If you are looking for a calculator that is loaded with features, FastCalc is the one for you and is available for both the iPhone and iPad. With touch functionality, you can add numbers and change from multiplication, to division to addition easily. Not only that, you can change the display from the plain gray and white shown in the photos to vivid and interesting colors.
Piikki: Receipt Scanner & Expense Report app for iPad and iPhone is a cross between a scanner and a money management app. Through scanning your receipts you can create files by expense type and view expense charts. Not only can you save your receipts, but you can organize them for future IRS filings, company expenses, or by member of the family.
There are a lot of list making apps and even specific grocery list apps on the app store. I’ve tried a number of them and have used a few for years, but Grocery List – Buy Me a Pie! for iPhone and iPad is my new favorite. Probably because it is so easy to prepare a list. And, it is equally easy to prepare a list and share it with friends and family. Give it a try and see what you think.
Perhaps the best known name in Bird Watching is Roger Tory Peterson. Peterson Birds—A Field Guide to Birds of North America for iPhone and iPad is easy to use and a great start for new birdwatchers. This app allows you to quickly identify birds you see through illustrations. You can read about them, see a map of their habit and upload your photos. And, of course, build a life list of bird sightings. Over 50 million people enjoy this sport – give it a try.
IFTTT app allows you to create recipes for actions. The recipes are “if this, then that” scenarios. If breaking news happens about your favorite sports team, you can set up a text message.You can set up text messages to warn you about weather alerts. Since IFTTT connects to email, social media, sports, health and other apps there are a fair number of options to create “recipes” for actions for you. I wasn’t sure I would like this, but I am getting regular emails about free Kindle books and have downloaded a fair number of them. I’ve also passed on a number of them – but I wouldn’t have found the books without IFTTT. And, I’m sure Amazon would appreciate this, liked the books so much that I purchased additional books by the author.
In our technological world the need to scan a document seems to be common. Scanners as desk top devices are available at times, but wouldn’t it be handy if you can scan from your iPhone or iPad? Well, many apps do it, but Black and White Scanner or iPhone or iPad makes it really easy. Easy, to do standard documents, standard optional choices and even custom options. Give it a try and see what you think. Continue reading →
NoteSuite may just be the best note-taking, task-management app I have found. It has amazing functionality and works well on a day-to-day basis. I know I've said this before, but this is my go to app. I've already recommended it to a number of friends and tested in real-world situations. As you can tell, I'm pretty impressed with this app. Read on to find out what functionality makes this app special.
This app, Glasses.com, is the perfect companion to help you shop for frames for your lenses. I don’t know about you, but when I am standing in a store I would prefer to shop for frames with my glasses on! This app allows you to see how frames look on your face and order them through the app. With the information provided, you could, of course, find a local store, go try them on and then arrange for your purchase through them. I happen to be in the market for new frames, so this app came along at a perfect time.
I'm not one of those people who searches for new and different alarm clock apps. The standard one was fine with me until I discovered Wake Up With Disney for iPhone and iPad. This app has all the standard functionality of an alarm clock app, but with a Disney twist. What would be better than to have Donald Duck screaming at you to wake up. It made me laugh as I was testing it and I really do believe it would make me laugh every morning. This could be appealing to children, but it's equally appealing to us grownups. Why shouldn't it be, we've known Donald for a long time. Continue reading →
Gestured based and easy to use, Analog Camera is my new "go to" app for photography. Created by the designers of the marvelous task app, CLEAR, this app pares down the tasks you need to do into simple pieces and allows you to capture moments and share them with only a few easy gestures.
CamFind allows you to take a photo of something to find out more about it. That sounds simple when you try an object like an iPod. You get the expected results, what it is, where you can buy it (relative to where you are) , product reviews and general info. That is impressive, but nearly as impressive as taking a picture of a flower or a building around you and having it respond, fairly quickly, with everything you would want to know about it. CamFind delivers amazing results and is likely to settle a bar bet or two. Continue reading →
I have to admit that I wasn’t searching for a new mailbox and was satisfied with the functionality of the one supplied by Apple. I know there are a lot of better mailboxes out there, but I need one that combines my Google, Yahoo and POP accounts. Why would I switch to one that only handled my Google account. Well, the functionality of the Orchestra, Inc. iPad and iPhone Mailbox looked to be significantly improved and it promises to add other options. With that promise, I downloaded the app and fell in love.
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 →