Articles Tagged “app”

  • Sketchbook Ink: An app for all artists

    News from the world of apps says Autodesk has finally launched Sketchbook Ink an app for the iPad that behaves like a regular paper sketchbook. One of the biggest differences between Ink and the plethora…

  • Apps for making better home videos

    Users of Animoto have long known that they could convert a group of photographs with text and music to create video slideshows. Now with its latest software update Animoto gives users the capacity to add…

  • Highlight: A location-based networking app

    It seems that the highlight of SXSW is “Highlight,” the app. It’s like Foursquare meets Match.com meets Facebook. As you walk around at a gathering of random people, such as the gatherings at SXSW, the…

  • An app to turn your analog into digital

    In the U.S.alone there were 76 million births from 1946 to 1964, which constitutes the baby boomer generation. That’s 76 million baby photos that are mostly in the analog world. Remember, the internet didn’t come…

  • Clear: An app for the Honey Do list

    Peter Mark Roget was an obsessive list-maker. For him it was a coping mechanism as he struggled with depression due to several personal tragedies. After retirement from his career as a physician, Roget’s listing obsession…

  • Does your brand need an app of its own?

    The popularity of mobile computing and the exponential growth in mobile apps is gradually pointing in the direction of a mobile app for every brand. In some scenarios, the future landscape is navigated almost exclusively…

  • Apple unties iTether

      Just yesterday our troubles seemed so far away. We could buy a $15 app that would let us connect our computers to our iPhone data plans without paying the extra fee. And while it…

  • Shop till you drop with iPhone apps

    Will you be pretty? Will you be rich? Well if those are the types of things you want to know, go find a psychic. On the other hand, if you’re trying to work with your…

  • An App for a sugar fix in Paris

    In the world of political rhetoric, France isn’t always our BFF. “France has neither winter nor summer nor morals. Apart from these drawbacks it is a fine country. France has usually been governed by prostitutes.”…

  • Of apps and women

    As men try to read what women want, women are reading on the Nook Color from Barnes and Noble. Statistics show that Nook owners are about 75 percent female, and that women are 52 percent…