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Ramp Champ

Ramp Champ — The Classic iPhone Game Returns to the App Store

Ramp Champ is one of the fondest memories I have of gaming on my iPhone. It is one of the few games that I have spent my money on as soon as I saw it. Ramp Champ made its debut on the App Store back in 2009 and was an instant hit. Co-developed by the folks at The Iconfactory in partnership with DS Media Labs, Ramp Champ’s design was absolutely incredible at the time and the game was an absolute...

Twitterrific for iOS Offers Alternative App Icons

Twitterrific for Mac’s Project Phoenix Reaches Funding Goal

The Iconfactory Announces Project Phoenix — A Kickstarter Campaign to Revive Twitterrific for macOS

It boggles my mind knowing that I have spent almost ten years on Twitter. I still remember signing up on Twitter on August 15th, 2007, while attending to some tasks I had to finish for Burrp! the next day. Whatever I am today, and whatever I have achieved in the last 10 years, I owe a lot of it to Twitter — the people I have met, the friends I have made, the products and services I have discovered —...

Our Favorite iMessage Sticker Packs for iOS 10

Apple is officially set to roll out iOS 10 — its biggest iOS release ever in just a few hours, but several thousands of users had already gotten their hands on it thanks to the company’s Public Beta program. iOS 10 has several great features worth discussing, but there’s no doubt that the most talked about features are going to be iMessage Sticker Packs and iMessage Apps. With iOS 10, the company has extended the functionality of its rather plain...

iPulse by The Iconfactory

iPulse is a tiny Mac app from the folks at The Iconfactory that was originally introduced back in 2002. Back then, I didn’t even know about the existence of Macintosh systems. iPulse offers a nerdy look at the various system statistics and different status states of your Mac. The app was recently revived, getting it ready for OS X El Capitan and boy did it surprise me. iPulse offers a great way to quickly glance at the inner workings of...