ScrollClock offers a combination of timekeeping and battery meter tracking for your iOS device in a sleek-looking display. The app has varying levels of polish depending on what screen you're viewing, but generally it is a useful tool if you need to see the exact amount of battery life you have left and how long it will last against the time at that moment.
When you open ScrollClock it will display the time, date, and your current battery percentage. Swipe the screen and you can see a list of every function your device performs and the battery life left … Read more
NewsScrollFree is a fairly bare-bones app but it offers a useful way to scroll through and view news while doing something else on your iPhone. It's fast and easy to use, and while customization is fairly limited, the core functionality is well executed for a free app.
When you start NewsScrollFree, it will automatically pull headlines from a number of news sources, most of them pulled from Google News. Each news story remains on the screen for a few seconds before it scrolls to the next. Swipe the screen and it will pause, opening a second menu to read … Read more
A Ride Into the Mountains (iOS|Android) uses simple graphics to create a stunningly artistic world where you play as a young boy battling demons with his trusty bow. The touch controls for firing your bow take some practice, but it's worth it to master your skills to watch the story unfold. Unfortunately, that's easier said than done.
The storyline for A Ride Into the Mountains is simple, but the presentation is what makes the game special. A family lives in the shadow of a mountain that houses a magical relic that protects the surrounding land. When an … Read more
The sheer size and scope of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim astounds, but a new fan-made add-on called Falskaar goes above and beyond by adding more than 20 hours of gameplay, new lands, and a slew of other compelling features that will tickle any fan of the series.
Amazingly, the free add-on was put together by a 19-year-old -- Alexander J. Velicky, who aspires to work as a level designer at Skyrim developer Bethesda Softworks. Over the past 20 months, Velicky spent several thousand hours building the look and lore of Falskaar, and also corralled 100 contributors who helped with voice-overs, original music (by Adamm Khuevrr), and gameplay testing.… Read more
Scroll Reverser for Mac does just what its title says; it changes the movements for changing Web page views, and does so in an easy-to-use application. This program will be welcomed by those who feel they are missing the natural scrolling they enjoy on iOS devices.
Scroll Reverser for Mac easily installs with a drag and drop into the Applications folder and applies changes to the trackpad instantly. Typically, the pad scrolls down when users move two fingers up the pad. For many, this is the opposite of the most intuitive movement, which would be to swipe down to move … Read more
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S4 will offer a Smart Scroll feature, at least according to a series of screenshots leaked by blog site Sammobile.
Images posted on the site show a settings screen for Smart Scroll, a feature that allows users to scroll through the screen and perform certain tasks merely by moving their eyes up and down.
Citing information from a person who has used the yet-to-be-announced phone, the New York Times reported on Monday that Smart Scroll would be built into the S4. The feature would monitor the movement of users' eyes and move the screen accordingly. As … Read more
Developer Zenimax Online Studios wowed the gaming community today with a six-minute explosive cinematic trailer showing some heart-racing action in the grandiose world of Tamriel, the primary location of the upcoming The Elder Scrolls Online. Be sure to play the CGI trailer in high-definition and at full screen for maximum pleasure.
To add further excitement to the reveal, Zenimax also opened the doors to Elder Scrolls Online beta registrations today, giving anyone the chance to get in on the action. Of course, to get in, you'll need to submit answers to an array of personal questions (name, birthday, and so on) and submit full system diagnostic information. Zenimax also requires that you answer questions about any other relevant MMORPGs you've played; your play style (solo, group, etc.); preferred activities in MMORPGs; and previous stints as a beta tester.… Read more