Posts Tagged ‘ apps ’

Clear: Your new To-Do App for iPhone

I’m a procrastinator, and i’m man enough to admit it.  I forget to do projects or sometimes i just forget to send out that email or make that phone call.  So it’s not surprising that I jumped at the chance to download and use the brand new to-do app for iPhone called Clear.  Its like the coolest most fun to-do app out there right now and i absolutely love it.  Lets take a look deeper into the app to see why this 99 cent app is going to be the next big thing.

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Instagram gets a nice little update.

One of the most popular iPhone photo apps out there got a nice little upgrade today.  Instagram, and iPhone app that lets users upload photos and add fun quirky filters to them, updated to a newer version today.  The update included a new UI enhancements and a brand new filter,Sierra.  Also along with these updates and new filters come the ability to lighten up photos after taking them, right in the editing part of the app.

Instagram is a wonderful app, and is one of my absolute favorite apps on the iPhone hands down.  Instagram has really changed the way we share and edit photos on the iPhone.  The new update pushes the app forward in the iPhone stratosphere and into the sky with some of the best apps out there.  We highly recommend picking it up in the App Store for free.

Ryan L. 

Path: Why I left Facebook for it.

Path ddd  I love Social Networking.  It’s one of my favorite things to do on the internet.  And now days it one of my favorite things to do on my smartphone. My favorite one of them all was FaceBook.  Do you see what I said there, was, as in past tense.  I loved Facebook up until the whole new Timeline and updated iOS app update.  Now it’s become such a hassle i can’t even use the app anymore.

But then i found this little red social networking app called Path, and it changed my social networking life, from a Facebooker to a Pather.

Lets see what this Path is all about….

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WIndows 7 mobile gets fruity with Mangooo!!

 Today was Microsofts Windows Mobile event, and as a result we get the mighty Mango.  Its bursting with some over 500 sweet new additions.  Including some awesome and speedy improvements to IE 9.  The new browser will work better with new websites utilizing HTML 5.

Some other great features are better integration with users social networks and email accounts.  Also the introduction of new Bing search apps such as, Local Scout.  Which will let users take advantage of the location data and find new and great things around them, all with out typing a word.

It looks like Windows mobile is finally catching up with the rest of the mobile industry world.  But to bad this update wont hit the phones till this autumn.  Which doesnt make sense, seeing as how Mangos aren’t in season during the fall months.  Hmmm, oh well.

Ryan L.

Google ChromeBooks – Can Haz?

Well the first keynote at day two of Google I/O is over and it was all about CrhomeBooks.  Thats right Google is getting into the laptop business.

We all remember last year when we first heard about Chromebooks, but nothing really every developed from it. We did get the Cr48, but that was only available to 50,000 people. But now, now everyone gets their own.  ChromeBooks will come to you through two companies, Samsung and Acer.

Start up is in 8 seconds, and everything you do is based in the cloud, so everything is always in sync. They also come pre installed with the Google Chrome app store.  Another plus is there will be web apps and way to interact with all of your media.  Its a pretty big deal.

Starting June 15th we will see these bad boys in BEst Buys all around the world.  Stay Tuned!

A little gravity fun on a Tuesday afternoon.

Just a little fun on a slow Tuesday afternoon.  One of my favorite little jailbroken apps on the iPhone called Graviboard.  It basically lets you jumble your icons around on your iPhone and play around with you fingers.  It’s just a simple fun app for your iPhone.  Available for $2.99 in the Cydia app store.  Check it out!

Ryan L.

The Galaxy S Wi-Fi. Androids answer to the iPod

 Samsung has rebranded their future line of Smartplayers.  What was formally known as the Samsung Galaxy Player has now been renamed the Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi.  The most popular Android based device with a rising OS is a stiff competitor to the Apple iPod Touch. As for the Zune….the what?

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