Smartphone users can basically be divided into two main camps – the iOS camp and the Android camp. You would think that it’s all just a matter of mobile phone operating system preference, and that at the core of usability, both camps use their phones the same way. But an interesting survey made by Experian […]
Realmac Software, makers of some of the slickest Mac and iOS apps, are preparing to drop a new photography app called Analog Camera. If you love the ultra-simple interface and gestures of their to-do app Clear, you’re going to feel right at home with Analog.
Clashot is an iPhone app that sets out to turn the photos on your iPhone into cash in your pocket. Does it really work? Read on.
According to information released by Vietnamese site Tinhte, the long-rumored iPhone 5S will sport an improved camera and will also come with certain enhancements to taking photos. Tinhte may be a little-known site but it has proven itself historically by releasing accurate information on Apple products.
Seems like everyone’s got an opinion on the rate of innovation of smartphones these days. Samsung’s just announced its next Galaxy S phone, which comes with several new features. But for many users, the feature that trumps them all is the Galaxy S’ huge screen. It begs the question: Is screen size really that important?
I use Firefox on my Mac. Sometimes I use Chrome. I never use Safari. When it comes to my iPad, I’d much rather use Firefox. But that’s not happening anytime soon. Here’s why.
An industry report published today says that Apple’s iPhone is considered by users to be three times more reliable than its nearest competitor, Samsung. Needless to say, the iPhone tops the list on smartphone reliability.
Just like every other iPhone release announcement, the relatively recent Apple event for the iPhone 5 got more than its fair share of attention from the press – and the average gadget enthusiast. Apple fanboys and haters alike tried their hardest best to make their voices heard above the din, and come the official release […]