Life is beautiful — when you know which iphone apps to use. For a list of our favorites, check out AppCraver’s Editor Picks for Best Lifestyle Apps for iPhone and iPad, or read on for current news and reviews of apps from the Lifestyle section of the iOS App Store.
Brick and Mortar Businesses Are Now on iOS with Pago
Customers Browse, Order and Pay from a Smartphone – Businesses Identify, Communicate, and Reward from an iPad – GoPago.com
San Francisco - August 9, 2011 - Pago Mobile launches today, offering brick and mortar businesses a new way to interact with their customers through smartphone technology.
Add Flair to Your Device With Pimp Your Screen
If you want fun and even outrageous images and backgrounds readily available to liven up your mobile iOS device, then Pimp Your Screen pretty much has it all. A rather nifty utility for sprucing up backgrounds, creating app shelves, and making home and lock screens with flair, Pimp Your Screen provides an easy way to customize your iPhone or iPad with various images and themes.
djay Takes Mixing a Party Playlist to New Level
An outstanding party playlist is irrevocably the most important part of the evening. It sets the tone for the night and can turn your shindig into a chest pounding, musical masterpiece or consequently, it can also turn the party into a "Hey, can we get that to go..." mass exodus.
TigerMe Club is Much More than Just How-To Dating App for Guys
TigerMe Club recently went on sale from $9.99 to $.99 and so my curiosity got the best of me. While I'm a happily to-be husband and father, I was very interested to check out the content and see if this "for men only" swagger app was worth the $9.99 regular price tag.
Panoramic City Views USA is Google Earth for XIX Century
Historical Society eat your heart out, the Panoramic City Views USA iPad app is by far one of the most interesting ways to travel back in time to yesteryear and experience America as it was over a 100 years ago.
Sneak a Peek Protects Shared Photos, no Saving or Forwarding
My days of playing tag and capture the flag were a complete blast, but nothing peeked my curiosity more than a good game of treasure hunt for a school project or at a family reunion. However, there are only so many ways to obscurely reveal hints to the final destination.
LotBraining Mental Training: Nirvana or a Pricey Way to Find Zen?
For busy people, their phone may be a source of stress perpetuating the “always on” way of life, but with the right app, can’t it also be a source of inspiration? Maybe. Given that there are a few different schools of thought when it comes to the power of meditation and mental preparation for life balance and success, the answer to whether or not an app can help you develop focus and concentration is best left to the experts.
TableTopics App Keeps the Conversation Flowing Wherever You Go
If you need a little help getting conversation started during your next dinner party, date night or even lunch with co-workers, then TableTopics mobile may be the answer. Based on the physical TableTopics “cube,” a collection of conversation starter cards, this app lets you take two sets of 60 questions to prompt conversation with you wherever you go.
Houzz Interior Design Ideas Brings Inspiration Home
New year, new room - nothing invokes the redecorating spirit more than a new year and a desire to beat the winter blahs. For those who are short on design ideas and in need of some inspiration to get this year’s room re-do underway, Houzz Interior Design Ideas is ideal.
Seafood Watch is a Must-Have App for Eco-Living Foodies
Seafood Watch is a mobile guide based on the Seafood Watch educational service from Monterey Bay Aquarium designed to help you make sustainable seafood choices quickly and easily. Seafood Guide allows you the convenience of access to an enormous amount of information right from your iPhone.
RecipePad Lets iPad Users Rule the Kitchen, and Organize Recipes
RecipePad - The iPad continues to become a chef's companion with an increasing number of apps dedicated to the culinary arts. Among the latest is RecipePad, which is usable for creating and saving recipes.
Cocktails HD: Perfect For Fancy People Who Put Booze in a Glass
I’m just going to do this review in full-on geezer mode. (For a female perspective on Cocktails HD, see our previous review of the iPhone version, Pocket Cocktails.)
Here’s how you make a martini.
Teach Me Sushi Expert - The Sushi Expert Followup
A follow up to the first sushi instructional app, Teach Me Sushi Expert has the same informative, quality video instruction as the original Teach Me Sushi, but includes a few added features.
Oil Change for iPhone Won't Change Much
If you follow the every three months/3,000 miles rule and have trouble finding a convenient place to get your oil changed, then let your iPhone find one for you with the Oil Change app. Oil Change is a location-based app that pin points nearby oil change franchises on the map and is also designed to sort the facilities by distance or price so you can comparison shop the service.
Teach Me Sushi, For Those Who Dare to Learn
Being somewhat challenged in the art of culinary preparation, I tend to keep an eye out for cooking and recipe apps that I find helpful but not too challenging. I've been through a plethora of free and paid apps in all manners and styles of food, recipes and so on, but would never have dared to seek out help with sushi.