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5 Apps to Get You Organized for 2017

Are you making a  New Year’s resolution for 2017? What’s it going to be? Are you finally going to stop procrastinating? Make it a point

December 02, 2016 Editorials, Pocketables
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Inbox by Gmail is now available in more browsers and on more devices

If you’re a fan of Inbox by Gmail, you’ll be pleased to know that Google has announced more compatibility with different devices and browsers this

February 19, 2015 Android, Laptops, Tablets
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Beats Music is temporarily suspending new users from signing up

Beats Music, the new streaming audio service that launched this week in the US, has temporarily suspended new users from signing up. The reason why?

January 23, 2014 Android, Apps, Good and EVO
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Beats Music launches in the US

After months (actually, years) of rumors, Beats Audio has finally launched its own streaming music service. With simultaneous launches on Android and iOS, and a

January 21, 2014 Android, Apps, Good and EVO
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Poll: Would you use Google’s Mobile Meter app in exchange for some kind of compensation?

According to Engadget, Google looks to be readying a new “Mobile Meter” app that users can install on their Android and iOS devices, essentially giving

October 14, 2013 Android, Apps, Good and EVO
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InstaLauncher is a nice new way to launch apps on jailbroken iOS devices

With iOS 7 being the massive disappointment it is, it’s become clear to me that the only UI innovation on iOS in the foreseeable future

July 29, 2013 Apple, Apps, Hacks
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Sprinkle Islands is an evolutionary successor to the first Sprinkle game for iOS and Android

It’s been a year and a half since I wrote about the first Sprinkle game, and now, the successor has been released on iOS and

July 22, 2013 Android, Apple, Apps
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The AppCrayon Deluxe Kickstarter project is a kid friendly smart stylus for the iPad

Crayon-shaped styluses for the iPad have been around for years, even in a (at least semi) smart capacity, but the AppCrayon Deluxe that’s on Kickstarter

July 18, 2013 Accessories, Apple
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Geocaching is perfect for mobile tech, but is handicapped by outdated rules

Several years ago, I started doing something called Geocaching. In a nutshell, you use a GPS receiver to track down hidden “caches” that other geocachers

July 15, 2013 Android, Apple, Apps
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Taposé, the great iPad app idea that never became a great iPad app

The story of the iPad app Taposé is one I first covered back in the days of Nothing but Tablets, one of the sites that

July 12, 2013 Apple, Apps, Editorials
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