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Talk about an app with a limited lifespan!
It is bad enough that all those Halloween apps need to now be shelved for the next eleven months. At least they might be useful again next year.
This app, however, is done soon. Done, useless, fini! Until then, however, if you want to see the most recent tracking polls in the US election, this app is a neat free way to do so.
In these final hours of the 2008 election, the Obama/McCain Poll Tracker app lets you…
Okay, it is a little embarrassing to admit, but I still haven’t fully committed to a particular task management app for use on my iPhone. I know I need to do it. Every productivity/time management expert recommends picking a system and sticking with it. Unfortunately I still remain.. undecided.
Part of the problem?? Too many decent choices.
Cultured Code’s Things is available in both an iPhone and desktop form and both continue to improve, as well. Most recently the Things desktop version gained a global search feature and the iPhone app gained the ability to simply "click" a phone number or email address to initiate a call or email.
And then there is OmniFocus. The most expensive of the bunch, it is also the most feature-rich.
And… the iPhone app just got its first update. This update to version 1.1 birings…
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There are plenty of different places to get a mobile application designed. The problem is that they’re quite expensive. You might be able to figure out how to create your own, but it will probably look very basic. Instead, a good mobile application development software can make it even easier, so that you can build […]
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By: karta sutanto
I love when this happens… a developer releases an app that does the same thing as many other apps with one HUGE exception… this particular one is FREE.
"Free"- as in "no cost to you",
"Free" as in $0,
"Free" as in "just down load and enjoy"
For this reason I was excited to learn that Quickoffice had released a FREE app for accessing, viewing, downloading, storing and managing iDisk files on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
That is a pretty nice price considering the fact that other apps that do this run $5 or more.
At the same time, though, I have come to learn that, too often, you get what you pay for. So is this FREE app for accessing iDisk a winner?? I just downloaded it to check and the verdict is…
By: ViewTi G
Here is a little tip that I am finding rather useful.
The proliferation of apps such as Briefcase, AirSharing, and A.I. Disk (just to name a few of this growing genre), make storing files directly on an iPhone or iPod Touch, or accessing them remotely, incredibly simple. Add to that the fact that Evernote now allows off-line storage, and the number of choices for storing and accessing files on the handhelds is huge.
Over the past year I have been moving toward a "paperless" work-style. Most of my important documents and text are now in electronic format – most of the time PDF. As a result, I can literally have an entire reference library with me at all times on either my iPhone or iPod Touch. Unfortunately, PDFs can be huge, and that is where the problem begins.
The handhelds seem to be able to handle rather large files but, unfortunately, they can take a long time to load. Try to resize them and you end up waiting a long time. Moreover, flipping from one page to the next is at best, a slow process.
That’s where the tip comes in…