The Dark Sky weather app for iOS just got a whole lot better. In its newly released version 4.0, its best new feature lets you interactively animate a graphic of Earth, and you can visualize the polar vortex in a way you might not have ever seen. Continue reading
What if you could get that “find my iPhone” capability with your wallet, keys or car? You can with TrackR, a small device that lets you locate anything it’s attached to, and sounds an alarm to let you find it.
I paired a PhoneHalo TrackR to my iPhone 5 and evaluated its capabilities here at the Midwest Test Facility. Let’s see what this wafer-thin Bluetooth gadget can do. Continue reading
Mint, the best service in the world for managing your money, just got better with an iOS 7 update. Besides its newly designed icon and overall sprucing up of its design, Mint’s developers added new features to the free iOS app that let you use two of the browser-based Mint’s most powerful capabilities. Let’s take the updated Mint iOS app for a spin. Continue reading
Former NASA/JPL engineer Mark Rober has created a sensational new crop of Halloween costumes that use a smartphone or tablet to scare the bejeezus out of everyone. Continue reading
With the debut of new iPhones and iOS 7, finding the best iOS apps might be on your mind. Perhaps you’re new to iOS, wondering which apps are the most useful. I’m here to help, picking out my favorite apps for your consideration.
I’ve been using an iPhone since its debut in June, 2007, and I’ve tried a lot of apps. Here are the five that I use most often, proving themselves to be the best I’ve ever used. They’ve withstood the test of time. Continue reading
I had won. As the crushing weight of writer’s block bore down on me, a mere iPhone app called Prompts lifted me up. I’d tried a lot of techniques — many of them successful — for fighting writer’s block, and this little app by Tanner Christensen gave me one more reliable tool for fighting the scourge of The Great White Empty Page.