Tagged: iphone

Miggo Pictar One Plus MKII Smartphone Camera Grip Review

Enjoy taking pictures with your latest iPhone, Samsung, or Huawei device but wish you didn’t have to constantly pinch and drag at your touchscreen to get that perfect shot? Maybe you have shake-y hands or hate camera menus that can challenge your photo’s timing when you’re trying to get that perfect at-the-moment pic. While smartphone cameras continue to excel with their performance and quality, the phone itself is not always becoming easier to handle, even...

Gamevice iOS Mobile Controller Review

The Gamevice is a mobile controller created for the mobile iDevices of today. There are variants available for the iPhone, iPad mini, iPad 9.7-inch, and iPad Pro 12.9-inch. Here, we’ll go over the iPhone version, compatible with the iPhone 7 / 7 Plus, iPhone 6s / 6s Plus, and iPhone 6 / 6 Plus with perfect time to try the Gamevice being on a trip back home last weekend to visit my family. Claiming a seat...

CES 2013: ZAGG-iFrogz leaps into gaming

On Tuesday Jan. 8 2013, Zagg, well known for their InvisibleSHIELD, announced at CES that they will enter the gaming arena with their new gaming line, Caliber. The line will sport a selection of gaming headsets and their headliner product that day, the Caliber Advantage. The Caliber Advantage is a gaming controller disguised as an iPhone case! Or is it an iPhone case disguised as a controller? Either way, ifrogz presented a controller-case that works...

Gametel Enhances Mobile Gaming

After seeing Fructel’s Gametel at CES 2012, I was eager to see the device in action personally. See my preview coverage of Gametel here. Repeating from my previous article, the device is compatible with Android devices running Android 2.1.1 Éclair or later, Apple iPads running iOS 3.2 or and iPhones supporting iOS 4.0 or later. Once the device is paired with a phone or tablet, it automatically connects once powered on. It is compact, supports...

Gametel makes your phone a true “hand-held”

Fructel showcased their bluetooth controller geared specifically for smartphones and tablets. The device is compatible with Android devices running Android 2.1.1 Éclair or later, Apple iPads running iOS 3.2 or later and iPhones supporting iOS 4.0 or later. Once the device is paired with a phone or tablet, it automatically connects once powered on. It has the traditional Super Nintendo 6-button gamepad layout (D-pad with 6 front facing buttons, 2 of them being your start...

Mobile Games in the Wild – Infinity Blade FX & Fruit Ninja Arcade Editions!

Ever wonder how your favorite mobile games would translate as an arcade game? Forget trying to see them on your console; lately, I’m seeing more and more mobile games transformed into fun quick arcade games. And since I love to escape to my local Dave & Busters and unleash my inner child after a long day at work, it’s comforting to get rewarded with tickets. It really makes my day. And with that said, I was...