Yesterday’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale was our biggest list of the week, but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. We’ve got plenty more nifty paid iOS apps on sale for you today — nine apps in total. These sales could end at any time, of course, so be sure to hurry up and download anything you see that looks appealing. And also, a few good apps from yesterday’s list are still free, so if you rush you can grab those as well. More →
More and more studies are looking into the potentially hazardous side effects of screen use on youngsters, from young children — who shouldn’t be given a tablet or smartphone for distraction purposes — to teenagers, who might develop certain sleeping disorders from too much smartphone, tablet, TV or console access.
A new study published in the BMJ Open journal now reveals that scientists have found out that the more hours teenagers spend looking at a device during the day, the less they sleep, and the longer it takes them to fall asleep. More →
What does success look like? Well, it looks exactly like the iPhone. I just can’t seem to get this ridiculously stupid CNN article from earlier this morning out of my head, and I did some digging as a result. In case you missed my tirade, a CNN reporter essentially asserted that the Apple Watch will be a flop because it won’t instantly represent a substantial portion of Apple’s revenue.
At the end of my post, I noted that the iPhone was obviously a flop as well in 2007, if one applies the same logic. So now, let’s see what that flop looks like today. More →
Another day, another list of cool paid iPhone and iPad apps you can download without paying a cent — and today’s list is our biggest of the week. Yesterday’s list had some rare gems on it, and a few of them are still free downloads as of the time of this writing. Today, we have 10 paid iOS apps in total and each and every one is on sale for free for a limited time.
Of course, these sales could be over at any moment, so be sure to hurry! More →
Mobile app maker PrismMoney is on a commendable mission. As the company points out, more than 60% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. According to a study published by Bankrate earlier this month and covered by The Wall Street Journal, only 38% of people polled said that they had enough money in the bank to cover a surprise $500 repair bill or a $1,000 emergency room visit.
At the same time,PrismMoney also notes that banks in the U.S. recently raised average overdraft fees to a record high of $30 per incident, which led to the collection of overdraft fees totalling $32 billion in 2014.
While smartphones and tablets might be helpful when it comes to keeping your kids entertained or teaching them various skills, you may want to hold off on letting your kids use them until they’re at least 30 months old. The Guardian, citing Boston University School of Medicine researchers who talked to the Pediatrics journal, says that use of smartphones and tablets at that age might have significant adverse effects. More →
As it turned out, 2014 was a pretty good year for smartphone fans. There weren’t really any huge advances or mind-blowing innovations, but phones grew sleeker and more powerful than ever, and there were even a few surprises at the end of the year that blew us away. There are so many solid phones on the market now that it’s hard to keep track of them all, and if you’re currently shopping for a new handset that could definitely be a problem.
Thankfully, there are some great tools out there that really help us visualize the current state of the smartphone war. More →
Apple is better than Google. Google is better than Apple. The iPhone is better than Android phones. Android is better than the iPhone. The argument will rage on for years to come, and the truth is all four of those statements are accurate. The iPhone is better than Android… at some things. Android is better than the iPhone… in some ways. And so on.
We’ve covered a few posts in recent history that explain various ways Android phones are better than the iPhone, and now it’s time to take a look at the flip side of the coin and examine why the iPhone is better than Android handsets. More →
Yesterday we posted a list of eight paid iPhone and iPad apps worth a combined $48 that were all on sale for free, and you can still download several of them without paying a penny if you hurry. But today, we have eight more paid iOS apps on sale for free that are just as good — or perhaps even better, in some cases. Tuesday’s list is normally worth a combined $40, so be sure to download anything that looks appealing as soon as possible to make sure you don’t miss these great sales. More →
We’re starting off February with a bang on Monday, bringing you a terrific list of paid iPhone and iPad apps that are currently on sale for free. It would normally cost you $78 in total to download all of the nifty apps on today’s list, but each and every one of them is on sale for free right now for a limited time. As always, these sales could end at any minute so be sure to hurry up and grab anything that looks appealing as soon as you can. More →
On Thursday we covered a very cool new gadget that can clip onto an iPhone or any other smartphone, tablet or laptop, and it completely changes the way your device captures photos. Unfortunately, the accessory isn’t yet available for purchase and it isn’t scheduled to begin shipping until early this summer. In the meantime, iOS apps can only do so much, but people looking to really up their iPhone 6 photography game already have a variety of nifty accessories to choose from.
Here are five of the coolest ones you can currently get on Amazon: More →
Another busy week is coming to a close and here on the East Coast, we survived the blizzard that never was. What better way to celebrate than with a fresh list of cool paid iPhone and iPad apps that can be downloaded for free for a limited time? Yesterday’s list was an awesome one, and a few gems are still available for free if you hurry.
Today, we have eight new apps for you that normally cost a combined $42 to download, but they’re all completely free for a short time. More →
The images below are stills taken from a video, and no apps or clever visual effects were added. Instead, they were captured using a nifty new iPhone accessory called the “Trippy Clip,” which can clip onto any iPhone, iPad, Android device or even a laptop. The device is a small, inexpensive accessory that is currently in development, and it’s set to launch this summer. More →