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Whats On My Phone – Apps Games for Android iOS Metal Jesus: Metal Jesus here, and Im back again with another article, this time talking about, what is on my phone? Now, this is an iPhone here. However, each one of these apps and games is also available on Android. Lets take a look. To start off with, were going to talk about an app called OfferUp.

This is a Craigslist competitor. But whats really cool about it is that it is completely designed for mobile phones. Now, what I mean by that is that this app is not some website that theyre trying to shoehorn into a small screen. No, its designed to be used anywhere you are at any moment. Snap a photo, and youre ready to rock and roll.

Youre ready to sell something or potentially buy something or communicate with a buyer or seller. Its all right built into your phone, and its awesome. As you see here, depending on what youre interested in, you can browse a bunch of different categories.

So you can go into music or beauty and health or even article games, lots and lots of article games. One of the really cool things about this is that you can set the area that you want to search. And so it can be a living thing. So for instance, if you go on vacation or perhaps you travel a lot and you go to a different city, you can literally just dial in as much or as little of the surrounding area that you want to search.

So why dont we try it. What can I sell? Well, I got to be honest. I dont really need a razor anymore, growing out the facial hair. So here, lets take a quick photo of my used razor here.

And then lets see here, okay, yeah. So its a used razor. And, yes, my loss is somebody elses gain. And lets put it at a dollar.

All right, its live. Now, lets see if anybody bites. So this app is definitely starting to catch fire, especially around my area. Lots of people are starting to talk about it. Lots of people are using it.

I would say almost as many people are using this now as Craigslist. So depending on your area, you may get different results. But the good news is its completely free for the time being.

So definitely check it out. Many of you come to my channel looking for game recommendations. Well, I have been playing Inferno and Inferno 2. These are really fun twin stick shooters that I guess mix up a little bit of maybe Smash TV feel with geometry wars and a full-blown RPG. This is awesome.

Now, the thing about gaming on a mobile phone is all about the controls. And thankfully, this game controls really well. Theres not a lot of frustration here.

And theres also some serious precision. The controls feel just right. And its a good thing too, because this game gets hectic quick. But like I mentioned earlier, one of my favorite aspects of this is that there is full-blown RPG in here. You can upgrade a ton of stuff based on the XP that you gather while youre blowing all this stuff up.

So you can upgrade your missiles, your shields, your power. Theres just a ton of optimization here. And just look at those visuals. I love that vector-based graphics style. It just got this really cool old school vibe to it.

But the game feels new and fresh. As a matter a fact, I love it so much, I actually beat the first one, and then I went on and bought the second, and Im working my way through that one. So lots of challenge here if youre looking for it, but you can also dial it back if youre more of a casual player. Definitely, check out the Inferno series. Heres an app.

Im not even sure how I lived without it before because Im such a big music fan. And I love seeing bands play live. But often, I dont hear about whos coming. Or even like tonight, its like, whos playing tonight? I have no idea.

Im so out of touch. Well, Bandsintown is the app for me and you if you like live music. The first thing that the app does is scans your phone for all the albums and songs that youve been listening to recently and then builds a profile based on that. And it does this because it wants to give you recommendations. Now, you have total control over that.

So for instance, you can say, No, I only want to track these particular artists. Or you can get recommendations, which is what I really like. And you can really dial that in because sometimes you get more pop or you might get country.

But for the most part, I get a lot of rock and metal. And its pretty smart. It seems to do a really good job.

But theres other times where I just want to know, whos playing tonight in Seattle? And its really cool to hit that button and just scroll through. And honestly, Im often amazed. Im like I see all these bands that I havent thought about in years and be like Oh yeah! Theyre still touring.

Or Theyre going to be playing this Thursday or something like that. Its definitely really cool if youre into live music. Heres a pretty unique game that is unlike anything Ive ever played before called Dark Echo. Basically, this is a survival horror game where literally you cant see anything but the audio thats around you.

And its represented graphically in a really interesting kind of way. For instance, you can stomp your feet and the audio waves will echo around the room to give you a sense of just how big it is and also maybe where some doors or corridors are. But this is a survival horror game and something wants to hurt you badly. And its cool because its represented with red.

And you dont know exactly what it is. It just sounds terrifying. Theres other ambient noises as well that really feed into this atmosphere of dread and just fear.

This is a weird scary game. Youll quietly hear like a drop of water somewhere down a corridor or maybe youll hear another person walking. But again, youre not sure what theyre doing, whether theyre good or bad.

Youll hear maybe people getting hurt or all this other weird stuff. Its definitely an awesome game you want to play with headphones and just get lost in it. Well, should we see if anyone is interested in my razor? Okay, lets see here.

Ooh, okay, two responses. Tiffany wrote a message. All right, lets check out what Tiffany says: You should throw that away and not waist, waste, peoples time on OfferUp with a used razor. That is a hygiene product and not healthy to be shared.

Furthermore, if health conditions are passed from one person to another, it could be a criminal offense. This is not a funny post. Ill agree with her there.

Its not really that funny. Kind of is, but oh well. Sorry, Tiffany, that I offended you. Lets see what Jacob has to say here.

So Jacob, Is it autographed? Ah, a fan. Lately, I have been obsessed with a 2D platformer called Magic Rampage. And I know theres a lot of these in the app stores that are out there for these smartphones. But honestly, this is one of the best ones.

So first off, its free. So just download it and try it if you are into these kind of games. But what makes it really special is the graphics.

The graphics are really great, very crisp. And then also the controls. Again, this is a 2D platformer, and the controls really matter, and they nailed it.

The other thing I like is that its also part RPG as many of these games are. But this one does it really smartly because youre going to be doing a lot of loot-collecting here. Get all sorts of equipment and rings to wear and then also weapons.

But those weapons and that armor and those rings have an elemental aspect to them. And unlike other games, youre going to be swapping out quite a bit here. For instance, in some levels, you can play through them and maybe complete the level, but itll tell you that you havent unlocked or found everything.

And thats because you didnt put on the suit that allows you to jump really high and get to areas of the level that you couldnt otherwise reach. Also, youll meet certain enemies that might be taken down quicker if you had the right weapon. There are some in-app purchases that are available to you. But honestly, you dont need to do that because I found that, one, the game gives you a lot of gold.

But if you find yourself wanting that little extra piece of equipment or something like that, you might be tempted like I was to spend a buck or two and be able to do that quickly. Either way, its a fantastic game, and I highly recommend it. Im an old school guy. I like my physical vinyl records.

I also have a bunch of CDs. And for many years, I resisted this digital online revolution that was happening with streaming over the Internet, streaming music and stuff. And so I actually came to Spotify fairly late. But Im so glad I did because the service rocks. The big thing for me is that I can listen to whatever I want at the exact moment that I want to.

Unlike services like Pandora where youll type in a song and maybe itll play that one but usually its going to play something similar because of licensing or whatever, Spotify allows you to listen to the exact song or album right there. Its just all available to you. Also, their catalog of music is really impressive.

The majority of albums and artists that you are into are probably already on Spotify but, more than that, even their new albums. So when an album comes out on a Tuesday, its usually available here. So again, you dont actually have to buy albums anymore. Its right on Spotify. Also, if you upgrade your account, you dont have to listen to ads.

And as a little bonus, you can download the music straight to your smartphone. That is perfect if you are in an area that doesnt have great cell phone service. So that is just some of the apps and games Ive been using lately on my phone. But Id love to know what you guys are using on your phones because it seems to change every week. So much comes out and its so easy to miss stuff.

So please post a comment down below. As always, I want to thank you for watching my channel, and thanks for subscribing. Take care.

Mrs. Metal Jesus: Hey, its Mrs. Metal Jesus here. If you want to see even more articles, go to metaljesusrocks.com.

Its got his entire catalog, swag, Facebook and Twitter links. Plus, we got live footage of our band playing, including me on drums. So check it out, bitches. Whats On My Phone – Apps Games for Android iOS Metal Jesus: Metal Jesus here, and Im back again with another article, this time talking about, what is on my phone? Now, this is an iPhone here.

However, each one of these apps and games is also available on Android. Lets take a look. To start off with, were going to talk about an app called OfferUp.

This is a Craigslist competitor. But whats really cool about it is that it is completely designed for mobile phones. Now, what I mean by that is that this app is not some website that theyre trying to shoehorn into a small screen. No, its designed to be used anywhere you are at any moment. Snap a photo, and youre ready to rock and roll.

Youre ready to sell something or potentially buy something or communicate with a buyer or seller. Its all right built into your phone, and its awesome. As you see here, depending on what youre interested in, you can browse a bunch of different categories. So you can go into music or beauty and health or even article games, lots and lots of article games.

One of the really cool things about this is that you can set the area that you want to search. And so it can be a living thing. So for instance, if you go on vacation or perhaps you travel a lot and you go to a different city, you can literally just dial in as much or as little of the surrounding area that you want to search. So why dont we try it. What can I sell?

Well, I got to be honest. I dont really need a razor anymore, growing out the facial hair. So here, lets take a quick photo of my used razor here.

And then lets see here, okay, yeah. So its a used razor. And, yes, my loss is somebody elses gain.

And lets put it at a dollar. All right, its live. Now, lets see if anybody bites. So this app is definitely starting to catch fire, especially around my area. Lots of people are starting to talk about it.

Lots of people are using it. I would say almost as many people are using this now as Craigslist. So depending on your area, you may get different results. But the good news is its completely free for the time being. So definitely check it out.

Many of you come to my channel looking for game recommendations. Well, I have been playing Inferno and Inferno 2. These are really fun twin stick shooters that I guess mix up a little bit of maybe Smash TV feel with geometry wars and a full-blown RPG. This is awesome.

Now, the thing about gaming on a mobile phone is all about the controls. And thankfully, this game controls really well. Theres not a lot of frustration here. And theres also some serious precision.

The controls feel just right. And its a good thing too, because this game gets hectic quick. But like I mentioned earlier, one of my favorite aspects of this is that there is full-blown RPG in here. You can upgrade a ton of stuff based on the XP that you gather while youre blowing all this stuff up. So you can upgrade your missiles, your shields, your power.

Theres just a ton of optimization here. And just look at those visuals. I love that vector-based graphics style.

It just got this really cool old school vibe to it. But the game feels new and fresh. As a matter a fact, I love it so much, I actually beat the first one, and then I went on and bought the second, and Im working my way through that one. So lots of challenge here if youre looking for it, but you can also dial it back if youre more of a casual player.

Definitely, check out the Inferno series. Heres an app. Im not even sure how I lived without it before because Im such a big music fan. And I love seeing bands play live.

But often, I dont hear about whos coming. Or even like tonight, its like, whos playing tonight? I have no idea. Im so out of touch. Well, Bandsintown is the app for me and you if you like live music.

The first thing that the app does is scans your phone for all the albums and songs that youve been listening to recently and then builds a profile based on that. And it does this because it wants to give you recommendations. Now, you have total control over that. So for instance, you can say, No, I only want to track these particular artists.

Or you can get recommendations, which is what I really like. And you can really dial that in because sometimes you get more pop or you might get country. But for the most part, I get a lot of rock and metal.

And its pretty smart. It seems to do a really good job. But theres other times where I just want to know, whos playing tonight in Seattle? And its really cool to hit that button and just scroll through.

And honestly, Im often amazed. Im like I see all these bands that I havent thought about in years and be like Oh yeah! Theyre still touring. Or Theyre going to be playing this Thursday or something like that.

Its definitely really cool if youre into live music. Heres a pretty unique game that is unlike anything Ive ever played before called Dark Echo. Basically, this is a survival horror game where literally you cant see anything but the audio thats around you. And its represented graphically in a really interesting kind of way.

For instance, you can stomp your feet and the audio waves will echo around the room to give you a sense of just how big it is and also maybe where some doors or corridors are. But this is a survival horror game and something wants to hurt you badly. And its cool because its represented with red. And you dont know exactly what it is.

It just sounds terrifying. Theres other ambient noises as well that really feed into this atmosphere of dread and just fear. This is a weird scary game. Youll quietly hear like a drop of water somewhere down a corridor or maybe youll hear another person walking. But again, youre not sure what theyre doing, whether theyre good or bad.

Youll hear maybe people getting hurt or all this other weird stuff. Its definitely an awesome game you want to play with headphones and just get lost in it. Well, should we see if anyone is interested in my razor? Okay, lets see here.

Ooh, okay, two responses. Tiffany wrote a message. All right, lets check out what Tiffany says: You should throw that away and not waist, waste, peoples time on OfferUp with a used razor. That is a hygiene product and not healthy to be shared.

Furthermore, if health conditions are passed from one person to another, it could be a criminal offense. This is not a funny post. Ill agree with her there. Its not really that funny.

Kind of is, but oh well. Sorry, Tiffany, that I offended you. Lets see what Jacob has to say here. So Jacob, Is it autographed?

Ah, a fan. Lately, I have been obsessed with a 2D platformer called Magic Rampage. And I know theres a lot of these in the app stores that are out there for these smartphones. But honestly, this is one of the best ones.

So first off, its free. So just download it and try it if you are into these kind of games. But what makes it really special is the graphics. The graphics are really great, very crisp. And then also the controls.

Again, this is a 2D platformer, and the controls really matter, and they nailed it. The other thing I like is that its also part RPG as many of these games are. But this one does it really smartly because youre going to be doing a lot of loot-collecting here. Get all sorts of equipment and rings to wear and then also weapons.

But those weapons and that armor and those rings have an elemental aspect to them. And unlike other games, youre going to be swapping out quite a bit here. For instance, in some levels, you can play through them and maybe complete the level, but itll tell you that you havent unlocked or found everything. And thats because you didnt put on the suit that allows you to jump really high and get to areas of the level that you couldnt otherwise reach.

Also, youll meet certain enemies that might be taken down quicker if you had the right weapon. There are some in-app purchases that are available to you. But honestly, you dont need to do that because I found that, one, the game gives you a lot of gold. But if you find yourself wanting that little extra piece of equipment or something like that, you might be tempted like I was to spend a buck or two and be able to do that quickly.

Either way, its a fantastic game, and I highly recommend it. Im an old school guy. I like my physical vinyl records. I also have a bunch of CDs.

And for many years, I resisted this digital online revolution that was happening with streaming over the Internet, streaming music and stuff. And so I actually came to Spotify fairly late. But Im so glad I did because the service rocks. The big thing for me is that I can listen to whatever I want at the exact moment that I want to. Unlike services like Pandora where youll type in a song and maybe itll play that one but usually its going to play something similar because of licensing or whatever, Spotify allows you to listen to the exact song or album right there.

Its just all available to you. Also, their catalog of music is really impressive. The majority of albums and artists that you are into are probably already on Spotify but, more than that, even their new albums. So when an album comes out on a Tuesday, its usually available here.

So again, you dont actually have to buy albums anymore. Its right on Spotify. Also, if you upgrade your account, you dont have to listen to ads. And as a little bonus, you can download the music straight to your smartphone. That is perfect if you are in an area that doesnt have great cell phone service.

So that is just some of the apps and games Ive been using lately on my phone. But Id love to know what you guys are using on your phones because it seems to change every week. So much comes out and its so easy to miss stuff. So please post a comment down below.

As always, I want to thank you for watching my channel, and thanks for subscribing. Take care. Mrs. Metal Jesus: Hey, its Mrs. Metal Jesus here.

If you want to see even more articles, go to metaljesusrocks.com. Its got his entire catalog, swag, Facebook and Twitter links. Plus, we got live footage of our band playing, including me on drums. So check it out, bitches.

Whats On My Phone – Apps Games for Android iOS Metal Jesus: Metal Jesus here, and Im back again with another article, this time talking about, what is on my phone? Now, this is an iPhone here. However, each one of these apps and games is also available on Android.

Lets take a look. To start off with, were going to talk about an app called OfferUp. This is a Craigslist competitor. But whats really cool about it is that it is completely designed for mobile phones. Now, what I mean by that is that this app is not some website that theyre trying to shoehorn into a small screen.

No, its designed to be used anywhere you are at any moment. Snap a photo, and youre ready to rock and roll. Youre ready to sell something or potentially buy something or communicate with a buyer or seller. Its all right built into your phone, and its awesome.

As you see here, depending on what youre interested in, you can browse a bunch of different categories. So you can go into music or beauty and health or even article games, lots and lots of article games. One of the really cool things about this is that you can set the area that you want to search.

And so it can be a living thing. So for instance, if you go on vacation or perhaps you travel a lot and you go to a different city, you can literally just dial in as much or as little of the surrounding area that you want to search. So why dont we try it.

What can I sell? Well, I got to be honest. I dont really need a razor anymore, growing out the facial hair.

So here, lets take a quick photo of my used razor here. And then lets see here, okay, yeah. So its a used razor. And, yes, my loss is somebody elses gain. And lets put it at a dollar.

All right, its live. Now, lets see if anybody bites. So this app is definitely starting to catch fire, especially around my area. Lots of people are starting to talk about it.

Lots of people are using it. I would say almost as many people are using this now as Craigslist. So depending on your area, you may get different results. But the good news is its completely free for the time being. So definitely check it out.

Many of you come to my channel looking for game recommendations. Well, I have been playing Inferno and Inferno 2. These are really fun twin stick shooters that I guess mix up a little bit of maybe Smash TV feel with geometry wars and a full-blown RPG. This is awesome. Now, the thing about gaming on a mobile phone is all about the controls.

And thankfully, this game controls really well. Theres not a lot of frustration here. And theres also some serious precision. The controls feel just right.

And its a good thing too, because this game gets hectic quick. But like I mentioned earlier, one of my favorite aspects of this is that there is full-blown RPG in here. You can upgrade a ton of stuff based on the XP that you gather while youre blowing all this stuff up. So you can upgrade your missiles, your shields, your power.

Theres just a ton of optimization here. And just look at those visuals. I love that vector-based graphics style. It just got this really cool old school vibe to it. But the game feels new and fresh.

As a matter a fact, I love it so much, I actually beat the first one, and then I went on and bought the second, and Im working my way through that one. So lots of challenge here if youre looking for it, but you can also dial it back if youre more of a casual player. Definitely, check out the Inferno series.

Heres an app. Im not even sure how I lived without it before because Im such a big music fan. And I love seeing bands play live. But often, I dont hear about whos coming.

Or even like tonight, its like, whos playing tonight? I have no idea. Im so out of touch.

Well, Bandsintown is the app for me and you if you like live music. The first thing that the app does is scans your phone for all the albums and songs that youve been listening to recently and then builds a profile based on that. And it does this because it wants to give you recommendations.

Now, you have total control over that. So for instance, you can say, No, I only want to track these particular artists. Or you can get recommendations, which is what I really like.

And you can really dial that in because sometimes you get more pop or you might get country. But for the most part, I get a lot of rock and metal. And its pretty smart. It seems to do a really good job. But theres other times where I just want to know, whos playing tonight in Seattle?

And its really cool to hit that button and just scroll through. And honestly, Im often amazed. Im like I see all these bands that I havent thought about in years and be like Oh yeah! Theyre still touring. Or Theyre going to be playing this Thursday or something like that.

Its definitely really cool if youre into live music. Heres a pretty unique game that is unlike anything Ive ever played before called Dark Echo. Basically, this is a survival horror game where literally you cant see anything but the audio thats around you.

And its represented graphically in a really interesting kind of way. For instance, you can stomp your feet and the audio waves will echo around the room to give you a sense of just how big it is and also maybe where some doors or corridors are. But this is a survival horror game and something wants to hurt you badly.

And its cool because its represented with red. And you dont know exactly what it is. It just sounds terrifying. Theres other ambient noises as well that really feed into this atmosphere of dread and just fear. This is a weird scary game.

Youll quietly hear like a drop of water somewhere down a corridor or maybe youll hear another person walking. But again, youre not sure what theyre doing, whether theyre good or bad. Youll hear maybe people getting hurt or all this other weird stuff. Its definitely an awesome game you want to play with headphones and just get lost in it. Well, should we see if anyone is interested in my razor?

Okay, lets see here. Ooh, okay, two responses. Tiffany wrote a message. All right, lets check out what Tiffany says: You should throw that away and not waist, waste, peoples time on OfferUp with a used razor. That is a hygiene product and not healthy to be shared.

Furthermore, if health conditions are passed from one person to another, it could be a criminal offense. This is not a funny post. Ill agree with her there.

Its not really that funny. Kind of is, but oh well. Sorry, Tiffany, that I offended you. Lets see what Jacob has to say here.

So Jacob, Is it autographed? Ah, a fan. Lately, I have been obsessed with a 2D platformer called Magic Rampage. And I know theres a lot of these in the app stores that are out there for these smartphones.

But honestly, this is one of the best ones. So first off, its free. So just download it and try it if you are into these kind of games.

But what makes it really special is the graphics. The graphics are really great, very crisp. And then also the controls.

Again, this is a 2D platformer, and the controls really matter, and they nailed it. The other thing I like is that its also part RPG as many of these games are. But this one does it really smartly because youre going to be doing a lot of loot-collecting here. Get all sorts of equipment and rings to wear and then also weapons.

But those weapons and that armor and those rings have an elemental aspect to them. And unlike other games, youre going to be swapping out quite a bit here. For instance, in some levels, you can play through them and maybe complete the level, but itll tell you that you havent unlocked or found everything. And thats because you didnt put on the suit that allows you to jump really high and get to areas of the level that you couldnt otherwise reach.

Also, youll meet certain enemies that might be taken down quicker if you had the right weapon. There are some in-app purchases that are available to you. But honestly, you dont need to do that because I found that, one, the game gives you a lot of gold. But if you find yourself wanting that little extra piece of equipment or something like that, you might be tempted like I was to spend a buck or two and be able to do that quickly.

Either way, its a fantastic game, and I highly recommend it. Im an old school guy. I like my physical vinyl records.

I also have a bunch of CDs. And for many years, I resisted this digital online revolution that was happening with streaming over the Internet, streaming music and stuff. And so I actually came to Spotify fairly late.

But Im so glad I did because the service rocks. The big thing for me is that I can listen to whatever I want at the exact moment that I want to. Unlike services like Pandora where youll type in a song and maybe itll play that one but usually its going to play something similar because of licensing or whatever, Spotify allows you to listen to the exact song or album right there.

Its just all available to you. Also, their catalog of music is really impressive. The majority of albums and artists that you are into are probably already on Spotify but, more than that, even their new albums. So when an album comes out on a Tuesday, its usually available here.

So again, you dont actually have to buy albums anymore. Its right on Spotify. Also, if you upgrade your account, you dont have to listen to ads. And as a little bonus, you can download the music straight to your smartphone.

That is perfect if you are in an area that doesnt have great cell phone service. So that is just some of the apps and games Ive been using lately on my phone. But Id love to know what you guys are using on your phones because it seems to change every week.

So much comes out and its so easy to miss stuff. So please post a comment down below. As always, I want to thank you for watching my channel, and thanks for subscribing. Take care.

Mrs. Metal Jesus: Hey, its Mrs. Metal Jesus here.

If you want to see even more articles, go to metaljesusrocks.com. Its got his entire catalog, swag, Facebook and Twitter links. Plus, we got live footage of our band playing, including me on drums.

So check it out, bitches.

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