Meeting Minutes Pro on Sale for Limited Time

Meeting Minutes Pro on Sale for Limited Time

Nov 30, 2015

Meeting management utility Meeting Minutes Pro is on sale for a limited time at $0.99 (down from its regular price of $3.99)

Meeting Minutes Pro is a simple but powerful, user-friendly and intuitive app to Organize, Store and Track Meetings, Participants, Agenda, Discussion and Action Items. It has a simple easy to use UI coupled with rich functionality and features to increase your productivity and make you a pro at organizing, tracking and managing meetings. It supports the following features:

1) Create, Update, Import and View Meetings, Participants, Agenda, Discussion and Action Items

2) Import Meetings and Participants from Calendar to save time and improve efficiency(requires Android ICS or above)

3) Sort and Filter Meetings, Contacts and Action Items based on different parameters

4) Export/Email Meeting Minutes into a professional, simple and clear PDF, MS Word XML or HTML format. Custom Labels feature within settings allows you to generate meeting minutes in multiple languages (please note that all languages might not be supported).

5) Export/Email Action Items into a comma separated values file that can be used with any spreadsheet software

6) Sync Action Items to Calendar

7) Export the full database or a single meeting for backup/recovery purposes.Exported files are encrypted to protect the contents.

8) Import database or meeting backup. Backup from the Free version can also be imported.

9) Schedule Automatic Backup. Note that automatic backups are only taken when the app is running.

10) Integration with device contacts. No need to enter all participant information manually anymore. Can just select the desired contact that is already present on the device.

11) Settings to control and make the app work the way YOU want.

12) Sync data between multiple devices (requires the add-on app Meeting Minutes Sync)

Please refer the About page/screen of the app for license and copyright information.

Select Square Enix Games on Sale

Select Square Enix Games on Sale

Nov 30, 2015

There’s still time to avail oneself of the selection of Square Enix games that are discounted.

Final Fantasy III – $7.99
Final Fantasy IV – $7.99
Final Fantasy IV: After Years – $7.99
Final Fantasy V – $7.99
Final Fantasy VI – $7.99

Dragon Quest II – $2.49
Dragon Quest III – $4.99
Dragon Quest IV – $7.49
Dragon Quest VIII – $9.99

[via Slickdeals]

Reddit is Fun Gets Update

Reddit is Fun Gets Update

Nov 30, 2015

Reddit client reddit is fun is getting an update.

WHAT’S NEW

3.9.19 (November 30):
• (3.9.19) Fix FCs, UI bugs
• New setting: URLs to open in external apps
• Multireddit as homepage
• Filter posts by domain
• Toggle reply notifications
• Mods: Ban users
• Mods: Lock posts
• Mail count in notification
• Asterisk on edited posts/comments
3.8.10 (November 8):
• (3.8.10) Fix FCs, WebView, UI bugs
• Collapse child comments, selfposts
• Mods: Show report reasons
• New setting: Imgur over HTTPS
• Require HTTPS for reddit.com
• LG Dual Window

Reddit is fun comes in premium and free flavors.

New Game ‘Core Archery’ Launches on Google Play

New Game ‘Core Archery’ Launches on Google Play

Nov 30, 2015

Core Archery is now bow and arrow sim that recently dropped on Google Play; it comes from the developer of Clay Hunt.

Core Archery introduces an intuitive single touch gesture to simulate the drawing, aiming and anchoring of the drawing arm. It appears as easy and simple at first, but the depth is revealed as you progress to longer distances.

For consistent good scores you need to practice your drawing, aiming and release technique. Precision and focus is the key to success in this game. Failed technique will lead to unaligned posture and you’ll be surprised where the arrow flies after the release!

Key features:
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-Unique single touch controls
-Realistic archery experience
-9 levels with lots of challenge
-Smooth 3D graphics
-Ad Sponsored: completely free to play

The gme is free with in-app purchases.

Poweramp Full Music Player Goes on Sale

Poweramp Full Music Player Goes on Sale

Nov 29, 2015

The best thing about Black Friday weekend? The app sales, of course.

Count Poweramp as one. The exceptionally popular music player and management utility is on sale for a limited time, coming in at $0.99. For reference, it is usually priced at $3.99.

Music moves people; it unites us, it allows us to relax, and sometimes, when done right, it can even motivate us to do great things. Poweramp does great things.

The #1 paid music player in the Google Play Store 4 years running—Poweramp is the most powerful music player available on the Android OS. Features like gapless play, an unmatched equalization system, great crossfade, and support for most popular music file format might all make Poweramp the best $3.99 you have ever spent in your life—2+ million users would agree to that.

This one leaves with the holiday, so hurry!

[via Slickdeals]

App Sale! tinyCam Monitor PRO on Sale for Limited Time

App Sale! tinyCam Monitor PRO on Sale for Limited Time

Nov 29, 2015

Popular camera monitoring application tinyCam Monitor PRO is currently on sale for $1.99, which is 50% off regular price.

The best Android app for remote surveillance, control and video recording your private/public network or IP cameras, video encoders and DVRs with CCTV cams with 5+ million downloads. Monitor your baby, pet, home, business, traffic, and weather remotely and securely (no data being sent to 3rd parties). tinyCam Monitor provides best value to customers. Buy now to get more features in future updates for free!

The offer ends today, so go get it!

[via Slickdeals]

Blossom Blast Saga Review

Blossom Blast Saga Review

Nov 27, 2015

And here comes Blossom Blast Saga. From King, no less.

Instead of the familiar bubbles one would kinda sorta expect, Blossom Blast Saga utilizes flower buds. The “hpw” does allow the game to set itself apart somewhat, and visually, the concept translates quite well. The aforementioned buds are quite colorful, coming in purple, yellow, read and peach, and as such, are mostly easily identifiable, especially on the gentle background. Beyond flower buds, the game utilizes other pieces, and these are represented well.

The playing area comes in landscape, and the basic idea is to make use of match-3 concepts to link buds of the same blast3color, which initiates graphical sequences that give the game a good dose of character. Linking three or more buds “pops” the buds, but the last one in the chain matures — and this is one fun, major aspect of the game.

See, the buds have different levels, ranging from mostly closed to blossomed. The idea is to mature them by said matching, or by contact from another set of matched pieces. In the game’s earliest levels, it still works like a lot of bubble shooters: cleared buds disappear, and are replaced by new buds of random maturity via virtual gravity.

Cleared buds yield points. There are point thresholds, up to three stars, and one has to make it to at least the first star to complete the level (barring other in-level goals); by the way, there are set number of moves per level.

And yes, the developer tosses in several other wrinkles to keep things interesting. As one goes on, several new gameplay elements make an appearance… stuff like roots for obstacles, glassed buds, buds that have a countdown number that causes them to blow when zero is reached and more. With a little bit of practice, the possibility of strategy becomes more apparent; creating cascades of exploding buds becomes a side goal that is challenging and even exciting.

It’s an easy, leveled gamethat is easy to get into and enjoy. The energy requirement is somewhat of a damper, but the game can be traversed quite well with patience if one rather not use real cash.

Bloom, baby. Bloom.

Legion of Heroes Marks Thanksgiving with ‘Legend’ Update

Legion of Heroes Marks Thanksgiving with ‘Legend’ Update

Nov 26, 2015

NEXON’s popular RPG Legion of Heroes is getting into the holiday mood with an update that is available now.

Dubbed the “Legend Update,” the new build brings new heroes, chapters, content and more.

The “Legend Update” includes:
· New Legendary / Mythic Heroes
· New chapters giving players the chance to start a new adventure
· New content from the “Guild Hideout” to enhance non-playable character functions
· New equipment as well as updates to effects and previous Legendary Equipment
· All heroes have been upgraded to have the same stats as during their previous Attack Boost Event periods.

To celebrate this epic new update, special events are available for a limited time, including:
· An opportunity to receive three platinum cards, which can be used to earn Heroes over Rank 3 and above. To do this, players can go to the in-game coupon window and enter “LOHLEGENDUPDATE”
· Secure Legendary Equipment Box Coupons by visiting the official Facebook page as well as Rank 6 Hero Hire Coupons by visiting the official BlogSpot page
· Daily items to boost in-game performance by logging into Legion of Heroes every day starting Nov. 25 through Dec. 22.

Legions of Heroes remains free on Google Play; its trailer is below:

New Puzzler ‘Please, Don’t Touch Anything’ Lands on Android

New Puzzler ‘Please, Don’t Touch Anything’ Lands on Android

Nov 26, 2015

Please, Don’t Touch Anything, a new game from mobile development heavyweight BulkyPix, is now available for puzzle fans on Google Play.

Please, Don’t Touch Anything is a cryptic, brain-racking puzzle game about bathroom breaks, screwdrivers and nuclear explosions.
Covering for a colleague taking a bathroom break, you find yourself in front of a mysterious panel which only component is a red button. And since you’ve clearly been instructed not to touch anything, the only thing you want to do now is pushing the damn button.

Push it and expect to be held liable for any unintended aftermath. And there will be many.

FEATURES

– 25 devious enigmas
– Singular pixel art
– Atmospheric chiptune soundtrack
– Touch screen optimized gameplay

The game carries a $4.99 price tag.

We are looking to touch that button soon; look for our review to be out shortly. In the mean time, enjoy the trailer:

[via Bulkypix Press Release]

New Game Starside Arena Launches on Google Play

New Game Starside Arena Launches on Google Play

Nov 26, 2015

Folks with a knack for creating great futuristic spaceship designs can rejoice now that Starside Arena, a game we have been keeping an eye on, has launched on Google Play.

Game details (courtesy of its Google Play page):

Welcome to Starside Arena – Design spaceships and battle in futuristic space gladiator fights for fortune and glory!
It’s the year 4000-something. You are a rookie spaceship designer wanting to prove yourself to the world. Enter Starside Arena, an entertainment arena of the future, where only the best of the best rule!

Competitive Multiplayer Game featuring layers of deep strategy and endlessly evolving game content!

FEATURES:
– Unique, never before seen gameplay
– Dozens of exciting spaceship blueprints to unlock and build
– Masses of different modules to build with
– Beautiful space battles to validate your designs
– Beat ships designed by other players to progress in ranks and leagues

Take your place as the Top #1 ship designer of Starside Arena!

The game does require internet connectivity, and is free (with in-app purchases).

G5 Hosts Massive Holiday Sale

G5 Hosts Massive Holiday Sale

Nov 26, 2015

Prolific Android game developer and publisher G5 is letting loose with an expansive, cross-platform game sale that is perfect for holiday digital deal hunters.

Directly from the horse’s mouth:

From November 27th – December 3rd, G5 is slashing the price on our top 25 games during our incredible Black Friday SALE! Are you obsessed with G5 games? Then hurry to your favorite app store and grab any of the games below at an 80% discount now! Grow your game collection with G5’s bestselling casual titles during this amazing weeklong blowout!

-The Mystery of the Crystal Portal – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac.
-Tales from the Dragon Mountain: the Strix – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad.
-9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Mac.
-Alchemy Mysteries: Prague Legends – 99¢ on iPhone and $1.99 on iPad.
-Dream Catchers: The Beginning – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad.
-Hidden Wonders of the Depths – 99¢ on iPhone and $1.99 on iPad.
-Special Enquiry Detail®: The Hand that Feeds – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac.
-The Island: Castaway – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac.
-Twin Moons – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac.
-Mahjongg Artifacts®: Chapter 2 – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac.
-Totem Tribe Gold – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Mac.
-Supermarket Mania® – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac.
-Virtual City® – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac.
-Mushroom Age – 99¢ on iPhone and $1.99 on iPad.
-Abyss: the Wraiths of Eden – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Mac.
-Bigfoot: Hidden Giant – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad.
-Masters of Mystery: Crime of Fashion – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad.
-Nightmares from the Deepâ„¢: The Cursed Heart – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Mac.
-Stand O’Food® 3 – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac.
-Youda Survivor – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad.
-Supermarket Management 2 – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac.
-Dreamscapes: The Sandman – 99¢ on iPhone and $1.99 on iPad.
-Build-a-lot 3: Passport to Europe – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad.
-Treasure Seekers: Visions of Gold – 99¢ on iPhone and $1.99 on iPad.
-Isla Dorada – Episode 1: The Sands of Ephranis – 99¢ on iPhone and $1.99 on iPad, Mac.

Plus, on Black Friday, November 27th, only – FOR JUST ONE DAY – G5 invites free-to-play game fans to discover a “secret wooden box” and special in-game holiday deals in the following games:

-The Secret Society® – Hidden Mystery on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices.
-Stand O’ Food® City: Virtual Frenzy on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices.
-Letters From Nowhere®: A Hidden Object Mystery on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices.
-Farm Clanâ„¢: The Adventure on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices.
-Hidden City: Mystery of Shadows® on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices.
-The Island Castaway: Lost World® on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices.
-When: Starting Friday, November 27th, 2015 through December 3rd, 2015

This is a big one; enjoy!

And HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

Kill Shot Bravo Review

Kill Shot Bravo Review

Nov 25, 2015

Yep, time to whine. Sniper games make me queasy. Such skill, such innate sneakiness… cool and cold at the same time.

Whining aside, Kill Shot Bravo just feels like one of those exceptions, and the heroic storyline does help.

It is presented as a first-person shooter, so the player gets to “live” the action as it goes. The graphics in this one are unapologetically gritty, with smooth animations, great use of visual perspective and an earthly use of color and virtual shadows. If the developer is looking to cloak the offering with a veneer of realism, it feels like a successful endeavor, especially at first glance.

Upon starting, one gets to pick the appearance of one’s player; the choices mostly involve skin tone and hair style. After, the game walks the player through a hands-on walkthrough of sorts, allowing the player to become familiar with the controls: gesture swipes allow the player to swing his/her gaze across the viewing area provided by the screen real estate, and there is a sights system on the right which allows the player to zoom in up and close. To round out the main controls, there is a prominent firing button at the bottom right.

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The basic premise is that there are bad guys to take out — from a distance, preferably — and the player is tasked with the dirty job. Using the integrated controls and other visual cues, one finishes missions by eliminating the enemy.

The game is leveled, and payouts are gained from taking folks out. Such cash is essential, because as one progresses, one is going to need to both procure better weapons and improve gear already owned.

At first, a single target makes things easy; then, the targets increase, and get smarter. The game also incorporates other elements and mission styles, such that it monotony can be staved off.

It is a great game, though it does feel like using real cash is a real temptation. All in all, it is a step above your everyday sniping caper, which makes it worth a free look.