Microsoft OneNote, which is a note taking and sharing program available in Microsoft Office 2010 and as a web app, is now available as a mobile app for iPhone and iPad. OneNote has some pros and is a good snag for heavy Office users with PCs, but it is far from a perfected note sharing application and may cause cross-platform users to wonder (again) if Microsoft and Apple will ever play nice.
App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
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How the world has changed since the iPod gave us 1,000 songs in our pocket. Now, through the Spotify Premium service, we have access to 15 million songs. Plus, it allows us to take all of our playlists no matter if we're connected or not.
If you like fun photo apps, then you might want to check out WordFoto by bitCycle. This app expands on the tired adage “a picture’s worth a thousand words” and lets users take any picture and use any word to create a one-of-a-kind fun piece of photographic art.
The Habit Factor is by and large one of the most useful productivity apps in giving yourself a fighting chance to succeed in forming positive habits. This is not a GTD product, rather it's a self awareness app that helps you set goals and assign the habits to make those goals a reality.
A fashion-fun app for girls, the Dress App is a combination fashion show and pattern-recognition game. Dress App is like a modern-day paper-doll and game rolled into one. Four fashion-forward cities – Paris, New York, Tokyo and Milan – are represented by different models, each with their own array of fashion items to model.
The infamous Yellow Pages has really had no choice but to embrace digital reinventions of itself and while the Yellow Pages Mobile app rolled out quite some time ago, it scored a 2011 “Best in Mobile” Digi Award winner for location services.