Get some friends suitably invested and you can battle monsters alongside them – or just keep everyone honest. And while there’s some satisfaction deleting an item from a boring bullet-point list, it’s a lot more interesting when taking the trash out results in your tiny hero beaming with delight at their shiny new sword.is a very silly drawing app, on account of the fact that its brush strokes wiggle.
The app then has you define how many cards/reps you want to try your hand at.
The app’s semi-random nature keeps you on your toes (or hands and back, depending on the exercise).
(Think of it more like a magazine than a website and you should be fine.)When you have an adventure of your own, you can upload your own story.
The layout options are a bit basic, but the app is really easy to work with, making for stress-free sharing., aimed at people who aren’t keen on spending money.
is an internet speed tester designed for human beings.
It eschews complex information – and even advertising – and instead provides you with straightforward, colorful buttons and readouts.
Sweat Deck could do with a way to switch cards other than tapping the screen (shouting perhaps), but you can always use prodding your i Phone as an excuse to rest for a few seconds, having suitably worked up a sweat by that point.
is an app for sharing travel experiences – or just reveling in the journeys made by others.
But being able to fiddle around with a real engine is much more helpful.