For those unfamiliar with TED, here is a quick background. First of all, the acronym stands for Technology Entertainment Design. TED is a large set of conferences which host presenters on various topics including, Technology, Entertainment, Design, and more. More importantly, TED is a think tank. The talks performed on TED are sometimes thought provoking, sometimes inspirational, and sometimes revolutionary. iPhone and iPad apps are available for download which will give you complete access to the TED talks and content. This learning tool is a great way to expand your breadth of knowledge and learn new and almost always – […]
Graphical wire models are not just for the pros anymore. With 123D Catch, anyone with an iPad 2 and iOS 5 (or newer), can now create 3 dimensional models of anything they choose! It’s as simple as taking a series of photos from various different angles and sending them off to Autodesk’s servers to process in the Cloud. Join us for a more in depth guide of how to use the app, and review of how well it performs.
Because Wheel of Fortune has been aired for over 37 years, I am assuming everyone reading this review will have already watched or at least has some understanding of the rules. I am not going to be explaining the rules of the game during this review, but if you need that explanation, you can find it here. The game will also explain the rules along the way. The game is pretty fun and sticks close to the TV version. Read on for our full Wheel of Fortune for iPad review.
It’s no secret that the world has become an idea engine containing so many people thinking up creative ways to connect lives. Facebook does a superb job of this, and therefore they remain the most popular social network – ever. Pinterest is a fairly new, debuting for the iPhone in March 2011. Today – it has a large member network hovering around 11.7 million unique. Interestingly, in the US, 83% of those users are women. Pinterest connects people by showing them pictures of things that may interest them in a pinboard type fashion.
This is an oldie but definitely a goodie. We reviewed the IMDB (Internet Movie Database) iPhone and iPad App a few months ago , but today we’ll take you through Flixster. Flixster is a movie lover’s paradise. With The Avengers releasing this past weekend, we believe this is a perfect opportunity to give you a review of the world’s most popular app for movie reviews, trailers, and showtimes. With a 4 ½ star rating and over 1600 reviews, you can be assured this app is a good one.
If you are looking for apps that provide streaming audio, then you’ll want to include Pandora on your short list. There are a good number of very good services that come with iOS apps, so read on for our review of Pandora for iPhone and iPad. We will give pros and cons as well as give you a navigation guide on how to use the app.
This is an interesting one. This app is basically an iPad How-To guide for using the iPad. It’s somewhat of an instruction manual. Kind of like an eBook, (but in an app), Tips and Tricks – iPhone Secrets teaches the intricacies of the iPhone user interface to the general public who may not be aware of the multiple shortcuts, fun options, and simply unknown iOS features.
Craigstlist is a service which took the web by storm in 1996 when creator, Craig Newmark took his local friend distribution list of events public. In 2000 the service expanded outside of San Francisco and serves in over 50 countries today. Craigslist allows individuals and businesses alike to post all kinds of listings including classifieds, for sale, item wanted, jobs, and much more. The website employs a minimalist interface which is really just a whole group of links and a search text field. This is not ideal for use on the iPad so naturally, the apps began to roll in. […]
Nightstand Central for iPad is an excellent way to get rid of an alarm clock and replace it with none other than your nice big iPad screen. Adjustable settings, flexibility in common alarm clock functionality like music, snoozes, and schedules make this the top alarm clock option for all of your wake up needs.
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 […]