My Contacts Backup is the easiest way to backup and restore your contacts all from your phone without needing a computer or synchronization. You can backup all your contacts with a single touch and send them to yourself as a .vcf attachment via email.
My File Explorer lets you easily view, manage and store files on your iPhone, iPad, iPad mini or iPod touch. You can also easily transfer your Photos from your device to your PC/MAC via Wi-Fi Transfer option.
Easily track all your favorite TV Shows and discover new or popular ones with a clean & simple interface.
Turkish Checkers (also known as Dama) is a variant of draughts played in Turkey.
On an 8×8 board, 16 men are lined up on each side, in two rows, skipping the furthest back.
Batak is a variant of popular trick-taking card game Spades. Batak is also known by many other names, including Oh Hell!, Elevator (l’Ascenseur in France), Up and Down the River (in Australia and New Zealand) and 10 op en neer in the Netherlands.
Pişti (pronounced “pishti”) is a popular Turkish card game, using a standard 52 card pack. Cards are played to a central pile, which can be captured by matching the previous card played or playing a jack. Points are scored for certain captured cards.
Turkish King, is a trick-taking card game similar to Hearts and Barbu (popular in France) where four players take turns leading seven different sub-games (known as contracts) over the course of 20 deals.
Pis Yedili (Dirty Seven) is a shedding-type card game for two or more players, in which the object is to get rid of the cards in your hand onto a discard pile by matching the number or suit of the previous discard. Pis Yedili (“Dirty Seven”) is the Turkish version of Crazy Eights.
Okey is popular Turkish game of the Rummy family ( known as Rummikub ) played with a set of 106 tiles. The object is, by drawing and discarding tiles, to be the first to form a hand that consists entirely of sets of equal numbered tiles, and runs of consecutive tiles of the same colour.
Banko Okey is popular Turkish game of the Rummy family ( known as Rummikub ) played with a set of 106 tiles. The difference of Banko Okey than classic okey is in this variation the object is collecting more points than AI at the end of the game.
Okey 51 is an addicting board game of the Rummy family. Okey 51 is a dynamic and exciting variation of the classic Okey game. In this Okey version the object is moving group of tiles, the sum of which is greater than 51, from hand to the table. Additionally it is possible to add tiles one-by-one to the existing series on the table.
Okey 101 is a dynamic and exciting variation of the classic Okey game and very similar to Okey 51. In this Okey version the object is moving group of tiles, the sum of which is greater than 101, from hand to the table. Additionally it is possible to add tiles one-by-one to the existing series on the table.
My Voice Recorder is a very simple and easy to use audio recorder for the iPhone and iPad with great features.
Test and improve your English grammar and vocabulary with iPractise in a fun way. Playing is very easy. First, choose a level (Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced) depending on your English knowledge. Then, tap the correct answers for each question.