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Toy Defense 2 for Android 1.16
Tower defense game set during World War II

What's the Phrase Free for Android 1.27
Fun social word game for Android

Vilynx for iPhone/iPad 1.5.4
Manage, upload and share your videos

Hyperlight for iPhone/iPad 1.4.5
Arcade space shooter for iOS

Scout by Telenav for iPhone
Voice-guided GPS navigation

Time Surfer for iOS 1.4.1
2D endless runner

Instant for iPhone 1.1.1
Turn your iPhone into a Polaroid instant camera

Toy Defense 2 Free for Android 1.16
Tower defense game set during World War II

Saga for Android 2.10
Create a log of your life

Word Avalanche Free for Android 3.1
Spell your way out of a letter avalanche

UNO & Friends for Android 1.6.1
Play the popular card game in online multiplayer

MapMyRide+ for Android 2.9.5
GPS workout tracker for cyclists

MeetMe for iPad 5.1.1
Meet new people near you.

TouristEye for iPhone 4.0.1
Travel guide and trip planner with offline maps

Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden HD for iPad 1.2
Hidden object adventure game

iAssociate 2 HD for iPad 1.4.5
Word association game

ZENONIA 5 for iPhone/iPad 1.1.0
Fantasy action RPG

Threema for Android 1.42
Secure instant messenger for Android

PhotoGrid for Android 4.706
Collage maker for Android

SeeYou IGC Flight Recorder for Android 1.32
Flight recorder for glider, paraglider and hang glider pilots

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Ashampoo Burning Studio 2014 Review [GIVEAWAY]
Although we mostly use USB flash disks and cloud technology nowadays to store our files and folders, we still rely on disc burners to create CDs and DVDs for external devices. In the disc-burning category, Ashampoo Burning Studio stands out thanks to its intuitive options and user-friendly interface. It bundles various tools for creating and copying discs, building and burning images, erasing rewritable discs, and the list goes on. The trial version has all features unlocked and lasts for 10...

Script of the Day: Windu CMS
There's little value to coding your own CMS these days, possible due to the large number of free or commercial solutions out there. Content Management Systems are a dime a dozen. They are everywhere, for free, under a paid license, self-hosted, cloud-based, coded in Ruby, PHP, Python, or whatever language you're interested in. They can work without a database, with a relational database, with a NoSQL database, with raw text files, with XMLs, JSONs, etc. All what's left for the user to do th...

Backup4All Review [GIVEAWAY]
Regular backups are indispensable to any self-respecting users who want to keep their valuable data locked up in a secure location, especially if their system is prone to glitches and crashes. One of the approachable software applications specialized in file backup and restoration is Backup4all. It features a rather user-friendly interface and intuitive features, such as multiple backup methods and saving destinations, along with a scheduler and history list, among many others. The Pro versi...

Ad-Aware Pro Security 11 Review [GIVEAWAY]
When it comes to antivirus tools, there are always some heavy names that seem to be glued to the top (just like with web browsers). We tend to overlook lesser-known apps, but sometimes they will pleasantly surprise us. In our opinion, this rule applies to Ad-Aware Pro Security. Part of a set of four versions (Free Antivirus+, Personal Security, Pro Security and Total Security), this tool is very quick at detecting almost all known malware agents to date, backed by a powerful real-time guard....

east-tec SafeBit 2 Review [GIVEAWAY]
Most of us have fantasized about those safes hidden behind the big portrait in the middle of the wall and, to be completely honest, some of us still do. With the same security concept in mind, east-tec SafeBit is a software application that creates digital safes (or vaults), encrypts them with passwords, and lets users perform file operations within, just like working with regular drives in Windows Explorer. It features support for safe backups, read-only mode and hotkeys, among others. NOTE...

Ashampoo WinOptimizer 2014 Review [GIVEAWAY]
System maintenance tools are not miracle workers but they can definitely ease users' jobs at finding workarounds to resolve frequent Windows issues without resorting to the ultimate solution: reinstalling the OS. Ashampoo WinOptimizer 2014 bundles a wide range of boosting, tweaking, analysis, and general care tools for keeping PCs in shape. While novices can resort to one-click optimization and other automated tasks, power users may configure each part of the modules and evaluate information ...

Easter Is Here: Unlimited Giveaway Campaign by Softpedia
As we have announced 4 days ago, Softpedia and a select group of software developers are hosting a 24-hour giveaway promotion for Softpedia readers and Windows users. It expires tomorrow, April 21 at15:00 UTC (8:00 a.m. PDT/PST). Without further ado, here they are (in alphabetical order): Ad-Aware Pro Security 11, Adguard Web Filter 5, Advanced SystemCare 7 Pro, Ashampoo Burning Studio 2014, Ashampoo Photo Commander 10, Ashampoo Snap 6, Ashampoo WinOptimizer 2014, Backup4all 5, EaseUS P...

Life Goes On Review (PC)
Life Goes On is yet another indie game that seeks to challenge players with puzzles of the platforming kind, only one with a slightly morbid side to it, as it uses death as a gameplay mechanic. As the world of puzzle-platformers gets increasingly saturated, developer Infinite Monkeys Entertainment attempts to offer some fresh elements in order to pique the curiosity of the masses, and maybe also rewrite the entire works of Shakespeare? We don't know, we'd have to check for massive orders of t...

Tomb Raider 2 Has New Economy System, Job Listings Mention
Tomb Raider 2, the next iteration in the action adventure series from Crystal Dynamics, has just received some more details via several job listings posted by the studio, confirming that, while it has mostly the same mechanics, it will also feature some new things, like an economy system. Tomb Raider appeared back in 2013 and delivered an impressive reboot to the classic action adventure franchise, starring a younger version of protagonist Lara Croft but also some more modernized mechanics th...

A Gamer’s Week: April 20
This week, the review department of Softpedia Games has long-form evaluations for the following titles: Ether One, LEGO The Hobbit, Depths of Fear: Knossos, Moebius: Empire Rising, Trials Fusion and 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. We also deliver the editorials associated with the world of gaming: one about the chances that Nintendo has to revive the Wii U or succeed with other hardware launches and another about DLC, Titanfall and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. The Gamer Diaries are follow...