Luke Thomas

Owner of a rooted One and Nexus 7. Mostly write reviews of apps and any hardware I can get my hands on. I frequent Google+ and XDA-Developers.

Daddy Was A Thief – Review

Daddy Was A Thief – Review This is a simple great looking game to pick up and play. Its a fine example of a casual game, but looks can be deceiving. Once you get passed the good looking graphics and simple gameplay you start to notice its a simple drop down game with little reward at the end. You play as a rotund father, who takes up the striped shirt and black mask due to him losing his job...[Read More]

Fleksy Beta – Review

Fleksy which until this week was for iOS is a lot smarter than the average keyboard.  According to the developers, Fleksy aims to bring “laptop keyboard” level touch-typing to mobile devices. It falls into the pit with so many other keyboards, but even as a beta I can see great things for this app. Fleskys challenge of creating a true touch type experience plays out rather well.  Nine times out of...[Read More]

Flayvr – Review

Flayvr – Review There are countless apps which let you view your photo albums on your phone. Now since using Sense 5 there have been some changes to how you view your albums, the standard is location, date or folder name. Upon opening Flayvr, you will notice that it presents them to you organized by date, event and location. So instead of one of the other in Sense, you get the option to see ...[Read More]

House of the Dead Overkill – Review

House of the Dead Overkill – Review The House of the Dead: Overkill – The Lost Reels was originally a Wii game, like a zombie this game has come back from the dead and you can tell this from the dated, clunky and bland graphics while you play the game. But I feel this adds to the overall feel of the game. When I play this kind of shooter sometimes you want some nostalgia, and this game...[Read More]

MP3 InCall Recorder – Review

MP3 InCall Recorder – Review Apps that allow you to record calls are very popular. The main reason being that actually there is quite a fine legal line when recording a conversation without the other persons consent. This is normally the reason why its not an included feature on mobile phones. But whatever the reason for wanting to do it, MP3 InCall Recorder achieves this goal and it does it...[Read More]

Fieldrunners 2 – Review

Fieldrunners 2 – Review Instead of altering the tower defense gameplay in Fieldrunners 2, the developers decided to refine them. One improvement I noticed was the addition of a path marker. The original had the runners following a set path, they would just keep going straight until something got in their way. Now they will run across the battlefield more realistically, constantly changing th...[Read More]

HTC Double Dip Hard Shell Case for HTC One – Review

HTC Double Dip Hard Shell Case for HTC One – Review Getting a phone when it first comes out has advantages, but a disadvantage is the lack of accessories. As its brand new you run the risk of getting something which doesn’t fit or doesn’t work with the phone. For the first time in my life, I tried to be smart. I decided to buy the official HTC case for the HTC One, I couldn’...[Read More]

Bytes Insight – Review

Bytes Insight – Review There are various apps around which can tell you your internet usage. I currently use the My Vodafone app which keeps track of the usage for me. But I have always wondered which apps take up the most data. When I refresh Google+ on the go is that a lot of data? Then while writing up the review for another app Greenify, I noticed the developer did one other app. Thats w...[Read More]

Icon Themer (Root) – Review

Icon Themer (Root) – Review Icon Themer, a new app from the developer who bought us HelixLauncher and QuickDesk, aims to bring any icon pack to any custom launcher. This is pretty big thing especially for those of us who over the years have bought various icon packs and have changed launchers more times than hot dinners. Icon Themer is pretty easy to setup, though it does require Xposed Fram...[Read More]

RE-VOLT Classic – Review

RE-VOLT Classic – Review When I saw this game, it brought back memories of playing it on the N64. Sitting crossed legged on the floor and moving that little joystick around so much it left a mark on my thumb for a week. This is why before reading any reviews or comments, I bought this game as fast as I could. Re-Volt has been released many times on different consoles: Xbox, Dreamcast and PC....[Read More]

WidgetShade – Review

WidgetShade – Review One of the major Android perks are widgets, they sit on your homescreen and tell you the time, weather, tweets etc. But you always have to go to the home screen to read them, this can be annoying when your watching a movie, playing a game or any other activity where going to the home screen isn’t possible. There have been some developments to overcome this issue su...[Read More]

Ice Rage – Review

Ice Rage – Review Billed as bringing ice hockey into the 21st century, Ice Rage plays less like a hockey game and more like pong or those air hockey games in the arcade. Games consist of 2 players on each side (one goalie and one attacker) on a very small rink. There’s also very little strategy involved in the gameplay  if you have the puck keep shooting till you get the goal, if you o...[Read More]

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