One of the first Twitter Apps for iPad [Video]

If you have already pre-ordered your iPad and are waiting for it get delivered on April 3 then it might be a good time to prepare a list of apps and games that you will buy or re-download for the iPad. The fact that iPad will be capable of running  almost 150,000 apps … Read the Full Story →

50 in 1 : APPZILLA – The Swiss Army Knife of iPhone Apps. Great value!

50 in 1 : APPZILLA Rating: When I first fired up APPZILLA I was a little overwhelmed! There are a full two and a half screens full of just about every mini-app and widget (both useful and fun) I could think of that I might want to have on my … Read the Full Story →

NewsAlert for iPhone: Aggregate News Stories That Interest You With Push Notification Support

NewsAlert Rating: NewsAlert is what I would call a “Programmable Universal RSS Feed”. It uses keywords which you define to aggregate news stories of interest to you from around the web. The interface is simple but clean, and consequently relatively quick and easy to set up for your own purposes. … Read the Full Story →

SonicPics for iPhone: Give Voice To Your Pictures and Share With Friends!

SonicPics Rating: SonicPics allows you to select photos from your photo library on your iPod Touch or iPhone, arrange them in a viewing order, and then narrate a voiceover in time to you swiping through the images. You then have a small, but robust range of options on how you share … Read the Full Story →

ArtStudio for iPhone Is Creative Fun

ArtStudio Rating: If you watched the iPad keynote last month you know one of the application demoed for the new platform was called Brushes. Brushes allows the user to make artistic creations using their fingers instead of a mouse as they might do on a personal computer. Although Brushes for … Read the Full Story →

The iPad Gold Rush | Development On Rise

New products always elicit excitement and aggregate buzz around them. The iPad has been a perfect example of this truth. We’ve documented the build up to, and aftermath of, the iPad announcement in many articles. Now new information has come out providing further empirical evidence of the excitement the iPad … Read the Full Story →

Stephen Colbert Uses iPad As Prop In Grammy Awards | Effortless Ubiquity?

Effortless Ubiquity Taylor Swift may have won the Grammy for Album of the Year Sunday night but the real winner at this year’s Grammy Awards was clearly Apple. In one of the ultimate product placement stunts of all time, Stephen Colbert used an iPad as a prop during his presentation. … Read the Full Story →

Why I’ll be in Line for an iPad

Since Apple’s launch of it’s ‘revolutionary device’ last week there has been much debate about it’s features, looks and especially it’s name on websites, blogs, twitter and the traditional press. Some of it positive, but a lot of it negative, it doesn’t multi-task, it doesn’t handle flash, it looks like … Read the Full Story →

iPad: Love It or Hate It?

As is often the case with Apple products, the iPad seems to have polarized the tech world a day after its launch. A quick scan of the blogosphere will display two prevailing feelings about the device, sheer love and devotion and utter contempt and disgust. But what can you expect … Read the Full Story →

Did The iPad Make An Impression On You?

iPad First Impressions It certainly has been a heady day for the tech world. After years of speculation and endless amounts of punditry the Apple Tablet, christened the iPad, finally emerged into the spotlight. Born into a world of largely single use devices and repurposed laptops, the iPad attempts to … Read the Full Story →

Apple iPad: Games, Apps, Price, Availability | All You Need To Know

The iPad Arrives! The day has finally come. With the usual flourish and presentation skills only Steve Jobs can muster, the iPad came into existence over the course of an hour and a half today. Initial reactions are still starting to come in but my personal impression is that Apple … Read the Full Story →

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With more than 21,828 active apps (at the time of writing) in the App Store, more apps being launched each day and average shelf life of an App being less than 30 days it has become increasingly important for developers to catch customer attention. Touch Reviews offers a creative platform where … Read the Full Story →