While there are no particular problems iOS users face with the native camera application, things can sometimes get messy. For example, there are occasional instances when the camera button fails to respond, requiring you to tap it with precision for the result. This is where apps that make capturing images and videos simple come into […]
There’s no shortage of options when it comes to email clients for iOS, and many of them are preferred over the native email offering. For those of you looking for something different, Boxer (formerly known by the name Taskbox) offers something different by offering a whole tool set to deal with emails. The app basically […]
It’s nothing new to see different individuals collaborating on a single project on desktops: the success of TeamViewer has been evident. However, team collaboration tools have also grown in importance on smartphones during recent years as project managers look for quick access to files and activity without having to be present in front of a […]
It’s been a challenging journey for apps developed for scanning purposes, because not many of them have been able to match the scanning quality offered by real scanners. Nevertheless, app developers are striving hard to come up with feature-rich offerings to ensure users opt for their smartphone as the readily available choice for converting documents […]
If you have kids or family members that share the usage of your iPhone, the very first concern is fear of getting your important or private stuff messed up or deleted. There are some security tweaks like AppLocker or BioProtect that can block apps or settings access with password or TouchID protections. But the key […]
It has been quite some time from my previous review on an iPhone case here. Since then, I have also tried out some more other cases with specific functionalities such as the Otterbox wallet case. This is not just for interest but also because of a reason of need as it is handy for me […]
Perhaps one of the most used features on all smartphones is text messaging: you’re likely to send and receive dozens of messages throughout the day when exchanging exam tips or during plain old gossiping. Texts by themselves offer limit options, as you can’t really the emotions of the sender of the recipients, which is where […]
I had a chance to tinker the stock music player of my iPhone over the weekend when I realised that it lacks features that I want to experience while listening to my playlist. I rarely do this (since most of the time reviewing third-party apps). It’s just one of those weekends when I had time […]
Social discovery apps have grown in recent times on the App Store, particularly because of their networking and syncing features. For music lovers, Soundwave Music Discovery offers an interesting way to discover new music through multiple sources and by syncing to your current playlist on streaming services such as Spotify. The app can also be […]
So iOS 7 brings in a new gesture of accessing the Spotlight Search interface by holding and pulling down the homesceeen page which is quite cool rather than swiping to the leftmost. But if you are like me that don’t ever use this functionality, you will find it quite annoying and useless with Spotlight Search […]
No doubt that Zephyr is one of the most useful tweaks in iOS 6 ages and many cannot just have it missing on their jailbroken device. At that time it is a must to have it installed. However It has not yet been updated for iOS 7 and also been said that there is little chance […]
Since I started using iPhone from its fourth generation, I used third-party calendar apps instead of the stock iOS calendar which does not fit for my standard in terms of design and functionality. In recent couple of years, I have been switching between Fantastical and Calendar by Readdle depending how they put up improvements and […]
Mood swings do happen to all of us, and there’s no definitive time frame when they take place. In most situations, your peers and anyone else you have a conversation with can tell your mood by the sound of your voice. Wouldn’t it be intriguing if your iPhone could do the same? Well that shouldn’t […]
Uniformity is a brand new jailbreak tweak developed by pNre that has been released for around a day in a beta form. I have accidentally found this when I refreshed Cydia last night and I have already had the developer’s beta repo in advance. It has already gained over 1500 downloads over the night. It has […]
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