"Are we there yet?" Ah, the mantra of kids traveling in the backseat for ages. "Are you here yet?" Just as annoying, this friend, family and colleague quip via text and phone call is no longer needed with the real-time location sharing web and mobile app En Route!, which announced an update this week.
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Our world has become cluttered. It's not like it happened overnight. We've all been dealing with too many meetings, social engagements, birthdays, shopping lists, sitcoms and a smattering of other riffraff for quite some time.
With the iPhone, photography can be fun – especially ever since the jump to the 8-megapixel camera with the 4/4S. But to make the most of it, you gotta have a few apps that allow you to enhance and edit your photos.
Defy gravity with a high-tech version of the old-school hand-held games challenging players to put a ball in a hole. It sounds easy, but Gravity Force is a simple, free game that will challenge you to do just that.
Have you ever been in a situation where you opened an email and wished you hadn't? Whether it be contact from an annoying friend, previous romantic partner, former client or boss — chances are, you have been in a situation where you hoped you could just click a button and it was as if you had never received their email.
Those of us with fitness-minded goals can get an App Store workout just trying to find the ideal fitness and nutrition app. There are a few that combine bits and pieces of fitness, nutrition and exercise information into one app, some are specifically tailored to working out with no focus on nutrition, while others are geared towards diet and weight loss, but offer little guidance for working out.