Whether it be for your school project, your office feat, or even your taxes, the PDF is king. If you're used to PDFs, you also know they're at times pesky to work with, especially when on your phone.
App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
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It’s a rare kid who finds learning for the sake of learning fun. That’s why parents and educators are always searching for engaging, entertaining ways to supplement and reinforce learning.
Anyone who works with groups of children knows how sometimes, despite our best efforts, the noise levels get a bit out of control. Teachers, day care providers and even parents will be pleased to know there’s a simple, practical app for monitoring noise levels and to help keep things under control.
The amazing aspect about the App Store is that there is always room for competition. Take for instance calendar and list maker apps, there is probably a new addition everyday and just when I think it's a crowded arena, something such as Awesome Calendar pops up and improves on the category.
Ever wonder what it's really like to develop an app? Meet Amit Barman from Apollo Software. In this interview, he shares his experience creating translate+, getting it released into the App Store and how using the Google and Bing API's affected his pricing model.
Two Towers is an interesting strategy card game with the goal of defeating your enemies to increase your territory to earn more coins and spells. And while you're battling, you also have to protect your own domains or they'll vanish quickly.