The developers of the best document manager app called ReaddleDocs for iPhone and iPad , today announced yet another update for the iPad version. It is always great to see that the developers are committed to make the app even better by offering free updates for everyone who uses their app. Some of the cool new features in version 1.6 are: a … Read More
Live Notes [rating: 3.5/5] Live Notes is a colourful sketch pad, with a refreshing User Interface and a neat twist. Rather like the Live Scribe pen it allows you to take notes and record audio at the same time (There is no relationship between the two companies who make the pen and the app, by the way). So, how does Live … Read More
ABC Wildlife [rating: 4/5] When I was just 6 years old computers were only for the select few and certainly weren’t making their way into peoples homes. In fact all we had was a Binatone Video Game system which allowed you to play black and white versions of tennis and squash. Now though my 6 year old daughter gets to enjoy … Read More
Facebook, which some would claim is probably the most used service on iPhone (via the Facebook app particularly), has passed 100 Million active users this weekend. Coincidentally that is close to the total number of iOS Devices that Apple has sold. Meanwhile Apple’s own iTunes App Store now boasts close to 250,000 Apps currently in its storefront, and has had … Read More
The iPad is an unmitigated success. It has grabbed the hearts of consumers and TV personalities alike. Early in its life the likes of Colbert clutched a pre-production model at the Grammy Awards. Consumers in the US and 20 other countries, cannot get enough units of the device. And recently I marvelled at the number of Formula 1 racing drivers … Read More
App Layout [rating: 3/5] App Layout allows anyone to mock up iPhone or iPad User Interface designs on their iPad. You can then save the design as an image and share it with others. Is this something you might be looking for? App Layout has hit the iTunes App Store at a price point which certainly makes it worth investigation. Similar … Read More
Well-known application developer for iOS, Readdle today celebrates its third anniversary. In celebration, Readdle is offering a time-limited discount on all Readdle products. Price reductions will take effect for 48 hours starting August 1st. Additionally, Readdle is giving away three iPads to its Twitter followers. During these years, Readdle has achieved industry recognition as a strong developer of business applications for the iPhone and iPad owners.
Asian Applications Developer Humble Gaming Limited today announces Live Notes 1.0, their first productivity application for Apple’s revolutionary iPad device. Perfect for business professionals, students, academics and the market at large, Live Notes for iPad allows the user to synchronize voice recording with written notes in a dynamic and simple manner, allowing the user to feel almost as if it is an extension of an application by Apple. Inc themselves.
Calcbot [rating: 2/5] The app store has hundreds of different calculator apps. The specialized calculators such as the graphing calculators, builder’s calculators, and engineering calculators all provide features not found in the native iPhone calculator app. The rest of the apps which seems to be nothing more than different user interfaces for the same basic calculator have always made me question … Read More
Readdle today releases ReaddleDocs for iPad 1.5, the updated version of its revolutionary application for managing files and reading documents on the iPad. Version 1.5 introduces highly anticipated support for highlight and text notes annotations inside PDF documents. Now ReaddleDocs uses can mark-up text inside PDF files in several colors, make notes and save these changes within the documents.
Turning my iPad into a second monitor was one of the first things I did with it. Luckily there are a number of apps of varying quality on the App Store that allow you to do so. I actually wrote my own in the end, because they weren’t quite up to my needs at the time. It was also a … Read More
World of Sand [rating: 2.5/5] Not all apps in the app store have to be about killing, racing or winning, in fact there are many that are just about the experience and that’s what World of Sand attempts to do. World of Sand provides a sandbox in both the literal and actual sense of the world as you are provided with … Read More
Apple confirmed today that it has sold 3 Million iPads in the 80 days since its launch. That means in the last three weeks Apple have sold another 1 Million iPads. As of today there are 11,000 Apps for the iPad. And some 225,000 iPhone / iPod Touch and iPad apps in Apple’s App Store. CUPERTINO, California June 22, 2010 … Read More
The iPad has already exceeded expectations in many ways. From one of the fastest selling personal computing devices in the history of technology to the rate of adoption among all facets of society, the iPad has rewritten the book on how a new device enters the market. Now comes news about developer adoption as well. The iPad App Store recently … Read More
Sideways [rating: 3.5/5] One of the things discussed when the iPad was launched was it’s impact on the print media. Would the iPad save it by enabling magazines and newspapers to utilize the new features to earn more revenue to stabilize the falling revenues of the print media or would it be the death nail in the print media’s coffin … Read More