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A simple and effective app to help prevent parking tickets

Parking dot RIP Parking.RIP makes parking...
Review posted Mon 9 Nov '15

Is there anything more frustrating and completely pointless for a motorist than getting a parking fine? We all know that half the time it's simply a revenue earner for the company or local jurisdiction and it doesn't seem to matter too much whether you are one minute or one hour over your time limit. Parking inspectors take little notice and the fine seems to be exactly the same. Parking.RIP is a new GPS based app for Android and iOS that helps in a number of ways and makes parking fines history. Read more

A better way to access all your email accounts on Android

MailDroid - Free Email App MailDroid is your IMAP Idle...
Review posted Wed 24 Jun '15

If you are an Android user you are probably reasonably content with the excellent inbuilt email system. But, while there's nothing wrong with it, there are definitely times when you might need email management that has a bit more clout. This will be particularly useful if you use your phone for business and especially if you have multiple email accounts. MailDroid is a free email app for Android that supports an unlimited number of email accounts whether they be from IMAP servers, cloud mail servers or the usual free email servers like Hotmail, Yahoo Mail and Gmail etc. Read more

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Review posted Tue 24 Mar '15

Its a strange thing but the comments box at the bottom of a website page often offers some of the most incisive comments that you can find. I don't know about you but it's often the first thing I look at after perusing a page about a product or service. Sometimes there are a few iffy comments in there but, generally speaking, you can find out tips and recommendations and it's a really good way for developers to find out what their visitors are really thinking. It's also an opportunity to answer queries as well as engaging your community and ... Read more

Offer a helping hand and increase your good karma

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Review posted Wed 2 Jul '14

Happy2Help is probably one of the most philanthropic community based applications for iPhone that we've seen this year. Whilst others offer simple, commercial operations, this one gives you a chance to improve your karma in the world by offering a helping hand to other users. Happy2Help is a social community that allows you to offer or receive help no matter whether it be learning a language, getting help with your homework or anything else you may need help with.   Happy2Help is an iPhone app that makes it easy for anyone to offer and receive help. It could be in ... Read more

Analyze Common Core tests with heat maps

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Review posted Sun 11 May '14

I guess the best way to describe a heat map is probably to think of it as a table or a spreadsheet. Rather than detailing information with numbers, however, heat maps highlight the same information but use colors instead. This makes it clearer and easier for experienced users to analyze certain aspects of information. Read Heat is an education application that uses this technology to better analyze students to see how they react and respond to questions posed in the new Common Core standards testing. It aims to find out more about how students respond to the latest formats of ... Read more

A small business app to follow your leads

Nectar App Sweet & Simple Lead Tracking
Review posted Thu 8 May '14

Big business has whole departments to follow up on any business leads in order to take them to fruition. They run vast CRM's that are overflowing with features and make sure that they do everything in their power to nurture even the merest hint of a lead and turn it into a business opportunity. That's not so easy if you are a freelancer, an entrepreneur or a small businessperson who might not have the time or the resources to follow things up quite as efficiently. Nectar is an easy-to-use and very manageable lead tracking solution that is designed for those ... Read more

The best, fastest and cheapest way of getting around town

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Review posted Thu 1 May '14

You might have noticed the kerfuffle that has been kicked up about this next generation taxi application - actually they call it private hire and ride sharing - over the last few months. Uber has been featured on the front pages of newspapers all over the world from New York to Australia. So, why is it causing such a fuss? Well, Uber has come into conflict with Government and traditional taxi companies who believe that there are insurance issues and that both cars and drivers should have to be licensed.  But, the fact of the matter is, Uber appears to ... Read more

Create boards and collect all your files, text and rich media together in one place

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Review posted Mon 28 Apr '14

I planned the ultimate road trip around California a few years ago and researched it to perfection. I started a new Word page for each part of the journey and copiously listed all the websites, resources and attractions I wanted to visit for each section of the journey - right down to the music that I wanted to hear. My hard work paid off and the trip was one of the best I've ever done. If Mammoth had been around back then though, it would have saved me a hell of a lot of time - not to mention looking ... Read more

The safest way to avoid parking tickets

ParkingMaestro Local app to save motorists...
Review posted Wed 9 Apr '14

If there's one thing that's guaranteed to put a motorist in a foul mood for the day, it's the parking fine. To be fined hundreds of dollars for simply parking your car for five minutes longer that it should be is, to be quite honest, rather pathetic. To my mind, councils should be putting more of our tax dollars into building car parks and improving public transport than hiring thousands of resolute parking officers to slap a ticket on your car. The fact is, our cities are overcrowded and there are more cars on the roads these days than ever ... Read more

Navigate your way with simple GPS on your windshield

Review posted Sun 26 Jan '14

According to the latest World Health Organization figures, there are about 350,000 people who die EVERY DAY from injuries sustained while driving in low visibility weather conditions. Whether it be rain, fog, heavy snow or just simply the darkness of night, any conditions that impair your normal viewing ability can be downright dangerous. However, where the trouble really lies is when you are in an unusual location and you have to refer to a map to see where you are going. It's hard enough in good conditions but, when you throw in poor visibility, it could well prove deadly. Hudway ... Read more

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