Ever wanted to have a police scanner but just couldn’t justify it? Well, now’s your chance to indulge in listening to your local police or fire radio conversations on your iPhone. Emergency Radio by EdgeRift allows you to search, find, and stream emergency radio conversations from all over the U.S. You can find emergency radio channels… [Read more of this review]Quick Look: AT&T myWireless Mobile by AT&T
AT&T released a long-overdue account management app for the iPhone. The app allows users to view and pay bills, view voice and data usage and browse account features. I took the app for a spin today and found pretty much all the functionality that I would be looking to do online, in the app.
Supplementing AT&T myWireless, a popular service… [Read more of this review]
One of my favorite real estate websites, Zillow, has released their first iPhone app to the iTunes App Store. The app brings the companies trademark real estate map search and Zestimate to the palm of your hand. One thing that I love about the Zillow.com website is the ability to see homes for sale in a neighborhood laid out on a map. I also really… [Read more of this review]App Review: WeatherBug Elite Brings Weather to Your Fingertips
WeatherBug Elite by AWS Convergence Technologies is an amazing weather app. By using your current location (or another location that you choose), it can give you just about anything you want to know about the current or upcoming weather. Like many of the other weather or time apps, you can input several different cities in which you wish to track… [Read more of this review]App Review: Cropulator by Digital Film Tools
I originally downloaded Cropulator (by Digital Film Tools) a few weeks ago, and after being very disappointed with the app, I decided it wasn’t worth my time for a review. However, with a recent update that hit the App Store last week, I decided I would give it another try. This time I was pretty pleased with it.
Cropulator is a pretty straight… [Read more of this review]
Ever wanted to check the price of airfare, but there is not a computer around? Or maybe you just want to get out of town. inZania has two apps in the iTunes App Store designed to help you find the cheapest and best airfare.
The first app is called Cheap Escape. This app is very simple [...]
As a photography and photo buff, I am always looking for good, quality, mobile photo apps. I downloaded a few photography apps over the past several months and had given up on finding one that did the few things that I need to do on my phone in a mobile environment (ie. cropping, rotation and [...]App Review: Numerus by Balazs Faludi
Numerus is a powerful and straight forward calculator app. Reviewing this app took me back to Calculus class and my good old TI-81. While this app does not offer a graphing function, that is just about the only thing it does not do. The first thing that struck me with this app is the ability [...]App Review: Tempo is a Musician’s Best Friend
Metronomes are expensive to buy and then you have to carry it around with you to orchestra rehearsals, quartet practices, and lessons. Tempo by Frozen Ape allows you to use your iPhone, which you are probably carrying everywhere anyway, as a metronome. The only questions are, does it have all the functions you need and [...]App Review: Official Skype App Released, VOIP For Everyone.
The official Skype app for iPhone was released yesterday with much fanfare around the interwebs. So we took the app for a little test drive.
Upon launch you are presented with the typical Skype list of contacts. From here you can select a contact from the list and initiate a chat conversation or voice call. [...]