Available today, Twitter #music is a new service that aims to help music discovery based on Twitter. Using tweets and engagement, the app will uncover music of interest, coupled with the artists profiles along with artists they follow. Music is played back through a iTunes, Spotify or Rdio and Twitter promises to bring more sources online.
The NY Times today brings up an interesting discussion on whether we are suffering from app burnout. Granted that’s painting with a pretty broad brush, but I’d venture that many share something in common with the author who has 259 apps installed, 16 of which she uses on a regular basis. Is your iPhone a veritable wasteland of unused apps? Have you taken steps to delete apps from your iPhone or even go so far as to also delete them from iTunes?
When Apple created Reminders, all of a sudden developers of to-do lists had some serious competition. Not only did it offer location based reminders, but it’s no easy task to compete with a free app that comes pre-installed on every new iPhone. Reminders from Apple is far from perfect, leaving the door open for a more feature-rich app that helped tackle lists. One such entry into the space is Checkmark from Snowman. Will it replace Reminders on your homescreen and will it’s feature set find ourselves looking at a new contender for the best to do list app for iPhone? […]
If you ever have tough time managing and remembering birthdays, then you are not alone. Apple’s Contacts application does have a section to add a birthday, but that requires you manually enter it within the application or in Address Book. Not only is this time consuming, but at times near impossible, depending upon the number of contacts you manage. I at times find it tough to remember my wife’s birthday. Luckily for me, she’s not an avid everythingiCafe reader and I might just have found an app that will solve my dilemma. In our MyCalendar Mobile for iPhone review, we […]
It’s Memorial Day this weekend in the US or as I like to call it, the official kick-off to barbecue and grilling season. You might already have a special burger blend that you use, but there are plenty of recipes, timers and other apps to help guide you to become a better grill master. Before you fire up the grill, check out our best BBQ apps for iPhone and iPad. GrillTime Whether it’s burgers, steaks or a combination, the goal of this app is to help you prepare the meat to your liking. You can set the thickness, how you’d like it […]
If you own an iPad or iPhone and haven’t heard of Yelp, my guess is you’re either on your way home from the Apple Store with it still in the box or you’re just not that into apps. Yelp is not only one of the first native iPad apps, but the premiere iPad utility app for finding restaurants and other businesses based on user reviews. Yelp does an outstanding job of helping you make informed decisions on where to shop and eat. The reviews are by real people with real experiences. If you are new to Yelp, read on for […]
If you need a GPS app for driving, there are options that range all across the price scale, and many of them are more than adequate. But if you want a serious GPS app, the best GPS app for iPhone, you’re looking at two options: NAVIGON and TomTom. A strong argument could be made for either, and they both offer very similar feature sets. But NAVIGON ekes out a lead in our experience. The core functionality is strong, the interface is easy to use and there are plenty of of small additions that make it great. When it comes to […]
Who doesn’t enjoy custom ringtones on their iPhone. In the past, we’ve outlined how to create free custom iPhone ringtones using Garage Band for Mac, which is still a terrific option. For those of you with a PC or who wants the flexibility to create ringtones on your iPhone, there are plenty of good apps in the App Store. Today we break them down the top apps and provide you with the best iPhone ringtone app. Ringtonium ($0.99) The first thing you’ll notice about this app is the amazing looking retina display icon. Don’t discount the icon as having value. […]
When it comes to deciding the best Twitter app for iPhone, rest assured it’s no easy task. While there are good Twitter clients for other platforms, nothing compares to the embarrassment of riches that occurs in iOS. But what if you had to choose only one? That’s our aim today as we select the absolute best Twitter app for iPhone.