Medical apps can become quite expensive for the iPad or iPhone. I have seen a few medical apps heading upwards of $499 (DDS GP). You won’t find that here. In fact, the WebMD app is free and the account that you can create to use with the app is too. WebMD’s claim to fame was their Symptom Checker. This same symptom checker is available in their iPad app and works in a very similar fashion. Meant to be an unofficial diagnostic tool, WebMD does a good job of giving you medical information. Read on for our full WebMD for iPad Review.
We’ve all seen the hilarious commercials from Kayak, a new all-in-one trip planning website. If you haven’t, you should check them out. This week I decided to start planning a trip to Hawaii this summer, and those funny commercials came to mind. I was presently surprised to find not only does Kayak have a Universal app, but the palindrome named company did a great job on it as well.
The popular weight loss program Weight Watchers has built an incredible app for members and non-members alike, available on both the iPhone and iPad. While members receive access to many more features, the non-member features are also nice. These features include Recipes, Online Community access, a Meeting Finder, and a Shopping List. In our Weight Watcher’s Mobile App review, we will focus on the Weight Watchers Member’s features.
In the midst of the NHL Playoffs, iOS and the NHL are here to make your game watching entertainment even better. The NHL GameCenter 2011-2012 app gives you access to videos, schedules, statistics, news and much more. If you’re a hockey fan and watching the NHL Playoffs, get to the app store and download this app now.
With the Masters recently coming to an end with Bubba Watson bringing home the Green Jacket, I have been wanting to get out there and play some golf myself. While I didn’t get out this weekend, I was still able to play some rounds on my iPad with Tiger Woods PGA Tour ’12. I find the game well done and very fun to play. Read on for our Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 review for iPad and iPhone. Setup This is an EA Game, so you can expect it to be a full, professionally made Golf Game. The first time you […]
iResize fills a very specific need and is an app that I have found extremely helpful. There are literally hundreds of apps dealing with editing photos, most recently iPhoto which is Apples premier photo editing app. However, I found myself needing to resize images on the iPad in order to upload on wesbites, email, or just to save file space. Usually, I do not just want to resize 1 image, but multiples at a time. Most apps require each image to be opened, resized, and saved. I find this tedious and time consuming. iResize allows batch resizing of images based […]
Beating out Draw Something for the number one free app for iPhone this week is Bike Race. It also currently holds the number 4 spot among free iPad apps. The very simple concept and control of this game puts it in the addicting category, and I have honestly been unable to put it down. Read on for our full Bike Race review for iPhone and iPad to see if this is a game for you. Setup There is actually no setup for this game – meaning no login or account needed. Upon launch you get two options, play or settings. […]
Fooducate is an iPhone app which attempts to help you make better food purchasing and eating decisions. It contains a bar code scanning technology, not unfamiliar to many other apps. What Fooducate has that they don’t, however, is a system which will pull up the scanned food product and grade them from A to D. Read on for our Fooducate for iPhone review to see if this really does help us eat a bit better.
Microsoft had a promising concept a while ago with their proposed Courier Tablet. This tablet never made it to market – actually as a result of the iPad’s announcement. Microsoft killed the idea soon after. However, app creator Benjamin Monnig had other plans. He and his team used a popular idea/invention funding website named Kickstarter to gain necessary funding through individuals. This site allows individuals and companies alike to “back” a product, service, creative idea, etc through pledging a dollar amount towards the project in return for some reward. The initial goal was to raise a total of $10,000. Taposé […]
For those wondering – no these aren’t apps made by Universal Studios. What are Universal Apps? The word Universal, when referring to apps, notes that the App is available for download on both the iPhone and iPad under one instance, instead of two separate instances. This means pay once and download to both devices. This also means you get an iPhone and iPad App for one price which is normally designed separately for each device. Kind of like a two for one. An example is the easiest way to explain. Let’s say you want to download the popular app IMDB […]