I love finding apps that really take advantage of what the iPad can do. I’m also a proud-and-out-loud font geek. iFontMaker is a mind-blowing app that scratches both of these itches in wondrous, sublime ways.
Starting today, Free Apps of the Day now includes the latest free eBooks, Music, and TV Episodes available in the iTunes Store — in addition to more free apps than you can shake a stick at!
There are more than 30 apps in today’s mega-edition of Free Apps of the Day! Books, toys, music and photo tools, and loads of games!
Boy, is it a good day for gamers! You’ll find a full slate of free games to keep you busy in today’s list, along with some nifty tools to help you do all sorts of cool things.
Keep a running tab of how many times you’ve done something today. Find out cool trivia about your own special days of the year. Monitor your Mac’s performance. And loads of games games games!
Need a tip calculator for eating out? Want to track your bicycling exercise? Add some fancy effects to your photos? Or maybe take a virtual vacation to Florence, Italy? All this and tons of games in today’s free apps!
Whether you’re looking for an RSS feed reader app for iPhone, iPad, or Mac, here are ten of the most useful and enjoyable apps you could employ — all of which are very easy on the eyes.
If you have an iPad, you have to contend with the virtual keyboard. And chances are, you hate the blasted thing. Typing without the tactile feedback of actual keys is a drag, and it doesn’t help that the keyboard appears to be very limited in what it can do. But appearances can be deceiving. Turns […]
Simple and addictive. These are the two words that keep coming to mind when trying to describe Flowpaper. I’ve really never seen anything quite like it. Pick the color of your canvas. Start drawing with a single finger, and lines will appear, following what you trace. But those lines quickly take on a life of […]
Is it a backup? Is it a streaming media service? Just what is iCloud? Yesterday, the Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off with Steve Jobs’ usual Apple keynote, in which he covered three major new platforms for consumers: OS X Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud. That last oneÂ is probably destined to dominate the headlines, and for […]