App Review: March Madness (iOS)

I don’t normally follow the NCAA tournament outside of the championship game, but this app makes it hard not to. The NCAA has released their own official March Madness app for iOS and it is chock full of awesomeness. If you own an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, you could conceivably follow the entire tournament […]

Appy Friday: WGI

Recently, Winter Guard International released their own iOS app, joining the ranks of Drum Corps International, Drum Corps Europe, the Blue Devils, and the Phantom Regiment as marching arts organizations with apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch. While there are some similarities between this and the other apps, the WGI app has a couple […]

Why You Should Wait On The Verizon iPhone

It finally happened: Verizon now offers the iPhone. A straightforward half-hour press conference featuring execs from Verizon and Apple made it official this morning. The ViPhone is, for all intents and purposes, a clone of the AT&T iPhone 4 with one major exception – as Verizon’s cell network is based on CDMA technology, this iPhone […]

Appy Friday: Genius Scan

Picture this scenario – You’re at a client’s office. You’ve given them a document such as a purchase authorization form to sign. You need to get the signed form back to your office, but you won’t be back for a couple days and your office doesn’t have a fax machine. You could take a picture […]

Appy Friday! – Audible.com

Since I reviewed the audiobook version of The Accidental Billionaires yesterday, I thought it appropriate that I start off my new weekly series, Appy Friday, with a review of the Audible.com app, with which I listened to that book. First, though, I would like to welcome you to this new addition to my site. Each […]