Gogobot Brings Social Travel to iPhone

November 7, 2011 — by Allan Harris0


Gogobot LogoThe Gogobot app for iPhone is available at the iOS app store now. For all those who had been waiting for the social travel guide to come to their iPhones, the wait has now come to an end. The application is free and provides even more features than the website does.

Gogobot came into being when Travis Katz a former executive of MySpace thought about turning his passion for travel into something real. All those who wish to travel around the world but fail to get complete information regarding their dream destination had their wish come true through Gogobot.


Create Personal Magazine with Yahoo Livestand

November 7, 2011 — by Seuli B.0


Yahoo Livestand LogoOne of Yahoo’s most ambitious app – Livestand, a free iPad magazine has finally been unveiled and distributed after nine months since it was announced. More so, it has arrived 19 months post Apple Inc. began selling the iPad.

The potential of the iPad magazine is extensive, considering the fact that its software can be personalized to extract fascinating content from Yahoo’s website and other participating publishers, so as to cater to individual user’s interests.


Kick the Buddy: A Stress Reliever App For Your Weekend

November 5, 2011 — by Gaurav Kheterpal0


Kick The Buddy for iPhoneFirst things first, I’m not much of an avid gamer. In fact, I mostly end up playing games to beat work stress. The App Store has thousands of such ‘stress reliever’ apps which let you kill time, relax and unwind to divert your attention from work related stress. I recently came across ‘Kick the Buddy‘ – an app that claims to be the ‘perfect method of stress relief’.

Most stress reliever apps serve as a punching bag where users can vent their frustration and release their stress with a buddy to whom you can do whatever you want. Kick the Buddy provides you a buddy to do just about everything you want – kick him, shoot him with a missile, feed him or even play basketball with him.


2 Siri Alternatives: Voice Assistant Apps for iPhone 4, 3GS and iPads

October 31, 2011 — by Farrukh Zafar3


iPhone 4S SiriWell, you might be waiting for the porting of Siri on iPhone 4 to complete and the mod to come out for public, but wait is not always fun. So we’ve found out to useful apps for you that can be used as alternatives to Siri to help you with voice-command based assistance. As we’ve said iin our earlier posts too that if you somehow manage to get Siri on your iPhone 4S, there’s not much of a reason left to buy the new 4S.


4 Awesome Halloween Apps for iPhone

October 30, 2011 — by Simon Ng0


Halloween Apps for iPhoneThis is a guest post from D Girl.

If you have an iPhone, then you understand how very much apps can do for you in terms of making your life more manageable. When it comes to holidays, iPhone apps can even be a life-saver, as there is nothing more hectic than keeping up with holiday demands on top of those pesky day-to-day responsibilities that never go away. Halloween is on its way, and app developers have been clamoring to provide you with some holiday relief. What can you expect from your friend smart phone this Halloween season? Here are five awesome Halloween apps for the iPhone:


Kaching! Australian Bank to Launch iPhone NFC Payment App

October 29, 2011 — by Seuli B.0


Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) joins the elite league of ‘first in the world’ as it launches the world’s first iPhone app that in all probability is expected to initiate the end of credit card payments effectively. This is the first time when an iPhone app will enable you to make payments through email, text message or social media accounts such as Facebook.

In short, Kaching iPhone app is the first mobile banking app to blend social, peer-to-peer and near field communications (NFC) payment technology. What sets it apart is the triple-play that promises to offer its customers with customer service and convenience through innovation and enhancement.


Got Travel Questions? Try ‘Ask a Nomad’ iPad App For Answers!

October 29, 2011 — by Gaurav Kheterpal0


Ask a NomadTill date, I’ve travelled to 15 countries across 4 continents. Being a travel addict, I make it a point to travel to at least one new destination every year. Though I strongly believe that Lonely Planet is the best travel app for the iPad, it falls short when I’m looking for some quick answers to my travel questions. I’ve often wished for a travel genie app which could answer all my questions and ‘Ask a Nomad‘ iPad app fits the bill nicely.