Apps of the month: September
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if every moment of your life were accompanied by a soundtrack? We try, with omni-smartphones and their headphones, or set-top box apps. But even so, we can’t have it all...
One thing we can do to the full is waste time. Sometimes we do it more slowly, other times more quickly. When this feeling is strong we usually say "time flies"; and with the video games that we look at below, we guarantee that time will fly...
Spotify is without a doubt the best application on the market, as far as music is concerned. First, there is one crucial factor you have to take into account: the price. If you choose the free version you can access any song or album you want to hear without having to pay, thanks to the advertising that feeds the application.
In addition to the financial factor, this pure music streaming service has a simple and intuitive interface, tons of songs and excellent options for making playlists and discovering new music.
iHeartRadio is a free radio service that allows you to listen to more than 1,500 local AM and FM radio stations across North America. It also helps you to customise music stations with feature artists or songs that you choose.
These custom music stations are ad-free and take into account your preferences and listening history with more than 18 million songs and nearly half a million artists available on this platform.
The Bard’s Tale
The Bard's Tale is... a classic of the RPG genre. Released in 2004 for PlayStation 2 and Xbox, this video game quickly seduced Android gamers, when a version for this platform was released in 2011.
If you're interested in trying this amazing game, we guarantee you that the 15-hour storyline, epic boss fights, quirky and humorous NPCs and situations will not disappoint you. Basically, it has all the features that make up a classic, including easy gameplay that is enhanced if you have your own gaming control installed on your set-top box.
Inferno 2 is a true chaos of explosions, colour and action, as all arcade shooters should be. The goal is simple: you are a ship and you must destroy everything that passes by. The story is... absent! After all, it's an arcade game.
But if you think you're going to miss a storyline, forget it. The minimalist graphics, the 80 levels, the difficulty and the dozens of bad guys will not let you breathe enough to oxygenate your brain and worry about understanding the main character's motive... So, what are you waiting for? Download and play Inferno 2 now. You’ll soon see how time flies...