Timers are absolutely essential for many smartphone users, but the built in timer functionality in the iPhone is often too simple, especially for people that take medication at regular intervals. Fortunately, Easy Pill offers a well needed solution.
Articles by Jakob Hultman
I do a lot of traveling these days. Sometimes I find myself losing track of how much money I spend while on the road. Today I’m trying to solve that by trying out Simply Declare – an app that helps you keep track of your travel purchases.
Even though the Mac seems to be like a strong brick wall, protected and safe from malware and viruses, sometimes it’s good to check if that actually is the case. Today I’m reviewing MacScan, a tool that will help make sure you are protected.
Two things that’s in my top 3 list right now – food and photography. What happens if we combine them and create a new social network? We get Dishpal.
This is without a doubt the age of turn-based word games. Everywhere I go I see people playing “Words with Friends”, Wordfeud and Draw Something. Today, I’m trying out Words Deluxe, another word game which is playable in both a 1 player and a 2 player mode.
Every other week I come across an Angry Birds rip-off on App Store. 9 out of 10 times the app is not even worth downloading. Today I’ll be reviewing The Drop Out – an app that at first glance looks a lot like Angry Birds, but seems to have much more in store.
When Apples introduced the iPhone, the era of the stylus ended abruptly. People started using the most natural tool to navigate – their fingers. But when the iPad came, it also handled a different area of usage – writing and painting. Today I’m reviewing a stylus called Maglus.
For a long time, I’ve been looking for a good way to protect my iPad from rain, scratches and children. I think I’ve finally found what I’m looking for – the SailorBags Sailcloth iPad Sleeve. Let’s go sailing.
Several times a year I find myself wondering why my Mac is working so slowly, or why some applications seem to eat up all of my memory. Today I’m going to look at an app for OS X that helps you clean up the mess you gather over time – Magican.
The App Store is filled with great apps, and to get your app on to the top of the charts you have to make it unique, interesting and well-produced. Today we’ll see if Turtle World for iPad and iPhone ($0.99, App Store) can pass the test and make it to the top of the app charts.
According to Allt om Mac, several people have experienced problems with Macs using their digital audio out port or HDMI with OS X 10.6.8 installed.
As a Swede, I have for a long time been a part of the large community of people in Sweden who mourn every time Apple is introducing US only/UK only services and products. In the northern parts of Europe, we have often been overlooked and ignored when it comes to big releases. But today, that may change. Today, Apple may be in starting holes of opening up Sweden’s first Apple Store. A small step for Apple, a huge step for Sweden.
In one of his recent blog posts, Robert X. Cringely talks about why Microsoft bought Skype. And along with the conclusion that Microsoft did it to keep Google from doing it, he also shares his thoughts about Apple’s role in the fight.
When I bought my iPad, I didn’t realize how many tasks I was going use my iPad for instead of my Mac. And it makes sense – for example reading the news online is so much easier and convenient on the iPad rather than on a big fat screen, using a keyboard and a mouse. But one thing I wouldn’t think the iPad was going to replace was the book. It just didn’t make much sense to me.
Have you ever wondered where the chime that you hear when you Mac starts comes from? Who is behind all of the old classic sounds in Mac OS? His name is Jim Reekes, and the dutch site One More Thing tracked him down and did an hour long interview.
This may be old stuff for some people, but it is still amazing. Some people just have to much time on their hands. By writing a code line in Terminal.app it will show you the entire Star Wars Episode IV – A New Hope, in ASCII.