Remember when owning a recipe collection required a huge binder, innumerable stacks of index cards or at least a modest library of cookbooks? With your iPhone, you can wave goodbye to cumbersome recipe collection techniques and carry thousands of recipes in your pocket.
Today we’ve compiled a list of twenty of the best recipe apps for iPhone, including several from world-famous chefs like Jamie Oliver, Rachel Ray and Gordon Ramsay. Whether you’re a novice chef or a true artist in the kitchen, download one or two of these apps and you’ll be well on your way to culinary bliss.
One of the greatest things about the iPhone is that developers have turned it into something that can really change people’s lives in ways that no one saw coming. One specific niche that fits this description is the plethora of utilities that you can use to watch what you eat, stay active and lose weight. Who would’ve thought twenty years ago that a cell phone could ever help you lose weight!?
Today we’re going to take a brief look at ten awesome applications geared specifically towards calorie counting. Many of these tools will not only track what you eat, but the way you live with the ultimate goal of being healthier overall. Whether you’re looking to lose weight, get more exercise or even just drink more water, there’s something here for you.
Today’s post is dedicated to that wonderful bean-flavored beverage that gets people out of bed and makes the world go round. Whether you’re a casual latte drinker or an espresso connoisseur, you’ll find these apps to be helpful in getting the most of your daily fix.
The ten apps below will help you order, discover and share your favorite drinks from the best places in town or make your own professionally brewed creations right from home!
My wife and I recently had the opportunity to spend some time in Kenya and Tanzania, with a stop in Amsterdam along the way. We had an amazing experience, which included going on safari in Tanzania and attending a beautiful wedding at Lake Navasha in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley.
I knew before leaving Canada that we would have very limited access to the Internet during our travels. I discovered that, with some careful planning up front and a suite of thoughtfully selected apps, the iPhone can be a very useful travel companion, even when no Internet connection is available. Here are some of the apps that I used regularly during our travels. I’ve also included some essential tips for those of you who travel the world with your iPhone (or iPod Touch).
The mixture of touchscreen technology with features like GPS and impressive on-board cameras makes the iPhone a virtual playground for clever developers with a novel idea.
Today we’ve compiled five crazy things you can do with your iPhone using various apps. Several of these apps seem too good to be true but they all work exactly as advertised. Intrigued? Read on!
Who doesn’t enjoy a good deal? Your iPhone is a gateway to a whole world of savings on just about every type of product and service you can imagine, you just have to know where to look!
Today we’ve hand-picked ten top-notch apps to help you save money. Rather than throwing a hundred apps at you that all do the same thing, we’ve chosen our favorites from a number of different categories so that you can save on everything from hotels to fancy shoes!
The geniuses behind Foursquare had a simple but brilliant idea: a location-based social network. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could send a quick shout to all your friends telling them where you are? However, this wasn’t enough. The real innovation that made their idea work was that they realized there would need to be some incentive to come back and use the app. A goal system with prizes was born and the rest is history. Foursquare now works across several mobile platforms and boasts millions of daily users.
Foursquare began in 2009 and triggered the social check-in revolution that is still very much in its infancy. Today we’re going to look at what developments have been made in this area in addition to a few notable newcomers that you might want to check out.
David Appleyard, Joel Bankhead and I recently attended AppStorm’s first ever Macworld Expo (photos here). It was really great to not only meet some of our biggest long-time supporters but also make plenty of new connections with some incredibly talented people.
Today we’re going to take a look at a few of the products that stood out in the Macworld mobile showcase. There admittedly weren’t as many amazing apps as I would’ve like to have seen, but there were definitely a few that are worth mentioning. Let’s take a look.
You’ve been telling yourself for years that you’ll learn a new language or at least dust off those high school Spanish skills. How about starting when you’re in line at the grocery store or waiting for the bus? Having language lessons on your iPhone means you can learn at your own pace, wherever and whenever you have the time.
Below you’ll find 80 apps for learning a number of different languages: everything from Chinese to sign language! A few of the apps come in multiple language variations so if you find one you like in a given language, keep scrolling to see if there are other versions.