Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category
If you’re loving your iPad by now, then you’re going to love getting organized by one of my favourite apps, Things. For those who read our sister site, iPhoneinCanada.ca then you might have read our review of Things for the iPhone. When used in conjunction with Things for Mac, it’s an incredibly easy way to get organized.
Things for iPad: Helping You Get Things Done
Things for iPad looks amazing. … Read More
I’ve been trying to get my hands on an iPad since the initial release, but as we all know, they’ve been sold out and when in stock they’ve managed to vanish in matter of hours. Unfortunately for me, the closest US Apple store is a 2 hour drive and a customs headache. On Saturday, however, I decided to take the trip to Buffalo and pick up the iPad 3G.
My original … Read More
Canadians are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the iPad in Canada. Are you one of them? If you are, then you’re most likely thinking about what accessories to buy. For starters, you might want to consider ZAGG’s invisibleSHIELD for the iPad (read our review here), along with the Apple iPad Case and Apple iPad Dock. I don’t know why I bought the dock, since my … Read More
Double Up is a very unique iPad app and the only iPad browser app that offers a dual web page browsing interface, in both landscape or portrait orientation.
The app very much resembles mobile Safari, but there are of course minor differences. The real difference though is the app features a dual browsing view where the iPad display is split into two separate web browsers with one URL/toolbar.
The app … Read More
The iPad has been released in the US for less than a month, but we are already seeing so many uses for this awesome device. It is truely becoming a new level of mobile computing.
The hardware is incredible, but it is just a platform for what really makes this device shine: the apps. I’m always on the lookout for a simple app, that allows me to use the iPad in … Read More
Disclaimer: For legal reasons we are stating that if you choose to use the method described below, you do so and your own risk and furthermore, you should also note that ABC states the broadcast of this US-Only TV content outside the United States of America is prohibited, due to international licensing agreements. This walk-through outlines a workaround for iPad users located outside the United States of America, and is … Read More
An iPad in The Real World: iWant or iNeed?
Is an iPad just an iWant, or can it also be an iNeed? For me, its utility as a light, portable document reader fully justifies its cost, notwithstanding its many other useful features.
I work with several organizations that hold frequent meetings. To save paper, printing and mailing costs, most of them have gone “paperless”, and now rely exclusively on emailed electronic … Read More
If you’re an avid reader of our sister site, iPhoneinCanada.ca then you probably know about the invisibleSHIELD. ZAGG’s full body screen protectors have been on all of my iPhones! The original iPhone (which was given to my mom!), the iPhone 3G (which my wife uses), and my iPhone 3GS have all remained in perfect condition thanks to the extra protection from these ‘skins’.
iPad … Read More
Gelaskins have been around for a while now, making skins for all kinds of devices. I’ve been using them on my iPhones and iPods, but they also make skins for laptops, netbooks, gaming consoles, and more. They feature original art from some great artists, all over the world. They also have some licsensed skins from big names like Marvel and National Geographic.
Joining their fleet, is the iPad. Gelaskins … Read More
One of the limitations of having the WiFi only model of the iPad, is the possibility that there will not be a hotspot everywhere you go, resulting in times where you have no connectivity at all. So, what happens if you and and your friends are arguing about a specific detail of whatever topic you’re on? Normally, you might jump on Wikipedia to look it up, but with no internet … Read More