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Review: TiltArena > PewPew

A couple weeks ago I reviewed a Geometry Wars lookalike called "Pew Pew," which was fun, but I had a few complaints about. I'm generally not a fan of games like it, which try to emulate game controls on-screen. Coupled with the fact that the play area was a...

Review: PicPlz on Android

If you've got friends who use iOS, there's a good chance that at least one of them uses Instagr.am; for the uninitiated, the app takes a lot of the work out of photo editing and sharing. Users can take photos, apply effects and publish photos to social...

Review: Plug In Launcher

Many of us have gone through the stress of disabling the bug where Android will automatically launch a music player when headphones are inserted. For me, it's been especially frustrating to hear the same songs from A Tribe Called Quest's "Midnight Marauders"...

Review: WidgetLocker 2.0

The lock screen is one of the most important parts of a phone; it allows us to see multiple information sets without unlocking our phone. Most importantly, we can see items in our notification bar and the time; other features include being able to mute/unmute...

Review: PressReader for Android

Though the business of journalism is in flux right now, people are taking chances in order to fix it. Whether it's trying new methods of content delivery, or new methods of payment, the important thing is that people are trying. PressReader is one of those...

Review: PewPew for Android

My hatred of touch screen controls is well-known to my editor here at Droid Life. Most of the time Kellex isn't a fan of posting my more vitriolic reviews because games that do touch controls badly are simply bad apps. They fail in their most basic function:...