Archive for the Reviews Category

David Pogue on iOS 7

Posted on September 18, 2013 by

David Pogue from the New York Times has a great review of iOS 7, you can read the entire article here. The big Apple news this week might seem to be the new iPhones. But truth be told, the bigger news is iOS 7. The look of iOS 7 may grab you or not. But […]

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First iPhone 5c Reviews: ‘Feels as Solid as the 5s’, ‘Most Beautiful iPhone Since the 4 and 4s’

Posted on September 18, 2013 by

At Apple’s media event last week, Apple handed out some iPhone 5C unites to various publications. The embargo on reviews has now been lifted and reactions are now being posted. Here are some interesting excerpts that highlight some of the reactions to the iPhone 5C. For reactions to the iPhone 5S, check out this article. […]

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iPhone 5S Reviews: Two-Tone Flash Produces ‘Lovely Results’, Touch ID a ‘Genuinely Awesome’

Posted on September 18, 2013 by

The first iPhone 5S reviews are coming in, and here are some excerpts: Jim Dalrymple, The Loop Setting up a fingerprint is as easy as resting your finger on the Home button and following the onscreen instructions. The button will vibrate when it’s reading; lift your finger and rest it on the button again; and repeat […]

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Easily Make Anyone Look Naked With This iPhone App

Posted on February 12, 2013 by

Do you want to make someone look naked? There’s an app for that, and it’s called Nudifier. Nudifier lets you take a completely innocent photo of grandma sitting on her porch and make it look like she’s a crazy old lady sitting outside nude. Of course, if your grandma actually does sit on her porch […]

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Review: Mailbox for iPhone Rethinks Email Management

Posted on February 10, 2013 by

Mailbox is a new email app for iPhone that is getting a lot of attention. What sets Mailbox apart from other email apps is the ability to easily snooze emails until later. Instead of having dozens of unread emails sitting in your inbox, Mailbox lets you focus on only the ones that are important right […]

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Ink for iOS is Simple and Beautiful

Posted on January 12, 2013 by

If you are looking for a simple note-taking/sketching app for iPhone and iPad, Ink is perfect for you. Ink is a canvas for instantly capturing a rough sketch or back-of-a-napkin idea. The only features are smooth ink on soft paper with built-in sharing…..it doesn’t get any simpler than this. Ink is a universal app and […]

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iPhone 5 Review: Apple Has Chiseled the Smartphone to Near Perfection

Posted on September 18, 2012 by

MG Siegler over at TechCrunch reviewed the iPhone 5, and to sum it up, it’s awesome. Reading the press coverage since the unveiling, you may have heard that the iPhone 5 is disappointing, or boring. Those people, quite frankly, are fools. They either haven’t actually used the device, or only played with it for a […]

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Awesome Games for iPhone and iPad

Posted on August 21, 2012 by

We have a few iPhone and iPad games you might want to check out this week, including Random Heros, Organ Trail: Director’s Cut and HORN. Plus, you may be interested in another awesome games for iPad like Scribblenauts Remix, which was recently updated. Random Heros A group of unlikely heroes are set out to save […]

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Review: Easily Recover Deleted or Damaged Files From Your Mac with Disk Drill Pro

Posted on May 20, 2012 by

Being a computer technician, I see a lot of people bring Macs and PCs in needing files recovered that were accidentally deleted, or even more often, from a failing or corrupted hard drive. I’m a strong proponent of having constant backups using services like SugarSync, Backblaze and of course, Apple’s Time Machine. But many people learn their lesson […]

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SugarSync Updates iPad App With Awesome New Interface

Posted on March 22, 2012 by

SugarSync just updated their iPad app to version 3.0, bringing an awesome new interface that will make even Apple’s UI design team a little jealous. SugarSync’s app now uses sliding “panels” or “cards” that slip above and below each other, similar to Twitter for iPad. This type of touch interface seems to be catching on […]

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