On APPvice Episode 18 we discussed some of our favorite Android launchers.
There are many reasons I love Dropbox and have been a faithful user for years. I will not go into all the points, but do want to mention how very much I adore the Camera Upload feature of the Dropbox app on my device.
There is a lot of hype happening right now around RSS apps (primarily due to the fact that Google Reader is shutting down soon). Oddly enough, just prior to this news Christopher and I (Jennifer) had gotten together on the Total iPad podcast to discuss two RSS apps… Mr. Reader and Google Currents.
The discussion/show is broken into two parts…
Last night, Jennifer and I discussed our favorite applications for 2012. I picked 2 iOS applications both of which were iPad and she picked 2 Android applications. The 2 iPad applications I picked were Photoshop Touch and vjay. I plan on doing a brief review of Photoshop Touch in the next couple of days as I feel it is easily the best photo/image editing application available on the iPad at the moment.
These are 4 terrific applications that you should really consider checking out for your device.
Tick-tock, tick-tock… don’t you wish you had more free time? Time for yourself, perhaps time to read? If you are anything like me, you may find it tough to find the time to sit down, relax, and read. If so, Audiobooks.com may be a great solution for you.
Why Audiobooks.com? Well, in today’s busy, multi-tasking world, it is quite challenging to take the time to read. When I attempt reading time, I become edgy and do not have peace of mind, because I know there are other productive tasks that still need to be finished. With Audiobooks.com, I am able to read (via listening) while I clean, exercise, walk, hike, commute, and travel. I love every minute of it. I feel almost as if I’m in “The Matrix,” having knowledge downloaded into my brain. This, imo, is multi-tasking at its finest. Continue Reading
On this week’s APPvice, we chatted about the cloud, what the cloud is, and some of our favorite cloud services. Give it a listen!
- Dropbox (Desktop): iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Kindle Fire
- SugarSync (Desktop): iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows Mobile (not new Windows Phone), Outlook
- SkyDrive (Desktop): Window Phone, iOS, Android
- Google Drive (Desktop): Android, iOS
- iCloud: iOS, OSX
- Box (Desktop): iOS, Android, Windows Phone
- Cubby: iOS, Android (in beta, invitation only)
Note: ZumoDrive was mentioned on the show, but they are no longer in service. Apologies for any confusion.