Presenters owe it to themselves to check out Presentation Pointer since it's one of the most flexible and easy-to-use presentation tools we've seen. With a few easy, closely-matched keystrokes, you can toggle your cursor into an enlarged pointer, highlight, or spotlight effect; draw on the screen; zoom in and out; and perform other effective, easy-to-remember enhancements. That's key, as anyone who has stood in front of an audience can attest: It's a bad time to get muddled. Presentation Pointer takes that into consideration with several easy-to-find access points, but even more so by grouping commands. For … Read more
Are you breezing through the Sudoku game in your daily paper? This fun, free app gives you thousands of challenging Sudoku puzzles in the palm of your hand. Andoku Sudoku will keep you occupied with sliding difficultly, multiple play options and very fast performance.
Despite having approximately 5,000 different puzzles, the app only takes up about 2MB on your phone. It achieves that by having a very simple, clean layout that focuses strictly on the game. This light layout is still pleasing to the eye; you'll never have to search for the right buttons and you can examine … Read more
Tournament Strategy and Odds Calculator provides a helpful tool for figuring out your odds of success in a Texas Hold-em game. While the calculator is a great learning tool, the program falls flat in other departments.
The program's interface initially felt welcoming, with a few simple command options and in-depth instructions in the Help file. However, we were turned off when we couldn't join a poker game immediately. The program claimed it was "Searching for a Game," though it quickly became obvious we would need a Free License to play. However, the only way to get … Read more