As a student, I'm always looking for a quick, easy, and, more importantly, mobile way to access my schedule of class, assignments, and social life. With Pocket Schedule Free, I've found that perfect app that is both affordable and powerful.
With its incredibly easy user interface. Pocket Schedule Free makes it easy to add and manage all of your courses for each semester. You can always refer back to a previous semester's schedule and adding assignments, tests, and social events is just as simple. Simply click the plus icon in the top right hand corner and to add a class, exam, event, or task.
As the iPad becomes increasingly popular in the business space, Hammerhead has released a stylish keyboard case that's fitting for the enterprise.
This case has tremendous usage and durability. It's classy on the outside and performance ready on the inside. Its beautiful leather exteriors come in both red and black, designed to fit into any work environment. The interior is lined with scratch-proof fabric that won't scratch the iPad's shiny chassis.
MLB.com’s At The Ballpark helps give fans a prime baseball experience from start to finish. Input your favorite team and the app will displays the best prices for tickets and deliver 'em to you after you've purchased them. Then, the app will retrieve directions to the ballpark from your location, as well as what to do once you get there and where to grab food and memorabilia. It also offers a stadium map in case you can't find your seat and prominently displays where the restrooms are. It's just too bad it can't tell you how long the line is.
Apple’s App Store just added a new category to its selection, “Food & Drink”. It just feels right reviewing an app from this section for this week’s Free App Friday.
The food truck business has grown substantially over the past few years, and we have social networking to thank for that. Knowing where your favorite truck is parked is so easy when you use Trux Map Lite. Trux Map tracks food trucks in 34 US cities and two from Canada.
Musubo is known for its creative case designs, a trait the Sneaker truly uses. With its colorful abstract “sole” and included video stand, the Sneaker is sure to gain immediate user love. The case however does have a feature that is crucial to the usability of the Sneaker.
Musubo offers an array of color choices, each representing a shoe-bottom design, including black, white, forest green, brown, red, yellow, pink, light blue, light green, and purple. The phone bumper and video stand are always black, it’s the “sole” that changes colors. The “sole” strut’s a nice design and even represents the Sneaker name by including the “case size” on the back, stamped as 8½. The case comes with a pocket sized video stand that can be built to hold the iPhone in both portrait and landscape, but also retracts into a small card.
With the recent addition of the iPad Smart Case in the Apple Store, the Wake Up Folio case from Cooler Master may seem like a moot point. However, with it's $39.99 price point, it's a bit cheaper than Apple's competing product--not to mention it comes in an array of colors not yet offered by Apple.
Need to go on a pocket diet? The rubber Q Card iPhone 4/4S case from CM4 has a small, leather-like fabric pocket on the back, letting you carry your driver's license, credit card, and a couple of bills. Of course, when NFC technology makes its way to future phone models, you won't need to carry any cards. And a digital wallet has near-unlimited storage space, while the Q Card is too bulky if you carry more than two.
The new iPhoto ’11 looks amazing—and that’s a great thing for software that helps you get the most out of your photos. But it’s more than just a pretty face, letting you actually do some pretty amazing things with all those pixels. Apple built in major enhancements to the full-screen mode, slideshow templates, and online sharing tools. But iPhoto isn’t just about zeroes and ones—’11 boasts improved book-design tools and a new letterpress-card feature for those extra-special anniversaries and events, making it that much easier and more satisfying to bridge the gap between the digital and physical worlds.
Since "The Red Balloon" was one of the finest films of the 1950's, it stands to reason that a video game centering around a balloon as the protagonist would be just as amazing. This might be the core idea of Flight Doodle, in which your task is to push a balloon higher while avoiding falling pushpins, rocks thrown by infants (yes, les infants), and tempestuous rain and windstorms. To defend yourself, you must collect power-ups along the way to shrink your balloon, shoot missiles at targets and use a temporary force field or activate a bomb that clears all enemies and obstacles from the screen.
Ever wish you drove a sentient, intelligent talking car--like KITT in Knight Rider? Unfortunately, we still don’t have that kind of technology readily available, but at least voice-controlled Bluetooth hands-free car kits, like this one from Moshi, help us keep our eyes on the road while we’re driving.