Best Free Apps Apps
Dream On with DreamBeam, the "Dream Induction" App
There are at least a few iPhone apps that deal directly with sleep - ranging from relaxation and white noise apps to sleep diaries, but DreamBeam, which started as a paid app but is now available for free, is one of the few iPhone apps to lay claim to the concept of dream induction.1
Get Your Funny Bone Moooving with The Milking App
Forget the zombie apocalypse, cows are where it’s at. We’ve heard of the happy cows and the laughing cows, but The Milking App from cowsgaming.com has Daizy – the cow with attitude.
DiskHUB Pro is Superb File Management App for iOS
DiskHUB Pro is a file downloader and browser that makes downloading anything from the Web, cloud storage or your local desktop a snap. However, the question on my mind when taking the app for a spin was one necessity.
1Card is One Way to Streamline Customer Loyalty Cards
Loyalty cards are one of the leading marketing strategies used by nearly every retail establishment across the globe. As the number of loyalty or coupon cards increases, so does the bulk of our wallets and key rings – after all, we don’t want to miss out on a deal.
MyMusicCloud's Cross-Compatible Solution Streams Music to All Your Devices
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.
Conference Me In Takes Care of the Details for Hassle-Free Meetings
Conference Me In offers one-touch dialing that simplifies the process of joining conference calls and eliminates human errors and forgotten numbers.
Save Her, the Frantic Fish Tapping Game
Pit your fingers against the scariest fish in the depths of the sea in a tapping frenzy to save an innocent goldfish. Save Her is an endlessly running underwater defensive tapping game that features enemy sea creatures of varying speed and size honing in on a naïve little fish.
Check out HeyCheck for Photo Editing and Sharing
Photography enthusiasts can certainly enjoy a wealth of photo sharing and editing apps for iPhone, but in my opinion, some of the best ones are free.
Stitcher Radio Excels as a Discovery Engine for Internet Radio Enthusiasts
Stitcher Radio excels as a discovery engine. The app encourages exploration with channels that highlight the best Internet radio programs and podcasts.
Skype for iPad Still Offering Same Great Service As the Original
A few years ago, I offered English lessons via Skype to anyone wanting to improve their conversational skills. I spoke to a wide range of people, including a student from Japan, a businessmen from India and a mom in Spain.
Control the Elements With Alchemy for iPhone
There are a variety of alchemy games for pretty much every platform and iPhone has its own abundance of them – some paid and many free. Denis Butyletskiy created his version of Alchemy for iPhone in 2010 and it has a current total of 231 elements.
Tiny Review Features Short, and Often Clever, Location-Based Reviews
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a go-to source that could potentially provide reviews of places and things at a glance? Who wouldn’t want a quick, efficient and to-the-point review of a place, its service, food or current occupancy? Along these lines, Tiny Review for iPhone aims to be that source.
The Window Shopper by Blinds.com for Easier Window Blind Shopping
Shopping for window blinds isn’t always a fun task, but technology might make it a bit better. The Window Shopper by Blinds.com iPhone app is a step in the right direction for allowing users to compare different styles and colors of window blinds quickly and conveniently from home.
Ness for iPhone Provides Personalized Restaurant Recommendations
Ness for iPhone – a personal search engine offering restaurant recommendations - is similar to Yelp or Google Places Hotpot, only much more attractive.
Gluten Free Fast Food Provides a Rudimentary Dining Guide
Some say gluten free is a fad, but those with celiac disease and wheat allergy or intolerance will tell you different. If you or someone you know follows a gluten-free diet then you certainly know the biggest challenge is in eating out.