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Who said that there wasnt any such thing as a baby manual?

Review posted Sat 16 Aug '14

There's an old adage that says something along the lines of 'babies don't come with a users manual' but here's an app that goes some way to defying that. iBaby is a new free baby health monitoring application that helps parents keep track of their baby's progress from conception to birth (and beyond.) Starting when you configure and enter your due date, this customizable application will keep you constantly updated as to where things stand and how long it will be until your baby is born. It also delivers week-by-week baby development information and a progress development bar so you ... Read more

Web Mobile vs. Native Apps – App Designers Discuss Pros and Cons

Cheerp Cheerp is the C++ compiler...
Review posted Thu 14 Aug '14

Mobile Web apps have come a long way to challenge their Native app counterparts and a debate has formed as to which method is best. Both offer users and developers advantages and hindrances in platform independence, performance, user discoverability, maintenance and much more. One thing is for certain, organizations developing their mobile content strategy should be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of both application technologies. Read more



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An exciting and addictive role playing game to keep you amused for hours

Hero TD - Ancient Continent Aid the Princess and help...
Review posted Tue 8 Jul '14

The Tower Defense (TD) style of video game is a sub-genre of real time strategy games where the idea is to try to stop an invading force from making inroads into your territory by using various fighting methods - and anything else you can get your hands on. I guess the genre began when Atari introduces the game Rampart way back in the early 90's. The graphics have changed a lot over the years but the gameplay is basically pretty similar. Hero TD - Ancient Continent is a multiplayer online role-playing game for Android, Blackberry10 and iOS that proves to ... Read more

A unique, convenient and reliable app to annotate all your business phone calls

Callorb Manage your Calls - Manage...
Review posted Sun 15 Jun '14

If you have to rely on hand written notes or your memory to keep track of your business dealings and phone calls in the 21st Century you really aren't fulfilling the potential of your capabilities. It's not so bad if you are dealing with the odd phone call but, if you are receiving a fair number of enquiries, there is no way you will be able to keep track of everything that is said or done. Callorb is a simple but effective productivity application for Android that let's you note and make notes on all your phone calls as soon ... Read more

Scan on your smartphone to check if your vegan food really is vegan

Vegan Scanner Identify whether a product is...
Review posted Wed 14 May '14

Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal-derived products with an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of sentient animals. Dietary vegans (or strict vegetarians) refrain from consuming all animal related products. This means meat, fish, chicken, eggs, dairy products and all other animal-derived substances. A trip to the supermarket however, often turns into a nightmare for vegans, because of the often confusing ingredient labeling on many of the items. Vegan Scanner lets you scan the item's barcode with your iOS or Android's camera and get information about the product.   As a vegan, when in ... Read more

Get compensation if your flight is cancelled or delayed

ClaimAir Collect flight compensations...
Review posted Mon 12 May '14

I'm betting that you, like me, have absolutely no idea that airlines have regulations in force that let you collect compensation for various flying conditions that may interrupt your trip. That's probably because the airlines like to keep it a secret and hide details in the fine print of your contract. The fact is, if your flight is delayed or cancelled or you are denied the right to board for some reason you may be eligible for some form of recompense from the airline involved. This is also true for some baggage related issues including loss or damage. ClaimAir is ... Read more

The QR code is about to take over the world

ScanLife ScanLife: Barcode Scanner &...
Review posted Tue 22 Apr '14

I've been saying for a while now that, when the general populace finally get their heads around the concept of QR codes, they will take over the world. They are the perfect vehicle to advertise product on smartphones and, in the blink of an eye, you can open a website, find prices and reviews, launch videos, show product information, buy merchandise or simply be entertained and find coupons. Scanlife is the global leader in providing cloud-based mobile solutions that bring products and information to life and introduce this all-in-one, lightning fast barcode scanner and QR code reader that's up there ... Read more

A simple and easy to use CRM thats perfect for small business

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Review posted Mon 14 Apr '14

The thing that I like most about business apps like this one is that they give small and medium sized businesses the chance to compete on a level playing field with their bigger competitors. Lynkos CRM is a user-friendly and comprehensive cloud-based productivity app that is as easy to use as a regular email account. Import and manage your contacts easily, manage and monitor your social feeds, follow up opportunities and involve your customers, create and assign tasks automatically and manage your team with ease - all from one place. Lynkos' unashamed aim is to improve the relationship you have ... Read more

Find fellow musicians, live gigs and rehearsal rooms around you using geolocalization

MeetMusic Musicians around you
Review posted Tue 1 Apr '14

It wasn't too many years ago that, if you were a musician, you could rock up to any number of pubs or bars with your instrument and find a whole bunch of other cool musicians to play or jam with. The downturn in the economy and the introduction of distractions like poker machines put paid to that in many cities around the world but there are still plenty of places where it is still possible to strap on the guitar and rock it out with the best of em. MeetMusic is a cool, free music application for iOS and Android ... Read more

A mobile diary so you dont forget your raving times

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Review posted Wed 26 Mar '14

When I was in my teens I went to so many gig sit is hard to remember them all but there was a period there of a year or so where I listed every single band that I saw in a diary. I think it came to about 385 if I remember rightly. I wish I had kept that diary. You'd have to spend a small fortune to see that many bands these days with current gig prices. I guess the modern day equivalent of that is the 'rave' music scene but, with so many punters being under the influence ... Read more

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