Well, kids, summer is officially over which means students everywhere are heading back to the school. And for those freshman entering the unknown at their college of choice — or college of "this is the only one I got accepted to" — you undoubtedly have a smartphone and most likely it's an iPhone.
App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
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At one point in your life, you will find something that impresses you so much that you want to tell the entire world. For me, at this point in my life, it is Infinity Field, the award-winning geometrical shape blasting masterpiece.
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Ever sat back and thought "Gee, I wish my news feed had more of a 'Hollywood Squares' feel to it?" Truth be told, you probably haven't evet thought that. But, trust me, it's much more elegant than it sounds: An ordered grid of news and social content can speed up your daily browsing by letting you skim through your favorite providers' content without the need to open and peruse tabs individually.
With school back in session, the power of Apple’s touch devices as an educational tool is certainly timely. Parents and teachers looking for apps that assist in learning may want to take note of a new app by L’Escapadou called Word Wizard.
Geochaching and iPhone apps, two of my favorite things, have combined to bring a bit of fun and awareness to the state of New Mexico. The Catch the Kid app, created as a campaign by the famed creatives at M&C Saatchi for the New Mexico Tourism Department (NMTD), is a very large-scale scavenger hunt for outlaw Billy the Kid.
As a photo addict, I'm always on the hunt for iPhone photo apps. The latest and greatest is Color Range, an iOS app that specializes in adding selective color effects to pics in your iPhone or iPad Photo Library.