9 iPhone Apps Specially for Your Kids

October 19, 2011 — by Simon Ng3


This is a guest post contributed by Sanjay Bojan.

It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. ~Frederick Douglas.

Children are the greatest gift of God in all sense. There is nothing more divine than bringing them up with the right education and keeping them happy. There are a number of apps for your iPad / iPhone mended exclusively for your little kids. These applications can effectively enhance your child’s reasoning power and IQ level. Here are a few highly-rated applications.


Review: Facebook for iPad

October 19, 2011 — by Farrukh Zafar0


A week ago, we told you about the launch of the official Facebook app for iPad and a very brief intro to what it holds within. Today, we’re going deep into the app’s UI and mechanics and give you a complete hands-on review for what makes it a much more advanced and sophisticated Facebooking option as compared to the app for iPhone or the web app from Facebook.

Let’s dig into the app, hands-on and bring forth what it offers.


Finally Facebook Releases an iPad App

October 11, 2011 — by Simon Ng3


Facebook iPad News FeedAfter months of speculation, the official Facebook iPad app is finally available on Apple’s App Store for free download. It’s a big news for those who want full Facebook experience on iPad.

If you’re lucky enough to try out the leaked Facebook iPad app on your jailbroken device before, the official app looks pretty much the same. The app is made to fit with the iPad experience especially for browsing photos. You can enjoy bigger and higher-resolution photos on your iPad. If you’re Facebook game addict, you can now enjoy the games on a bigger screen. Here are the highlighted features according to the Facebook:


7 Geocaching iPhone Apps Worth Looking

October 1, 2011 — by Simon Ng10


Geocaching LogoThis is a guest post contributed by Daniela Baker.

With more than 5 million people participating in geocaching, you may be one of them or you’re interested in this fun sport. Geocaching using your iPhone is the best way to do this without spending money on extra equipment. If you have a WIFI enabled iPad there are great apps for you too!


Pixlr-o-matic: Add Special Effects to iPhone Photos

October 1, 2011 — by Farrukh Zafar1


Earlier, we have covered Snapseed, a great photo editing app for iPhone. The only downside is it costs you $4.99.

Today, we’ll review another photo editing app for iPhone and iPad that comes from the maker of the well-known animation software – Autodesk Maya ad 3DStudio Max. Sounds exciting, isn’t it? What’s more interesting is that the app is equally impressive and free. The name of this app is Pixlr-o-matic. Now comes the question, does this app have enough potential to alter the all-famous Instagram – an photo editing and sharing service which now has more than 10 million users to back its success. Let’s find this out the hands on way.


Mega Recorder+: The Most Advanced Voice Recorder For iPhone

September 28, 2011 — by Gaurav Kheterpal11


Mega Recorder+Though I love my iPhone, I’m not a big fan of Apple’s built-in voice recorder app. In fact, after having used sophisticated recording apps such as Vox Studio and Awave Audio on my PC, using the iPhone voice recorder simply sucks. Therefore, I’ve been scanning the App Store for feature rich voice recording apps for the iPhone and I recently stumbled across Mega Recorder +.


Learn Japanese on iPhone with Japanese Phrases FREE

September 26, 2011 — by Simon Ng0


Japanese Phrases Free LogoThis is a guest post contributed by Alfred Smith who is a developer who loves to create and review iPhone apps.

Japanese Phrases FREE is a language learning app which recently caught my eye at the App Store. It is a feature-packed app that presents a cool way to learn Japanese lessons. It is designed to make language learning fun and is apt for beginners who are eager to pick up conversational Nihongo (Japanese).