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The Right Accessories for Apple Products

December 14, 2012 |

You’re not getting the most out of your iPad unless you have the right iPad accessories. Notice I said “the right” accessories. Sure some accessories may be pricey, but hey, not all of them are. Some of them are just better, and that is why the price is higher.

Having the correct accessories can greatly increase your productivity.  You can also increase the life of your tablet or phone with high quality screen protectors.  Do you travel? How about a backup power supply for when you can’t find an outlet to charge up your device?

We are going to give you our recommendations in this article.  But first, we want you to know what went into choices. We’ve taken the time to test each of the products on this list.  The recommendations come from real world experience.  We tried our best to be unbiased.

Here are the top five accessories that will surely boost that … Read More

Apple confers that aluminium scratching is normal

September 27, 2012 |

Reports have particularized the answer made to the query of a customer by Apple SVP of Marketing Phil Schiller. The query proposed the question that the side border gets scratched of black and then it was a slate iPhone 5, via an email received by 9to5Mac. For Schiller’s answer it’s difficult to comment it as unimpressive or an answer covering the scratching aluminium. Schiller apparently responded to concerns by pointing out that aluminum is naturally subject to scratches, and that minor chips over time are to be expected with the iPhone 5?s construction materials.

9to5Mac possesses the full email which was verified by the headers so that it may be conveyed that it was customary email by Apple. The texts in the email dragged forward read:

Any aluminum product may scratch or chip with use, exposing its natural silver color. That is normal.

As the survey speaks that aluminium is comparatively softer than glass, … Read More

The Dark Knight Rises Game for iPhone and iPad (Review)

August 20, 2012 |

 

Here’s the detail review of new iphone and ipad game The Dark Knight Rises, to read more reviews of best iphone games visit bestiphone5apps.us

The Dark Knight Rises ios game is based loosely on the recent movie – but, frankly, the name is pretty much where the similarities end. Besides a few nods to Christopher Nolan’s storyline, as if the game had been plotted after overhearing someone describe the film down the pub, the game has none of the wit, drama or human interest you might hope for.

Vehicles are unlocked rather late in the game. Until then, Batman zips to the top of buildings using his web-slinger – sorry, ‘grapnel’ – and a new-found ability to fly, or rather, assisted by his cape, to glide with attitude. The handy grappling hook gun can also be used to grab and pull people and objects (wonder where that idea came from?) and so becomes your … Read More

Top 5 iPhone Apps of Month

July 25, 2012 |

Here’s the shot reviews of top 5 iphone apps of the month.

 

SongPop

Min requirements: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad. iOS 4.0+ File size: 15MB

We can’t stop playing this brilliant music trivia quiz that pits you against your Facebook friends and complete strangers. You choose a genre or decade, including Classic Rock or 80s Collection, then listen to five songs. You get a list of multiple-choice options for each song and the faster you guess what the song is, the more points you earn. When you successfully complete a playlist, you’re awarded coins. The more points you earn and the more coins you get the more songs and playlists are unlocked. Of course, you need to have headphones in or the volume up to be able to hear the songs. There is also a Facebook app that syncs with your phone, so you can carry all your coins and playlists over.

 

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Branding Interactions

July 24, 2012 |

As powerful and pervasive as smartphones like the Google Droid Nexus One and the iPhone seem to be, believe it or not, Americans overall still prefer their predecessor feature phones. While the popularity of smartphones is definitely on the rise, more U.S. users still have feature phones in their hands than smartphones. Some examples of popular feature phones include the Sony Ericsson Elm, the Verizon LG Cosmos, Accolade and enV Touch and the Samsung Monte.

With all the hype and accolades circulating for smartphones, how can this be? How is it that people are still choosing the previous generation of phones instead of the loaded, cutting-edge smartphones?

The reasons for this seem to boil down to cost and simplicity. At this time, feature phones are still cheaper than smartphones, sometimes significantly so. Although the smartphones do, indeed, come loaded with features as well as the capacity for even more features, this can be intimidating to … Read More

Promote Your iPhone App after Development

July 5, 2012 |

 

There are thousands of great applications on the iPhone app store, but many of them go unnoticed because they are not properly promoted and marketed. After spending countless hours and hundreds of dollars to develop an app, it is a good idea to also do some promoting and marketing for it as well. Without doing marketing almost nobody will get to see and use your app, which means that all of your time may have been wasted. Below are a few tips for developers to promote iPhone apps by yourself so that you can save money and still spread the word.

Strategies to Increase iPhone Application Downloads

Whether the iPhone application you built is meant for people to enjoy or for you to make money, you still need to get the word out so that people can try it and see if they like it. This is the only way to help the application … Read More

Apple and Google Rift Takes to Maps

June 27, 2012 |

The Google and Apple war has been raging for a while now. And both tech heavyweights have been in the limelight of late due to their persistent involvement in android spyware or iPhone spy like behavior. It all seems a little bizarre but it appears as though Apple has managed to snag military style planes that go around taking pictures of everything they fly over. The military style cameras are used to capture the images that help build 3D Map system for the all Apple iOS machines.

Google of course takes the cake with multiple offences, the most recent one involved Google gathering data through open Wi-Fi networks that it’s Google Maps cars came across and ended with a $25,000 FCC fine. But it seems that Apple now wants to join ranks in terms of invading people’s privacy with their newest efforts to knock Google Maps out of the picture.

The maps are going to … Read More

The Blackberry Torch or the iPhone; Which One is For You?

June 21, 2012 |

Two massive retailers on the mobile market today are both Blackberry and Apple. Apple offers a touchscreen slim line phone that has a variety of high-end applications and state of the art features as well as a stylish look and an aesthetically pleasing casing.

The Blackberry on the other hand offers a handset that is also extremely modern however it is a little more on the business side in appearance in comparison to the iPhone; it also has one major difference. This difference is a full QWERTY keyboard, which allows users with access to the best of both worlds. A touch screen display and a slide out keyboard are both accessible on this particular model, so when the user finds that it is easier to type a longer length email or message on a keypad rather than just the screen itself, then this is also possible.

In regards to software, this is where each … Read More

The Advantages of iPad Casinos Over PC Ones

June 19, 2012 |

There is no question that out of all the mobile devices currently available, the iPad manufactured by Apple is one of the most popular anywhere in the world. However, despite the phenomenal success of this device, which people use to browse online and play games, it has still not replaced the PC when it comes to playing casino games in places where virtual gaming is particularly popular, such as Australia. In fact, there are tremendous advantages to ditching the online casino and switching to the iPad one, for those willing to make the change.

To start with you will no longer have to hang about in frustration waiting for your PC to boot up – something which can try the patience of a saint at times! Let’s face it, most of us lead busy lives and have to fit our games of poker or other casino games into spare moments, meaning that the instantaneous start-up … Read More

iOS apps to Watch TV Shows online

May 25, 2012 |

Ever since its invention in the early 20th Century, television has captivated society. We use television for entertainment purposes, education, news, and even product marketing. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find many individuals in the United States that don’t have access to a TV in some form. However, the recent rise in cost for services like cable and satellite have put a strain on individuals with low monthly incomes. The cost of these services can run over $200 a month, with the average cost hovering somewhere around $100 in most states.

This spike in fees has caused many to seek alternatives for their television viewing. Whether it’s going to a sports bar to see the big game or visiting a friend just to watch the news, individuals are finding ways to cut costs while still watching the things they want. What many may not realize, though, is that the internet is breathing new … Read More

Eat more Healthily with Calorific Android App

May 14, 2012 |

Are you finding tracking your daily calorie intake a nightmare? Install Calorific Diet Tracker and make eating healthy a fun and easy thing to do

 

Anyone who’s ever tried to lose weight will tell you that counting calories is the key to dropping pounds. It makes sense: with fewer naughty high-carb and high-fat treats going in, your body begins to deplete your fat reserves for energy. Unfortunately, calorie counting is a nightmare of squinting at packaging, and many a diet has failed because it just becomes too time-consuming.

Fortunately Calorific makes the whole thing a doddle. Rather than encouraging you to count calories, it instead divides common foods into groups and lets you enter approximate quantities, Its traffic-light system means that good foods like fruit, vegetables and whole grains are prioritised, and naughty things are admonished. It makes the process of tracking food intake really easy and – more importantly – rewarding.

 

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Get fit with your Android phone

May 14, 2012 |

Sometimes we all find it hard to get the motivation to go to the gym or do a home workout. VirtuaGym can help you plan your exercise regime and stay on track

 

While everyone dreams of obtaining the perfect body by working out, the reality is that most plans fail. The obligatory new year gym membership seems doomed to last three months at most, and the home exercise equipment you spent a small fortune on inevitably sits in the corner of the living room, gathering dust.

VirtuaGym can be an enormous help, though. All you have to do is set up a plan on the website, then install the app, and you’ll essentially have a personal trainer in your pocket. It gives you a gradated fitness plan consisting of strength and fitness building exercises, viewable in a handy calendar. It also includes lots of videos showing you the correct way to exercise, and … Read More

Top 3 Food and Recipe Apps

May 10, 2012 |

Here’s short reviews of top 3 food and recipe apps.

Epicurious Recipes & Shopping List

Derived from the site epicurious.com, one of the cult sites dedicated to the kitchen, contains over 30,000 recipes and was downloaded – for free – more than 3.5 million times. Epicurious lets you save your favorite recipes and synchronize with the Recipe Box on site Epicurious.com, create a shopping list, email recipes to friends and view comments on recipes from members of the site.

 

Features: – Browse through thousands of original recipes divided into several sections: sophisticated dining, quick meals, lunches or breakfasts collegiate winter. – Try the recipe for keywords, based on what we have in the fridge, food in season or typical realizations for the holidays. – Save your recipes in a list of preferred networks. – Create a shopping list. – Send recipes to friends via email, Facebook or Twitter. – Follow the stages of preparation of the recipes step by step, with images, cooking … Read More