The iOS solution for console gamers is here! Fling is a fabulous joystick app for your iPad that uses tactical response and control precision so that you can get the most out of your iOS games. Want one of your own? We're giving one away to a lucky reader. Just leave a comment in the thread below and tell us your favorite iPad game.
In celebration of the release of the iPad 2, SugarSync is giving away three 30GB accounts of their cloud service for one year.
The SugarSync service gives you access to your cloud-stored data on your Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Got a huge photo library you want to share with all your friends but you're Prince discography is taking up all the space on your new iPad 2? You could toss them onto SugarSync and access them anywhere you have access to the Internet.
It's never too late to tack on a few more resolutions for the year, no matter the month. If you've been feeling inspired to take a class and pick up a new trade -- say, programming for instance -- but haven't had the time to do so, why not take an online class? Webucator provides instructor-led online training for those who are eager to learn but can't quite make it in time to set foot in a classroom. If you've been aching to develop some of your own applications for the iOS platform, or master Adobe Creative Suite, then this is your chance. Webucator is giving away one seat to each of these classes to two lucky Mac|Life readers.
Apple lead the capitalization revolution with that whole letter-at-the-front thing with that whole lowercase "i" stuff, but not everyone fell for its shenanigans. Just look at the eyetv, which not only spells out "eye" but keeps the lowercase all through the word. So why is this interesting to you? Because you like to win stuff!
We can talk about productivity on the iPhone all day, but we all know that what people really want are games for their iOS devices. You can only check your email and update Facebook so often before you need to take down some zombies.
Lucky for you and other zombie-hating homo sapiens, we got a pile of Appular apps we're ready to give away.
If you've been aching for a good bundle of software, the crew over at AppSumo are offering a major applications pack with productivity software. The bundle includes: TaskPaper, Vitamin R, Arrange and Backblaze backup software. Originally priced at $66, you can get all four titles for $15 for three days only.
And hey, if you're feeling like trying your luck, we're actually giving away five of these bundles to five winners -- for free! All you have to do is leave us a comment below and we'll pick a winner later this week!
The Saddleback Leather bag is 7.5lbs (completely empty) and costs $555 (completely emptying your wallet). We gave it a 3/5 in our review; SOLID is the only fitting score for a bag of this size.
So how are you supposed to get your hands on this fine piece of meat/leather? We’d suggest some sort of abnormal-feat-of-strength contest just to make sure our winner’s qualified to carry the behemoth baggage, but since that’s not practical (and we’d get jealous) we’ll resort to the all too familiar “leave a comment below” strategy.
The golden days of radio haven’t died – they’ve just... changed. Nowadays, anyone can log on to any number online radio stations and listen to the exact kind of music they want to hear. Unfortunately, this usually limits listening to your computer — or in some cases, your phone. Enter the Grace Allegro Portable Wi-Fi Internet Radio. This bad boy comes with over 17,000 free radio stations, can be used as an alarm, and can even be battery powered making it really, truly portable. In short, you want this.