s you ask questions and receive great advices from influencers that were deemed from its social influence metric service. Whether it’s about kitchen and dining, crafts, or home improvement, you’ll surely receive private answers […]
How would you like to play using a chalkboard? It looks like we’re back to our preschool playpens full of crayons, lines, and colored chalks, but The Impossible Line iPhone and iPad app gives us a puzzle game that’s quite challenging and tricky.
I was caught up with endless waves of arcs while playing with ShadowArc for iPhone and iPad. If you’re too competitive, you can beat your last score and collect all coins with this fast-paced color-matching arcade game packed with sci-fi background music, surprising trajectories, and patterns of arcs ready to attack your zone anytime.
Benjamin Franklin once said, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” Since most of us are caught up with today’s fast-paced culture, one of the best ways to keep up with a jam-packed schedule is a functional productivity app. We’ve seen numerous productivity apps and downloaded quite a number from the App […]
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