iPadiPhoneTips & How-to

How to check for XcodeGhost malware using Pangul tool

September 22, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


XcodeGhost is a newly discovered malware on iPhone and iPad that is included in more than 300 legitimate applications from the App Store. Unlike KeyRaider, the previous malware, that infect jailbroken iOS devices, XcodeGhost can be found in both non-jailbroken and jailbroken iDevices. Not to mention, you don’t have to download any shady IPA and can still get XCodeGhost malware.

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Cobook Contacts: Manage All Social Media and Phone Contacts In A Single Location

October 11, 2013 — by Adeel Qayum0


In this digital age, most iOS users are connected through a multitude of platforms – email, social media, SMS and phone to name a few. However, it can be easy to get disorganized keeping on top of all contacts, which is the reason why contact management apps exist on the App Store.

Among the offerings, Cobook Contacts has gained popularity in recent times. The app syncs the native phone contacts with those of social media, letting the user access all of them from a single location.


IFTTT Lets You Automate Tasks And Create App-Based Workflows

October 2, 2013 — by Adeel Qayum0


In this digital age, we like to automate our tasks at school, in the kitchen and essentially wherever possible. While iOS apps allow for a good level of automation when it comes to note taking, reminders etc., there is one among the lot that takes things to the next level. It goes the name IFTTT.

This app makes the iPhone work for you exactly as you want it to. Those who are familiar with the web-based version of the service would have an idea of the extent of web automation this app can offer. The acronym stands for ‘If This, Then That’.


Stimulate Your App-etite: 5 Apps for High-Tech Foodies

October 1, 2013 — by Simon Ng0


When you’re so busy you hardly have time to hit the drive through, healthy eating can quickly find its way at the bottom of your priority list. It might take a little more time and preparation than you’re used to, but eating healthy can give you more energy to get through the day. It is even easier if you have tips and reminders at your fingertips. These five apps offer creative and convenient solutions to eating healthier despite your busy schedule:


Momento: A Journal Of Real-Life and Social Media Memories

September 28, 2013 — by Adeel Qayum0


Despite the growing addiction to share everything on social media (feeling confused, at subway with ABC etc.), there are still some iOS users who just want to keep a journal that displays their memorable moments and organizes them in a single place.

This calls for an app like Momento, a diary/journal that not only captures your ideas and daily activities, but also integrates your social media engagement to create a timeline of your app.

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OpenSignal App: Check The Best Network Coverage and Wi-Fi Hotspots Nearby

April 23, 2013 — by Adeel Qayum0


While iOS users have access to plenty of apps, some of those offering useful functionality such as monitoring of signal strength are limited in functionality. Usually, apps first make way on the App Store before they’re released for Android’s Google Play, but in case of OpenSignal, the opposite is true. It has been available on Android for a while, but not iOS. However, iOS users can finally use it as well as the developers have released an App Store version after a long wait.

The app helps users to find out the Wi-Fi networks present near their location, and allows them to see the carrier network providing the best coverage.

After downloading and installing the app, users are presented with the Dashboard where details of the current network are displayed, along with the total number of Wi-Fi hotspots present nearby.


Two Services Make App Piracy Easier Than Ever

January 5, 2013 — by Sette Capati0


Two services dubbed Zeusmos and Kuaiyong allow pirated iOS app installs without jailbreaking the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Both services bypass Apple digital rights management (DRM), and considered as dangerous to app developers because of the easy one-tap install.

Zeusmos is a service that allows users to install pirated apps for free on jailbroken devices and charges a fee for devices that have not been jailbroken.


13 iPhone and iPad Apps to Kickstart Your 2013

January 1, 2013 — by Sette Capati1


Let’s get our iOS devices ready for jam-packed schedules of exhilarating trips, piled-up paper works and projects, health and fitness-related activities and whatnots. Shed those holiday pounds and move forward to an exciting fun-filled year of productivity, pleasure and entertainment with these 13 iPhone and iPad apps on our list.


24Me Is A True iOS Personal Assistance That Creates Reminders

November 4, 2012 — by Adeel Qayum2


It seems like Apple has just added Siri as an extra feature to give iOS some weight. With Siri, you can make get answers to simple questions and set reminders, but that’s about it. If you remove most of the trinkets from Siri, and add some useful features to it, you will get the 24me; a true personal assistant. It creates reminders, birthdays, things to do, and also incorporates financial & service accounts to give you notifications from your utility providers. Moreover, all the notifications for the services can be seen at once.


6 Project Management Apps for iPhone to Manage Your Projects

October 22, 2012 — by Simon Ng9


This is a guest post by Jay Managan.

The iPhone is an incredibly versatile mobile device that can handle a variety of applications without slowing down. This makes it a powerful tool for business-minded people who are always multitasking to complete projects even on the go. With the help of the right apps, making sure every endeavor is executed efficiently will be much easier.

1. Project Management Software

Looking for learning materials about project management? You may check out this Project Management app. This Project app comes with free training videos, software, articles and tips to help you manage projects. It includes all of the learning materials you need to keep on top of your PM career, as well as project management software to help manage your projects from start-to-finish.

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You can download Project Management app for free via this direct iTunes link.

2. e-Task

Having to switch between the computer in the office and the iPhone just to check schedules for meetings, deadlines and project setups, can be a hassle. This app syncs with any of the user’s email accounts so that they can take all of their to-do lists anywhere they want.

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Edit tasks when a meeting is cancelled or when a project is postponed, or create a brand new task list for new projects. An Internet connection isn’t required at all times, as changes made offline are saved and synced to the user’s email or to iCal when the phone gets back online.

You can download eTask from App Store for $5.99.

3. Merlin

Merlin AppThis app is actually a mobile companion to the award-winning all-around project management program for Mac OS X, so it requires having the software first installed on the user’s iMac or MacBook.

Once the two software have been connected through the iPhone Sharing Module, users can then bring all their carefully-drafted projects in their pockets. The mobile app’s key features are the ability to (1) modify every bit of information on the projects, (2) attach files, photos and more to the task lists, and (3) view color-coded charts for project timelines.

You can download Merlin for free from App Store.

4. Outpost 2

The people behind Enormego developed a native iOS app to complement the popular Project Management web app – Basecamp. Outpost 2 mobilizes the simple all-in-one page layout of Basecamp, letting users view their projects, team members and clients on the go.

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The app also supports multiple accounts and messages, so users can switch between different projects while keeping communication with all contacts. Those same contacts can also be synced with the iPhone’s Address Book. Chart the progress of any project with the exclusive calendar view, which outlines the entire business plan in a nice streamlined chronological diagram.

You can download Outpost 2 from App Store for $19.99.

5. Action Method

It should be no surprise to see that this is yet another complementary mobile app for the main web app, basing its functions on the very helpful Action Method. Fortunately, this app can be used on its own. Organizing all tasks into multiple projects is hassle-free with its well-designed interface, so users can focus on executing each task instead of wasting precious time constantly fixing to-do lists.

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Set priorities for important assignments with the Focus screen, and locate the rest of the crucial details spread out in different lists with the Quick Search function. Advisor page helps users get back on track by reminding them of stalled areas in their projects. For those who already use the main web app, syncing of data between its server and the iPhone is fast and constant, so there is hardly any downtime.

You can download Action Method for free from App Store.

6. Zoho Projects

Like the Outpost 2 app, users need to have an account on the Zoho Projects online web tool because this mobile app is merely an extension. However, it does prove itself to be very useful in its own right. Besides the standard access to view and edit established projects and the ability to create new tasks, it features an easily navigable Smart View interface, instant online updating to inform contacts, and simple task accomplishment checking and delegation.

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Take down notes using the voice recorder so not a single minute is wasted having to type every little detail. Keep to a tight schedule with the timer feature that can log in start and stop times for any activity.

You can download Zoho Projects from App Store for free.

These five iPhone apps unlock the true potential of the cutting-edge mobile device, helping drive productivity in any organizational venture.

This is a guest post contributed by Jay Managan. Jay Manangan is an online marketing strategist for Repair Labs, An industry-recognized specialist in computer and gadget repair. He spends most of his time on the internet, reading technology and computer blogs. He’s the axeman of a band called “ManMinusMachine”.

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