Word Game for iPhone

Here are some word games for the iphone which you can download.

1.Word Warp
Word Warp is a challenging anagram type of word game in which you try to form as many words as you can out of the six letters you are given before time runs out. You will receive points for each correct word you come up with, but in order to advance to the next level you must come up with at least one word that uses all six letters. Click here to Download this app.
2.Word Dash
Find as many words as you can using the six letter tiles. Time is added when you find 4, 5, or 6 letter words. Get 5 words in a row and enter a 2x dash mode. Extend the 2x scoring by quickly finding more words. Scramble to enter as many words as quickly as you can for maximum points. Click here to Download this App.
3.Word Squares
Imangi Word Squares is like playing Sudoku with letters and words instead of numbers. Just unscramble each square so that all rows and columns form valid words. Click here to Download this App.
4.Word Fu
Shake your letter dice and spell as many words as you can before the clock runs out. Build up your score by unleashing an endless word barrage! Freeze time, flick dice for better letters, and let loose a fiery spelling fury! Once you’ve mastered it on your own, take on your friends over WiFi. Dominate the leaderboard on your quest to earn WordFu Belts and become a true WordFu Grand Master. Once no worldly man can defeat you, play Shaolin Style for the highest WordFu challenge. Click here to Download this App.
5.Word Whirl
You have 2 minutes to guess as many words as you can from 6 letters! Guessing words that are 4 letters or longer will give you more time. Press the refresh button in the top left corner to swap your puzzle. Word Whirl comes with over 8000 words, awesome graphics, and addictive sound. Its the best word game for the iPhone and a great way to improve your vocabulary. Click here to Download this App.
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ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Now $399

There are so many different tablets that get talked about on a regular basis running all sorts of different platforms. However, under the hype surrounding any of these given platforms they are largely the same despite featuring varying hardware specs. Luckily, there are some unique tablets on the market with one being the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer.
At first glance this device may look quite similar to something like the Motorola XOOM in the sense that it features things like a Google’s Android ‘Honeycomb’, an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, capacitive touch screen and front/rear facing cameras. However, ASUS also has a keyboard attachment for the tablet that essentially turns it from a tablet into a laptop increasing productivity along the way.

While there is no shortage of retailers to grab the tablet from you’ve got yet another one to consider. Target has just listed the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer with a price tag of $399.
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Angry Birds For BlackBerry Playbook

Gadgets running the latest platforms are fully capable at completing a wide array of different tasks. However, while out of the box these devices are highly sought after, it’s the plethora of third party software available that will keep you around. Available in mobile application stores like the Android Market and iOS App Store are tens of thousands of different applications looking to suit the needs of anyone.

One of the biggest genres of applications available for these mobile platform is games. We frequently tell you about the latest game to be made available for these mobile platforms with many suggesting that s aid mobile platforms will eventually go on to phase out dedicated video game consoles such as the Nintendo 3DS and PSP. Angry Birds has become one of the most popular mobile games, across multiple platforms which include the Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch as well as Android devices.

Recently RIM has confirmed that everyone’s favourite mobile game, Angry Birds is headed to the BlackBerry PlayBook, and it should be available for the PlayBook some time this summer.

We don’t know as yet whether Rovio Mobile will be launching a paid version of Angry Birds for the PlayBook, or whether it will be a free version which is supported by adverts like the Android versions of Angry Birds.
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Google Chrome Canary for iOS X

With an unexpected move that was reported earlier today by MG Siegler at TechCrunch, Google decided to (finally) release Chrome Canary for Mac. The new, highly unstable and cutting-edge version of Chrome is available for download here. What made Chrome Canary the proverbial unicorn among Mac users is the fact that this version of the browser is considered a pre-developer build — a step above Chromium, but an anticipation of things to come in the Google Chrome Dev, Beta and Stable channels. Available for several months on Windows, Canary is, put simply, the Chrome version to use if you want to see the latest developments, and try early features that will be implemented on other Chrome channels at a later date. Canary is not meant for daily, stable usage — instead, it’s best to run it alongside a beta or stable Chrome installation.

The Google team writes on the official Chromium blog:

"The Mac version of Google Chrome Canary follows the same philosophy: it automatically updates more frequently than the Dev channel, and does not undergo any manual testing before each release. Because we expect it to be unstable and, at times, unusable, you can run it concurrently with a Dev, Beta, or Stable version of Google Chrome. Your Canary data remains separate, but if you set up Sync in each version of Chrome that you use, you can automatically continue using the same set of bookmarks, extensions, themes, and more."

The current stable version of Chrome is labelled 11; meanwhile, the Dev and Beta channels are already using version 12, whilst Canary has already made the jump to version 13 — the one that’s going to come out as stable in at least a couple of months from now. But if you want to test the latest features and experience the bleeding edge, Canary is awaiting here. With a shiny new yellow icon.
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