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Backbreaker is just brilliant. Leg it down an American Football field as fast as you can whilst trying to shimme and spin round those dastardly fellas running at you, then showboat your way into the endzone. Awesome. Backbreaker is 99p on App Store. There’s a Backbreaker LITE version available too for free.
What does it mean?
It’s a full on dictionary (and thesaurus), on your iPhone, that works offline. Very, very simple, and very, very useful. The dictionary.com iPhone app is free from the App Store.
Is this best cooking app on the iPhone?
Not really being one for cooking, this was downloaded out of curiosity. Jamie’s 20 minute meals got a stack of really high ratings and really good comments. Is it the best cooking app on the iPhone? Well it got me cooking (and I really, really don’t cook), and cooking a meal that tasted pretty good too - so it must be up there. Jamie’s 20 Minute Meals, £4.99 on App Store
Watch Sky Sports channels on your iPhone (inc. all Sky Sports channels and ESPN too). £6 a month. Might seem a lot for sports on a small screen, but if (like me) your iPhone is jailbroken, use it with TV Out Landscape to pipe it onto your TV set… and voila, all Sky Sports channels on your TV for £6 a month. Lovely. Picture quality can vary, but definitely watchable. Sky Mobile is free on...
Flick Kick Rugby
Neat little game to pass the time, capitalising on the Six Nations buzz. Kick the ball through the uprights. Simples. Flick Kick Rugby, 59p on the App Store
The iPhone RSS Reader We've All Been Waiting For
Quite simply the best RSS reader out there for anyone that has a Google Reader account. It’s very fast, does everything you’d expect it to do, and does it very well, but where MobileRSS triumphs over most is once your feeds are synced you can read them offline (perfect for the morning commute). MobileRSS Pro is £2.99 on App Store, there’s also a MobileRSS Free version too (which...
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