Archive for December, 2010
Type in “notes” in the App Store’s search box and pages and pages of note-taking apps will come up. They vary in cost, features and interface. Some allow you to add sketches, audio recordings, images and pdf files. Others sync seamlessly with your desktop or web-based notes.
I’ve been looking at a new iPad accessory called the “Padlette” and it definitely is a unique one. What is it you ask? The Padlette is a stretchy silicone that wraps around the back of your iPad with the goal of providing users an easier way to grip their device. In other words, a handle for your iPad.
The Padlette By One Hand Clapping Ltd.
The Padlette stretches from corner to opposite … Read More
The iPhone Dev Team has released an extremely buggy beta version of redsn0w for an untethered jailbreak of your iPad, iPhone 4, and iPod touch 4G. Currently, the existing jailbreak for iPad on iOS 4.2.1 is tethered. That means when you reboot or run out of battery you need to re-jailbreak. That’s a pain that you don’t want to have to deal with.
This current version of redsn0w is for … Read More
Are you a huge hockey buff? Then you most likely watch games on Sportsnet and check out the analysis on Hockeycentral. Well, you now can get all the hockey news you want with the new Rogers Sportsnet Hockeycentral iPad app.
The Hockeycentral app, brought to you by Rogers Sportsnet, keeps you connected with news, scores and stats from the National Hockey League and Canadian Hockey League.
The Hockeycentral app also delivers Twitter … Read More
Just wanted to take some time today to wish everybody a Merry Christmas! I hope you are enjoying the day with your friends and family, and would like to thank everyone for reading and supporting this blog. We wouldn’t be where we are without you.
I hope Santa brought everything on your Christmas list this year.
Do you love to fix things by yourself? If you do, you’ll be happy to know that the iFixit Repair Manual is now available in the App Store. This guide has thousands of guides to help you fix your stuff.
Here’s the iTunes description:
iFixit — the free repair manual! Thousands of step-by-step guides that make it easy to repair your stuff. Fix your own things with step-by-step repair guides.
► Our native … Read More
As part of the series on Canadian city specific Apps, this post is about Apps for Ottawa.
Disclaimer: Please note that this list is not an endorsement of any of the Apps that you are responsible to perform your own due diligence before buying any of these.
Ottawa Citizen This App let’s you browse the top stories, news, etc. For the Ottawa Citizen Newspaper.
Other than looking nice on the back of the device and in the shape of a commonly shaped fruit, the Apple Logo has been the place where the antennae hides behind. This is due to the plastic that the logo is made of, allowing for stronger signal strength rather than behind the aluminum backing that interferes with the signal.
Just recently Apple has patented the idea of putting the antennae behind … Read More
Yesterday, a rumor appeared that claimed that the next-gen iPad will include a larger speaker, among other major features.
This rumor originally surfaced when reports pointed toward the next-gen iPad featuring an SD card slot. That rumor has now turned into a larger speaker which is further supported with these new next-gen iPad cases.
As seen below, this next-gen iPad case shows a mesh covering for a larger speaker. At this time, … Read More
The Skyfire iPhone app was a huge hit in the App Store. It enabled iOS users to watch Flash videos on your iPhone and iPod touch. The Skyfire team mentioned that an iPad version of the app would be coming soon. That day is today as the iPad app is now live!
WHAT IS SKYFIRE?
Finally on the iPad! Skyfire is the browser that not only allows you to view … Read More