Reminders for iPhone is a default app for task management that you will find on all new iPhones and iPads. With Reminders bundled with the iDevice means you do not need to pay a single cent for it. But how does it fare and is it good enough for the task heavy person? Read our take after the break. Continue reading Review : Reminders For iPhone
Time is one thing we cannot buy. And at times, we get so bogged down by tasks (and forgetting crucial ones) that our time is taken aback. That is why we used organiser books back then. If you are looking to manage your time and happen to be in for a powerful task management app for the iPhone, read on.
Things for iPhone is a powerful task management app for the iPhone and has been around for sometime. While it comes at an affordable USD 9.99, you will need to purchase Things for Mac in order to manage your tasks on your computer as well. Things does not come with a web application, so you would not be able to manage your tasks on a Windows computer. Continue reading Review : Things For iPhone
Every year, at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), Apple would announce the Apple Design Award winners, and it’s the same this year, whereby at the end of the just launched WWDC 2014‘s first day in San Francisco, Apple announced a list of twelve winners. The winners were chosen on the basis of being able to “combine design and technology in creative, compelling, and powerful ways”. Continue reading Apple announces WWDC 2014 Design Award Winners
If you are an Apple TV user, or just would like to grab some AppStore apps at a discount (or sometimes for free), you would need a US iTunes account. After getting a number of requests from friends and family on how to have a US iTunes account, here’s the tips on how we do it. Continue reading How to get a US iTunes account
Last year, Apple presented an icon centric user interface for Apple TV. It made it much simpler to rearrange app icons on Apple TV’s main menu / home screen. In case you’re not sure of, you can also hide app icons on Apple TV’s home screen. Continue reading Hiding your Apple TV app icons from your TV
My Blackberry was giving me problems when I contemplated upgrading. After roughly 2 years of usage, at times it took the Blackberry Torch a couple of seconds or more to open an app or so. And having my local DiGi contract over for awhile, it was ripe to upgrade the phone, preferably under contract with DiGi. Continue reading It’s really about Android vs iOS