The Native Facebook App For iPad – Is It Worth The Wait?

The Native Facebook App For iPad – Is It Worth The Wait?

iPad users have been waiting quite awhile for a native Facebook app. It seemed strange that iPhone had it, but the larger-screened mobile device was left out in the cold. It’s not that there weren’t ways around it, but they weren’t the best of solutions. There were several other beautiful apps out there, but none […]

5 iPad Apps for Saving and Viewing PowerPoint Presentations

5 iPad Apps for Saving and Viewing PowerPoint Presentations

When you receive a powerpoint presentation in your Mail app in iPad, the only option is to either open it with a third-party app or print it. There’s no options for saving it for future reference. I was recently thrust into this situation when my high school-aged daughter’s photography teacher sent me notes for a […]

Evri: A Useful App For News Junkies [iPad]

Evri: A Useful App For News Junkies [iPad]

News junkies are always on the search for the latest news. There are many apps that will keep them abreast of the biggest news stories of the day, but Evri seems to do it better, easier, and simpler than the others. It manges this by not trying to do too many things. It’s a news […]

Enjoy  Fine Literature On Your iPad With McSweeney’s App

Enjoy Fine Literature On Your iPad With McSweeney’s App

The wonderful thing about iPads is that they can do (almost) everything. Not only can they simulate having a real computer, they can also simulate an e-reader. Along with having general apps to do this such as the Kindle app or iBooks, there is also McSweeney’s, an reading app that has the feel of sitting […]

GrooveBug – A Beautiful And Elegant Music App For iPad

GrooveBug – A Beautiful And Elegant Music App For iPad

The graphics alone make this iPad music app worthwhile, but there is much more to GrooveBug than just great graphics and a cool name. It’s great for anyone who enjoys finding new music and wants a much more involved way to organize their music than what’s offered by the iTunes app. Upon opening GrooveBug, it […]

Catching Up With the NFL Football Games Via iPad

Catching Up With the NFL Football Games Via iPad

If you get caught away from your television set on Sunday, but still want to be able to catch up with the NFL football games, there are a handful of apps you’ll want to consider to keep you up to date. While not every fan has the ability to watch the games live on their […]

Useful Apps For Traveling With an iPad

Useful Apps For Traveling With an iPad

Part of the allure of an iPad is its portability. It does so much, yet is so much smaller and easier to cart around than a laptop. This makes it an obvious choice for travel. While there are great apps for using it to plan your next getaway or business trip, there are also things […]

7 Awesome (and Free) Note-Taking Apps For the iPad

7 Awesome (and Free) Note-Taking Apps For the iPad

While the iOS itself provides a note-taking app for the iPad, it can be rather limiting. It only includes the most basic of functions. For those who are looking for more functionality, the good news is that there are over 700 note-taking apps available at the App Store, and even better, 141 of them are […]

How to Send Group Emails in iPad and iPhone

How to Send Group Emails in iPad and iPhone

It would seem that the ability to send group emails should be included in the iOS software, but it’s not. Sure you can put any number of emails in the “To” area, but if you have the same group of people that you send email to, be it for business or personal matters, it can […]

Creating Multiple Photo Albums on iPad and iPhone

Creating Multiple Photo Albums on iPad and iPhone

One of the most frustrating things about the iOS software has to be the lack of organization of photos, and that goes for both the iPad and the iPhone. They can do such incredible things with the OS X software with identifying faces and locations to better organize in iPhoto, so why not have all […]

4 Free iPad Apps to Help Parents Through the School Year

4 Free iPad Apps to Help Parents Through the School Year

Sure, you bought that iPad so that you could use it as an e-reader, watch Netflix, and keep up with your friends on Facebook, but you can also put it to use as a tool to help with parenting your kids through the school year. There are literally thousands of education apps, from education games […]

Google Catalog App Made Shopping On the Internet Much Easier

Google Catalog App Made Shopping On the Internet Much Easier

Have you noticed that you aren’t receiving as many catalogs in the mail these days? Most likely it isn’t because the stores are going green. Instead, look to the Internet as the likely culprit. Shoppers are less likely to open a paper catalog when they can do the same shopping on the Internet at any […]

How to Store a Pages Document As a PDF in iBooks [iPad]

How to Store a Pages Document As a PDF in iBooks [iPad]

It’s something that seems like it should be easy, but it isn’t. Working in Pages on an iPad, if you create a document you want to use later, the logical progression of thought is to save it as a .PDF and store it in iBooks. However, getting it there isn’t an easy process. It actually […]

Skype For iPad Review

Skype For iPad Review

It definitely seemed a little odd that Skype didn’t have a dedicated app for the iPad. Sure, the iPhone app worked, but it definitely wasn’t making good use of everything the iPad has to offer. It just seemed odd, as suddenly Skyping has become so big, it’s now considered a verb. Calling people through an […]

How to Find Lyrics For Your Songs On iPad

How to Find Lyrics For Your Songs On iPad

The iPod app in iOS is one of the best app around. It allows you to search your music by artist, song, album, genre, composer and display lyrics while the music is playing. However, as good as it gets, it is still lacking the capability to add/edit the music info in your iPhone/iPad. Worst still, […]

Using iTunes Genius on Mac, iPhone, and iPad

Using iTunes Genius on Mac, iPhone, and iPad

Some music and app fans enjoy the Genius function in iTunes, and some don’t. It’s gone through very limited changes since Apple added the function to iTunes in 2008. However, as devices have been added to the iTunes repertoire, they’ve arrived with iTunes and Genius, meaning everything that has iTunes also has the Genius capability.

iChromy Web Browser For iPad – For Those Who Prefer Google Chrome

iChromy Web Browser For iPad – For Those Who Prefer Google Chrome

One of the drawbacks of using an iPad or other mobile devices instead of a regular computer is that it can be hard to find suitable ways of doing the normal activities we’re used to. All of Apple’s products come with its Safari web browser, but it’s not always suitable for all web activities, whether […]

iDisplay: Turn Your Android Devices Into A Second Monitor

iDisplay: Turn Your Android Devices Into A Second Monitor

When you connect two (or more) monitors to your computer, you can drag an application window from one to another monitor. Now, what if your second monitor is your smartphone, or tablet and you are able to drag window to it and interact with your fingers? Sound cool, isn’t it? iDisplay is one such app […]

Easily Manage Your Tasks with Wunderlist

Easily Manage Your Tasks with Wunderlist

Have you ever forgotten to reply to an email or phone call? We all have. Most us lead hectic lives and forget about the little to-do’s that we mentally setup for ourselves. Thus we all could use helpful task management solutions that record our tasks and display them to us so we do not forget […]