Today's iPhone app reviews include All-In Notes, The Moron Test, Human Japanese, and First Aid Pocket Guide. All-In Notes gives you the ability to record multimedia-filled notes on the go. The Moron Test is an addictive game which acts as a "reverse IQ test." Human Japanese is the perfect app if you wanted to start learning Japanese, and the First Aid Pocket Guide will keep you prepared for many medical emergencies, no matter where you are.
All-In Notes is a multimedia notes app which lets you store detailed, organized notes with images and audio recordings. You can add a photo from your saved photos or by taking one on the camera directly through the app. You can easily record a voice message and add it into any note. All notes are color coordinated. All the notes are securable, for you can create a PIN number to keep things locked. Your entire collection of notes is searchable, and you can share notes (multimedia included) via email.
This "game" is one of the most popular in the app store. It seems silly, but The Moron Test is simple and addictive. This app, which asks "Are you a complete idiot?", has 7 different gameplay levels with over 100 steps (updated often). For only a buck, this app is definitely worth it, for it provides a good disctraction from work and gives you the opportunity to make your friends look like morons. It's great.
- More than 500 pages of main content
- Animations of every Hiragana and Katakana character
- Over 1800 recordings of words and phrases
- Interactive games
- Review quizzes
- A Japanese dictionary (of words present in the application)
First Aid Pocket Guide
First Aid Pocket Guide is an iPhone app created by professional ambulance paramedics in order to keep you prepared for medical emergency situations. The app provides simple to follow information and treatment guides. It includes an introductin to first aid, essentials of first aid, and detailed instructions for the most common trauma (such as bleeding, burns, injuries, poisons, seizures, etc…). This app can be extremely useful. Even though most of this information can be found via Google, realize that the beauty of this app is that it requires no internet connection.