Among the most popular of the love streaming apps is WatchESPN. The name is pretty self explanatory and the app does exact what it seems – it allows you to watch live and recorded sporting events. With Wimbledon currently underway, WatchESPN is a sport lovers paradise; allowing the viewers to watch every match currently underway. Read on for WatchESPN for iPad and iPhone review.
Creating a panoramic photo can be an easy task, assuming you have the right camera. While the stock Camera app built into iOS does not come with a panoramic feature, the app store is here to help in a big way. An app which has been around for a while called 360 Panoramic is the premier panoramic making app for iOS. Once you use it, you’ll see why. Read on as we take you through a detailed 360 Panoramic for iPad and iPhone review.
Following my engagement in August 2011, I immersed myself into the process of wedding planning alongside my fiancé. Being the technology fanatic I am, I’ve turned to my iPad numerous times throughout the process. One of the most difficult part of event planning is figuring out how to sit everyone while keeping the most people happy. For this, again I turned to my iPad for help. Enter myBanquet. Creating the room’s layout and assigning people to tables was as fun as it was easy. Join us after the break as we take you through our myBanquet for iPad review.
Travel apps are in no shortage in the App Store. Just recently we reviewed the popular Kayak app. Today we will look at a wonderfully made app for flight and airport information called Flight+. Traditionally, Flight+ for iPad has been $3.99 – but now a free version (with iAds) is available for all! Read on for a full review of Flight+ for iPad.
Okay, okay, it’s a bit childish to mess with photos of people on your iPhone. But sometimes, it can be laugh out loud funny and provide some great fun for your friends and family. App makers Iddiction have created a simple hit which is steadily part of the Top 25 free apps – at least for now. Read on for our Pimp My Hair for iPhone review.
Let me start by saying the NBC really, really wants everyone to watch the Olympics; every minute of it. What better way to do this than stream all the events Live through your iPads and iPhones. This is one of two apps coming from NBC for the 2012 London Olympics. Read on for more details about this app in our NBC Olympics Live Extra for iPad and iPhone review.
Late last year, the tech world was buzzing. While that’s not uncommon, this time it wasn’t about a phone, a television or a new gaming system. People were excited by the announcement of a new thermostat called the Nest. Within a short period of time, pre-orders of the diminutive puck shaped thermostat were completely sold out. As someone in the process of starting a remodeling project, I quickly found myself on the waiting list, being able to place my order in early January. Earlier this month, I had two Nest learning thermostats installed in my home. Read on for my […]
We did a review of Tiny Wings back in April of 2011 soon after it was initially released. Though this version is not named ‘Tiny Wings 2’, it is the first version available natively to the iPad and does pack a host of new gameplay features and modes. Read on to learn more about them in our Tiny Wings HD for iPad review.
The first time I saw Google Earth was a bit of a wow moment. This was merely for the fact that I was able to interact with the globe as a three dimensional image within a two dimensional space. Sure it had been done before, but for some reason when it’s a globe, it’s all the more impactful. Living Earth HD is an Alarm Clock iPad app which will allow you to have this same interaction with a globe that has cloud cover updated every three hours as well as real time weather, time, and sun lines. Read on for […]
Over the years, boating has continued to increase in popularity as a sport, hobby, and activity. Whether for fishing, recreation, or just relaxation – people have enjoyed boating with and without the use of technology for a long time. Of course – in recent years, the mobile revolution has tacked on some pretty useful apps for boating enthusiasts everywhere. These include weather, flashlight, cheap gas finding, and nautical navigation apps. Some of these apps can get pretty expensive, but the app we’re talking about today will give you a well made interface through which to check the tides in your […]