Android Apps: Now Playing

If you want a good minimalistic music app and you also like the direction that Google is going with the design of most of their services (flat and minimal), then you might want to try out Now Playing. I don’t listen to music much on the phone but I do like the app to look nice when I do listen....
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Android Apps: Expense Manager

If you are the kind of person who likes to keep track of everything that you are spending, it can be quite a task. One thing that can make it easier is a well designed app that you feel like using when you have to use it. Great design is generally a barrier that prevents me from using an app to its fullest....
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iPad Apps – Remote Access App Splashtop

Does it ever happen to you, that you are away from one of your computers and you find that you would very much like to be able to carry out a particular task on it, but you can’t; and your only choice is to wait till you are at the computer to do what you wanted to do? What could these tasks be,...
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Windows Phone Apps: FastNote

To say that apps are lacking on the Windows Phone platform would not be completely untrue. Although there are very nice apps for all the usual things that a person may want to do on a phone, the app discovery experience is a little lacking. So it was a pleasant surprise when I happened to install FastNote,...
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Get Apps on the Desktop with Pokki

We have all gotten used to apps. We have apps on our phones, on our tablets, on our desktops / laptops and even on our TVs. There is something very comforting in the fact that you are using something designed to do a particular task well. I prefer to use apps even if there is an alternative way to use...
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Mileage Tracker for the iPad

There is a serious lack of powerful and good looking mileage tracking apps for the iPad. A problem which is not faced by it’s sibling, the iPhone. Why this dearth of apps in this category exists is not something I can put my finger on. In an effort to use the iPad as much as possible, it is very...
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iPad Apps – Writings

Since I have got the iPad, I have been trying to do as much as possible on it. It hasn’t been easy. After getting the usual apps up and running on the iPad, like, Twitter, Facebook, various feed readers, I had to seriously start thinking about what else I can do with this thing. A lot of people...
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iPad Apps – MobileRSS

On the iPad there are a lot of apps that you can use to consume news and information. A lot of these apps, like Zite and Flipboard, provide a very nice reading experience from a variety of sources on the basis of topics that you choose. While I really like reading in Zite, Google Reader remains my staple...
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