Category: Apps, iPhone Apps
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??Todo is a powerful tool that makes task management simple and fun. Use Todo by itself or synchronize your tasks to the web or your desktop using a popular online task manager like Toodledo or Remember The Milk (Pro Account required for RTM). Todo helps you focus on what matters most and allows you to integrate the GTD methodology or your own. You can create multiple lists, use the "All" list or focus on your most important tasks with the "Focus" list.
Todo helps you work efficiently and spread the load with others. Save time when you just need to record a todo by using the quick add button. Share your notes with others by emailing a task directly to them. Other Todo users can import tasks from these emails directly into their copy of Todo.
Todo also integrates with Appigo Notebook, available now for purchase on the App Store. Save your important task notes directly as notes by adding them to Appigo Notebook. In addition, export a note right into Todo to create a new task from an existing note.
– FREE Desktop Task Synchronization with Mac OS X iCal (Appigo Sync required, a free download from www.appigo.com)
– Instant access to all your tasks (online and offline)
– Usable with or without a synchronization service
– Synchronization from anywhere
– No additional desktop app to purchase
– Multiple task list support
– Customizable Focus List
– Multiple task types (call, email, web/street address/GPS location)
– Search support to quickly find any task
– Contexts and Tags support
– Repeating tasks
– Quick add task entry
– Multiple sorting options
– Multi-line task names
– Task sharing via email
– Task import from other Todo users
– Integration with Appigo Notebook
– Custom strikeouts
– Customizable home screen app icon number
– Outlook Synchronization (via 3rd-party apps + Toodledo)
– Excellent Customer Support
After using many different cases over the years for various cell phones I’ve owned, the one thing I can always count on if I use a plastic clip to secure my phone, is that it WILL break off eventually. No matter how its designed, I’m notorious for getting the clip caught on my cars seatbelt or seat as I exit the car and always rip the thing in half.
Well, those days are over. The Rivet Trek is made out of stainless steel and solves my problem. In addition, it provides a variety of mounting options, which makes it the most versatile solution I have found.
Category: Apps, iPhone Apps
By: Squirrels LLC
By: G5 Entertainment
By: Orange Rockets
With so many choices today for iPhone 3G cases, what really makes one stand out from another?
Lots of cases are made from silcone, some are made to dock easily, some from high quality materials like exotic leathers, and some are made to withstand abuse.
The OtterBox is one such case (no pun intended)…
When all is said and done, what makes or breaks any calendar or task management system on the iPhone is the way it presents information on such a small screen.
Does it let you see what you need to see easily?
Does it let you see it without having to scroll around too much?
Does it let you know what you need to know in a glance?
One of the things I’m most excited about with the upcoming release of PI is the way in which it presents information in the number of options that you have. For example, check this screen shot out–
I spent a good deal of time at the end of December reviewing the various applications currently available for viewing and managing your Netflix queue. While there are a number of excellent options available, I ultimately decided that, for me, the best approach was to use the iTV application since it not only manages your Netflix queue but also allows you to access information on television and movies in the theater, as well.
I’m spending a good deal of time watching movies and television programs on Netflix while in the midst of an ongoing recovery from a number of surgeries and wanted to do a quick post on an app update on iPhlix.and my fvorite new gadget- the Roku.
Bluetooth headsets are commonplace these days — especially since most states have now made it illegal to drive while holding a cell phone. Bluetooth headsets that are both comfortable and sound great, however, are anything but commonplace. More often than not I get a new headset that looks promising, use it for a couple of days, and then discover that there’s something problematic. Perhaps it’s not as comfortable as I’d like, or it doesn’t sit securely enough in my ear when wearing it. Or it may sound great to me, but sound like I’m in a tunnel to the person on the other side of the phone call. Or it could have a great fit and sound good, but the process of pairing the device to the phone is annoyingly cumbersome. As a result, I find myself returning to wired headsets over and over. It’s for that reason that I’m always interested in trying out and reviewing a new headset; the opportunity to review this one was no different.
When I first received this review unit, I was taken by its small size. I’d used a headset that was about the same size a few years ago, and it was notable for its size — and for the poor audio quality it provided. I was interested to see if a few years had made some difference and it would not only have the “wow” factor to its size but also some “I’m impressed” qualities with regard to the sound. I’m happy to report that that was indeed the case.
The Baby-ai Dual mic Bluetooth Headset is a cute Headset. It looks small and unassuming, but don’t let it size fool you, as it employs the latest sound technology available.
I reviewed LogMeIn yesterday and shared the fact that I really love the app. It is truly impressive. At clost to $30, however, It is also rather costly.
Thankfully there are a number of good apps that also allow remote login and control from an iPhone or Touch and are a whole lot less expensive. One nice choice, Remote Tap, just got a nice update.
Among the updates are
– an auto-focus/auto-center feature
-auto router configuration
-improved mouse control
It’s a nice update to an excellent app and while I still have my remote login app of choice… especially at just $6.99.
Well, well, look what the cat dragged in! From our last post regarding this in the past, as fast as it went up, it was quickly debunked but this time, try telling that to Sling Media when they have officially stated that they will be releasing this sometime in Q1 in 2009.
Are you excited! I know I am, it has been a long ardous road and believe me, I have had about an inch of dust covering my sling device since the days of my Windows Mobile device. So for all you iPhone users out there, of course with a sling device, blow the dust off because here it comes. You can now hold your breath!
I love Pandora. I love the way it personalizes my internet radio experience. I love the way it introduces me to new artists. And I love the fact that it has been updated to Version 2.0.
Pandora 2.0 adds artist biographies, streaming samples for bookmarked songs, and the ability to create a station based on single song
The update also adds a CoverFlow experience for song history, the ability to email and share stations, and a song progress bar.
Pandora version 2 is available here.