Bryan Shields

I am a Web Designer/Developer from Atlanta, GA. I have a B.S. in Computer Information Systems from Valdosta State University. I made the "big switch" over to the Mac in 2005 and have never looked back. I love gaining knowledge everyday from the internet. Follow me on Twitter!

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After deciding to eat out, I often find myself asking the questions “where should I eat?” or “is that restaurant any good?” Sure, you can do it the old fashioned way and ask around, or run a web search, but what if there was a better way?

Urbanspoon, a free, user friendly, iPhone application is here to solve your dining dilemma. We’ll be taking a look at how easy it is to find a new restaurant, narrow down your search, and even look around using food-finding augmented reality.


If you’re a savvy shopper and like to compare prices before making a purchase, nothing is better than knowing you are getting the best deal. When I am shopping for anything, saving money is a big priority. And really, who doesn’t like to save a few bucks these days?

I have always used my iPhone to do a quick google search to compare prices on larger purchases. But what if you could do this on nearly every purchase you make using only the product’s barcode? RedLaser from Occipital LLC is a very handy app that lets you do just that.


When it comes to keeping track of accounts such as cellular and data, nothing is more important than knowing exactly what your usage is. Logging in and searching your account online can become a hassle, especially when on-the-go.

Consume from Bjango brings you the ability to monitor your usage on all of your accounts including mobile phone, broadband, tolls, rewards cards, and more right on your iPhone or iPod touch.