If you have multiple iOS devices, you’ve probably noticed that it’s quite tricky to share photos from device to device. There’s no option to share by Bluetooth, and there are no file management apps for iOS. Sure you can email a photo from device to device, but it can be somewhat wasteful to send something on a round trip halfway around the world just to get a file to the device a few mere inches away from the device you’re holding. Instashare is here to change that by bringing drag and drop file transfers between your iOS and Macs.
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Google has long tried to get into the instant messaging and communications market. For around a decade, we’ve had Google Talk, which relied on the open XMPP standard. While that product has enjoyed support by many third party instant messaging clients, it has not become the mainstream messaging alternative that, say, Facebook has become in a very short time. At yesterday’s Google IO 2013 conference, the search giant released a Google Hangouts app for iOS and Android, which is set to become Google’s core communication tool. We take a look at what you can expect on your iPhone.
Pocket Casts from Shift Jelly software received a huge update to its Android client recently, somewhat leaving its iOS counterpart behind. Can the good-old iOS version still meet your podcatching needs? We take a look at Pocket Casts for iOS to find out.
Wunderlist has always been one of the most widely-used to-do list apps on the market. It is elegant, simple to use, available for nearly every platform, and – perhaps its greatest selling feature (pun totally intended) – it is free. The team at 6Wunderkinder had a great thing going with Wunderlist, but it was only supposed to be the first small step in the team’s foray into task management. Wunderkit was supposed to be its ultimate triumph – but that wasn’t how it went down.
With the release of Fantastical for iPhone this week, many iPhone users are revisiting their calendar apps on their iPhones. This post is to give you a bit of a closer look as to what other options are out there, and give you a better chance of getting on with your day by picking the calendar app that’s going to be right for you.
Weather apps. They are often compared. Sometimes reviled, sometimes praised. It seems as if everybody’s trying to find an alternative to the stock iOS Weather app. But why?
Well, the stock app (while free) does not have a ton of features, and some people simply want to get more out of their weather app. That said, it’s really no different then people trying to find different calendar apps to offset the stock app or a different note taking app to offset the stock app. But I found that weather apps are different.
Still just using the default Camera app on your iPhone because you don’t know which of the thousands of apps to choose from? Here are our picks for the best photo apps that we know you’ll love.
Facebook released an updated version of their iPhone app at a media event held yesterday.
The updated iPhone app brings functionalities like Groups and Deals to the iPhone besides improving upon the app's Places feature.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg also revealed that that they don't consider Apple's iPad as a mobile device and are still trying to figure out their approach and strategy for tablets, which means that we're unlikely to see an iPad app anytime soon.
If you own a jailbroken iPhone, you may be aware of a number of browser extensions that can improve the web surfing experience on the native platform.
German iPhone hacker Yllier had recently released a new extension or jailbreak app that enhances the user experience on iPhone's Safari browser with new functionalities.