Do you like to read?
- App review for Mantano Ebook Reader Premium
- Posted by alareth1976 March 16, 2012
- Recommended for Book Readers
so Mantano is for you! It's price is a bit high but worth every cents... only miss a better dictionary
Triposo guides offer solid introductions to travel destinations around the globe. Newbies to Dublin will be well-served by the reviews and recommendations throughout the guide. Has all the typical travel guide stuff folks depend on, like maps, attraction guides, transit info, and more.
Pub crawls sometimes start by chance, and that can be fun, but truly epic pub crawls often require a bit of planning. This app can help you get all your drinking ducks in a row before the actual drinking starts, which can be a great help once the pints start flowing.
Some folks are REALLY into beer. They can identify hop types while blindfolded and tell you the difference between ales and lagers and porters and stout. Folks like that will dig this app, which lets you keep notes on favorite beers and share them via social networks. Not everyone's cup of tea but just right for that beer junkie you know.
Even if you're an F1 nut, you're probably going to be pretty bummed that this free app pretty much expects you to pay up $30 for the full version to get access to everything and acts only as a kind of demo.
Draw Something does for drawing games what Words with Friends did for word games. You can play against friends or random opponents, and the goal is to accurately draw and guess what the images are, like in Pictionary.
Glad to see this fun Boggle-clone finally available on Android. I prefer to play with friends I know as sometimes strangers seem to be able to post crazy high scores so I'm suspicious!