Monthly Archives: May 2012

Fantastical for Mac Gets Ability to Create and Edit Reminders

Fantastical, the calendar assistant app developed by Flexibits, has gained a significant new feature in an update that hit the Mac App Store this morning. Fantastical now offers the ability to create and edit Reminders, which will then synchronize via iCloud and appear in the Reminders app on your iPhone or iPad. The full list… Read more »

Scalado PhotoBeamer Lets You Display iPhone Photos on Any Browser, Anywhere

If you’ve ever tried to show off pictures on your iPhone to a group of people, you know that giving everyone a good look at them on a 3.5-inch display is less than ideal. Scalado, a Sweden-based imaging technology company, aims to make it dead simple to share your iPhone photos in any web browser… Read more »

Memorial Day App Sales Galore

The Memorial Day holiday in the U.S. is on Monday and app developers are again joining in with brick and mortar stores to drop prices and there a ton of apps on sale this weekend. It would take me several pages to list them all so I’m going to try to tackle the most notable… Read more »

MacPaw Releases CleanMyDrive Utility for Mac

MacPaw, the Ukraine-based software development company, released CleanMyDrive in the Mac App Store today. CleanMyDrive is a free utility that can automatically remove junk files from drives connected to your Mac, eject all drives with a single click, and more. We extremely love how OS X is built. But still, there are things like mounted… Read more »

iTranslate Voice for iPhone Does Language Translation on the Fly (Mostly)

Though it’s not the first voice-to-voice language translation app in the App Store, Sonico’s iTranslate Voice is currently topping the paid charts in the App Store and is earning a wide range of ratings so far. I’ve always been intrigued by voice translation apps (see my reviews of Trippo Voicemagix and Vocre) and I thought… Read more »

Flight+ Puts Comprehensive Travel Information at your Fingertips

While many airlines offer their own apps to provide easier access to flight status and other information, keeping one for every airline you fly can clutter up your iPhone quickly. An app that provides flight information across multiple airlines and airports can be more practical and a quick trip out of town this week gave… Read more »

Slow Feeds Makes Reading RSS Feeds More Manageable

Though RSS feeds are meant to make it a little easier to stay on top of new items posted on your favorite websites, the sheer number of articles published by some sites can overwhelm others, making this task more difficult in reality when you go to catch up in your favorite feed reader. Zozi Apps… Read more »

Official TouchArcade iPhone App Available Now

There are thousands of games for the iPhone and iPad and finding the true gems among the existing offerings in the App Store –not to mention the new titles that are released every day– can be a daunting task. If you’ve ever looked around for unbiased and reliable game reviews to help you make your… Read more »

Apple Releases iOS 5.1.1 to Fix Bugs

Apple has released iOS 5.1.1 today to fix several bugs involving HDR photos, Airplay video playback, Safari bookmark and Reading List synchronization, and the iPad’s ability to switch between 2G and 3G networks. Improves reliability of using HDR option for photos taken using the Lock Screen shortcut Addresses bugs that could prevent the new iPad… Read more »

Pandoras Box, a Capable Pandora Client for the Mac

Pandoras Box by developer Francisco Garza is a Mac client for the Pandora music streaming service. It lives in your Mac’s menu bar and offers easy access to all of your existing Pandora channels and playback controls, plus the ability to create new channels, tweet what you’re currently listening to, and go directly to iTunes… Read more »