How many times have you been somewhere and needed to jot something down but couldn’t find a pen or paper? It could have been the invention of the century, but you were too shy to ask the waitress for her pencil! How often have you tried to explain something to someone verbally, when a simple sketch would have done the trick? (more…)
BeesApps is a Paris-based start-up delivering iPad personal productivity solutions for business people. Founded in 2011 by David Chevenement and 3 associates, we decided to develop a professional application which could make business people more productive using their tablet. One year ago, BeesApps started developing Beesy, a smart note taking and automated task management App for iPad. BeesApps has launched Beesy on February 15th, 2012 and it is already ranked in the TOP 20 iTunes French productivity store. (more…)
It’s been said that the iPad is better-suited for consuming media than creating it. That doesn’t have to be the case, and full-featured graphic design apps are the way to change the status quo. That means that a full-featured and comprehensive sketch program should emulate the experience of working with pen and paper as closely as possible. The perfect sketch app should also stay out of the way of the user by delivering an experience that’s gesture-based and doesn’t rely on buttons that break up work flow. As it turns out, such an app already exists. (more…)
Animated learning games are great for young children over the age of two years. Cars in Sandbox: Construction is a fun and engaging educational game app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch by digital publisher Thematica. The construction game provides kids with an opportunity to learn valuable skills while engaging in fun play. The app consists of eight neat construction vehicles that feature operation and sounds that are very close to the real thing. And it also supports the beautiful Retina Display of “New iPad”. (more…)
Viber might be the new app on the block, but it’s worth checking out for anyone who goes over their monthly voice or message usage. This can result in costly extra fees that can add up to hundreds or thousands of dollars over the typical 2-year cellular contract. Viber aims to help consumers to reduce these fees by providing a way to make free calls and send messages over 3G or wireless networks from your iPhone or Android mobile devices. More than 40 million users have already downloaded Viber. (more…)
One of the hardest things to do for many people is staying on track with their goals. Sticky notes, reminders, and to-do lists are all designed to help with this, but one of the major flaws of this system is that it only works if it’s directly in front of you. Wunderlist takes the idea of the to-do list and makes it work no matter where you are by creating a platform for reminders that works on just about every device available. Wunderlist is claimed to be the best GTD (Getting Things Done) app out there by leading tech blogs and tech evangelists. (more…)
Have you ever been caught out and about without a file you really needed? Maybe you want to show your friends some awesome pictures you took while on vacation or you want to make sure you have backups of all your important work documents. For iPhone and iPad users, this usually means going through the painful process of syncing your phone with iTunes, which means you need to remember to put all of your files on the phone manually through iTunes. With Filer, you can forego the use of iTunes software. (more…)
Sorting out useful iPad apps among zillions of apps available for iPad is in itself a unique way of killing time, but this may sound quite odd to you and there is hardly any possibility for you to do it. The next best option to kill time is to play games, but over a period of time even playing games doesn’t solve the purpose.
But you don’t worry about it, in case you are wondering over how to kill your boredom, there are many entertaining iPad Apps (not games) available in the market to help you in this regard.
In this article I have gathered 10 Best Entertainment iPad Apps, so that you never feel bored again. And here is the list. (more…)
Amazon announced their entry into the tablet market recently with Kindle Fire and as anticipated, the price point could potentially be something Cupertino-based Apple should fear. While the device’s specs are nowhere near that of the iPad 2, the basic function of the device appeals to a broad range of consumers and the $199 price tag has had consumers snatching them up since they became available.
Let’s look at some numbers. Just after its announcement Amazon received more than 250,000 pre-orders for the tablet in less than a week. That amounts to around 50,000 pre-orders a day with no signs of slowed growth on behalf of the device. Plus nearly 4 million Kindle Fire sold this holiday season. In fact, Kindle Fire is the second best-selling item on Amazon, with the new $79 Kindle taking the top spot. (more…)
The iPad is an amazing device for performing day-to-day activities such as checking email, keeping your tasks in check, and managing your finances. The only limitation of the device is that it is not capable of making phone calls, until now. While Skype is always an option for users, there is something better. Line2 is a service that transforms your iPad into a full-fledged conference calling machine that is capable of making calls, sending texts, and having your very own phone number. Capability of making phone calls from your iPad adds nifty feature to this amazing device which helps small businesses, entrepreneurs and executives using it rise to whole new level of productivity. (more…)