iPhone Chronicles Day 21

It is day 21 today of the iPhone journey and I have mixed emotions to say the least. I miss my precious BlackBerry. I feel that overall this phone has stunted my work productivity. With games like Words with Friends, Gerd Arntz’s memory , and Angry birds I have barely been able to get any [...]

HTC ThunderBolt™

Ask Moore Questions: Thunderbolt vs. iPhone 5

First of all, thanks for all of the great questions sent to “Ask Moore Questions” (submit to askmoorequestions at gmail.com). I think this is going to be a great feature on the ZAGG Blog. Let me do my part and reply to one of the questions I recently received. Sam asks… Hey, You’ve got to [...]


Doodle Jump Hits 10M Downloads

On the iTunes site, the “Doodle Jump” app bares this warning: Insanely Addictive! And obviously they weren’t kidding around. This popular iPhone game will be celebrating its second birthday on Wednesday, as well as celebrating reaching 10 million downloads. Doodle Jump is one of the all-time best selling iPhone apps of its generation. The game [...]


DailyBooth – The Next Big Thing?

DailyBooth is claims to be “one big conversation about your life, through pictures.” When you go to their website, you sign up and take a photo and start sharing through a live news feed. DailyBooth prides itself on connecting people to their friends in real-time through “the use of pictures, exciting blurbs, and conversation starting [...]


iOS 4.3: A summary

Apple’s latest version of their iOS, 4.3 dropped today for download to iPad, iPhone 4 (GSM model only, sorry Verizon), iPhone 3GS, and 3rd & 4th generation iPod Touch owners everywhere. According to Steve Jobs at the iPad 2 event, 4.3 was to be released on Friday, March 11th (the same day as the iPad [...]

Taxi Hold’Em

The Most Useless iPhone Apps

We’ve all seen them. The apps that have no real purpose, but for some reason you can’t resist downloading them anyway.  Some of these simply waste time, while others may seem useful, fall short of actually being effective. Well, here are a few of those: Hold On! : This app is revolutionary. You put your [...]


Favorite Apps: Remember the Milk

As mentioned in a previous post, I’m a list/task junkie. There are few silly pleasures out there better then checking something off your list, especially when it has been on there for months. Apparently others share in this joy because there are hundreds, if not thousands of various task management apps, systems, programs and methods [...]


Twitter App Update

Twitter recently updated its iPhone and iPad apps and decided to add some new features, as many of you iPhone/iPad Tweeters are well aware.  Some of the changes they’ve made are pretty interesting, so let’s take a look at them. The new features include improved and enhanced photo options, auto-link shortening, an easier way to [...]


iPad 2 – Some Personal Thoughts

Now that the iPad 2 has officially been announced and you all have likely watched videos about it on Apple’s site, I thought it would be fun to go a little deeper in to it and offer some personal thoughts. Apple tends to rehash products they’ve come out with, making changes and tweaks here and [...]


iPhone Apps for Cheaper Gas

With gas prices on a steady incline lately, this could perhaps be the most useful app for my ever-shrinking wallet. Luckily the app store has my back. There are a multitude of apps for cheaper gas prices, but the one that seems to be the best is “GasBuddy”. They have the easiest to use interface, [...]

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