Tag: application

Rise of the Triad: A review

I’m always looking for old-school games, like those from the 1990’s. Some examples would be Doom, Duke 3D, and Sonic the Hedgehog. An app that came to...

OmniFocus for iPad: “Mind Like Water” Digital Zen

Omnifocus for iPad offers a feature set that is simply unparalleled by other task management applications. With a beautiful interface that offers you a variety of choices for viewing your projects, Omnifocus gives you peace of mind, knowing that your responsibilities are all collected in one place.

Flipboard: A Review

As an iPad owner, I am always on the look out for interesting applications — be it a game, sudoku puzzle, e-reader, or social media...

New iLife Coming Soon? Let’s Hope So

The rumor mill is buzzing today about a possible next release of the iLife productivity suite. iLife 09, which includes iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, GarageBand, and...

Check-in everywhere at once with Footfeed

You socially savvy interweb users will undoubtedly love this. Let me guess, you probably have Foursquare, Gowalla, Brightkite and Facebook accounts. This means you enjoy...

MaxJournal: The Memory Keeper’s App

MaxJournal by Omaxmedia is a journaling app for the iPad ($2.99). It offers several useful features in a beautiful, uncluttered interface. More importantly, it is a safe place to store your memories, offering passcode protection, several exporting options, and a backup method using Apple's file sharing via iTunes.

iMovie for iPhone 4 updated to 1.0.1

Apple has released version 1.0.1 of iMovie for iPhone. While this only affects the potential 1.7 million (probably closer to 2 or 2.5 million) iPhone...

Apple updates iBooks with some new features

Apple has updated its iBooks applications. At its annual World Wide Developer’s Conference, Apple has announced some new features to its iBooks application that more...

Dash of Color adds a Dash of Suck to your iPhone photography – an app review

Last time I reviewed a niche photo-editing app for the iPhone, I went in not expecting too much out of it and was pleasantly surprised...

Divvy: Workspace manager

Divvy 1.0 from Mizage is a menubar app that will automatically resize any active window. It appeared on Apple’s download page on May 10th in...

Big Numbers for the Wall Street Journal iPad Application

Personally, I wasn’t sure how well the Wall Street Journal subscription would do on the iPad. I’m completely surprised that they received an astounding amount...

Taska for iPhone and iPad: Task Management with Simplicity and Style

If you are looking for an elegant solution for your task management needs, Taska is an excellent option for both iPhone and iPad. It is reasonably priced, boasts a beautiful UI, offers powerful features, and is being actively developed. Taska has the potential to become one of the best task managers available for the iPhone and iPad.

Genealogy on your Mac: Reunion 9

I am a huge genealogy nut. I spend a couple hours a week researching, and adding to my family tree. I figured that there must...

Apple is working on an e-ticketing system

Having a mobile device that’s as widely adopted as an iPhone gives a company some wiggle room for introducing innovative concepts that would otherwise be...

My Brute: Fighting without fighting?

My Brute, from Bulkypix, is a martial-arts combat game… sort of. Don’t expect to memorize complex multitouch gestures and combo moves—that’s not what My Brute...

Rucksack: A modern unarchiving utility.

There’s a slew of unzipping and archiving tools on the Mac. Most people have come into contact with Stuffit, and they either love it or...

Sushipedia: You don’t need to be a sushi newb

I’ll admit it, I’m a huge Sushi newb. I’ve only had Sushi twice in my entire life. Once was on a trip to Vancouver, and...

iDocument: Why manage your documents manually?

It’s 2010, and for some reason we’re still relying on paper trails and paper bills instead of taking advantage of the digital age. Part of...