IPAD APPS VIDEO REVIEWS

Qwiki: Exhaustive carnival knowledge

Qwiki: Exhaustive carnival knowledge
IPAD APPS REVIEW

Darling, is that a hard drive groaning at the seams, or are you simply pleased to see me?

 

Both, my dear.

 

That’s it, darling.  No time for languorous intellectual intercourse…let’s have a Qwiki!

 

Couldn’t agree more, my dear.

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April 27th, 2011

ShowYou: A bit more Tell than Show at this stage of the game

ShowYou: A bit more Tell than Show at this stage of the game
IPAD APPS REVIEW

Apps aplenty coming out in the social networking realm…most of which are aiming to step between us and the original sites. 

 

Don’t bother actually going to Facebook or Twitter to see your friends’ video offerings.  Just use ShowYou instead.

 

All the socially networked videos you could poke a proverbial branch at…or so they claim.

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April 25th, 2011

The Unwanted Guest: Kicks fairy tale

The Unwanted Guest: Kicks fairy tale
IPAD APPS REVIEW

Moving Tales achieve what I’m going to now call…The Wardrobe Effect.  That’s the wardrobe from C. S. Lewis’ Narnia series…a portal that transports one out of the normal world and into the world of magic and story.

 

Aren’t I getting all airy fairy, then.

 

Yup, The Unwanted Guest kicks fairy tale.

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April 21st, 2011

The Pedlar Lady of Gushing Cross: A piece of digital enchantment

The Pedlar Lady of Gushing Cross: A piece of digital enchantment
IPAD APPS REVIEW

I’ve always loved being read to.  Particularly by smooth voiced Irishmen.  No, don’t look at me like that.  You know not the magic of such a thing until you’ve tried it.

Oh, and throw in some beautiful illustrations and surreal animation for good measure.  That’s what Moving Tales has done in this digital retelling of an age old tale, The Pedlar Lady of Gushing Cross.

Gushing?  You’re the one who’s gushing at the moment Edwin.  Damn straight I am, and for good reason.

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March 7th, 2011

iWatch: I watch...I like.

iWatch: I watch...I like.
IPAD APPS REVIEW

Streaming video, that’s where the iPad comes into it’s own, the sexy wee beastie.  Here I am, sitting on my deck in the shade of a tree on a sunny afternoon, using iWatch to enjoy an illustrated interpretation of Tim Burton’s original ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ poem. 

This is a very nice moment indeed.

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January 12nd, 2011

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