Evernote is one of the best free utilities to ever hit the Mac or iPhone. Needless to say, I’m a huge fan and use it on a daily basis. However, one thing that constantly bugs me is Evernote’s lacklustre handling of task lists (to-dos). You can create a basic list with checkmarks inside of Evernote, but the options are really limited and you aren’t then allowed to edit this list on your iPhone.
Egretlist is an iPhone app that seeks to right this wrong. It’s a full-service to-do list manager that lives on your iPhone and sinks with Evernote. Today we’ll take a brief look at some of the things you can and can’t do with Egretlist and discuss how the app held up in our review process.
In the past, we took a look at some of the best iPhone app interface designs. Since then, more and more applications are coming out that continue to impress us. This certainly isn’t an end all list. There are plenty of gorgeous apps out there and no way to cover them all!
You may even seen some apps we’ve covered in the past, but with the App Store constantly growing and changing, software is constantly being updated and their interfaces improved. Here’s a look at some of the sexiest iPhone apps out there!
When you’re on vacation, the single most important question can be: “what do we do next?” Odds are, no matter where you happen to be there are tons of great places waiting to be discovered.
Today we’ll look at Tourist, a tool that can help you learn all about the places you’re either currently visiting or would like to see in the future. As always, we’ll run down the basic features, point out the pros and cons and then tell you whether or not it’s worth a download.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting PocketPhilanthropist. The developer describes PocketPhilanthropist as featuring a new non-profit organization/charity each week. The app partners with various charities and creates an attainable, tangible Project, which is then featured in the weekly featured story.
Users can quickly read about the weekly featured charity and their cause, and if motivated can quickly donate as little as $1 with the touch of a finger using the app’s “Donate” button.
Read on for more information and screenshots!
This week in Game Friday we take a look at another five great new releases to the App Store from the last two weeks. From the highly enjoyable Gravedigger to the excellent iPhone version of Monkey Island, we hope there is something for everyone to get their teeth into.
If you have any comments, or an app that you want reviewed, get in touch!
One common complaint about the iPad is that it is good for consumption—watching movies, listening to music, reading books and so forth—but not capable of much in the way of production. Apple has challenged that idea with its iPad versions of the iWork applications, but relatively few other developers have stepped forward with apps for creating content. One of those developers is Übermind.
Übermind bills Masque as “powerful photo editing at your fingertips”. In more direct terms, it’s a layer and effect-based image-editing program that allows you to import photos from, and share photos to, Flickr and Facebook, as well as your iPad’s photo library.
In the age of MP3s, Pandora, and Grooveshark, it’s easy to forget that the airwaves are still being endlessly pumped with great programming via old school AM/FM radio stations. The last device you would expect to cause you to listen to more radio is an iPhone, but the app below will do just that!
Today we’re going to take a look at TuneIn Radio, an app that is sure to help you reclaim your long lost love for good old fashioned radio.
The App Store has become an outstanding source of education spanning every topic you can imagine. Whether you’re interested in wine tasting, medieval weaponry, or U.S. presidents, you can learn all about it using your iPhone.
Below is our huge list of 100 apps to help you fill your head with more valuable and useless knowledge than you ever thought possible!
Thanks to everyone who filled out our survey. It was incredibly helpful, and will make our book a really interesting read!
I’m pleased to announce that the five winners have been chosen, and have been contacted via email. We can’t post up the names of the winners here, because we didn’t ask you to submit your name when filling out the form!
If you did win, you’ll be receiving an email from us in the next five minutes!
I’m currently putting the finishing touches on our very first AppStorm book, and I need your help!
We are running a two-minute survey relating to how you use the App Store, your iPhone, and why you purchase certain applications over others. All the information we collect will be anonymously analysed and published as part of the book, to help developers make even better apps for your Apple gadgets.
It would be awesome to have the insight of all our readers included, and we’re running a competition to give away a $10 iTunes Gift Vouchers to five lucky participants.
All you need to do to enter is fill out our two-minute survey. You’ll have the opportunity to bag a $10 Gift Voucher, and I would be really grateful to hear what you have to say.
The survey will be open for around a week, but get your submission in soon to be sure that you stand a chance of winning. We’ll update this post when we have made the random draw.
Thanks for reading AppStorm, and best of luck!