Tagged: iPhone

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iMazing Mini — Supercharged Backup for your iPhone and iPad

Apple’s devices are a marvel of engineering – of that, there’s no doubt. Even their staunchest critics will admit that Apple’s hardware design is second to none. What drives people away from Apple, besides their pricing decisions, is usually their stranglehold on the software. Apple’s philosophy is to simplify the User Experience, usually at the cost of customizability. Sometimes, though, they take this even further than logic dictates necessary. While their sandboxing model can be both a good security measure...

Get Nomis to hear new music instantly

I am a music addict. And everytime I hear of a new release by one of my countless favorite bands I think “What? It is out for about two months now, why did I not know that?!” The problem is that there aren’t any music news resources that cater to your personal tastes — iTunes’s new releases panel shows you either the Beatles or John Mayer. Nomis, developed by the German developer duo Taprockets is a fresh approach to keep...

Powderful is skiers’ best friend

Winter sport lovers out there are going to be quite pleased with Powderful, by Less Code. Powderful is skiers’ and snowboarders’ best companion when they’re out on the slopes. It keeps the sportsmen up to date with any useful information about their current run using GPS. With embedded maps, speed detection and voice alerts you never get too fast and rush against trees [Ed: none of which has been tested by the author]. Presented in a bright, white and effective...

Digital Christmas Cards, stunnified with facecard.

Christmas usually is not a good time to live your nerdy life as an Apple geek and iPhone-lover. Traditions are held high, sitting around analogue christmas trees, talking to each other in real life and so on… eCards might be the only exception. Sending christmas wishes digitally via mail or social networks has become quite popular. So why not creating such cards on the go with your iPhone? The developers of facecard obviously thought about this as well and submitted...

Swish: Dribbbleable dribbble app for iPhone

I don’t know what to make of native dribbble apps for the iPhone. To me dribbble is a ‘website’ than something that goes in an app. 95% of the time I land on dribbble is via a link on twitter or a google search. Moreover the dribbble api doesn’t allow any searching (yet), so you’re stuck with the four limited feeds. But that’s just me. Probably tons of people who want to dribbble it up every morning, on the go,...

What Cocktail? — Mouth-Watering Shots of Alcohol

Are there better ways to chill out in the evening than sitting in a bar with friends? Non-drinkers please don’t answer. Philosophical questions aside, there is always one big question you have to answer to make the sit-in perfect: What Cocktail? Now you can easily find the perfect cocktail optimized for your current mood on your iPhone. The app “What Cocktail?”, developed by flightless productions, helps you to find your perfect liquid companion within seconds, in a simple, mouth-watering interface...