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Fitness app developer, lolo, keeps pushing with 50% off many popular apps

Posted on 03 Jul 2013 by Jay

lolo, a favorite health and fitness app maker, has just announced a brief sale on many of their apps!

lolo’s newest app is a stretch (in a good way)

Posted on 26 Jun 2013 by Jay

Health and fitness app developer, lolo, has released a new app called Performance Stretching. Read on to get a quick look and impression of the newest app to their “easy series” collection.

Clonepic download code winners announced!

Posted on 02 Jun 2013 by Brad Gurgel

We recently ran a contest for 8 download codes of the iPhone app Clonepic. Anyone who left a comment on the contest post by 10 P.M. U.S. Eastern time on Saturday June 1st was eligible to win one of the codes. Click to see who our contest winners were!

Giveaway: (8) Clonepic iPhone app download codes from Sparknet Interactive

Posted on 29 May 2013 by Brad Gurgel

Eight free download codes of the iPhone app Clonepic are up for grabs in our latest contest. Make sure to add a comment to this post to have a chance at winning a this unique photo editing app that offers a powerful cloning tool for removing unwanted items from photos!

Review: ClonePic for iPhone – An app for “cloning out” unwanted items fr...

Posted on 25 May 2013 by Brad Gurgel

The ClonePic app for iPhone aims to solve the dilemma of unwanted items in our photos by giving you a powerful cloning tool to “clone” unwanted items right out of your photos.

“Dial – The Best Way to Call” now available in the App Store

Posted on 28 Apr 2013 by Brandon K

Dial – The Best Way to Call is now available on the App Store.  It serves as a replacement for the iPhone’s stock Phone app.  The layout is colorful and bright, but not in an overpowering way.  The look is very polished, and almost has an Apple-esque feel to it. …

Review: Clueless Crossword Party!

Posted on 27 Apr 2013 by Jay

Gambit has released a fun twist on a crossword puzzle – one that has no clues! As odd as that might sound, Clueless Crossword Party! is nearly a complete success in thoughtful lexicon entertainment. The premise is surprisingly simple: instead of traditionally numbered spaces on the crossword board (the first …

My favorite to-do app, Any.DO, missing vital part(s) [Rant]

Posted on 25 Apr 2013 by Jay

Like many people, I make lists – grocery lists, to-do lists, reminder lists, lists of birthday gift ideas, lists of lists… you get the picture. Although most of them are mental, many are sticky notes, and in the world of multitasking, I’ve migrated most of those lists to electronic to-dos …

Review: Predictive Typer – an iOS keyboard replacement?

Posted on 12 Mar 2013 by Jay

First let me voice my full displeasure with Apple’s keyboard for small screen devices (iPhone and iPod Touch). Over the years, one would think I would get better, more accurate, and more efficient at using my thumb(s) on the tap the keys on the screen. Yet I find no improvement …

Review & Giveaway: Fuel Monitor app watches your driving habits

Posted on 23 Feb 2013 by Jay

As gas prices unexpectedly surged this month, your driving habits should become a focal point in an effort to save money. Besides keeping the tires inflated properly, paying attention to jackrabbit starts and sudden stops are recommendations for drivers to save on fuel consumption – and keep more of the …

Will Mailbox for iPhone transform your email inbox?

Posted on 11 Feb 2013 by Renkman

It all started a while back when I was scrolling through my Twitter feed.  I came across a tweet by MG Siegler singing the praises of a new app from the team that brought us the to-do app Orchestra.  MG went on to say “this is the most excited I’ve …