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The Roundup: 11 November 2017

We’re back with another week of The Roundup, our weekly series that highlights and showcases some incredible animations, mockups, illustrations that we come across during the week. This time, we’re bringing an incredible roundup of some lovely portfolios. We hope you enjoy The Roundup this week and as always, if you have any feedback or suggestions, we’re always eager to hear them. The Roundup is powered by NFN Labs — a design driven development agency which builds aesthetic & functional...

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Solitaere - Solitaire Game for iPhone and iPad

‘Solitaere’ is a Beautiful Take on the Classic Card Game

Solitaere is a remarkably beautiful card game for iOS that I’ve been playing on my iPhone since early 2016. It is a lovely take on Solitaire — the age-old and classic card game that most of us have spent hours playing on Windows PCs. Crafted by Keiran Flanigan, Solitaere makes playing the game of Solitaire thoroughly enjoyable and a lot of fun. Solitaere features a clean, minimal and elegant layout and design. The cards laid out on the screen look...

Download and Manage iOS Apps without iTunes

iMazing 2.5 Lets you Download and Manage iOS Apps without iTunes

A few weeks ago, Apple released iTunes 12.7 — a notable update to the company’s once favorite destination to cram new & unrelated features into. iTunes had long become an exceptionally slow and cumbersome app that acted as a music player, video player, media library, media store, podcast store and library, iOS device management tool and iOS App Store interface. The iTunes 12.7 update removed the ability to access the iOS App Store from within iTunes and also removed the...

Storm It for Tweetstorms on Twitter

Storm It 2.0 for Android

A little over a year ago, we wrote about Storm It — a simple and clever Android app that allows you to post “tweetstorms” on Twitter. With Storm it, you simply go on typing your thoughts or ideas without worrying about how much characters you’ve used. The app will automatically split your block of text into tweets, prepend the “/” format to it and send out your Tweets. It works… dare I say… automagically. A handy preview option shows you...