Author Archives: Phillip T Stephens

About Phillip T Stephens

Phillip T. Stephens disappeared into the Bermuda Triangle twenty years before he was born, creating a time travel paradox so confusing it remains unspoken between physicists and sci-fi writers to this day.

This Christmas has balls

Spoiler alert! If you want to send custom images to family and friends for Christmas eCards, you can do no better than Infinite Dreams' Christmas. Like Let's Create: Pottery, you can build ornaments from scratch, decorate them and photograph them … Continue reading

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Bad Piggies fly high

Spoiler alert!Bad Piggies offers a new twist on the physics/maze puzzle games. It combines the maze challenges of games like Where's My Water with the Rube Goldberg ingenuity of Casey's Contraptions (now offered as Rovio's Amazing Alex) to create an … Continue reading

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Angry Birds Star Wars Unleashes Power of Force

Spoiler alert! Not only is Angry Birds Star Wars maybe the best game this year, it may be one of the best games ever. Angry Birds Star Wars incorporates the character's abilities to add new wrinkles and challenges. This is … Continue reading

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Jot Touch brings pressure to your stylus

Spoiler alert! Even though the Adonit Jot Touch is a high maintenance tool, it seems to deliver the best response of any of the pens on the market. Art and design professionals who work with an iPad need this tool … Continue reading

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Pogo Connects the dots

Spoiler alert! Pogo Connect answers the stylus envy the Surface advertisements want iPad users to feel. “Our pads have a stylus.” You have always been able to use a soft-rubber stylus with the iPad, but the Pogo Connect is pressure … Continue reading

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PS Touch brings Photoshop to iPad

Spoiler alert! It's Photoshop. Even a stripped down tablet version will still be one of the slickest apps in the App Store. And at 10 percent of the original Photoshop price ($10), it's a steal. It can only get better. … Continue reading

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Looking to the future

Spoiler alert! I will be turning my attention away indefinitely from iPad Envy to pursue other projects. The blog will remain active and if I find any great apps, i will review. Just not every week. I’m not sure the … Continue reading

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TV Guide gets better

Spoiler alert! Both TV Guide and Supermagical are four stars or better. I'm down to crunch mode to get Raising Hell to release on Amazon and the promotional site running, so I'm keeping it short. Especially since this week's editor's … Continue reading

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Ball blasting with Moki

Spoiler alert! iBlast Moki 2 is a thinking game. You have to figure out where to place tools and nudge them into place if you're off. It's free and only really costly if you're stumped and need to buy an … Continue reading

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Solar Walk sails through system

Spoiler alert! Solar Walk is about as nifty as an educational app can get. The graphics are nothing short of spectacular and the content provides students with a great way to brush up on the basics of the solar system. … Continue reading

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