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Mind Team - Fast Paced Multiplayer Brain Puzzles #20

by 2 Dan Good

Mind Team is a game designed to challenge you and sharpen your mind, do you...

Mind Team is a game designed to challenge you and sharpen your mind, do you have what it takes? Collect and upgrade dozens of challenge cards featuring the many types of brain challenges in Mind Team. Form your challenge deck and battle against the clock by completing your challenges as quickly as possible to regenerate the life of you and your teammates! The challenges become more difficult as time goes on, do you have what it takes to make it to the top? Mind Team has 30+ challenges that focus on different cognitive areas: MEMORY, REACTION, RHYTHM, REASONING, CONCENTRATION, MULTITASKING, COUNTING There are two main game types: SOLO and TEAM. In SOLO mode you play only the solo challenges in your deck and regenerate your own lives. In TEAM mode you play with 3 other players, and play both SOLO and TEAM challenges. Completing a challenge in TEAM mode will regenerate the life of a TEAMMATE, not yourself. Your team will also be required to complete TEAM CHALLENGES which require all teammates to complete A network connection is required Features: - Train by yourself with 'Solo Mode' - Train as a team with other players from around the world in 'Team Mode' - Earn chests to unlock rewards, collect new cards and upgrade existing ones. - Top the leaders each week to earn epic rewards. - Mix and match your challenge deck to your liking. Maybe you like MEMORY games more than REACTION games - Form a Team to share cards and build your very own training community - Complete your daily training for additional rewards - Communicate to your teammates by tapping on the screen Join our community to find others to play with:

16 Aug - 6 Sep

Android 4.0 - 9.0

Phone, Tablet

ColdSpotting - Updating to new iOS 13 Privacy guidelines that require Location Services to Display SSID(ie Wifi name).

by Show Blender LLC

We are working to make sure users understand an upcoming change in iOS Privacy Policies. During...

We are working to make sure users understand an upcoming change in iOS Privacy Policies. During Apple’s WWDC 2019 developer session 713 titled, “Advances in Networking” described how your wifi name(SSID) could be used to track your location, so now users must Opt-In to location services(when using the app) to get the SSID info. ColdSpotting will still work if you choose not to enable location services, but you can't see what network you are testing. If you choose not to Opt-in to that feature, you can always check your SSID by going to your wifi settings(although if you switch from one wifi to another, ColdSpotting can't detect which new network you joined). WWDC Video: Announced that in iOS 13 it will stop location tracking using your device’s SSID/BSSID using the CNCopyCurrentNetworkInfo API. Apple: "Starting with iOS 13, the CNCopyCurrentNetworkInfo API will no longer return valid Wi-Fi SSID and BSSID information. Instead, the information returned by default will be: SSID: “Wi-Fi” or “WLAN” (“WLAN” will be returned for the China SKU) BSSID: “00:00:00:00:00:00”" Developer Documentation: The requesting app must meet one of the following requirements: The app uses Core Location, and has the user’s authorization to use location information. The app uses the NEHotspotConfiguration API to configure the current Wi-Fi network. The app has active VPN configurations installed. An app that fails to meet any of the above requirements receives the following return value: An app linked against iOS 12 or earlier receives a dictionary with pseudo-values. In this case, the SSID is Wi-Fi (or WLAN in the China region), and the BSSID is 00:00:00:00:00:00. An app linked against iOS 13 or later receives NULL. Important To use this function, an app linked against iOS 12 or later must enable the Access WiFi Information capability in Xcode. For more information, see Access WiFi Information Entitlement. Calling this function without the entitlement always returns NULL when linked against iOS 12 or later. This function returns NULL for iPad apps running in macOS. With ColdSpotting, you can: Visualize the strength of your network across time and space. Find cold spots where your reception isn't well covered and maximize reception. Diagnose poor or intermittent network performance. Perform site surveys to ensure high-reliability. Test connections using real-world devices. Compare coverage across manufactures and product lines. How it works: We use ARKit, the Augmented Reality framework, provided by Apple, and optimized for their specific iOS hardware. When you tap the screen we take a snapshot of the Wireless Signal Strength at a specific location and draw a virtual box into the scene that is color coded to represent the relative strength of the Wifi in that exact spot(Green is Better, Red is Worse). By moving within a space, you can take samples at different spots to create a map of your network in 3-Dimensional space. App Instructions: Simply Tap your screen to test Strength in a specific location. A Box will appear at that location indicating the strength of your Wifi signal by it's color(Green is Better, Red is worse). By moving around and repeatedly placing multiple points in an area, you can diagnose Cold Spots in your coverage. Data Charges may apply.

16 Aug - 28 Aug

iOS 11.0 - 13.0 b

iPhone, iPad