Ever go on an amazing trip and wish you had chronicled your experiences with digital notes, audio and exact locations along the way? Want to share how it went at a convention with family and friends? With the My iStory app for the iPhone, all of that is possible and more.
Sure, it’s really easy to just go out to a Hallmark store and buy greeting cards. But what if you wanted to give your loved ones something a little more personalized? Too much trouble you say? Meet iGreetingCard Deluxe, the easy to to use Mac app that helps you create your own personalized photo greeting cards.
Are you looking for a small, portable speaker with great sound for listening to music, that can also act as a speakerphone for your calls? With the debut of Rokit Boost’s Rectangle Speakerphone your options just increased nicely.
If you’re like me, you drop your iPhone on a regular basis. You need a case that will take a drop to a concrete floor, and keep your iPhone protected from damage. Enter the Pelican ProGear Protector Series CE1150 case for the iPhone 5/5s.
You may remember our review of the Justin Case Ultra-Slim Power Case for the iPad from awhile back. That four-star charging case allowed us to charge our portable devices on the go, allowing us to break the tether of the AC power charger. Now, Justin Case has released a new, universal power case that allows you to protect and recharge your 8.9″ to 10.1″ tablet.
Did you ever wonder what your friends, family and acquaintances really thought about you? Or, did you ever wonder what that new guy or gal in your life was really like? Enter Tittat – The app that allows you to see what others think of you and others, and even allows you to anonymously enter comments about those you’ve encountered.
Go on a vacation of a lifetime and take amazing photos only to find out that someone photobombed them? Do you wish that you could clean up those precious older photos from a lifetime ago?
We’ve all looked for something hidden in a picture or looked in every corner of our house trying to find our keys. Dream: Hidden Adventure takes seek-and-find & turns it into a whimsical game for iOS
Frills – Guess words with friends offers 5 free charades decks to play with, including Household Stuff, Movies, Super Heroes, Famous Brands, and Friends.
It seems as if there is a constant “stream” of music steaming apps these days. Even in the face of Apple’s iTunes Radio juggernaut, many new music apps are still out there swinging. Enter MixPal.fm, with its 30 channels of music curated by top DJs.
The two biggest culprits of a messy desk, in my opinion, are papers and wires… Sharing in my distaste for a messy workspace, Bluelounge is always working to provide simple solutions to manage your technological tethers.
Based around the concept of a being more ergonomic for holding and manipulating the iPad, the Clutch system, in essence, adds a handle to the back of our iPad, allowing for more comfortable, prolonged use.
One common complaint of iPhone 5/5s users is the device’s battery life, or lack thereof. Luckily, companies are coming to the rescue for heavy users of the popular device by releasing rechargeable battery cases that allow the device to be both protected, and have its battery life extended. In this review we’ll take a look at the Rokit Boost Excess 2400.
Instead of iTunes Radio discouraging new Internet radio player apps, it seems to have done just the opposite. New Internet radio station apps seem to be released very day. It is certain however, that these new apps need some outstanding features to grab the users eye. Enter SonicWeb Internet Radio Player.
While I have totally bought into the iOS ecosystem, with most of my music, ebooks, video, and ALL of my apps coming from Apple’s various stores, there are still times when I download music or videos and can use some help converting it and copying it over to my various iOS devices. Enter iSkySoft TunesOver.
The Eskuché Control V2 are on-ear rectangular headphones with a serious retro look to them. After I tried them out, I learned that this mid-range priced set of on-ear headphones had more to offer than just a funky Nixon-era vibe.