With the advent of mobile technology, many applications have mushroomed for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The apps vary from music to games, but all of them are purely for entertainment. Nonetheless, there are quite a number of applications that are designed for functional use. One of this is the different apps for boating, sailing [...]
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The maker of the first Facebook Phone, INQ has moved into the app arena. Last week we looked at the company’s SO.HO Launcher and today we set out sights on MATERIAL, INQ’s entry into the pretty crowded content discovery field.
There is no shortage of TV remote control apps but they all seem to fall short especially on multiple device home entertainment systems. There are even fewer decent TV Program Guide apps available especially for Canadian TV viewers. Well say hello to Tubetime.
Google Now, currently an Android-only app that provide users with as Google puts it “the right information, at just the right time”, is coming to iOS, if a leaked video is to be believed. Google supposedly posted this promotional video to YouTube accidentally. It was quickly removed, but not before Engadget saved a copy of it.
I am still working on a review of VIPOrbit but my first impression is that is one of the best ways to keep track of my contacts and my interactions with them.