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More Gmail 2.0 Impressions

Gmail 2.0 is great on iPhone. I have no complaints. The buttons are big and easy to tap. Threads are compact...

Instagram 3.2 for iPhone

I don’t use Instagram for the bulk of my photography because I don’t like cropping everything into a square and having...

“Tube Socks” on my iPad mini

I had been wondering if the iPad mini would be the first Apple device that I’d use without any sort of...

Mumbling at Siri

Now that I have dictation across my Mac, iPhone, and iPad mini I’ve been making a lot more use of the...

Pages 1.7 for iPhone and iPad Now Track Changes

I can’t speak for Numbers and Keynote, but I have played with the Apple’s Pages 1.7 word processor with added MS Word...

Minigore 2 is Here (But Lost Co-op!)

Minigore was one of my favourite iPhone games. It was a simple dual-stick shooter with a lot of personality, lots of...

Twitterrific 5 (for iPhone and iPad)

Twitterrific 5 for iPhone and iPad was released last night. It is not a free upgrade for previous owners of the...

YouTube is Back on iPad as a Free Download

The Google hits just keep on coming. The native YouTube app — which was removed during the upgrade to iOS 6...

Gmail 2.0 for iPhone and iPad

Multiple accounts, sending e-mails from different addresses, and a cleaner design – these are just a few of the reasons to...

Modifying the adonit Writer Plus Keyboard for iPad mini

I’ve always wanted to take advantage of the detachable keyboard on the Writer Plus, but it was only recently that I...

Ecoute for iPhone Now Shows Missing Lyrics

Ecoute for iPhone – my current music app of choice – now looks up the lyrics for songs, if you haven’t...