Pie Control is a handy Android 4.0 app that follows the same concept seen in browser quick gestures and the ParanoidAndroid ROM. It's easy to jump from one app to the next, whether switching or launching, and do much more. Here's a video demonstration of the app.
Cloud and back-up service Carbonite has put an interesting twist on its service by introducing Currents, a new tool that enables synchronizing files across devices, enables group sharing and collaboration, and automatically stores up to 30 days of files - all of which is done automatically.
Google Play occasionally has coordinated sales that provide deep discounts on some of the top premium Android apps, but there's no need to constantly wait for a major sale to find deals on paid Android apps.
Grocery iQ is a cross-platform mobile app that lets users easily manage their grocery shopping lists with others in their household. It's ease of use and powerful syncing features earn it the nod for our Best App Ever...this week title.
Newsify is a relatively new Google Reader app for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad that pairs some of the best features of Flipboard and Reeder into one fast and powerful app. Its feature set and easy-on-the-eyes interface earn it the nod for Best iOS App Ever...this week.
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.