Game Maker Zynga Is On The Up And Up

If you have a smartphone, the likelihood that you have played a Zynga games is pretty high.  Zynga is famous for its games like Words With Friends and Hanging With Friends.  These games are highly addictive, as long as you have friends to play them with.  Since the apps sync nicely with Facebook, it is [...]


Apps To Improve Your Life And Add Creativity

People don’t ordinarily make resolutions for self-improvement in the middle of the summer (a process that is normally reserved for New Years), but why should you not be improving yourself at all times?  To this end, there are three apps that you may want to take a look at, if you’re feeling like your life [...]


Let your baby name itself…with an app!

An app called “Kick to Pick” released in April allows unborn babies to choose their names based on baby movements. “Any kick detected by the program will then stop the generator at the baby’s chosen name, ready for the parents to accept their child’s choice or dismiss the name and start their search again,” says [...]

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Social media comes to life

Apple applied for a patent last week for a new kind of social app: one based on your location. Instead of finding friends online purely because of like interests or similar life goals, this app allows users to meet people in person based on their personal profiles, some data from their phone, and their locations. [...]

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Facebook app rumors

The news is out! Facebook is in the final stages of developing an “official” Facebook app for the iPad. Finally, after about a year with the iPad we will finally have an official Facebook app. Took enough time, eh? Rumor has it it may launch in the coming weeks, or at least we’ll hear more [...]


More iOS 5 deets: Custom Vibrations

iOS 5 keeps blowing me away. My latest research brings to light a feature with which you can not only set different vibrations for different contacts (for example “heartbeat” or “symphony”), you can create your own vibrations. Amazing, if you ask me. The logic behind the feature is to enhance accessibility capabilities; in other words, [...]


iMessage to destroy text messaging plans?

Apparently, according to Daring Fireball, iPhone carriers AT&T, Verizon, and others found out about the new messaging app at the keynote yesterday. iMessage gives iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users free and unlimited text, picture, video, location, or data messaging between iOS 5 devices (iPhones, iPod touches, & iPads).


Patchlife: A diary of your online life

I signed up for Patchlife (Beta) the other day, intrigued by the idea of an online diary of my social media interactions. Patchlife integrates your activity on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr, Foursquare, Instagram, Posterous, and any blog RSS feeds to create a calendar of posts. Pros: With a clean, simple interface, Patchlife is a cinch [...]


Streamline Your Life With These Apps

Technology-enthusiasts are always looking for ways to streamline their lives and consolidate the many aspects of their lives in to fewer categories.  If you are one of these people, the kind who like to have an app that handles a multiplicity of jobs for you, you may want to have a peek at the following [...]


Streamlined Payments by Square for iPad & iPhone

On Monday, Square unveiled an update to its payment app for iPad and iPhone: Square Register.  This app benefits both users and merchants: users will be able to avoid lines and pay for their items quicker and merchants will have immediate information about their customers. Sounds like a win-win, to me. The original Square Register [...]

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