DropDAV is a $5 per month service that allows you to access your Dropbox account through the WebDAV standard that Apple uses in iWork for iPad applications; other applications can also take advantage of this connection method. WebDAV is similar to MobileMe's iDisk, and will work with many different iOS and Mac applications. And this particular app can help you easily access your Dropbox files in iWork so that you can edit documents on the go from your iPhone or iPad.
If Dracula was alive today, and he may be, he would be all over the iPad. Same for Eric and Bill; Fangtasia would definitely have an app. In a usage pattern complete different from all other devices, iPad is the device we go to after dark.
iPad usage dips after the early morning, stays low throughout the work day, and then spikes in the evening. Also, iPad usage increases on the weekends, while usage on all other devices actually drops.
A new report from Mike Walkley, an analyst at Canaccord Genuity, seems to have caught Android users sneaking out the back door of iPad's house. Apparently, given the choice between an Android tablet or an iPad, Android smartphone users are crushing on the sexy iPad.
Is the iPad so enticing that it will seduce Android users to other iOS and OS X devices?
Procrastination is a major killer. You might be the fastest worker in the office, but if you’re not actually, you know, working, you’re in for some long nights. If you’re a chronic procrastinator, there’s little-to-no chance you’re going to take the extra time to fill out complex to-do lists to get your work in order. That’s where iProcrastinate comes in.
Stressed out? We feel you. Stress is the worst. Fortunately, the iTunes Store has tons of solutions. Podcasts are free, and searching for “stress” yields dozens of results. Since different people will respond to different techniques, download a few episodes and listen to them on your commute or in a quiet corner with headphones. A couple of our favorites are Dr. Harry Henshaw’s Enhanced Healing Podcast, which features relaxation music and binaural tones at five minutes an episode, and The Meditation Coach Podcast’s episodes “8-minute Guided Breath Meditation with Theta Rain” and “4-minute Mini Vacation Guided Meditation.”
We've been waiting for a long time, and we weren't even all that sure it would ever happen. However, today we can enjoy the fruits of our patience as the Mac gaming classic Marathon releases on the App Store. Die-hard Marathon fans doubtlessly downloaded it for free on Mac ages ago, but today the series is open for a whole new generation to enjoy.
Summer's here, it's getting beautiful out and that can mean only one thing: heading out to catch live entertainment.
With that in mind, Mac|Life would like to present its first ever Summer Concert App Round Up, wherein we look at some of the iOS apps that are out there for finding local venues and/or their assorted tickets, give them the thumbs up or thumbs down and let you know what rocks and what definitively does not rock...
Because it's summer. And it's important to rock out in the summer.
Remember when you were little and your bed was made each day and your clothes magically washed and folded themselves? Yeah, that doesn’t happen anymore. But with a little help from your Apple products, it’ll feel like your mom’s living with you all over again (with 100 percent less nagging).
The Neverhood was hardly Doom when it came to popularity when it released way back in 1996, but this adventure game was (and still is) extremely unique. That's thanks in large part to the fact that its graphics are 100% claymation.