Another fantastic AppSlappy episode has been delivered to your ear-holes. Scott has been on the brink of death with the pox and Mr. Van Skyhawk has been hard at work getting floor seats to Knick’s games. Nevertheless, our wonderful team (sans the now Googling Eileen) is here delivering your iOS fix for the cocaine-like addiction of mobile apps. In the stupid scientific study of the day, 100% of researchers found that all Scott Johnson’s are helpless when buying Apple products. The most recent manifestation of this scientific law has been iPad Mini-buying event. Also, Siri knows who Scott Johnson is, seriously. All of this and iOS apps are reviewed via our new/old arbitrary system.
Writer Rumble - $1.99 Universal on iPhone and iPad –
(Swick’s interpretation of Scottspeak)
MiniGore 2 - $0.99 Universal on iPhone and iPad - - 2 Cheese-eating surrender monkeys from France.
Can Knockout 2 - $0.99 Universal on iPhone and iPad – - 4 Stinky Cheeses. Which is at least a Frenchman and a dog, with Jerry Lewis thrown in.
Mirrogram - Free on iPhone and iPad - - 3 Stinky Cheeses with a lost monkey in an IKEA parking lot in a sheep-skin coat.
Also, Scott goes into depth on his new favorite, and recently updated, email app known as something called Gmail. In even further Google news, they have released their own Maps App and it continues to shine on iOS, even more-so than on Android.