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Archive for July, 2009

GunSmoke 2.0 iTunes Cards GIVEAWAY

Posted by Logan on July 24, 2009


To Celebrate the Launch of Gun Smoke 2.0, and my website hitting 50K Views, I am giving away 3 iTunes Giftcards(10$). 3 Lucky winners will receive a 10$ iTunes giftcard in celebration of Gun Smoke 2.0. Heres how to enter:

  • Buy Gunsmoke In the App Store right now. (On sale for 99 Cents hurry).
  • Re-Tweet the following message on twitter(Not Needed, but it does count as another entry): ..@AppInsanity is giving away 3 10$ iTunes giftcards To Celebrate the launch of gunsmoke 2.0, and 50k Views! RT
  • Comment on this post like this: GS20- Your comment
  • Enter up to 25 times per day (Maxium 700{Twitter and comments combined :P) Entries per person)
  • Write an iTunes review on GunSmoke to get it into the top 25! (Not Needed to be entered but it would be nice :D)
  • Report back here on August 7th, 2009 to see if you won!
  • You must be following me on twitter. Click here.

Heres how its gonna go/work:

I put all of your comment numbers in a word document when the contest ends. I will then go to and choose 3 random numbers between 0 and however many comments I get. If you retweeted the message on twitter(Read how to enter), then you get the number after your last comment as well. Ex: Say you commented on this post for the first second third and fourth comments, and you retweeted the message twice throughout your time line. Well, you also get numbers five, and six. So if the generator picks number six, you win. Understand?

Good luck, and remember, you must buy GunSmoke in itunes. Dont worry, its worth the money.

Note: If you dont have the iTunes money right now, and you do win, please buy the app to show your support for Appinsanity, and Hypertron.

Peace, and once again Goodluck!

Remember, If you enter in both ways, please leave your twitter in the comments box along with your comment. Like this: GS20- Your comment @Twitter username


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Incase Slider Black iPhone/iPod Touch (2G) Case Review

Posted by Logan on July 14, 2009

Incase Slider Case For the iPhone 3G:

Incase Slider 3G - 26

Price: 34.99

Protection: 4/5 Stars

Looks: 5/5 Stars

Case Quality: 4/5 Stars

Overall: 4/5 Stars

Accessories in box: None

Maker: Incase


The Incase Slider for the iPhone 3g and iPod touch (2G) is the perfect case for any iDevice user. Hence the name, the case is in two pieces, and you simply slide them together around your device to protect it. Its as easy as that. Now lets get into the pros and cons.

Scuffs, scratches, and oils.

The Incase Slider does a great job of keeping your phone from getting scuffs, scratches and oils on it, but the case itself picks them up quite easily.


Dropping the Incase slider on hard pavement, will pretty much tear away the rubber coating on the outside of the case(Silicone feeling), making it look rustic and ugly. It actually starts to make your 35$ case have little, rough, white spots on it, which is unreasonable for a case that costs so much money.


The smooth plastic picks up scratches as easy as you dragging your finger nail down it. This could cause scratches on your phone, but so far, none have appeared on mine.



This is a major problem with the incase slider. Oils show up like crazy. It doesnt harm the phone, but it makes the case gross looking and very slippery.



The Camera hole on this case is cut perfectly. You will NEVER have any black showing up in your photos, or anything thats a part of the case showing up when taking a photo.

Access to all buttons(USB, Volume rocker, Vibrate switch, Headphone Jack, Lock/Unlock Button).

Guard rails. Horrible. Do NOTHING. Too small. Could be a tad bit(Way) bigger.


Adds little bulk to phone. Comparison with an ipod touch(For thinness):


Over View:

This case is amazing, but is priced off of what it should be priced at. Its not me to decide these kind of things, but in my opinion, some spray painted plastic should not cost 35$. But then again, when you go with a company like Incase, everything is very pricy. I highly recommend this case if you have the money. They offer lots of different colors, but the black is the only kind with the silicone feeling plastic. All others such as the white, green and pink one are made of all smooth plastic such as found in the center of the case.

Visit Incase here:

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2XL Super Cross App Review

Posted by Logan on July 11, 2009


2XL Super Cross:

Price: 7.99$

Developer: 2XL Games

If you like dirtbikes, or even motor cycles, you will fall in love with this game at first site. 2XL Games did an amazing job at making the player feel like he or she was actually riding on a dirt bike, and racing other players around a highly detailed, and real looking track.

This games graphics will blow you away. It looks amazing, and it looks spectacular with the iphones screen.


When in a race, you simply press(and hold) the green button to go, and the red(and hold) to stop. When going over a jump or bump, you can press the spring to jump hire, and possibly get in the lead.


This game also allows you to choose from over 10 different bikes, and over 5 different players/characters.


With over 13 fun and great looking tracks, I havent seen one person that complains about how much the app costs.

Overall, this app is great, and I highly suggest it to anyone. If you have the 8$, spend it on this!

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My Battery Life App Review

Posted by Logan on July 11, 2009



Price: 99 Cents, on sale! (1.99 Usually)

Developer: Kevin Vanderlugt

MyBatteryLife is the perfect application to see how much talk, web surfing, web surfing on wifi, video playback, and audio playback time you have left, depending on your battery life that your phone has. As your battery life decreases, so does the giant blue battery, just so you can get a visual image into your head(:P). Displaying how much time you have in hours, and minutes, this app will let you plan out how to use you last 40% or 50% of your battery. There have been reports of this app actually draining your battery because of how often it checks it, but so far, I myself havent had any problems with it. It does what it says, and it has a fair price tag, even when its not on sale.


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