Have a sudden idea for an app? These sketch cards were made for those moments. Complete with the outline of an iPhone, the sketch pads create a unique canvas for app ideas everywhere.
The American Red Cross has released Tornado, an iOS and Android app, to will help those at risk prepare for tornado season. The app alerts users of tornado warnings, provides checklists to prepare for tornadoes, has quizzes to educate you and even has a feature to let your friends and families know you’re safe through social media, [...]
What were you doing May 16th? Probably not winning $10,000 like Brandon Ashmore from Ohio. Brandon was the winner of “Apple’s 50 billion app Countdown” contest by downloading the popular app from the band OK Go, Say the Same Thing. Lucky Mr. Ashmore received an iTunes Card worth US$10,000 to use at his discretion. The press [...]
If you think about the most common things people do with their iPad, email is almost always towards the top of the list. Apple’s standard Mail app that comes preloaded on all iPads works fine, but some find it certain features. We’ve seen new and improved email apps for the iPhone (Mailbox, anyone?) but really [...]
Device Improves Posture By Sensing And Vibrating When You Slouch (And Sends Feedback To Your Smartphone)
LUMOback is a thin sensor worn around the waist to help users improve posture. The gadget, which is available for purchase for $149, vibrates when poor posture is detected. Additionally, the device syncs with a mobile app to provide feedback and data to the user. For more information on LUMOback, click here.
Bitcasa announced today that its unlimited cloud storage service is coming out of beta. From Bitcasa’s press release: “Bitcasa simplifies storage with the Infinite Drive, which works like a magic external hard drive that never crashes or runs out of space. Users can free up space by moving files from laptop and mobile devices into the [...]
PushBullet App Is The Perfect Solution For Sending Directions, Lists, Or Any Text From Your Computer To Your Android
Have you ever been in a situation where you are sitting at your computer and looking for directions to a meeting, so you go to Google Maps, type in the address, get directions, but then later repeat the entire process on your smartphone? How about typing a grocery list or a reminder? Have you ever [...]