Archive | June 2016

Brain It On app game review

One of my time-wasting apps includes this game — Brain it on (version 1.0.93).

Google play: Brain it on

Brainiton1Descriptions and features (taken from Google play):

Deceptively challenging physics puzzles for your brain!

Draw shapes to solve challenging physics puzzles. They’re not as easy as they look. Care to give one a try?

◆ Dozens of brain busting physics puzzles, with more being added all the time
◆ Compete with your friends for the Brain It On! crown
◆ Multiple ways to solve each puzzle, can you find the best solution?
◆ Share your unique solutions and compare with your friends

Everything in Brain It On! is free, you can choose to buy puzzle packs if you want to unlock them right away, or you can unlock them for free with stars that you collect.

Brain It On! is like Crayon Physics meets Draw Something. But it’s challenging though, if you find it too hard you might want to check out something easier like Brain Dots. This game is not supported on emulated platforms like BlueStacks.

This app rated 4.5 (out of 5 stars) in Google play and I have read some good reviews which prompted me to try it out. So for anyone who wants some brain exercise/stimulation, try this!

Here are some of the levels that I have tried, basically all you have to do is follow the instructions to solve the puzzle. You only need to draw the materials you need to solve the puzzle. In case you are stuck, hints are provided for you. 🙂

Try this!


Guess the Movie quiz app review

Today I am going to briefly talk about the Guess the Movie app game (version 1.3).

Google play: Guess the Movie


Hundreds of stunning, beautiful minimalist movie posters.
Multiple levels to test your skills.

Lots of Help Options :
– Use hints to Guess the Movie based on the plot summary for the movie itself.
– Use a second kind of hint to guess the movie name in hangman style.
– Finally, use our “Resolve” feature in case you get really stuck!
– Also, if you find a few posters too despicable and tough, there are great ways to get free hints too!




I was bored so I tried this game, and I must say that it is quite enjoyable. Also, I am certain that movie lovers will find this interesting and entertaining. There are other apps similar to this so it is up to you to choose. Though I am not that knowledgeable regarding movies, I was still able to unlock other levels since hints are available if you get stuck.

Try this!

TickTick – todo & task list

I am going to review an app which I just installed a few days ago — and I give this two thumbs up. This is the TickTick app (version It is available (free) on Google play.

Google play: TickTick app


Features (taken from Google play):

TickTick is a powerful to-do & task management app with seamless cloud synchronization across all your devices. Whether you need to schedule your agenda, make memos, share shopping lists with family members, or collaborate with your colleagues, TickTick is always here to help you get stuff done and keep life on track.

★ Key features of TickTick:
● Sync tasks across all devices
● Set flexible recurring tasks
● Create checklist
● Share task lists for collaboration
● Add task via email
● Upload attachment to tasks
● Integrate with calendar application
● Classify tasks with tags
● Create widget for easy access

★ More functions to help you get focused and boost productivity
● Instant time & location reminder
● Four priority levels
● Different sort options (by order/date/name/priority)
● Add notes/comments to tasks
● Batch edit tasks
● Quick search tasks
● Voice input tasks via Google Now voice command

TickTick is free but you can also upgrade to Pro account for full access of premium features:

★ Pro Features highlights:
● More lists and tasks (299 lists, 999 tasks in each list, 199 subtasks in each task)
● Add at most 5 reminders to each task
● Share a task list up to 19 members for better project collaboration
● Upload up to 99 attachments every day
● Subscribe calendars in TickTick

The side menu bar shows: Today, Inbox, Calendar, Add a list and Edit list. Basically the Today options shows you the list of tasks you need to do for the today. The Inbox shows the list of all tasks and the Calendar shows the date and the tasks listed under that date. The app will remind you of the tasks per day.

After accomplishing a task, you only need to tick the box next to the task and it will be marked as completed. After completing all the tasks for the day, the app will congratulate you  on your progress haha (“You’re all done! Enjoy your day!)

You can also make lists of things you need to remember. For example, I listed down the movies I want to watch for this year. So I listed them all in the app and I opted for the list to be hidden. If you tag it as a hidden list, it won’t show up in your inbox or other tasks list (best for lists that can only be accomplished long term).

This app offers very simple functions but it is indeed very useful. I have multiple tasks each day and this app is a great addition to my growing collection of productivity apps. As stated in its page in Google play, it offers a paid version, but the free version is already fine with me. There are other apps with similar functions as the TickTick app, and I suggest for you to try those as well so you are able to find the best app that suits you.

Try this app! 🙂