Browsing: Apps

Apps – short for applications – are computer-based software programs that are used on desktop computers, mobile devices, and wearables.

App Review: Webr

Are you looking to create a quick, no hassle website? Try out Webr for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Webr…

Countdown to Black Friday

Last year, I wrote an article about my adventure on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, the biggest shopping day…

App Review: Summly

The news moves faster than the speed of light these days. With the world at our fingertips, sometimes the news…

App Review: Droplr

With cloud storage being such a popular trend it’s no surprise that there is yet another storage option available. Droplr…

Review: Tweetbot for Mac

Tweetbot was released for Mac today. We have been waiting patiently for its arrival and it is not disappointing. Our…

Passbook Part 1

Good evening, readers. Consider this the first entry in a series of entries that will describe my adventures using Passbook.…

Snapguide

I want to start this review by saying, I’m a fan of Pinterest. It’s a great social sharing concept and…

App Review: Ridejoy

Upon first discovering this app, I was taken aback. An app that helps you find people who are willing to…

App Review: Walk Score

Over the past few years, there has been a push in our area to increase physical activity and promote healthy…

Business or personal?

When I sat down to write my article tonight, I found myself asking a very intriguing question – business or…

App Review: Catch

In looking for new apps to try on my iPhone 5, I stumbled across Catch Notes. It’s optimized for iPhone…

iOS 6 Panorama

Apple’s release of iOS 6 ushered in over 200 new features for users to explore on their mobile iDevices. One…

Adobe Revel for Mac OS

I recently discovered an app for Mac OS, iPhone and iPad called Adobe Revel. It’s an app that helps to…

1Password

Personal privacy and identity security are big concerns on the internet these days. Users are concerned with the strength of…

Haiku Deck

I have used both PowerPoint and Keynote for academic and professional presentations. Both pieces of software get the job done,…

Flutter

Recently released in July, Flutter is a neat little app that uses Mac Gestures to enable the play/pause function of…

App Review: Screens VNC

I’m always looking for ways to integrate my iPad into workflows and recently discovered Screens VNC by Endovia. Screens is…