Puzzle games on the App Store are a dime a dozen, but sometimes one comes along to freshen up the over crowded mobile gaming genre. A Way to Slay is a hack and slash title in the form of a puzzle game. I'm not sure if this is actually new, but it is new to me and made it difficult for me to put the game down to write this review.
According to new reports out of China, Apple plans to launch the AirPower wireless charging mat in September. Sources claim that Apple was aiming to release AirPower in June, but overheating issues pushed back production. The unique charging mat was first teased by Apple in September last year.
Apple Pay has nudged out its competitors in a head-to-head contest at the offices of Consumer Reports. Despite the fact that Apple Pay is only available on Apple devices, it scored higher in several categories that Consumer Reports designed to "help people make informed choices". Apple Pay took top honors overall in the ratings, which focus on data privacy and security.
The reboot/sequel to the infamously bad Super NES title Shaq Fu has made its way to the Apple App Store. Shaq Fu: A Legend Rebron was originally released to Steam and consoles in early 2018 after being successfully funded on IndieGoGo. It is a tongue in cheek beat 'em up, side scroller starring the retired basketball player Shaquille O'Neal.
Every so often an app comes along that actually solves a problem, and you remember why you used to love the App Store. Tunity is one of those apps. It may not be for everyone, but if you like to watch sports at bars, or watch TV while working out at the gym, then you'll want to keep reading.