Yearly Archives: 2016


Apple’s Free App Of The Week: Impossible Road

IMPOSSIBLE ROAD is a pure, minimal arcade game about risk, reward, and rollercoasters. “9/10” – Edge Online Game of the Week – PocketGamer Guide THE VESSEL down the roller coaster-like track at speed, scoring for each gate you make it through. Navigate hair-pin bends, jumps, banked curves and adve…   […]


Apple’s Free App Of The Week: Flowing

Flowing FREE for a limited time as the App Store’s Free App of the Week! Upgrade your sleep, focus & productivity with Flowing, the third sequel to popular Best of 2014 app Windy. Imagine you could sleep outside in nature instead and enjoy the sights and sounds of wonderful streams, […]


Most dangerous destinations on earth

Devil’s pool, Zambia   Triftbrücke, Switzerland Trift Bridge is one of the most spectacular pedestrian suspension bridges of the Alps. It is 100 meters high and 170 meters long, and is poised above the region of the Trift Glacier. Even reaching the bridge through the ravine by cable car is […]


Apple’s Free App Of The Week: AG Drive

This week’s free app of the week is AG Drive AG Drive is a futuristic racing game in which you race blazing fast anti-gravity craft against opponents on spectacular tracks. Amazing graphics, great controls, and plenty of game modes and races combine to create a unique racing experience. Universal Purchase. […]


The Get Down – DJ Rule #1

That’s the get down beat. That’s what the beat boys get down to. The Get Down. DJ Rule #1 #TheGetDown pic.twitter.com/tbhtEL9NaT — The Get Down (@TheGetDown) September 21, 2016     The Get Down (Original Soundtrack from the Netflix Original Series) [Deluxe Version] – Various Artists Genre: Soundtrack Released: August […]


Geisha, Kyoto (Japan)

Geisha (芸者) (/ˈɡeɪʃə/; Japanese: [ɡeːɕa]), geiko (芸子), or geigi (芸妓? are traditional Japanese female entertainers who act as hostesses and whose skills include performing various arts such as classical music, dance, games and conversation, mainly to entertain male customers. Geisha (/ˈɡeɪʃə/; Japanese: [ɡeːɕa]),  like all Japanese nouns, has no distinct […]