Up until now, I have been using my iPhone’s standard calendar as a personal to-do list, since I hadn’t really found a to-do list application that I fell in love with. For tasks like picking up groceries and getting a hair-cut, this might be okay, but when it comes to planning projects for work, and other complex scenarios, the integrated calendar just won’t cut it.
For this reason, I’ve spent some time investigating the different to-do list apps available in the App Store. Twenty five are rounded up here, including some generic applications, and others suited for a specific purpose (such as planning a wedding). Hopefully you’ll find a selection of very useful pieces of software!
There’s a new breed of email apps trending these days. These apps are designed to help users get productive with their inboxes and ultimately reach inbox zero. They have several common denominators, including gestures, action-based functionality, scheduling, and integration with other productivity tools like tasks and calendars. They make for a good compliment to project management apps such as Clarizen, Wrike, or JIRA, making your work life that little bit more manageable.
A growing number of these email apps have been released to the public, signalling evident interest in this approach to email. I’ve managed to round up ten (10) email apps that fit into this trend, some of which you may or may not have heard of before. Let’s take a look at these email apps and see what they have to offer users in need of a more effective and flexible solution to email.
For those of you who are serial diarists or are always toting around a notebook in which to scribble all your genius ideas, memories or musings, why not combine your love of writing with your love for your iPhone?
Here are 50 journal and diary apps, all of them as unique as the people who will inevitably use them. Most of these apps are designed to let you document your innermost thoughts, but we’ve thrown in some scheduling apps for business that help you manage your day-to-day working life as well.
Now whether that’s through text, photos, videos, audio recordings, music or sketches, well, that’s up to you. And up to which app you choose. Hit the jump now to find the perfect one.
The best part of the iTunes App Store is that you don’t need to spend a single cent to fill your iPhone with amazing applications. There are tons of developers dishing out quality free applications daily.
Some of the business apps require an existing account, and a few of the other apps are free for a limited time only so be sure to act fast!
After what we hope was a fantastic Christmas week for those of you who celebrate, you may be hoping for a bit of downtime to recover from all that food.
This weekend, you can relax with the following fine titles from the App Store’s gaming section that are worth playing before the new year rolls around…
My first iOS experience came by way of an iPod Touch that was given to me at Christmas in 2008. I remember feverishly setting it up so I could comb the App Store for goodies; making sure to download all the best apps and games available at the time. Now that Christmas is upon us this year, some fortunate few are being introduced to iOS for the first time.
When you find your way into the App Store for the first time, you’ll soon discover that it houses a lot of apps. Like, millions. Many of them bring a unique feature to the iPhone that you don’t get from first-party apps, but then there are the apps that compete with Apple’s offerings. Now, being that Apple owns and operates iOS, its apps often include killer features that you won’t find in third-party alternatives. However, even with this advantage, some third-party apps are capable of offering a superior experience.
With this in mind, I’ve rounded up a list of what I believe to be the best free and paid alternatives to Apple’s first-party iOS apps. Read on and get ready to download! (more…)
The best time of year is upon us, and along with holiday cheer we’re also getting a deluge of fantastic new game releases just in time for Christmas.
We’ve gathered up some of the best, including a new Halfbrick title, a casual mega-sequel, a deep RPG, and more!
If you’re in the north, you’ll probably be hiding out from the cold like I am. It’s a good excuse to catch up on your mobile gaming, and we’ve got some pretty huge titles lined up for you today.
Click through for the biggest App Store games this week!
Happy December, everyone. Now that you’ve made it through the first week, let’s unwind with some fresh games from the App Store.
This week, we welcome a new Telltale series, a new blockbuster from Halfbrick, and all sorts of other goodies—come have a look!
In the shopping frenzy that is Black Friday, it’s good to remember that there’s a lot of fun to be had with the toys you already have—like your iPhone!
We’ve pulled together some of the most exciting new games this week, so jump in and get playing…