Despite Scott’s best efforts, I still really enjoy tower defense games. Especially on iOS:
Scott and Eric have brought you another entertaining and informative Appslappy show. WWDC has come and gone and our crew haphazardly deals out their commentary, with gusto. Mr. Van Skyhawk also reaches dude-like levels of chillness and is able to create awesome music in spite of that. Enjoy!
Scott and Eric have once again made their weekly sage-like wisdom and information of iOS apps available for consumer downloading. Warhammers shall be swung, pots will be won, and Dots shall be consumed. Also, please remind Mr. Van Skyhawk that he needs to provide us a way to get his fancy-shmancy new AppSlappy song.
You remember Curiosity? Peter Molyneux promised long ago that whoever breaks the last cube in that app will be granted a “life-changing” experience. Well that winner has finally been announced and Mr. Molyneux describes the prize in only a way Molyneux can:
Our beloved duo returns once more to give you app review happiness. A personal highlight this episode was the fact that after about 4 years we finally have a new opening intro song by Hawkito himself. Do yourself a favor and express interest in getting that song from Mr. Van Skyhawk and we may be able to get/purchase that one soon. This episode includes reviews for Google Hangouts and the ubiquitous Candy Crush Saga, complete with the ridiculous in-app purchases. Enjoy!
Scott and Eric have returned to bring AppSlappy goodness to your ear canal so that you too can contribute to the hoarding of apps. As promised, the crew is continuing to work on being able to bring you a live show. And hopefully we will all experience the awesome sauce together.
Believe it or not, we have not one, but two hosts for today’s AppSlappy goodness. Thank God for unemployed people who are working to give us entertainment for free. Scott and company are continuing to rework the show to bring even more app entertainment to your ear holes. Going even further, we may even have the chance to get in live shows where folks can call in. Be on the look out in the Twitter-verse for future live shows.
What’s the Phrase - $0.99 Universal on iPhone and iPad - Recommended
Nimble Quest - Free Universal on iPhone and iPad - Recommended
Halfling Wars - Due to be out this summer
Hey folks! Most of you have probably heard, but Scott and Co. is re-tooling the show for all of our benefits. So, until we get a full-fledged reboot, Scott wanted to give us mini-episodes with some reviews. Observe and enjoy:
They Might Be Giants, or TMBG for those who are lazily inclined, released an app about a week ago. It has fairly standard stuff, essentially it holds five of the most recent/popular tracks from TMBG and connects you to their social media fan base. For any TMBG fans, it definitely deserves a place on your home screen, and it’s free. Also, what’s pretty cool, is the artwork in the app was developed and hand-stitched by Hine Mizushima.
In other news, you may have heard that the App Store got a little to pornoriffic recently with the 500px photo sharing app and then Apple subsequently removed it. Now, this app has returned into the fold after being cleansed of all boobs. But the real question is what has actually changed? Apparently they added a “Report” button to each image so people could flag any potential problem, and what’s more, Apple raised the rating of the app to 17+. Co-founder of 500px, Evgeny Tchebotarev, drew a correlation between their app and the Vine, who also has had issues of porn popping up when it shouldn’t. The Vine, however, still enjoys a 12+ rating on the app store. Lest we forget, Apple can pretty much do whatever it likes on it’s own app store, fair or not.
Source: The Verge