With over 225,000 applications available on the iTunes App Store, there is no shortage of apps that can do just about anything. Many of these pack in the features and over time, become more and more complex.
Enter Tapbots, a team of two guys who became interested in developing easy to use, focused and fun applications for the iPhone. Right now, Tapbots offers three unique apps (or robots, as they like to call them). Here’s a quick look at their fun and friendly robot family.
We’ve collected the top five reviews, roundups and how-to articles from across the AppStorm network in June. Whether you’re interested in Mac, iPhone, or Web apps, there’s bound to be something you didn’t spot over the course of the month.
Now would be a good time to explore a part of the AppStorm Network you’ve never seen before!
This week’s Game Friday sees us roundup some of the best Puzzle Games currently available in the App Store. From the hugely popular Doodle God to the slightly odd Cash Cow, we hope there is something for everyone to get their teeth in to.
If you have any comments, or an app that you want reviewed, get in touch!
We’d like to say a big thank you to this month’s iPhone.AppStorm sponsors, and the great software they create! If you’re interested in advertising, you can order a slot through BuySellAds.
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Billings – Billings’ simple workflow and intuitive interface makes quoting, invoicing, and time tracking effortless.
MiniBooks – A handy iPhone app from FreshBooks that lets you track your time and invoice your clients while you’re away from your computer.
Dress your device with Creative Touch, a series of delightfully designed iPhone cases and protective covers in a wide range of styles.
The Daily Scoop – Through The Daily Scoop you gain access to socially aggregated online current news for World and Business, Sports, Technology, Science, Entertainment, Gaming, Lifestyle, and Offbeat.
iLuvCamera – With 8x digital zoom in real time and 3 image zoom algorithms, iLuvCamera simply provides a photography experience no other application does.
Nubi Do – More than just a todo list, Nubi Do is a powerful yet simple to use task manager for your daily life. Created with meticulous and painstaking care, Nubi Do has a clean, beautiful and elegant interface.
Jubilee – Manage your friends’ birthdays and send lovely designed greeting cards. Send a lovely designed greeting card with your congratulations and your personal signature via email.
X1FM.com – X1FM is an online, interactive audio/video destination – and it’s free to download to your iPhone or iPad. We have seven different stations crammed onto one app.
Quickoffice Connect – Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite for iPad takes mobile productivity to the next level by redesigning our award-winning office suite from the ground up to create an incredible high-definition iPad experience.
iPhone App Secrets – The secrets about how one person created the app Gratitude Journal for just $500 and made over $7000 her first month. Full of great iPhone development tips!
Jubilee is an iPad application with a very narrow focus: it aims to help you remember birthdays and send electronic birthday cards. No more, no less. It’s wrapped up in a lovely interface, and makes the whole process of congratulating someone on their birthday a really fun process.
If you regularly find yourself sending a “belated” birthday card to your own family members, it’s definitely worth reading on to find out more!
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting parkenApp. The developer describes parkenApp as a gorgeous app to keep an eye on your parking time no matter where you are. Whether in a parking garage or a public parking lot, parkenApp can help you avoid unnecessary parking fees. It reminds you with Push-Notifications in good time and helps you find the way back to your car.
Read on for more information and screenshots!
Once upon a time, if you or your teenage progeny decided that a driver’s license or learner’s permit was a desirable object to have, you would take a trip to the DMV to pickup your free copy of the official driver’s manual of your state. You would then pretend to read this book long enough to convince those around you that you were indeed ready to pass the test and proceed to take the exam however many times it took you to answer just enough questions right to earn a passing grade.
These days studying for the written driver’s test is of course a more technological exercise. All you need is an iPhone and a free afternoon and you’ll be ready to ace that test in no time. Below we’ll take a brief look at four apps that will help get you on your way to asking dad if you can borrow the car next weekend.
The default iPhone calendar has remained largely unchanged since the launch of the first iPhone. It’s a solid app that is designed very well, possesses a number of helpful ways to view your calendar, allows you to set reminders and more.
With Calendars for iPhone, you can get the same great functionality with your Google Calendar account. Let’s take a look at the interface and some of the app’s best features.
If you’re one of the lucky few who have managed to pick up one of Apple’s latest iPhones, you’ll be in need of a few wallpapers to adorn that gorgeous Retina Display. It’s unlike anything I’ve seen before on a mobile device, and shows graphics with incredible clarity and detail.
Today we’ll be offering you a pack of OS X wallpapers, resized to the perfect resolution for iPhone 4′s display. We’re also rounding up a selection of other gorgeous wallpapers – some are for your “Lock Screen”, others are more minimal and work well behind your Home Screen.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Flickpad – Facebook Photos for iPad. The developer describes Flickpad as a Facebook photo app made specifically for the iPad and its multi-touch capabilities. Photos react to your touch like they do in real life.
While Flickpad was designed first and foremost to make checking the newest photos quick and fun, it also allows you to browse and search for friends and albums, comment on photos, email photos to friends and family, favorite photos, and more.
Read on for more information and screenshots!