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Review: Schedule Planner Pro – A Premium Productivity Solution for iPhone!

Posted on 21/05/2013 by Chris Hauk


Many people can get by using the basic calendar and reminder functions built-in to iOS. But what if you have the need for various categories, a need for reminders, the ability to print out a report of upcoming appointments and tasks, and to view on the fly how you’re spending your busy day? Enter Schedule Planner Pro for iPhone.


Review: Dash & Bash – An Exhilarating New Physics Game for iPhone

Posted on 20/05/2013 by C. Marie Johnson


Finding a fun, engaging game for iPhone that is easy enough to understand, yet difficult enough to make you want to keep playing can sometimes be difficult, the right amount of challenge mixed with the right objective makes a perfect game. Finally, there is a new game on the market that hits the nail on the head! Step aside Angry Birds, there is a new, addicting bird game in town: Dash & Bash!


Review: Present Perfect – Post-PC Era Presentations

Posted on 20/05/2013 by Ian Fuchs


We’ve all been there before – a presentation with hard to read text, poor quality feedback, and the inevitable awkward moment when the presenter tries to share a video and something goes wrong. Present Perfect is a new, Post-PC era take on improving and personalizing presentations.


Pixelmator 2.2 Surpasses 500,000 Downloads in Its First Week

Posted on 18/05/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Earlier, we told you about a major new update to Pixelmator, a popular and affordable Photoshop competitor for Mac. The update introduced over 100 new features – and Pixelmator’s customers were swift to show their appreciation by downloading over 500,000 copies of Pixelmator 2.2 in just one week!


Review: Safecard – Securely Save Passwords, Cards, and Private Information on IOS

Posted on 16/05/2013 by John Manners


Safety in the form of things like passwords, credentials, and credit cards is an everyday issue. It can get overwhelming trying to keep track of important personal information such as usernames or account numbers. To keep it more organized you would want something that may be more safe and time-saving. Safecard does all this and more efficiently and securely by allowing the user to archive and search personal and sensitive data such as credit cards and passwords.


Apple Releases iTunes 11.0.3

Posted on 16/05/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Apple has just released a significant update to iTunes, version 11.0.3, featuring a completely redesigned MiniPlayer, a gorgeous new “Songs View” that highlihgts album artwork, better support for multi-disc albums, and more. My favorite part is that the new MiniPlayer can be expanded to show an entire playlist!


Apple’s App Store Officially Reaches 50 Billion Downloads

Posted on 15/05/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler


In just under 5 years after first launching the App Store for iOS devices, Apple has updated their 50 Billion Download countdown page to announce that an astounding 50 billion apps have now been downloaded from the App Store – and 25 billion of those have occurred in just the past 14 months, following Apple’s announcement of 25 billion downloads in March of 2012.


Google Introduces Google+ Hangouts: Cross-Platform Messaging Service

Posted on 15/05/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler


Google has rebranded “Hangouts” as a unified cross-platform messaging system allowing users to text, photo, and group video message across Hangouts’ Android and iOS apps, plus its allows Gmail and Google+ site integration. Hangouts is available today, replacing Google Talk and G+ Messenger.


1Password for iOS Updated With Huge Improvements to Browser, Sharing, and More

Posted on 15/05/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Developer AgileBits released a significant update for their popular 1Password iOS app, bringing the version up to 4.2, and adding a heap of improvements to the built-in browser, sharing, search, and more. 1Password is currently my favorite password management app for Mac and iOS – and this solid update makes it even better!


Apple Hiring Testing Engineers for Major Update to iWork for Mac and iOS

Posted on 14/05/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

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As Apple continues to bolster their iWork development team (following a hiring boost back in February), the company has posted a new job listing for a software engineer to work on the next generation of iWork apps for Mac and iOS. Apple hasn’t significantly updated their iWork suite for the Mac since 2009, making a new version long overdue.


BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) Finally Coming to Android and iOS This Summer

Posted on 14/05/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

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BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins has just made an announcement that many have been anticipating for years – the official release of BlackBerry Messenger for iOS and Android! As revealed at the BlackBerry Live conference this morning, BBM is set to launch on both platforms this summer, and finally brings the best of BBM’s features to competing platforms.


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