I’m going back to school, Fangirls. I graduated high school with no desire to go to college, but still attempted to because that’s what I was “supposed to do”. I quickly left without even finishing one semester, and have spent the last three years working. Now, after finding a direction in my life, I’ve decided to give it the ol’ college try. Hah. But of course, I need some help getting back into the groove of class, exams, and homework. That’s where the Studious app comes in. Read More »
The last time I played a Sim City game, it was on a giant IBM desktop that had dial up. Now it’s returned, but to the small screen. This new game is much different, much more accessible, and honestly a lot more fun. I remember meandering around, trying to figure out exactly how to play when I was a kid. With this app, I got easily down to business right away, and build a thriving town. Read More »
Fangirls, today I’d like to talk about an app that I’ve been using for just over a month, GroupMe. GroupMe is an application that spreads across operating systems, to make keeping in touch with your friends so much easier.
A friend of mine gave me a big long list of delicious apps for me to devour, and City 2048 was the first one I tried out. Needless to say, I haven’t made it any further down the list yet. This game is so simple, and actually has so little for you to do, yet it’s ever so enticing.
Never in my life have I gotten so involved in an app, Fangirls. Yes, every other week I tell you about an app that has stolen my heart, but nothing can compare what is happening between Two Dots & me. It’s a rather savage addiction. Playing in the middle of the night, sneaking it at work. Trips to the bathroom have turned into 20 minute voyages, refusing to leave until I’ve gone through all my lives and can no longer play. I adore this game. I want to share it with the world. But I must warn you of what you are getting yourself into.
I accidentally stumbled upon this super, super cool app. It has so many facets, I don’t even know how to describe it. Most of what it does, though, you can tell from its name. Vurb, a unique spelling of verb, indicates an action. This app is all about helping you do stuff. Whether that’s plan an excellent night out, a movie date night, or an all night binge on your favorite videos. Read More »
This app is humiliatingly fun, Fangirls. You know that type of fun. Like you’re being roasted or something. It’s a brilliantly simple idea for a game. Take three numbers (1, 2, 3) and put them together in easy equations. Add in a timer, a snarky laughing dog, and you’ve got an app that I can’t stop playing.