Ever find yourself thinking, “Wow, this iPad is great. If only I could use Internet Explorer.” OK, probably not. Most people who want to use an iPad to access their Windows desktop or use programs on their home computer have more complex needs than browsing the Internet.
Articles and Reviews by Barbara Holbrook
I’ve been on a mission recently to find a really good app for making photo-to-video slideshows. Of course it had to be simple, so stylish templates were a pre-requisite. And, I’m a bit of a control freak, so I wanted to know that themes wouldn’t be overly restrictive either.
The iPad is a device that encourages multimedia consumption. I read more tweets, play more With Friends and watch more videos ... well, at least, until recently. Video on the iPad just isn't the same since iOS 6.
Designing a better task manager is the 21st century equivalent of building a better mousetrap, as such, developers have been trying to improve the to-do list as long as they've been writing code.
Zippy Yum presents an interactive menu and ordering system that connects to Subway restaurants in Orange County. Pretty awesome if you live in the area.
Interview: Indie Developer Mike Mulholland of pixelZapp brings visual effects skills to the gaming world with his first app Puzzle-Rocket.
Ever wonder what it's really like to develop your first app? Meet Lauren Foster and Christine Tseng from CatFoster Media. In this interview, Lauren Foster and Christine Tseng answers our questions and offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into what it was like to create Zombie Burst and get it released into the App Store.
What do you see when you look around? If you think everyone and their mother already has an iPhone, just wait. With Cricket and other no-contract carriers joining the party, the party is about to get a whole lot more crowded.
If you've ever used a survey site to earn money, then Mobile Rewards will seem very familiar. Read this review to see if the iPhone app is as rewarding.
Classical Music for Babies provides a streamlined method for playing music designed to enhance the minds of young children using the Mozart effect.
If you're the type who lives life with a custom soundtrack of personalized playlists, streaming music over the cloud is the best thing since the iPod put 5,000 songs in your pocket. As any music lover can attest, once your collection is over a few gigs of data, it becomes impossible to store on your mobile device.
Conference Me In offers one-touch dialing that simplifies the process of joining conference calls and eliminates human errors and forgotten numbers.
It's a tradeoff we all have to make, but that doesn't mean we like it: our smartphones sometimes load us down with stress even as they make our lives easier. The nature of the modern workplace is such that it's usually a challenge to completely "disconnect" and spend some time recharging your mood.
Ever wonder what it's really like to develop your first app? Meet Matthieu Laban and Philippe Rollin from Flying Development Studio LLC. In this interview, Matthieu Laban and Philippe Rollin answers our questions and offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into what it was like to create Infinite Flight and get it released into the App Store.
There are more than a handful of apps to create personalized avatars and cartoon characters. Each has it's own style, but until now, I haven't known of an app that gives quite the same effect as BobbleShop.