It’s easy to spend more time deciding on a restaurant than actually eating out. Because if you’re anything like me, the process involves Shaking my UrbanSpoon app, investigating reviews on my Yelp app, comparing those to Google Reviews, scanning deals on my Groupon app and then hitting the Chowhound discussion boards for Plan B and […]
There’s a lot of news surrounding Spotify this week – and rightly so. But I’m not here to talk about the online music service’s new apps. I’m here to talk about why I love Spotify. And, yes, why I’ve loved Spotify since it debuted in the US. That’s right – I’ve been a believer since the beginning, so yeah, I’m biased, and I guess in that regard sort of like a “I was a fan before it was popular” Twilight kid. Guilty as charged.
The more I listened to these transformative messages (Sounds True: Insights at the Edge is my favorite), the more I began to see value in iPods, iPhones, Androids and, of course, the internet.
Well it’s time again for our semi-regular mobile roundup and with this installment I’m focusing on revolutionary advancements in the mobile space.
Between this and more, you don’t have to look too far to realize that we are truly living in a golden age for mobility.
An assortment of holiday apps to help with shopping, finding deals, gift giving, entertaining and having fun.
Check out the latest haps in the mobile apps space.
The simplicity of the Boat Load app microsite.
Maybe that’s why when you type in the words “switch to”, Google suggests “A Mac”.
We are in the throes of a significant transformation in how we access the online world. It’s changing the way consumers shop and the way professionals conduct business.
Once jailbroken, iPhone users are able to download and install many extensions, applications and themes, otherwise unavailable through the App Store, using installers such as Cydia.
World Cup iPhone apps to enhance the 2010 FIFA World Cup experience.