In what was likely the most anticipated iPhone release in recent history, the iPhone 5 (sixth generation) brings with it a larger frame and subtle improvements throughout. It has been described by some as boring, as nothing more than the 4S with a taller display. Does the change adversely affect one-handed use and are the subtle improvements enough to provide real world benefits? Read on for our comprehensive iPhone 5 review as we take a complete look at the new iPhone 5. Progression of Build Quality When you ship as many phones as Apple does each year, economies of scale […]
IBM has been around quite a while; over 100 years. Throughout their lifespan they have been a hardware and software manufacturer, as well as a corporate service provider and consumer electronics manufacturer. If it has to do with technology, they’ve probably had a role. I imagine it must be difficult for such a company to frame out and release an app to the public which tries to portray how they Think. Read on for our comprehensive IBM Think for iPad review.
Among the thousands of apps to help you perform various tasks on your photos, sometimes the simpler is the better. While I remain a huge fan of the more feature rich photo editing apps such as Apple’s own, iPhoto, apps like Pic Stitch exist to fill those little gaps, in this case, collages. Read on for our full review of Pic Stitch for iPad and iPhone.
We all enjoy the fact that the iPad, along with certain apps, can deliver our interests to us in the form of websites, photos, videos, and more. Trap!t is kind of a mix between StumbleUpon, Flipboard, and Pandora. Like all three, Trap!t will require you to give some input in regards to your interest. Then, in a Flipboard style, it will deliver blogs and magazines to you based on those interests. If you love to read about what you love, then read on for our full Trap!t for iPad review, because you’ll love this app.
Let’s face it, roughing it isn’t exactly the same with an iPhone. That doesn’t mean you can’t still put a tent up in the woods and hangout with the Angry Birds bunch. Even better, the iPhone can provide you with some new-age tools for your camping trip. Read on to see our 5 free must have camping apps for iPhone, along with mini reviews of each of the apps we recommend for your next camping trip.
The Food Network is an immensely popular channel these days. In an attempt to extend their reach into the mobile world, they have created the On The Road App. This app will allow you to create Road Trips based on Food Spots, or choose Food Spots based on Road Trips. Join us as we take you through this food lover’s app in our Food Network: On The Road App for iPad review. The First Launch After a quick animation, and instruction screen, you will be presented with a few pictures of restaurants virtually pinned on the screen. This entire screen […]
Just recently, Dunkin Donuts put out their very own app. While Starbucks has had an app out for a while, there are many people who are Dunkin fans that are now able to enjoy the same benefits. With an option to load up your account and pay by phone, this app is sure to make your Dunkin experience even better than it (hopefully) already is. Read on for our full Dunkin Donuts app for iPhone review to see if this app will find you paying for coffee with your iPhone or if you’ll need to continue carrying your wallet when […]
Solar Walk is a magnificently created app from Vito Technology Inc. We expected no less after using and reviewing another popular Vito Technology Inc. App, Star Walk. Unlike Star Walk, where the sky is viewable, albeit impressively from a single vantage point, Solar Walk will allow you to zoom into various celestial objects, changing the rest of the sky as you go. Join us as we take you through a detailed look at all the features in our Solar Walk for iPad review.
To Do apps are a staple of mobile computing. Even the first PDAs (which were ironically made by Apple – called the Newton MessagePad 2100), featured To-Do Lists. Mobile technology has come a long way from there, but the principle of the To-Do list has remained the same. Join us as we take you through our review of a true 21st century To-Do List for the iPhone and iPad: Wunderlist.