I've been primarily an Android user for a long time. But that was not possible, for real, until one thing happened. That thing was the TouchDown Exchange client by NitroDesk. It's my pick for this week's Best App Ever.
Since Google offers no native Google Music app support on the iPhone and iPad, what's an iOS music fan to do? In this article, Dan checks out three third-party Google Music apps for iOS and compares them, and even touches on what Google's HTML5 webapp for Google Music offers.
Sparrow is a new email app for the iPhone from the makers of the Sparrow app for the Mac OS X desktop. It aims to provide a better email experience than the iPhone's native mail app, while still offering a clean and intuitive user interface.
As anyone who knows me well can attest, I have an unhealthy love for and slight obsession with coffee. It's the first thing I consume each day and I obsess over making the perfect cup each and every time. One of the main components of making a great cup of coffee is getting your ratios of coffee to water and your time spent brewing correct, and that is where the Brew Control app for the iPhone helps me out each and every day and what makes it the Best iPhone app ever...this week.
RealVNC's VNC Viewer app for iOS and Android is our pick for Best App Ever...this week. It allows smartphone and tablet users to remotely control a desktop, laptop, or other Windows, Mac, or Linux computer with full mouse and keyboard support.
Posting, surfing, and sharing things on Twitter is one of the main activities that I do with my iPhone on a daily basis. Though iOS 5 includes some nice Twitter feature to share links and pictures, power Twitter users will want a dedicated app and for me that app is Tweetbot. Tweetbot, which received a significant update to version 2.0 this week, offers an attractive interface complete with a myriad of gestures and other features that earn it the title of Best iPhone app ever...this week.
There is no shortage of to-do list apps for the iPhone, but the one that keeps grabbing our attention and to-dos is Wunderlist by 6Wunderkinder. Wunderlist's attractive looks, easy syncing, and cross-platform capabilities make it an obvious choice for the Best iPhone App Ever...this week.
Apple's iPhone 4S (and the iPhone 4 before it) has a tremendous camera, but that doesn't mean it can't be improved. Camera+ does the best job I have seen at building on the iPhone 4S's camera capabilities, and that's why it has earned a permanent spot in my dock and the title of Best iPhone App Ever This Week.
In this Best App Ever installment, Michael takes a look at EndoMondo, an app for most smartphone platforms that lets you keep track of all sorts of different athletic activities with stats, maps, and a bit of social networking thrown in, for good measure.
We are kicking off a new feature here at MobileBurn where we share some of our favorite apps on various platforms. To start things off, Dan has picked Slice as the Best iPhone App Ever This Week, as it came in quite handy during the recent holiday shopping season.