An update to Google Search for iOS has delivered much of the same joy that Android users have enjoyed for the past 10 months, but what are iPhone and iPad users missing with their version of Google Now?
Apple iOS comes with a reminders app to help spark your memory, but it's designed to meet only the most basic needs. Reminder+ is another simple app for remembering what needs to be done, but it manages to provide more sophistication and options based on location.
Apple iPhone users jealous of Google Now still don't have the official app to distract them, but a new iOS app called Osito attempts deliver the basics of predicting what personal information you're likely to seek.
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.
Apple's new iPad is here, and it offers users a super-high resolution display and 4G LTE data connectivity as well as a new 1080p HD capable 5 megapixel camera. Michael tests out the new king of tablets in this review.
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.
One of the the iPhone 4/4S's features is its exquisitely designed glass and metal hardware. As a result of this, many owners take steps to protect the front of their iPhones with various films and screen protectors. To satisfy that need, prolific accessory maker Moshi offers the iVisor AG, a unique take on the traditional screen protector. I've been testing one on my iPhone 4S for the past week or so, and here are my thoughts.
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.
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.