Tag: application

Screw the weatherman, get a forecast from your neighbors with Weddar

Weather reports don’t exactly leave the population polarized. Everyone pretty much agrees that the local weatherman is rolling the dice before best-guesstimating what the forecast...

A love letter to Tweetbot

I had been waiting for this Tweetbot for over a year. Seriously. Back on March 12th, 2010, Tapbots posted on their blog that they were...

Twitter suspends UberMedia clients UberTwitter and Twidroyd

Details are still very murky, but Twitter has revoked access for two third party Twitter clients owned by UberMedia, UberTwitter and Twidroyd. UberMedia owns several...

Weather HD: Finally, beautiful weather for iOS

Ever since purchasing my first iPhone, I’ve relentlessly searched for the best and brightest of third-party applications to supplement the utility and enjoyment an iPhone...

Kosmo Spin: Intergalactic breakfast & other silliness

Strange but Good With literally tens of thousands of games crowding the App Store, iOS developers face the increasingly difficult challenge of creating games that...

Quick App: Salling Media Sync – for Mac to Android

I switched from my iPhone to an HTC Evo 4G on release day back in June. One of the first things I missed was a...

Notificant: Like a digital string around your finger

If you need a reminder now and then, and if you want your reminders to appear across all your Macs and (soon) your iOS devices, then give Notificant a try. It's like a digital string around your finger.

A Magic Mouse with display? No thanks.

According to PatentlyApple.com, in a new patent application released on January 20, 2011, Apple is looking to patent the addition of a touch display on...

Switch, an iPad browser for multiple users

If you have ever passed your iPad to other people, you know it feels like dropping the privacy curtain. Your personal email, Twitter and photos...

Apple files patent for social networking/shopping app

Today, the United States’ Patent & Trademark Office filed a patent application from Apple. It details an application shoppers can use to communicate with friends...

Chronories: A daily diary and logging system for your Mac

Chronories is not just a diary application for your Mac. It is a living time capsule that helps you monitor your life in the present and preserve your memories for the future.

Wallet Dilemma converts credit card currency for you

It’s common sense to carry a credit card during trips abroad. Cash can be easily stolen, while canceling a credit card only requires a simple...

Listen to the radio on your iPhone with TuneIn Radio: A review

Do you like listening to the radio? Thanks to TuneIn Radio by Synsion Radio Technologies, you can now do that with any of your iOS devices....

Slingbox Mobile for iPad coming soon

If you’re a fan of television and you’re a techie, then you know about Slingbox and the SlingPlayer line of products. In a nutshell —...

Lonely Planet City Guide Paris

Preparing for a trip with my wife to Paris, I downloaded the Lonely Planet City Guide Paris. The “Offline Maps” feature caught my attention, but...

Noterize: The all-in-one note-taking and annotation system for iPad

Noterize is a sophisticated application for note-taking, annotating PDFs and Powerpoint slides, recording lectures, and sharing. With multiple mark-up options, webpage and websnap insertion, numerous import and export options, and extensive in-app help, Noterize offers users incredible functionality with a beautiful and easy-to-understand interface.

CourseNotes for iPad

CourseNotes offers students an excellent note-taking platform. Its special features, like premium content, subject lexicons and Facebook sharing, make it stand out from the increasingly crowded field of note-taking applications. Its beautiful user interface (and gorgeous icon) make it a pleasure to use, and when you create note sessions from the main subject screen, the app gets out of the way and lets you focus on typing.

Touche: Can you kill flies with that newspaper killer?

I sing the praises of the iPad at every chance I get. It usually ends with a speech about the end of newspapers as we...