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Top 5 Finance Apps For iPhone/iPad Users

November 17, 2013 |

Considering that the iPhone/iPad is what you’re most likely to keep close to you at all times, it is perhaps the best place to compute and keep track of your savings and expenditure data. This is especially useful when you’re faced with an unexpected expenditure or want to buy something in the spur of the moment, and are not sure what impact it will have on the finances. Since few of us carry our bank statements and other documents, and logging into the bank account can be a pain, a good finance app provides the right solution for anyone who wants to access the state of his/her finances anytime, anywhere. Below, we’ve chosen the top 5 finance apps for iPhone/iPad users.

1) iReconcile [$2.99]

Coming with a simple interface, iReconcile provides one with useful functions like weekly, monthly and yearly savings and expenditure breakups, so you can track … Read More

Information On Latest iPad & List Of Must Have iPad Accessories

November 14, 2013 |

iPad is the common name given to the range of tablets that are designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The first ever iPad was launched in the year 2010. Since then different models have been launched and currently the fifth generation of these smart tablets have been launched recently. Two models of iPad are expected to go on sale starting this month of November. The first generation tablet sold 15 million units from its release until iPad2 was available in the stores. iPad2 added dual core processors and front VGA and rear cameras. The proprietary retina display and new quad core GPUs were added to the third generation tablets from Apple. Also full HD video recording, LTE connectivity were also important features to be present in the model released in the first half of 2012. From the fourth generation of iPads, the lightning connector is offered in place of the older 30 pin … Read More

Pool Of Benefits At Apple Shark

October 28, 2013 |

We are living in a society where technology is developing every second. A new thing today is becoming obsolete tomorrow. Newer challenges have been giving passage to invention of new things every day. An advanced technology is being taken over by a multiple of more sophisticated technologies. At Apple Shark, you can sell out your old Apple product at a good deal of cash. Surprised? Yes it is possible. So do not waste your time anymore in holding with your old device. There is already an upgraded version in the market. You can delve your hands into it by getting your money in no time.

Apple Shark deals in recycling the Apple products. They have a well rounded research and development team who are highly knowledgeable on the various recourses and regulations. They know the right ways to use the Apple product that you send across to them. There are … Read More

5 Android & IOS Apps and Become A Professional Photographer!

October 11, 2013 |

Photos! Each one of us loves to leave something out of a perfect moment we experience. Thus, we collect photos on special occasions, travels, and even just any day we want.

Our smartphones are always on the go for taking pictures and we always want to make sure that every photo taken will have not just a good, but excellent look. Though an almost perfect photo image may be achieved using an SLR gadget. However, what we have usually in hand is our smartphones. Because of that, photo applications are now on the edge. And, sometimes, using these apps feels like being a professional photographer.

Here are the widely hand-picked top five apps for IOS and Androids smartphones.

5. Camera+ 4

Camera+ has been a choice for many users. An application that has all-in-one beginner’s basic needs that combine camera and editor. And, with … Read More

Shopping For iPhone Online – Know The Basic Facts Before Buying

October 1, 2013 |

Online shopping is increasingly becoming popular all over the world. People get online to get everything from health care and skin care products to kitchenware and from old shoes to the latest gadgets. There may be times when you are looking at the wrong store to find your particular items. For example, you may not know where to buy latest iPhones and its accessories. The best place to look for it is not the store that sells phone but something that is specific online such as you can get iPhone at BIG W.

Why have iPhone Online

IPhones are very popular today and it has become a must have gadget among the phone lovers. The reason behind its popularity is the premium design, variety of apps and amazing features. iPhones are expensive but with online shopping you can have coupons and codes to have discounts. Thus getting iPhone online … Read More

Apple iPad At Its Assistive Best – 5 Expert Technologies To Aid You

July 26, 2013 |

You see amongst all other purposes that the Apple iPad is known to serve, there’s also the fact that it proves apt as an assistive technology. The iPad after all happens to be a fabulous learning tool. You see, for more than 20 years Apple has been dedicated towards providing new and innovative solutions and that too for people who’ve got disabilities. This assistive technology is for them so that they can help these people access as well as enjoy using them.


5 Unique Assistive Technologies Provided by Apple

Enlisted below are 5 unique assistive technologies that is provided by the Apple iPad.

  1. The Guided Access:
  2. This is a special assistive technology that’d prove beneficial for students with autism or those who’ve got other attention and sensory challenges. Guided Access helps such students stay on task. Through the right application wandering taps and gestures won’t … Read More

Apple 60W MagSafe Power Adaptor

June 28, 2013 |

Apple 60W MagSafe Power Adaptor Review for Macbook and 13″ Macbook pro

All of Apple’s MagSafe adapters used to charge MacBooks makes it possible for the connector to instantly detach from the computer when the cable is under tension. The MagSafe technology is highly beneficial to protect your MacBook from falling from a height if the cable tangles to your foot or accidentally pulled.

The 60 watts adapter from Apple also incorporates the MagSafe technology. The DC connector is magnetic that ensures that the power cable disconnects if the cable is under strain. It not only prevents the laptop from falling down from the resting perch, but also prevents the cable from weakening or fraying over time.


The design is phenomenal when it comes to both looks and functionality. The adapter is perfect for someone who travels quite often. The Apple MagSafe 60W Power Adapter is certainly great for portability and … Read More

Apple’s Resized SIM Cards

May 29, 2013 |

If you own an iPhone 5, whether you know it or not, you’re already a user of the new Nano SIM card modules. Apple is known for being a technological pioneer, and it was the first manufacturer that brought us the previous generation Micro SIM cards, which all major phone manufacturers have now adopted as a mainstream standard.

The Basics

SIM stands for subscriber identity (or identification) module. It is an integrated circuit that stores the identity and related key of the user, in a secure way used to authenticate subscribers on mobile telephony devices.

A SIM card embeds a SIM in a removable plastic and metal strip, used to identify the mobile subscriber to the network without which the device is useless. The original SIM card was made the same size as credit cards (85.60 mm x 53.98 mm x 0.76 mm) and was never widely used. Technically speaking, the SIM cards we … Read More

Guide to Transferring Data from One iPhone to another

May 1, 2013 |

If you are one of those new iPhone owners, congratulations, you have entered into the world that you had never witnessed before. With iPhone you can do tons of things, and in order to be able to use this ultra high-tech device to its full capacity, you must first understand all of its features. Most of the iPhone users don’t even know the features that iPhone provides them, and they use it just to make calls, Internet and SMS. You have to do a little research though to find out the complete list of features that your iPhone has and what else can you do with iPhone besides normal mobile stuff.

In this article we are going to discuss one of such iPhone features that a normal End-User don’t know about, and it is essential to teach iPhone users regarding this feature as it can make their life  a lot easier. We are going to … Read More

Synchronizing your Facebook, Google, Yahoo and Windows Live calendars

April 17, 2013 |

If you use multiple services with their own calendar, it is difficult to keep up with all events. Facebook, Google, Yahoo and Hotmail are some of the most popular services offering calendars. The good part is that some of these services allow you to export / import events so that you can centralize them in a single calendar if you wish, keeping your list of events cleaner. Suppose you prefer Google Calendar, but also use the one from Facebook for events created on this platform. The most convenient option in such a situation would be to import events from Facebook into to track all events in one place so you could plan your time more quickly and with less effort.

Before going into details, it is important to remember that importing / exporting data can be achieved in two ways: local iCal / ICS files and links to XML data sheets / iCal files hosted … Read More

How Apple Can Revolutionise Learning with Digital Textbooks

March 4, 2013 |

The free Apple iBooks2 application promises to bring some big changes to the world of learning. With the firm now allowing text books to be made available for its gadgets it is clear that some people are going to be paying a lot more attention to their studies soon.

Are Books Boring?

If you are a keen reader you probably don’t think that books are boring at all. However, for some people the idea of carrying a conventional paper book around with them or reading one in public is not worth thinking about. These people are far more likely to do some studying if it can be done on a super cool iPhone or iPad, aren’t they? This advance might not go all the way towards making reading hip but it will certainly make sure that there is one less reason for avoiding it. Showing your classmates what you are reading could become a lot … Read More

Fitness Apps – Your Phone Will Get You In Shape

January 27, 2013 |

You know how you have a sedentary job and then you get home and sit some more in front of your computer or switch to a TV for a lie-down on the couch? And after a tough day at the office, who could blame you, with a boss breathing down your neck and deadlines piling up. Yet, even though it’s tough to will yourself to it, the best cure when feeling caught in a rat’s maze of everyday life struggle (apart from getting wasted every night – which is most likely NOT going to boost your productivity) is to get some physical exercise.

Yeah, I know, you’ve heard it all before, but bare with me, cause I’m going for the interesting ones – the mobile apps that will make you want to move. There’s a number of them out there that help out with the more boring aspects of working out, such as pedometers, or … Read More

The story behind the fall of Apple shares

December 19, 2012 |

A fall of about 25 % is noticed in the share price of Apple since the highest recorded price set by it three months ago. The U.S analysts have lowered the price targets for this U. S. Giant in the last few days.

Android Smartphones continue to be at the top compared to the Apples iOS. The ratio is nearly 1:7. This had made the matter worse for Apple.

In the concepts of medium term, Apple has the potential to shine back in its price and image, while in short term concepts, the view of analysts and investors are Apple is losing its bite.

With the launch of the iPhone the price went higher up to $ 702.10 but as soon as the freshness faded the price fall down to the $ 500 mark. December 17th saw the worse when the price fell below the psychological mark of $ 500. The prices climbed that very … Read More