I remember when I got my first camera phone. I thought it was great to be able to take pictures of the class list at school, notes taken in a meeting, or a schedule posted on the wall. Then, when I got a smart phone that was capable of sending emails, I could email these photos to others. I had all the information I needed at my fingertips, or so… [Read more]App Review: Notae Mihi by Pearapps
Notae Mihi is the best replacement for the built in notes app on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
It provides many advanced features that the built in app does not have, such as tags, todos, passcode lock and a lot more.
Notae Mihi is hands down the best Notes and Todos app in the app store to date. It has an amazingly slick UI, that is fast and efficient… [Read more]App Review: Password Manager Secret Server by Tycotic
Either you are frustrated with having to manage of privileged account passwords or you do not bother with ever changing them. If you share a SU account among techs, is that really a safe practice? The IT infrastructure world is vulnerable to hacking and when generic passwords are used, and then shared among users, this creates an even more vulnerable… [Read more]App Review: Dataman by Xvision
Are you on a limited data plan (e.g. AT&T)? Want to prevent additional
data charges on your iPhone bill? Then DataMan is your answer.
The DataMan iPhone app is a data usage manager that monitors your
cellular and Wi-Fi data usage in the background, keeping a log of your
activities. What’s more, it geotags your data activities. So you can
browse… [Read more]
This is an app that should be the first on your device. This is a great app that will show you when you need to charge, how long to charge, and even keeps a log of your charges along with the dates they were recorded. Unlike other battery management apps this one lets you take full control and customize it by changing the themes of it. This great… [Read more]App Review: Air Display by Avatron Software Inc.
Looking for an interesting and unique way to use all of that iPad screen real-estate? Well, here it is! Air Display allows you to extend your Mac screen onto your iPad via a wifi connection. So, say you’re on the go and need a little more screen for your Photoshop tools or some widgets, just launch air display on your iPad and launch the app on your… [Read more]Traveling with Your iPhone? Evaluating and Using VoIP While On the Go
This past week I went on a planned business trip to Vancouver, British Columbia (home of the 2010 Winter Olympics). Knowing that this trip was coming I did some research in using my iPhone while out of the USA – if you’ve ever traveled with your iPhone you know that roaming charges can be expensive. Roaming is expensive and in fact, upon landing in… [Read more]App Review: Ping! by Gary Fung
Touted as the Blackberry Messenger for iPhone, Ping! promises to deliver instant messages to all of your friends using the app on either iPhone or iPod Touch. We’ve been using Ping! now for a little while and found it to be similar to textfree unlimited, which we use extensively here at AppChatter.com. However, these apps are not the same and do serve… [Read more]App Review: Animation Creator by Red Software LLC
Animation Creator by Red Software LLC is a nifty app that allows you to draw and create your own animations – frame by frame. I first downloaded Animation Creator a couple of days ago and started into my first animation, these are my findings while using this app.
So, like everyone else, I too am intrigued by creating my own animations. There’s… [Read more]App Review: Net Scan (Ports and Networks Scanner) by Pavel Ahafonau
I’m a fan of port scanners as much as the next geek, so when I saw Net Scan (Ports and Networks Scanner) in the iTunes App Store this week I had to give it a try. Network or port scanners are typically used by network admins, system admins and security professionals. They are typically used in larger environments as a means to discover what services… [Read more]