Monthly Archives: May 2012

Dance Like it’s 199,999,999 B.C. with Pocket God Episode 45

Pocket God 45 for iOSWhat’s better than offing a few pygmies before breakfast? Doing it while dancing. Brings a whole new meaning to “killer dance moves.” Pocket God Episode 45 Dance Dance Execution hit the App Store this week for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and I hope you’re ready to shake it, one time, on the dance floor of their all-new apocalypse chamber in the game’s latest free update. Continue reading Dance Like it’s 199,999,999 B.C. with Pocket God Episode 45

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CarrierCompare iPhone App Shows Best Service at Your Location

CarrierCompare for iPhoneDo you ever feel like you have the worst phone service ever? A new iPhone app called CarrierCompare will confirm or shed a little light on just how your carrier compares against the others.

For instance, I have AT&T and I’ve had it since time began (I was ported over via the Cingular buyout) and lately I’ve been feeling that my house was made of some sort of impenetrable super metal that I’ve never heard of before. One check of this app and I noticed that things could be worse.

AT&T actually scored higher than Verizon and Sprint. Continue reading CarrierCompare iPhone App Shows Best Service at Your Location

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KarPooler for iPhone

Friday Kid App Roundup – KarPooler and Sarah Little Fairy Grandma

KarPooler for iPhoneEducation is probably one of the fastest growing categories on the App Store and rightly so as the iPad and iPhone are great learning tools for kids. Two kids apps we’re going to take a look at today are Sarah Little Fairy Grandma ($2.99 iPad only), which helps kids learn about Alzheimer’s disease and KarPooler (free), not an education app, but it does help coordinate carpools and that’s fine by me.

KarPooler (free)
Developed by a real-life mom and dad, KarPooler is the fastest, quickest and most effective way to communicate with all the adults and children in your carpool(s), without wasting time searching or scrolling around your contact list. Continue reading Friday Kid App Roundup – KarPooler and Sarah Little Fairy Grandma

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Documents To Go Office Suite for iPad

Top App for Office for iPad 2 and New iPad

Documents To Go Office Suite for iPadWhile we continue to wait for the Microsoft Office iPad app, the top app for office for iPad 2 and of course the original or the new iPad. It’s my personal favorite and is the current office app I use daily. Seriously, it’s awesome. Documents To Go® – Office Suite – DataViz, Inc. – $9.99 or Documents To Go® Premium – Office Suite – DataViz, Inc. – $16.99. I remember my first business trip a few years back when I left the laptop and only took my iPad.

This gave me a bit of anxiety because my laptop had been my go-to mobile computing source forever. But, I did it and haven’t looked back since. The iPad’s, besides its compact, sleek style and outstanding battery life, the ability to buy an app for under $10 that allows you to create, edit, save and email documents from Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint as well as the iWork Suite) is awesome. Continue reading Top App for Office for iPad 2 and New iPad

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new iPhone 5s

iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s? June or September? Do You Care?

new iPhone 5sLet me just say upfront that I think the iPhone is going to drop the number moniker such as iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s to a much simpler “iPhone” standard. Why not, the iPad did. Of course, who cares about the name? We just want to know WHEN it will arrive. The latest from a long line of industry speakeasy talk is that the iPhone 5 or just iPhone will come in June at Apple’s WWDC 2012. But most are pointing to a fall release sometime in September or October. What do you think? Continue reading iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s? June or September? Do You Care?

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iPad 2 with Better Battery Life

iPad 2 Gets 32nm Processor and Improved Battery Life

iPad 2 with Better Battery LifeNew iPad 2 users who took the price drop to $399, instead of the new iPad, could be in for a real treat in the form of a longer cycle between charges according to a recent iPad 2 battery test by AnandTech. Of course, figuring out if you’re buying the new “iPad 2,4” unit, which replaced the previous “iPad 2,1” version isn’t going to be easy. You have to open the box and turn the device on. I don’t think Apple will let anyone peak under the hood. Continue reading iPad 2 Gets 32nm Processor and Improved Battery Life

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Enchanted Realm HD for iPad

Enchanted Realm HD for iPad Takes on Evil Sorceress Morgana

Enchanted Realm HD for iPadGame Insight launched Enchanted Realm HD for iPad today. The popular fantasy-themed city-building game was initially created for Android. Both versions put players in the role of a ruler whose kingdom has been cursed by the evil sorceress Morgana. As her evil plan unfurls, players must work in the shadow of Morgana’s insidious escapades to build up their economy by planting and harvesting crops, constructing more than 50 different types of economic and housing buildings, and expanding their realm’s territory to new fantastic frontiers. Continue reading Enchanted Realm HD for iPad Takes on Evil Sorceress Morgana

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