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What Do You Have 2Do Today?

By Maria Poeana   June - 9 - 2015    See more Apps inApp Reviews, Productivity & Utilities   Comments
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We are no longer just looking for the quickest way to create reminders, and task lists. The classic post-it on the fridge is being replaced more and more often by smart, complex apps. These apps do not only make sure you don’t forget to complete your daily tasks, and chores, but they also help you keep everything in order, at all time. That’s exactly the kind of app 2Do is. And totally free of charge until Friday, since it is App of the Week in the App Store.

2Do is not only your handy organiser, but can easily become the assistant manager you are looking for. It’s quite intuitive, so adding tasks, creating lists, and finding exactly what you’re looking for when you’re looking for it is pretty easy to accomplish with 2Do. Edit, zoom, duplicate, or delete using intuitive touch-screen commands. Add alerts to make sure you don’t forget some important

Forge: From Idea To Final Sketch

By Bogdan Lazar   March - 16 - 2015    See more Apps inApp Reviews, Productivity & Utilities   Comments
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When a hobby becomes something that you take all the way to a professional level, it’s harder, and harder to buy the necessary tools you need, without spending a fortune. Your drums you bought a year ago on E-bay are no longer quite enough to get the sound that you’re looking for. And nor is an ordinary sewing machine, a pair of scissors, or just a pen and a paper, when you want to deliver a professional result. Your talent is still the most important part of the mix. But you need a tool to match up your talent, as well. And when it comes to sketching, the people at Adonit think they’ve got the perfect tool for developing sketch-artists.

Forge takes you step by step from the first line you trace on the paper to the final project you’re ready to share with the world. Import an image to inspire you, and use it as a template for your future project. Or start everything [...]

post-it-plus-iphone-app-review

Before you had alarms and reminders on your phone, and way before there were all these To-Do apps to help you keep your schedule organised, there were post-its. Post-its were, and I think for some of us still are, one of the simplest and most practical way to help us remember the tasks and important events in our day to day life. But it was also time for the classic post-it to grow. That’s how Post-It Plus was born.

Post-It Plus is your virtual platform, where all your post-it reminders can find a cosy, modern home, where you can easily spot them every day. Instead of sticking post-its all over your fridge, or other places you find easy to spot, try Post-It Plus for a change. No more post-its all over the place, no more littler, no more wasted time trying to find that pen or pencil you always somehow manage to misplace.

Get Productive With Things (revised)

By Maria Poeana   November - 24 - 2014    See more Apps inApp Reviews, Productivity & Utilities   Comments
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Things is probably one of the most popular Productivity apps. If you ever looked for a good reminder app, then you surely came across Things. And if the price seemed to be the only inconvenience, you should be happy to know that Things is now totally free of charge. This week only, though. Because it is App of the Week in the App Store.

Things is a Productivity app that gives you all the tools you need to keep all your To Dos in order, so you can make sure you never forget important tasks, household chores, birthdays or whatever else is important to you. Things organises your disorganised chores into a well-built task list. It’s intuitive, and extremely easy to use. Select from the menu whether you want to add a new task, or a project. Tap on the “+” button. Write down all the necessary details you need for the task, and you’re done.

Why Type When You Can Swype?

By Maria Poeana   November - 10 - 2014    See more Apps inApp Reviews, Productivity & Utilities   Comments
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We’re always on a hurry, we’re always busy and running out of time. We want to do things as fast as we can, because there’s an entire list of to dos waiting for us every day. And writing emails and messages sometimes takes a lot more time than it should. Especially if you’re not yet entirely comfortable using your iPhone or iPad’s touchscreen keyboard. But Nuance Communications thinks it has just the right tool to make your life easier. This is Swype, and this week only, you can download it free of charge from the App Store.
What is Swype

What if, instead of tapping on the letters, you could swipe from one letter to another, when using your iPad or iPhone’s keyboard? Just draw a line with your finger from one letter to another, and instead of a babble, get exactly the word you wanted to write. Why make push-ups with your [...]

Manage And Modify Your Documents With iDocs

By Maria Poeana   July - 26 - 2013    See more Apps inApp Reviews, Productivity & Utilities   Comments
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For those of us who were raised with a Windows PC, some things are hard to let go, when getting an Apple device, even if Apple products have all these shiny tools than can replace and actually work better than anything Windows can offer. But for people used to writing Word Documents all their life, the feeling of turning to another writing tool is a bit weird. And that’s when apps like iDocs come in handy. For those of us who aren’t yet ready to give up Word Documents. And more.

iDocs makes writing feel like it did when you had Word installed. But that’s far from being its only functionality. From converting any file to PDFs to being able to synchronize and keep all your files in one place, iDocs is the tool to have when dealing with a lot of documents.

With iDocs, you can easily create Word and Text documents. Add new Folders and Zip files. Import all sorts of files, and convert them all, from pictures to text [...]

google-chrome-iphone-app-review

Even if Google’s Chrome reigns supreme on my desktop computers, I’m a heavy mobile Safari user on my iPhone. It’s there pre-installed, it works fast and it’s reliable. Google Chrome adds a layer of pure beauty on top of what Safari has to offer and the only sacrifice you need to make is a second or two of browsing speed. Because iOS features a fast Javascript engine but it’s only accessible to the pre-installed Safari, Google Chrome has to rely on UIWebViews to render web pages. Even so, Chrome on the iPhone and iPad is faster than I expected and if that one extra second doesn’t bother you, then I’d pick Chrome over Safari any day.

Chrome on the iOS features Google’s beautiful flat design, distinctly different than mobile Safari. The iPhone and iPad versions are nearly identical, with the iPad allowing more screen real estate to enjoy [...]