Productivity is such an overused word, but it does play an integral role in bringing the bacon home. While some people may be able to manipulate their work circumstances so they get paid without producing anything, online workers usually do not have that luxury. It’s all about production and performance. Otherwise, one will have a […]
Our homes should be comfortable but not mundane. They should nurture and inspire. They should be as personal and easy to modify as a playlist or profile pic and as creative as our imagination allows. Home automation is a giant step in this direction. At home, work or anywhere, lighting moves us, shapes our moods, […]
It’s been a long journey, but the day has arrived. MailDeck hits the App Store today! In this special final part of our series on “How an App Is Made,” we take an up-close look at the final leg of the process: submission and publication.
BBM for iOS updated with support for WiFi-only iPads (via The Inquirer) CANADIAN PHONE MAKER Blackberry announced an update for its iOS Blackberry Messenger (BBM) app on Friday, which sees the service arriving on the iPad. The update, which bumps BBM for iOS to version 1.0.4, adds support for WiFi-only iPad devices, which…
Technology is continually creating new features and applications for smart devices. From travel apps to health apps, the selection is practically endless. But perhaps the most appealing are iPhone apps for charity. There are five outstanding apps for the iPhone whose primary purpose is to make the world a much better place. Here they are. […]
Apple might make Garageband a freemium standard (via The Inquirer) GADGET DESIGNER Apple might be making its Garageband app available by default on iOS. Mac site Macrumours noticed the change to Apple’s list of built-in apps for the iPhone 5S and was first to spot Garageband. “Garageband is free on the App Store for…
When news happens, your iPhone and iPad news apps can be counted on to send out notifications so you know immediately what’s going on. But some news apps are faster and more thorough than others.
How much money do you spend on apps? Take a look at your purchased apps, and maybe you’ll have an idea of just how much you’ve spent over the years. I’ve actually heard people say that they can’t imagine ditching iOS simply because of the amount they have invested in apps. To be honest, I […]
Have you ever wondered how apps get made? In Part 2 of our exclusive series, we’re going to learn what it takes to build an app, exactly how it’s done, and how to make the hard decisions.
We at AppleGazette are big fans of IFTTT. It makes automating tasks super simple, and works with tons of great apps and social networks. Here are 10 IFTTT recipes every Apple owner should use.