Month: May 2015

Review: Flickr And iCloud Photo Library

Review: Flickr And iCloud Photo Library

Technology
While shooting photos and videos with your mobile phones you may run the risk of filling up its memory soon. You may be more in problem with certain handsets that does not allow adding up storage. Probably, moving the images to a PC also seems complicated to many. In such cases Yahoo and Apple have come up with answers with their Flickr and iCloud Photo Library respectively. Flickr You get virtually unlimited online storage with Flickr for free. It offers 1 terabyte of space. However, Yahoo puts it in this way. It offers five photos a day for next sixty years. The old and new images are copied automatically with the app of Flickr for iPhones, iPads and Android devices. This will help you to delete the files from your phone and makes some storage space. Anytime you can retrieve...
Game Loading: Rise of the Indies documentary review

Game Loading: Rise of the Indies documentary review

Entertainment, Gaming
This is the era of digital downloading and in recent years it has increased tremendously. As an aftermath, it has become very easy for indie game developers. They have been able to get their games onto different consoles, PCs and also on mobile devices for the masses, as many people as possible. Each day there appears many new indie games, but how much really goes into creating these games? Game Loading: Rise of the Indies is one such that follows lives of such developers and also the ups and downs throughout the process of creating the games. The movie moves around developers of The Stanley Parable, Davey Wreden. He talks about development from beginning to release. He shows the hard work that is involved in creating such games. The documentary in fact does an excellent ...
Review: Story Of Seasons – Slow progression, completely enjoyable

Review: Story Of Seasons – Slow progression, completely enjoyable

Gaming
We all know farming is not an easy job. It need lots of hard work and lots of repetitive work. Things are tedious too, but if you have played the Bolujo Monogatari of this series or Harvest Moon, you may be well aware of the work and also at the same time how to enjoy the game. Story of Seasons is of slow progression and slow expansion nature, and so it is highly relaxing for players and simultaneously enjoyable too, similar to the predecessors. However, it is to take note that raising the crops and animals offers a real sense of accomplishment. In terms of content there is nothing to worry as it has large amount of those. The game has a long tutorial and so even without previous experience of playing game of similar nature one can play it easily and understand how things work. P...
The Project Cars PC Version Review

The Project Cars PC Version Review

Gaming
The Project Cars is a much respectable and gorgeous game from the stable of Bandai Namco. It is equipped with substantial amount of tuning depth. The Likes Dust, raindrops and sunbeams are really the best things to like. Graphics are awesome and the landscapes are in details. It is to take note that dynamic reflections in the hood of care are too mesmerizing. The rain changes lighting and reflection on the car and the drops splashes beautifully and run on the whindshield. More to these, the sun looks different on a cloudy day compared to the foggy day. The scattered sunbeams look awesome and the late-afternoon sun in Dubai is simply blinding. The Dislikes The engine noises of the cars are so insistent and so grating. It is louder if compared to the pit radio of even t...
Review – The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD

Review – The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD

Gaming
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD starts with a nice introduction. It talks about a legendary hero in a cinematic retelling story that sealed away evil. If compared to other titles in the series, this comes with different look. The game is gorgeous and player starts off asleep on top of a tower overlooking the ocean. As player starts walking, a sister could be seen waiting to greet and she asks what day it is. She says its birthday of the player and thereafter starts tells their grandma is waiting at the house. She emphasizes the player to visit grandma and see what gift she has. It is to be a happy moment, but the little hero is not as there is a tradition in the little island village that at this age he is to dawn the same green garb for one day. The grandma delivers go...
Review: Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime – A Sub-$200 Premium Look Smartphone

Review: Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime – A Sub-$200 Premium Look Smartphone

Technology
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime is a sub-$200 smartphone. It is feature-rich and comes with attractive build. However, the screen is of low resolution and this makes videos and games look pixelated. Even the download speed has been found to be slow on it. If talked about the good things of Galaxy Grand Prime, the phone is equipped with LTE connectivity feature. Both the primary as well as secondary cameras take decent photos. Design The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime sports 5-inch TFT screen with resolution of 960x540 pixels. It offers pixel density of 220ppi. The phone measures 5.7x2.8x0.34 inches and weighs 5.5 ounces. The phone has a premium look with glossy off-white face and pearlescent back cover. OS The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime runs on Android 4.4 KitKat and not on An...