Posts Tagged ‘Iphone app’

Review: Fitbit Flex – The best wearable fitness accessory f...

An iPhone user’s in-depth review of the Fitbit Blex wearable fitness device. Does the Fitbit Flex have what it takes to outshine competitors such as the Nike Fuelband or Jawbone Up as the perfect fitness accessory for the iPhone? Read the review to hear the verdict.

Review: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 for iOS

In so many aspects of life, it seems that the simplest things to learn can often turn out to be the hardest things to master. I definitely found the sport of golf to be one of those things. The rules of the sport are so very basic when you really …

Nuance Releases Self-Service Mobile Developer Program for iOS

In my opinion, one of the big advantages that Android has over iOS is in the area of integrated voice recognition services. Anybody that has used the Voice Search capability of Google’s iOS app knows that they have a really strong offering in this area. That same voice tech is …

Review: MobileNavigator 1.7 Update for iPhone and iPad

Navigon has kept a steady pace with their app updates, and continued that trend with the release of version 1.7 of MobileNavigator to the App Store on Thursday, December 16th. This new update went live for the My Region versions of the app first, and came to the full US …

Navigon MobileNavigator Update hits the App Store

Navigon’s MobileNavigator has been available for around a year and a half, and as of today, has reached update number 7. MobileNavigator Version 1.7 will be available for the MyRegion versions today, and will come to the US and North America version in the very near future. The upgrade pace …

ProCamera Version 3.0 hits the App Store

It was just two weeks ago that I posted my review of ProCamera version 2.95 from daemgen.net. I found it to easily be one of the top full function camera replacement apps in the App Store, but as with any app, there were a few areas for improvement. Well, ProCamera …

Review: Dora’s Christmas Carol Adventure for iOS

Ok, so pretty much any parent with kids under the age of 10 has probably heard of Dora the Explorer at some point. I know I have. My oldest son is 9, my middle son is 6, and my youngest daughter is 4, so Dora has been a constant around …

Review: ProCamera for iPhone

With the sheer size and volume of Apple’s App Store, it is very easy to overlook a really nice piece of software. There are just so many coming out every day, that it is no easy task to keep up with all of them. Even those of us who are …

Looks like Waze is really taking off

Waze, a free navigation and social networking app and service, is on the move again. Diann Eisnor, Waze’s VP Community Geographer, posted some very interesting statistics and data visualization on the Waze blog this morning. It looks like Waze is a big hit, especially on Apple’s App Store. There is …

Pocket Informant 1.6 for iPhone adds Native iOS Calendar access

In my review of Pocket Informant 1.51 a few weeks ago, I mentioned that Alex Kac of WebIS was very excited about the coming addition of Native iOS Calendar integration in version 1.6. Well, 1.6 hit the App Store this weekend, and I am delighted to say that its main …

Review: Gyro Tennis for iPhone

Tennis is one of those sports that can be difficult to translate to any gaming system, console or handheld. It doesn’t necessarily fit the traditional game controller. Developers have largely avoided the game on the current generation of Microsoft and Sony systems, but tennis came to the Wii with a …