Happy New Year everyone! We at Kokstars are ringing in 2015 by sharing the games we are looking forward to with you.
Resident Evil: Revelations II
I never used to play horror games but I enjoy Resident Evil because we can play it co-op. Chronologically this game takes place between Resident Evil 5 and 6. I still won’t watch zombie movies (unless it’s like Zombieland) but now I like playing zombie games because at least you can kill them.
Coming to PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in early 2015
Ok so now I’m up with my favourite five apps.
Where my family at?
1. Friend Locator by Life360 (or Family Locator)
It sounds a bit creepy, but with this app, you can keep track of others. The good thing is, however, that the other people need to first register, otherwise they cannot be tracked. They can then check in whenever they want and there are lots of settings that you can alter to make sure that your location is not constantly tracked. You can create ‘circles’ or groups of people who can all see each other and you can send messages to the other members as well. Another weird thing is that you can find any crimes/sexual criminals in the area – they show up as small dots. Interesting stuff and questionable, but still a useful app! You may want to turn off the email notifications though, as these can get a bit annoying.
Get it from the Play Store || Get it from the App Store
1. Album Art Grabber
I listen to a lot of music and having no album art is not fun, Album Art Grabber can go through your library and grab all the missing art or if you feel like it you can put your own images in. Continue reading
We’ve got a new series for you where we will tell you about our five favourite things. First up, it’s our five favourite apps, whether it’s for Android, iOS or Mac (or more than one). Enjoy!
Wunderlist is a very useful app that allows you to create and share lists, for example, shopping- or todo-lists. It works on Android, iOS and Mac. The best feature is, that everyone you share the list with can add items to it as well as “cross off” entries. Continue reading