Listen, it's a not a well-kept secret that you buy more things from a 7-Eleven than you'd like to admit. The reason? Well, we've all been in that rush that only the most prolific convenience store in America can help sate. In the ever-growing tradition of chains with an app out on the marketplace, 7-Eleven takes the plunge and brings you closer to that Big Gulp you're pretending not to crave.
Let's say you enjoyed the holidays a bit too much. Also, if we're really being honest, you probably enjoyed January too much as well. There are a number of apps that track your health and fitness, such as the ever-excellent Nike+, but Moves excels at doing something different-- it tracks you passively.
Google may keep its products in a beta state for what feels like forever, but "infinite" cloud storage service Bitcasa has to run a close second -- until this week, when the company finally launches its product aimed at killing the hard drive.
If you've ever bought inexpensive cables or other accessories from Monoprice.com and wondered how they can sell them so cheaply, BuzzFeed has a great little story this week on how the company does what it does so well, and how it's expanding beyond the low-cost cables that have earned it such loyal fans. But there's plenty more you might have missed on Tuesday, so take a few minutes and get caught up, won't you?
If you're a parent or you're around children with any regularity at all, you know that the kids are going to get their hands on your iOS device. There is nothing you can do about this, so accept inevitability and put their interest to good use. Still, the number of valid educational apps out there is sadly limited. Thankfully, the good folks who made Sesame Street's There's A Monster at the End of This Book bring to us Endless Alphabet.