by Jaime Rivera | August 20, 2010 11:25 PM
So yeah,.. RSS readers for most smartphone platforms have existed for a while now. Some are good, some are bad, some are free and others have a price tag. Really, the only problem with them is that they all look the same. Most are simple unpolished headlines with a little imagery inside of each post and really no compelling way to invite you to read additional content from the channel you're in. Pulse News Mini is an iPad gone iPhone application that does a good job in sticking out from the crowd. This 4+ rated application sports a UI that's very similar to the Metro UI we're all drooling ...
by Jaime Rivera | August 17, 2010 5:08 PM
Part of the whole benefit of going to a gym is having a personal trainer in charge of our workout. Guys like me need to loose weight, so the smartest thing to do is to have someone guide you with the right routine to reach that goal, but what if time is against you? Most of us invest on home gyms to deal with that but that doesn't include a personal trainer for guidance. iFitness, in my opinion, is one of those key must have applications that can serve as a great solution for home and professional fitness on the go. Rated 4+ in the App Store, iFitness is probably one of the most complete ...
by Jaime Rivera | August 12, 2010 7:20 PM
This might sound lame, but one of my personal needs is to have a tool that does a really good job in helping me take notes and segregate these by date. Another is that the content of these notes is searchable because I usually revisit them to build my weekly tasks. Awesome Note is one of those Apps I've stumbled upon that does all these things effectively, and manages to do it in a very fancy and organized way. Aside from the basics, this is a 4+ rated app that allows you to add images and even map imagery to your notes so you can have an easier time reminding yourself. Obviously a video ...
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