Posted by Gwen Phua | Dec 15, 2011 | Comments 0
Are you a Google Calendar user? If so, GoCal by Light Room is one app you might like to add to your iPad. Unlike the native Calendar app, GoCal can help you arrange reminders of approaching events by email and SMS, in addition to regular local device alerts. Continue on to iPadmodo for the full review.
Posted by Adam | Jul 05, 2011 | Comments 0
California based Energize Software today introduces Fun Countdown 1.0, an interactive holiday and custom recurring calendar event iPad app. Use multitouch gestures to position, rotate, and scale visual events. Select built-in music or choose from your own music library, change background pictures, set alerts, and save visual event layouts for later retrieval. Fun Countdown features extensive recurring event options. Display all events in a list sorted by date, name or enabled status and more.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Jun 24, 2011 | Comments 2
Are you someone who likes to get organized? If you’ve ever used a paper organizer in the past, you’ll find yet more to like about Organizer (Google Calendar™ support) and Organizer HD by Aesthology Inc. These iOS apps will allow you to schedule events and tasks, draft to-dos, make lists, and even insert extras like pictures and maps, contacts and smilies.
Posted by Adam | Jun 23, 2011 | Comments 0
Toronto based Xinsight today introduces Cosmos Timer 1.0, its new productivity tool for iOS devices. Cosmos Timer can track events with both flexible and hard due dates. There’s an alert when the timer expires, but it continues to count up from the due date to show how much time has passed. The countdown to the end of the timer is featured prominently in the interface, which allows for users to anticipate events that might be days, weeks or even years in the future.
Posted by Adam | Jun 20, 2011 | Comments 0
Greenstones today introduces its first location-based TimeClock for iPhone. TimeClock tracks your time automatically as you enter or leave the office. You just need to indicate where do you work or select it on the map. The TimeClock will then track your location and calculate the hours you have worked even if the application is not running. Easily review and change times and comments manually. The weekly and monthly reports will help you export times to your preferred spreadsheet application.
Posted by Mike Lata | Jan 28, 2011 | Comments 2
I took a lot of photos and some video of the event and many exhibitions I had a chance to check out. The event was great with some really unique gadgets, apps and innovations to see. I was really taken and impressed by a solar battery charger shown tested on the iPad called the JOOS Solar Charger — I also found out at the event that it won an award during CES 2011 for innovation. Imagine having an iPad charged (at least up to 70% of full battery) wherever there is sun present. I also liked the comfortable swing chair that desktop Mac users should feel at home with and the variety of skins available from Music Skins as decorations for the iDevices (I was told desktops and laptops as well).
Posted by Mike Lata | Jan 27, 2011 | Comments 0
Tonight I attended the Macworld 2011 Media Evening Reception event at the Moscone Center West Hall — previewing what to expect from the next three days of Macworld 2011 in San Francisco. Tonight’s event was basically a media gathering of various press members from all kinds of Mac or app related websites and magazines (even a gentleman from a newspaper wanted to cover tech) and there was food and beer to go around — or wine for the more exquisite out there. In this little preview of the main event — that will be hosted at the same Moscone Center West Hall Jan. 27-29 — the press was basically getting to know each other and discussing Mac apps, hardware and tech; but there was also a number of products displayed for us to examine. I received a nice iPad case and a little iPad hand strap.