Apps & Games

5 Great iPhone Apps for Travel Bloggers

September 9, 2011
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People use their iPhones for many things; playing games when they’re bored, checking their Facebook and email, however, given that there are so many bloggers out there it’s surprising that many haven’t discovered the joys of blogging from their iPhone yet. Lending itself to being on the move, bloggers have a chance to report on […]

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How to Download Your Favorite Magazines on iPad?

July 19, 2011
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As we know that in today’s advanced world we can get any type of information quickly and we can also share it with our friends just by swiping our fingers on screen. People are saying that the trend of reading magazines will pass away and no one will ever want to read out-dated magazines anymore. […]

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Top 5 iPhone Apps for Christian Women

July 11, 2011
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Looking for cool iPhone apps that have a slight Christian bent to them and aimed at women? Below we highlight five cool iPhone apps for Christian women. Everything from fun silly apps to serious Bible loving happy apps. There really is an app for everything, so if our top picks don’t tickle your fancy, head straight […]

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Top 10 Sporting Apps for BlackBerry

July 3, 2011
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Having a BlackBerry is ideal for any sports fan because of all of the great sporting apps that are available to download for all cell phone plans. The BlackBerry app world has hundreds of great sporting apps to choose from, but there are 10 apps that every sports fan must have downloaded on to their […]

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Flixlab’s iPhone app makes video editing social – without actually editing

June 22, 2011
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Flixlab, a brand new iPhone application, is “social video & photo editing” without the need to actually edit anything, you can create and share great movies automatically, add transitions, titles, music etc., all with just a few taps on your iPhone display. The app basically works by sharing pictures and videos with your friends and […]

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Is the NYT iPad App Really Worth the Monthly Fee?

April 24, 2011
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It’s no doubt that the iPad is extremely popular. Like a notebook computer, it can access the Internet and run a wide variety of programs and applications. Its touch screen features are perfect for reading PDFs and other documents since the user can easily scroll up and down and zoom in to text in detail […]

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The Collection – a revolutionary trendy ‘appazine’ for iPad

April 18, 2011
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Have you ever thought about reading on your iPad the latest and hottest topics that only the top magazines can offer? The Collection Introducing the new iPad application called the “The Collection” – an appazine (a combination of app and magazine) – which was created to take journalistic apps to an entirely different new level. […]

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Home improvement – making it easy with mobile apps

April 13, 2011
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Just as rapid as the growth in sales of the iPhone (see How big a data plan do you really need for your iPhone, March 21 2011) has been the explosion in the number of apps you can download. From games and entertainment, through business productivity to planning your travel itinerary, the breadth of the […]

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Free Applications for iPhones

March 28, 2011
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Apple amazes everyone, mainly the gizmo freaks owing to its superb features and iphone apps which are fairly easy to install. The huge demand for the iPhones arises owing to its well integrated set of applications. The free iPhone applications can be found across wide categories namely news, entertainment, utilities and social networking etc. What […]

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7 iPad Apps That Can Save You Money

February 19, 2011
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Your iPad is capable of much more than gaming, browsing the web, checking email and staying up to date with everything on the social web. In fact, come to think of it, there’s not much that it can’t do – including helping you to stay on top of your personal finances. Hand picked from the […]

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Using Visual Similarity In Image Searching on Your Mac

February 2, 2011
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Some amazing developments in Mac software continue to come from both research centers and private developers. We are well aware of applications like Spring Cleaning from Smith Micro Software. This software will perform a large variety of functions, such as finding archives, disk images, empty folders, font files, superfluous help files, music, podcast and even […]

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RSS Beacon for iPad – Yet another RSS reader [Review]

November 15, 2010
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There’s a ton of RSS readers out there for iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad. RSS Beacon is somewhat just yet another RSS reader, but it has a few tricks up its sleeve. First of all, it has the social element, such as sharing to Twitter, e-mail etc., like most readers do nowadays, but […]

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Quick Tip: Free Mac data recovery software

November 9, 2010
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Just a quick tip for Mac users on how to recover deleted or lost data, such as pictures or documents. CleverFiles has just released Disk Drill, which is a new free Mac data recovery software. Disk Drill recovers damaged and deleted data from external or internal hard drives, memory cards, etc. and allows protecting data […]

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Free online game: “56 Sage Street” – can you make it?

October 8, 2010
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Barclays’ 56 Sage Street is a free online single-player game that aims to challenge players, especially those belonging to the younger generation, on how to manage money wisely. The story is about a dying millionaire, Mr. C, who resides at 56 Sage Street, hence the title of the game. Mr. C is searching for a […]

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5 iPhone apps that can save you money

October 3, 2010
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On June 11, 2007 Apple announced that the iPhone would support third party applications and since then, their rise has been phenomenal. As of July 2008, there were only 500 applications available from the Apple iStore but that number soon rapidly grew. As of this month, September 2010 there are over 250,000 apps in circulation […]

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Review: Rick Sammon’s 24/7 Photo Buffet [iPad]

August 30, 2010
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Like photography? Own an iPad or iPhone? Then you’re gonna want to check out Rick Sammon’s 24/7 Photo Buffet app. There’s both an iPad and an iPhone version out, the iPad version is $8.99 and iPhone version is $4.99 in the US iTunes Store. This review is based on the iPad version and if you […]

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How to Resize Your Photos Easily on Windows

August 23, 2010
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In recent years the cost of digital cameras, as well as digital camera memory chips, have been decreasing rather rapidly. These trends, along with increasing hard drive capacity, have paved the way for a situation in which individuals often store hundreds, if not thousands, of pictures on their computer. Now, in all honesty, transferring pictures […]

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10 Money Saving Android Apps

August 22, 2010
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Everyone is interested in saving money in the wake of the Great Recession of the last couple of years. The first step that must be taken in controlling one’s spending lies in keeping a tight reign on what the person currently has. Also, a log with all of the information on everything being spent is […]

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[Poll] Mashable: 10 Classic PC Games That Found New Life on the iPhone

August 22, 2010
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Mashable did a story yesterday about 10 classic PC games that found new life on the iPhone. For me, one of the problems with iPhone gaming is that most of the games quickly becomes bored to me. It’s not that I don’t WANT to play them, cause I really do, and I buy them as […]

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10 Best Apple iPad Travel Apps

August 15, 2010
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With over 200,000 available, there are iPhone apps for everything. There are apps for storage, organization, money, marketing, networking, business. cooking, fitness, and so much more. Many of these apps, or programs, are geared toward travelers; they perform some specialized function that can help globetrotters navigate their way through the world. The following list offers […]

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9 Best Android Apps for Writers

August 14, 2010
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If you’re like a lot of writers these days, you may have an Android phone. If so, which apps can help you be more productive? Here’s a list of the top 9 apps that will do just that. 1. Fbabble (Free) This nifty little app helps you stay connected with your friends on Facebook. It […]

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Recommended: Flipboard – iPad Social Media Magazine & RSS Feeds

July 22, 2010
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Robert Scoble (scobleizer) calls Flipboard a “killer app” for the iPad. I think killer app is relative. What may be a killer app for him and some thousands of other users, might be pretty boring to users like, say, my mum. Never the less, I gave Flipboard a chance, partly because it’s free and still […]

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iFlicks: Easy Video Conversion on Mac with Metadata Support [Review]

July 11, 2010
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iFlicks is a neat little application that I found while searching for an alternative to VideoMonkey which is still a bit too buggy for my taste. Basically, I’ve had it with the monkey and I wouldn’t mind paying a small fee for an app that just works. iFlicks is such an app. It was designed […]

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