updated 09:30 am EDT, Sat October 19, 2013
RingMeMaybe app's disposable phone numbers ideal for dating, Craigslist
Mobile developers yourVirtualSIM has announced the release of its app RingMeMaybe, a program able to generate disposable US phone numbers for iOS devices. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, users can access unlimited numbers for anonymous communication, removing the need to publicly reveal primary phone numbers. Utilizing VoIP technology, anyone requiring temporary numbers -- such as those who may be casually dating, or buying and selling on Craigslist -- can do so for a flat rate of 99 cents per virtual number (the equivalent of '10 credits'). Each number can be generated within seconds, and remains attached to your primary number for one week, but can be extended with the addition of more credits. RingMeMaybe's VoIP feature also provides unlimited calling service for no additional fee. Users receive 20 free credits with their download, equating to two virtual phone numbers. RingMeMaybe is available from the App Store as a free download.
First ever free-to-play Dungeons & Dragons mobile game launches
DeNA, in partnership with Wizards of the Coast, has launched the first-ever free-to-play mobile Dungeons & Dragons game, titled Arena of War. Available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android compatibility, players can engage in role-playing through an adventure through the "Forgotten Realms", conquering bosses and enemies. Player's warriors can be customized with hundreds of powers that can be upgrade and combined. Dungeons & Dragons' Arena of War can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play.