Gmail on the iPhone? Yes please!

For years iPhone users have only had two options to access their Gmail. They either had to use the email client built in to the iPhone or use the Gmail web app. For the most part these functioned great but were still missing a few key features of Gmail. Google has taken their favorite features [...]

Wanna Be An iOS Game Programmer? Check Out Codify

Making stuff on your iPad is impossible. The iPad is a consumption device. Enter Codify. Codify for iPad lets you create games and simulations — or just about any visual idea you have. Turn your thoughts into interactive creations that make use of iPad features like Multi-Touch and the accelerometer. Pretty cool, and a ton [...]

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iMessage, 3 reasons it has changed my life

iOS 5 added a new app to the mobile OS called iMessage. As part of this release iPod Touch and iPad users are now able to send unlimited text messages to other iMessage users. At first I didn’t think that this service was going to make that big of an impact in my life but [...]


Marketshare of Android Tablets Shipped vs iPads Sold

I feel like this conversation is never ending. Android tablets have virtually no presence in actual consumers. Kevin Tofel asked about a 26.9 Android Tablet “market share” reported by Strategy Analytics. I asked Strategy Analytics to clarify both of those points and received the following email response from Neil Mawston, the analyst who wrote the [...]


Is Newsstand the game-changer publishers wanted when the first iPad was announced?

When iOS 5 came out, my Twitter stream was filled with users who were trying to get rid of Newsstand on their homescreen. I thought for sure it would be a dud. It turns out I follow a lot of techie guys and girls. For most of us it’s annoying, but for non-power users “it [...]

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Why is Apple dominating? They have a product for everyone

Ten years ago Apple announced the first iPod. Since then they have released a plethora of products. I am sure Apple knows its potential and has worked hard to dominate the market in all areas. With a recent phone release and other price drops there is at least one apple product that everyone could use [...]


iOS 5 Upgrades the Apps You Already Have

Calendar App – Touch and Add Super basic functionality that seems so intuitive, I can’t believe they haven’t had this before. You just need to tap on the time you want to set an appointment and drag if you want it longer. Maps App – Alternate Routes Who the heck hasn’t wanted this!? performs [...]


How To: Delete Photos from Photo Stream in iCloud.

Photo Stream is a feature in Apple’s new iCloud which allows Apple users to wirelessly sync photos and video between multiple idevices. The service lets you take a picture on your iPhone or iPad 2 running iOS 5 and have it uploaded automatically to your Photo Stream folder. The photos are then made available on [...]


Split Keyboard On iOS 5 For iPad Speeds Things Up

Split Keyboard With iOS 5, iPad gains the ability to not only undock the keyboard and slide it up as high as your little heart can hope, but to split it apart for easier thumb-typing. It works well for both portrait and landscape, but is definitely a better option. Not a Physical Keyboard Obviously if [...]

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Facebook for iPad Now Available!

After much waiting, Facebook has finally released its iPad application. This is great news for all who have struggled through the web version in Safari or dealt with using the bad graphics in the iPhone version at 2x. Facebook is promoting the app with these following features. A hands-on Facebook Use your fingertips to scroll [...]

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