If you are in a weekly golf league, or just golf with your friends, you should take a look at the MyGolfLeaderboard app. You get real-time scoring, stats and handicap information easily at hand. And, of course, an easy way to keep track of who is in the lead. There are 15,000 courses to choose from, so get your clubs and your buddies and go out and try this app. Continue reading →
Tired of holding your camera out in front of you to get group pictures? Wave Cam allows you to set your iPhone down, step back (or sit back) several feet and take a photo. All you do is wave. It’s great for group photos or more natural looking selfies. It’s so easy you’ll want to take more and more photos. Continue reading →
RealMac, the makers of the popular, simple, useful app CLEAR are introducing a new app, Analog for iPhone. Available now on the MAC, it will be coming our way soon. Stay tuned for the official announcement. The app has multiple filters and images can quickly be shared. This could be the photo app that sets the standard for ease of use and flexibility.
Real Mac wrote the book on gesture based apps. I’m looking forward to testing and reviewing this one.
If you are interested in an app that offers you varied weather information that is easy to access, then Yahoo! Weather is the app for you. I’ve reviewed a lot of weather apps, and tried them regularly and I’m finding this new Yahoo! app very appealing. All the information is available by swiping left/right or up/down. It doesn’t get any easier than that!
Do you need a way to keep track of your medications? Do you need to take medications more than once a day and find it difficult to remember? If so, Mango Health is your answer. It not only provides reminders, but valuable medication information too. Plus, you have the opportunity to earn points and win prizes. If you want all of that in a colorful, easy to ready package – then Mango Health is your app! Continue reading →
There’s no shortage of ways to make your iPad or iPad mini work faster and easier. Using gestures instead of clicks is faster, and frankly fun. With just a little bit of practice you’ll look like an expert.
Finish is a procrastinator’s dream – well, if your dream is to finish things. This app allows you to see your short-term, mid-term and long-term tasks at a glance. This app helps you stay focused on what you committed to work on during a certain time and still keeps what’s coming up visible. You might gather from my app reviews that I have a lot of tasks and I struggle to keep up with them. That would be completely accurate. I have tried a lot of productivity, to-do type apps and now, Finish is my go to app.
There isn’t a shortage of search engine apps, and you likely have a favorite. With that in mind, I suggest you try izik to enjoy a magazine-like experience. Your results are ordered in a way that is helpful and attractive and always graphic. After trying it, you may change your search engine preference to izik. It’s fun and provides results. What more could you ask for? Continue reading →
7 Little Words is a simple, but challenging word game. This app offers you an opportunity to boost your brain power while having fun. The simple design and functionality allow you to get started playing quickly.
Learning how to manage the apps on your device is an important skill. You can delete apps, move apps around on your screen and organize them by folders. Master these steps and you’ll find your device more useful. Continue reading →
One of the joys of using an iPhone is the ability to take and manipulate photos. The name of this app, Pixies – Fun with Photos really tells you all you need to know. The only other thing you need to know is that it’s so easy. This is one of those apps that just makes you want to go through your camera roll, add to your photos and share them. Continue reading →
Memory Mate Pro for iPhone or iPad, helps you manage your RAM memory by freeing up space. This app is easy to use and graphically interesting. You are likely not aware of how much RAM you are using, but high usage could slow down processes. Continue reading →
We talk about the weather because it impacts our lives. It’s that simple and that’s why there are so many apps out there to help us find out the weather at any moment. I’ve reviewed a number of them but have found one that provides me just what I need on a day-by-day, hour-by-hour basis. That app, Climate Clock, displays the temperature on an analog clock. It allows you to see the weather now – and for the next ten hours. Continue reading →
If you share your device with your child or grandchild, you may want to restrict some of the functions of the iPhone or iPad. Why should you do this? Without creating parental controls or restrictions apps can be deleted, new apps installed, explicit material revealed or costs incurred with in-app purchases. Continue reading →
This isn’t your average weather app. You can use this new cool weather app to get the information you need in a format that does not bore you silly. Swackett for iPad does not skimp on information. You get the full gamut from current conditions to in-depth radar. All of this is wrapped up in a colorful, fun package. I can easily see it as valuable for adults and a way to engage children in understanding how weather works. Continue reading →