If you’re like me, you like to send funny videos and photos to your friends and family. Stryke, the great socially connected app from Global Delight Technologies, allows you to “troll” your friends with animated videos you make yourself from videos you have on your iPhone’s camera roll.
Anyone who has ever tried to record quality audio directly into their iOS device or computer has inevitably come to a crossroads in their experience. What’s the easiest, highest quality method for capturing great audio…? IK Multimedia’s new iRig Pro is a universal solution for capturing quality audio, regardless of what you’re recording on the go!
I love the variety of Bluetooth speakers that are available on the market today. I have a small Bluetooth capable speaker in every room of my home. However, sometimes I just want the room-filling sound that only my home theater system can give my music. Enter the Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter.
Do you like racing games that are non-stop from the time you load it, but with opportunities to upgrade and customize your racing machines – which include the famous Dubai Police supercars? Then you need to check out Hybrid Racing for the iPad, an exciting racing game that was built especially for the iPad.
Photos, apps, music, and movies can certainly be the culprit for lack of iPhone storage – but what is this OTHER thing that’s taking up space? How do you find them, and how do you get rid of them? CleanMyPhone for Mac is your one-stop-shop for freeing up some of that unmanagable space.
I’ll admit, I haven’t played too many games in the card battling genre, or the empire-building genre either. So, when I was asked to review a game that combines the two genres, I wasn’t exactly excited. However, once I sat down and started playing, I was intrigued.
While Facebook is a great place to keep up with family and friends, wouldn’t it be great to have a private place that works much like Facebook for you, your family and friends, but is completely private, and that you completely control? Enter Family Wall.
What if there was a watch that offered much of the same functionality as the Pebble and other smartwatches do, and yet doesn’t require syncing it with an iPhone, and dispenses of the need to charge the device every few days? Meet the Phosphor Touch Time.
If you have ever looked at a tab, played an instrument, or tried to teach someone else how to play a song, Tabular for iPad is hands-down one of the best tools for writing anything musical, for musicians of all levels.
Many iPhone 5 and above users would love to be able to charge their iPhones, untethered by the standard Lightning cable provided in the box. With this in mind, the fine folks at Fonesalesman were kind enough to allow us to review their iQi Wireless Charging System.
If you’ve used a computer, chances are you’ve deleted a file from your hard drive, or formatted a hard drive or memory card by mistake. UGH! bye-bye files! Or is it? Let’s take a look at uFlysoft Data Recovery for Mac.
The world is full of Bluetooth enabled speakers. But what if you’ve gotten a little tired of listening to your music on what is usually a smaller, admittedly limited-range speaker? What if you want to listen to the music from your Bluetooth enabled device on your better sounding home sound system or theater setup?
You don’t have to be a germaphobic to understand that your iPhone could be one of the most germ ridden things you come into contact with during the day. The PhoneSoap can help you keep your device free of bacteria and germs.
As someone who has snapped over 10,000 photos with various smartphones over the years, I rarely get to see my favorite pics a second or third time. I have always wanted a way to display them in my home. Photo frames were supposed to help with this, but who wants to load a memory stick with new photos each time?
Be prepared, that’s the Boy Scout motto, and if you’re a scout with an iPhone 4/4S or iPhone 5/5s, you could do much worse than to carry your device around in TaskLab’s TaskOne multi-tool iPhone case. Overview The TaskOne iPhone…
The one glaring weakness mentioned by both detractors and supporters of the iPad is its lack of Microsoft Office. While Apple’s own iWork suite makes up for much of this shortcoming, it still has a ways to go. Enter hopTo.