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Daily App: MS Office (iPad): THE Office Suite Arrives on THE Tablet

Daily App: MS Office (iPad): THE Office Suite Arrives on THE Tablet

For some people, the release of Microsoft’s MS Office suite on the iPad removes the last barrier that stood between a tablet and productivity. Yes, there have been mobile office suites around for more than a decade now, but for many, it ain’t Office unless it comes from Redmond. Well, the iPad now has MS Office. The suite comes in […]

     
 
 

Top 8 Most Interesting iOS and Android Mind Mapping Apps

Top 8 Most Interesting iOS and Android Mind Mapping Apps

Mind mapping is a process that enables us to visually represent our ideas, by placing the main one in the center and allowing us to connect the other ones around it. This process was designed to help all of us connect our various ideas to generate plans, solve tasks and have easier access to more information. By drawing diagrams that […]

     
 
 

Top 12 Dictionary Apps to Use Offline [iOS/Android]

Top 12 Dictionary Apps to Use Offline [iOS/Android]

Dictionary applications are always convenient – whether you’re accommodating to a life in a new country, learning a language or simply wanting to check the meaning of a few words you didn’t understand in class, at work or at a gathering with friends, it’s always useful to have a dictionary at hand. But not all of us have internet on […]

     
 
 

Daily App: The Wider Image (iPad): Did News Stories Ever Look this Good?

Daily App: The Wider Image (iPad): Did News Stories Ever Look this Good?

If you associated Reuters mainly with breaking news, here’s an app that will open your eyes. Wide. The Wider Image (yes, it gets the Most Appropriately Named App Award if one indeed exists) does have a news element to it, but in its approach it is more National Geographic than your news daily. The effort here is to tell narratives […]

     
 
 

Cloak is a Antisocial Network that Helps Avoid People

Cloak is a Antisocial Network that Helps Avoid People

Our smartphones have become indispensable tools especially because they carry apps that are essential to our current modern way of life. I’m talking about Facebook, Google Maps, Twitter, but also about Foursquare, Instagram and others. More and more people check-in from their mobile devices, tag places where they eat or just having fun. And even if they’re part of your […]

     
 
 

Daily App: Word Forward (iOS): Word Puzzle with a Spin

Daily App: Word Forward (iOS): Word Puzzle with a Spin

There is no shortage of word puzzles on mobile devices, ranging from the relatively recent Letterpress to the classic Scrabble. In terms of territory, you would think that pretty much everything had been covered. Fortunately, that is not the case. There are new vistas to explore and the appropriately named folks at AppyNation have shown us one in Word Forward. […]

     
 
 

Daily App: Yahoo News Digest (iOS): Keeping News Short and Sweet

Daily App: Yahoo News Digest (iOS): Keeping News Short and Sweet

When Yahoo had snapped up Summly, the app that cut down verbose text to a more manageable size, from Nickj D’Alosio, we had poised ourselves for something that would focus on the succinct rather than the detailed. And sure enough, our patience was rewarded when Yahoo launched its News Digest app at CES this year. The app focused on delivering […]

     
 
 

Daily App: Waterlogue (iOS): Photos to Paint, in Seconds

Daily App: Waterlogue (iOS): Photos to Paint, in Seconds

More people might be dabbling less and less with watercolor and paintbrushes these days but that has not lessened their fascination for the pictures that have been made by hand rather than snapped by a camera. Which is the reason for the popularity of a number of photo-to-picture conversion apps like Paper Camera and Cartoon Camera. However, the results of […]

     
 
 

Daily App: Smash Hit (iOS): Great Balls of Fun

Daily App: Smash Hit (iOS): Great Balls of Fun

We never get tired of pointing out how the most addictive games in cell town tend to depend more on gameplay and simplicity, rather than posh graphics and effects. The likes of Temple Run, Cut the Rope and Angry Bird (and aye, even the short-lived Flappy Bird) have proved this, and today, it is the turn of yet another simple-but-we-cannot-get-enough-of-this-game […]