Apps

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Pad & Quill makes cases for iPhones and iPads that give these mobile devices the look and feel of gorgeous leather hardbound journals. Now they've gone one step further and are releasing an update to their Pad & Quill Notes app to give it a nice iOS 7 clean design and some great new features. [...]

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Posted in: Cases, Covers, iPhone, iPad, iPod, News
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Why no, this isn't a hallway in the Louvre!  It's my hallway displaying my new "watercolors" I just created.  You'll notice I said "created", not "painted".  I can't paint or draw, but I can use an app to turn my snapshots into watercolors.  With the Waterlogue app from Tinrocket, LLC, I can easily convert any [...]

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Posted in: Camera Gear, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Reviews
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Julie asked me to suggest some gift ideas for the iPhone and iPad users in your life.  I thought about how I have used my original iPad mini, the new iPad Air I owned for a short while, and the iPad mini with Retina display I replaced the Air with, and I came up with [...]

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Posted in: Articles, iPhone, iPad, iPod
oyster-app

I like reading books, but I only read on my iPad mini now.  Actually, I've exclusively read on electronic devices since I got my Handspring Visor Deluxe way back in the late 1990s.  I've always been one to buy my books instead of borrowing them from the library, but that habit has left me with [...]

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Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod, News
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After upteen years at the same address, my family will soon be moving into a almost time-capsule mid-century condo.  Moving has a lot of work and a lot of expense associated with it (and I'm not just talking about the mortgage, either), so I want to be sure I get things right the first time. [...]

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Posted in: Android related, Home, Kitchen, iPhone, iPad, iPod, News
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We told you about the Paper by FiftyThree app right after it came out.  It's a beautiful journaling app that lets you create your own digital Moleskine-like notebooks full of your photos, drawings, and writings.  Now FiftyThree and Moleskine have joined forces to create Book to turn your virtual notebook into a real-life notebook.  After you've created [...]

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Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod, Miscellaneous, News

Daily Use Apps – Andy Chen

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If you're like me, the arrival of a new phone means determining what apps to keep or toss.  Here's a shortlist of a few that made the cut that I use nearly every day. Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker by MyFitnessPal (free) If you're watching what you eat, or if you're trying to lose or gain [...]

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Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod, Reviews
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Paper. The curse of our record management as 21st century humans. The promise of computers has always been "the paperless office," but most computer users have produced more paper, rather than less. The need for a piece of paper for giving information to someone else, "sign and return" situations like leases and contracts, and the [...]

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Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod, Reviews
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Firmly in the "what in heck were they thinking camp", Disney has released a second-screen app that complements The Little Mermaid.  You may be wondering what's so bad about that, after all, lots of TV shows have second-screen apps to increase your involvement with their shows.  Well, this Second Screen Live: The Little Mermaid app [...]

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Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod, Kid Gadgets, News
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Have you often wished for an image editor app with a magic wand tool to make selective image adjustments for your iPhone or iPad?  Do you long to post process your iOS device photos using more sophisticated tools like a clone tool, text tool or paint tool with adjustable brush sizes and hardness?  Leonardo, a full-featured [...]

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Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod, News
julies-apps

Several weeks ago I asked everyone on the Gadgeteer team to write up a quick post about their most used mobile apps regardless of which platform they use - Android, iOS, or Windows Phone. So far we've had quite a few great posts detailing a nice selection of applications - some I'd never tried before. [...]

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Posted in: Android related, Articles
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Trying to select my top 5 Android apps is a bit like choosing your favorite child.  I use my phone all day long every day for just about everything... email, calendaring, music, texting, searching for information, surfing, gaming, processing credit cards, social media engagement, taking pictures, video chatting, navigation, and everything in between. So as [...]

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Posted in: Android related, Articles
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I have less than ten iPhone and iPad apps that I use consistently, and half of those are games. The other half are shown below, and the runners up are Safari and Facebook. Since they are default apps on the iOS devices, I decided to leave them out of this list. So here are my [...]

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Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod, News
zeebox-app

This post brought to you by zeebox. All opinions are 100% mine. Watching TV with a friend is sometimes better than watching your favorite programs by yourself - so long as they don't start talking over the dialog on the screen!   With the free zeebox tv companion app on your iOS , Android, or Blackberry [...]

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Posted in: Articles, Audio, Video, TV Gear, iPhone, iPad, iPod
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The topic came up recently around The Gadgeteer about what apps we have on our mobile devices. Now, I have a lot of apps between my iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, but out of all of the apps I have, I only use a handful of them on a regular basis. The ones listed below [...]

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Posted in: Android related, Articles, iPhone, iPad, iPod
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Ever daydreamed of being a character in your very own comic strip? Now with Canon's new Pixma Comix App on the Canon U.S.A. Facebook page, you can do just that, for free. Use six images (either uploaded or already on Facebook) to embarrass yourself, friends, or family for many years to come in a printable [...]

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Posted in: Miscellaneous, Reviews
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I use these 4 apps daily on both my iPad Mini and HTC One Android phone.  These apps have been extremely useful for my personal and business usage.  I'm sure some of you have heard of or are using these apps:  Evernote, Dropbox, LogMeIn, and Crestron. Evernote I've been using Evernote since my business converted to [...]

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Posted in: Android related, Articles, iPhone, iPad, iPod, News
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When Julie first suggested that we write some posts about our favorite apps that we use every day, my first thought was, "Oh, yeah, I have tons of those!"  But then I stopped to think about it.  Yes, I do have many, many apps on my iPhone (probably too many--its memory is nearly full, actually).  [...]

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Posted in: Articles, iPhone, iPad, iPod
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Sometimes you want to view or edit a document on your smartphone.  I've found a couple of apps that allow you to do just that: CloudOn and Kingsoft Office.  They have a lot in common: they're both free, they both offer a wealth of features, they both connect to your cloud accounts, and they are [...]

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Posted in: Android related, Articles, iPhone, iPad, iPod
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It was 20 years ago when Bill Nye introduced his PBS TV show that taught kids about science.  His show may be off the air now, but your kids can still learn from him with the newly introduced app for iPhone and iPad.  The Bill Nye the Science Guy app is free in the iTunes [...]

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Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod, Kid Gadgets, News