Now that spring has finally arrived, it’s time to turn our thoughts to the seasons ahead. Will you be gazing at a flower garden or harvesting crops this year? If so, it’s time to get started. Of course, even this most wholesome of outdoor activities can be dressed up with a little technology. Here’s a selection of apps that will save you paper, time, and a pile of reference material, and may just make your gardening or landscaping project a little more fun. Dirr’s Tree and Shrub Finder If you’re landscaping on a large scale, Dirr’s is the ultimate reference. […]
The popular MLB At Bat series is now live in the App Store. As we reported, MLB At Bat 12’ will be offered for free with an accompanying subscription. Unlike in previous years, there are no longer separate apps for both iPhone and iPad. The new universal app starts with ‘Lite’ access. This is limited to providing you with scores and news. Additional subscription levels are available to expand the capabilities of MLB At Bat 12’.
It may be February, but we are just a few weeks away from Spring Training and the start of the 2012 Major League Baseball season. In previous years, baseball fans who subscribed to MLB At Bat were charged an additional fee to use MLB At Bat for iPad and yet another charge for the iPhone app. This year, we’ve just confirmed that MLB At Bat 12 will be free with your subscription, which remains at $119.99 for existing subscribers. New subscriptions will be priced at $124.99. This enables you to receive 150 Spring Training games and all 2430 regular season […]
Have someone to spend Valentine’s Day with and no plans to speak of? Don’t fret: you can still put together a fantastic evening out or at home with little money or advanced preparation. Just pull out your iPad, grab a few apps and roll up your sleeves: we’ve got some work to do.
On Sunday, most of us will settle in front of a TV and watch Super Bowl XLVI. With the big game less than four days away, here’s a look at the best Super Bowl apps for the iPhone. Are you rooting for the Tom Brady led New England Patriots or the seemingly always wide open Victor Cruz-led NY Giants? Regardless of your team affiliation, these apps will help make the most of Super Sunday. So put on your Tony Romo jersey and get to downloading these apps before kickoff.
With around 500,000 iOS Apps available, it can be confusing to find which are great, which are good, and which aren’t worth your time or money. This will be the first in a series of ‘Must Have App’ articles – covering both iPad and iPhone Apps among various different categories. Read on to see which are among the best iOS Apps of the music category.
With the holiday season in full swing, there are a number of great free iPhone apps that will bring you the best in festive, holiday music. Here are a few of our favorites this holiday season. Within minutes, you’ll be streaming holiday classics, comptemporary holiday hits or artists and songs you can customize.
Apple will censor the bejeezus out of everything in the app store. Sometimes, this is seen as okay (racism, hate speech, etc), and sometimes it really isn’t (classic literature, modern literature, political discontent), but what it boils down to is that this is Apple’s ecosystem, and as much as you may or may not like it, they have complete control over the situation. Then why is it that content that would never pass muster in the App Store is freely available for download in other parts of iTunes? Warning, racy language ahead…
Passage is a short, fantastically unique game by computer programmer and game designer, Jason Rohrer. The 8-bit game, which is a piece of art comparable to that of paintings or literature, has been around for several years. Originally a free download for PC, the game was ported to iOS in 2008 after receiving widespread, critical acclaim. The game is basically a representation of life and love, and a poignant reminder of the passing of time. Your character is a boy, whose entire lifetime plays out in your hands. Passage lasts only 5 minutes; there are no elements of danger in […]
During the past few years, I’ve grown obsessed with Twitter clients for the iPhone. The number of quality Twitter apps for the iPhone dwarfs those available on other platforms. For many, myself included, Tweetie had been my tweet weapon of choice. After Twitter bought Atebits, I transitioned to the official Twitter app, which was essentially an upgraded version of Tweetie. Great features and at the always fantastic price of free. Now under the corporate branch of Twitter, there have been some questionable decisions regarding features (see Quick Bar) and you have to wonder just how long before they introduce another […]