BeerStat: Mobile beer tracker
Here’s a fun app. Ever wanted to keep a record of your beer drinking activities? Yup. BeerStat allows you to add beers to your life counter in a deep and fulfilling manner. You get to add your favourite brands, add average costs to its variants, and specify quantities. This is a one time setup, as adding beers to your counter is a very [...]
Due, now great on the iPad
This is an app I’ve been dying to mention, and finally I have an excuse to do so—Due is finally an iPad native app. In case you don’t know what Due is, check out Brandon’s review. It’s really a lifesaver and one of the most crucial apps on my iPad and iPhone. The iPad version doesn’t add anything in [...]
On Stage: Pretty little iPod replacement
There’s no denying that the iPod app is a superb way to play music on your iPhone or iPod touch. There have been music apps with 3D covers and automatic timers, but at the end of the day I think most just fall back to using the default app. If there’s one thing that the iPod app can’t do, is display lyrics for songs [...]
Go Couch to 5k: With a UI that compels you to run.
Even when I first saw screenshots of the app, I felt pixel lust. Scratch that, even when I first heard about the app I knew I’d have to feature it; Aleksandar Vacić makes beautiful apps by default. Couch to 5k is a popular program for getting in shape, or something. It follows a pattern of running and walking, with an ultimate goal [...]
Pillboxie: Pill Popping User Interface
Pillboxie is an app that helps you remember to take your medications. Add your pills, describing their shape and colour, and then schedule reminders throughout the day and further by days of the week. The user interface for scheduling your pills is not just cute, it’s functional. Just drag your pills into ‘pill boxes’ [...]
Maven Pro: Fresh new sans-serif font
I don’t usually post about fonts, but I’ve got a good feeling about this one. It’s totally free for use, and looks great as a title and body font. Kind of has that same freshness as the now overused Museo (yes, even Dell now uses it in their ads). Go get it.