Ios apps

Make neighborhoods safer with this personal tracking app

AidMaid is one of those apps that one hopes neither you nor your friends will ever need to use. I guess that's a strange first line for a review but, if I told you that it's a personal alarm and tracking app, I'm sure you'll come around to my way of thinking. As I'm sure you are aware, these are dangerous times. In some neighborhoods around the world, you can be taking your life in your hands every time you walk home at night. However, with the AidMaid Trusted Companion app on your Android or iOS, you'll be able to contact a hero nearby in a matter of seconds if you think you might be in ...  More

AidMaid Trusted Companion Mar 26th 2016

The next generation of restaurant POS apps is here for you now

The restaurant business has really changed over the years. There was a time when many dining spots were basically mom and dad affairs. You ordered your food from one of them and the other would cook it to your specifications - with a bit of luck. But restaurants nowadays seem to have got bigger and more complicated and you almost need a Maitre'D in each to control the flow and to make sure that everything runs to perfection. However, it's not exactly easy to find someone who is competent and hard working enough to live up to the name these days.  More

Kounta POS Mar 22nd 2016

Call on Bluee for the chepest prices and best voice quality for international calls

Let's face it, everyone loves cheap phone calls, don't they? Even more so if you are traveling overseas where a call back home could potentially cost you a small fortune.  Of course, there are a squillion apps out there that offer 'the best deal in town.' Viber, HiTalk and WePhone all offer great deals but each has it's problems. With some,  it is poor sound quality with no texting option available and with others, their prices are not quite as cheap as you think they should be. Bluee Free International Calls is a new free phone app for Android and iPhone that offers the lowest ...  More

Bluee Free International Calls Mar 18th 2016

A fun rhyming kids game that will also improve their math skills

According to the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the math skills that students learn at a young age build a foundation for future learning endeavors and can be a good indicator of whether or not young people will be able to meet and overcome new challenges as they mature. An article by noted 'out of the box' author Malcolm Gladwell a few years ago suggests that the more advanced a child is when first entering school, the more they improve exponentially throughout their whole education. Engaging children to the concept of math early on in their life is more ...  More

Math Tales - The Jungle Mar 17th 2016

Online shopping thats cheaper than your local dollar shop with free postage thrown in

You've gotta wonder sometimes how those 'dollar stores' that you find in malls manage to sell their stuff so much cheaper than regular stores. I mean, in many cases, they are exactly the same products. Same brand name, same size but so much cheaper than the store just up the road. The answer, of course, lies in their ability to cut out the middlemen. But what if I told you that you could slash those dollar shop prices by up to 90% just by shopping online? You'd jump at it, right?  More

DollarLux Mar 11th 2016

Find all the kids activities that are going on around you in a flash

Now that the local newspaper has pretty much bitten the dust, it's hard work finding out all the activities that are going on in your local area. It's not so bad for adults because most of our extracurricular activities - whether they be movies, bands or outdoor events - are advertised reasonably heavily. Entertainment for kids, on the other hand, can be quite low-key with organizers often dependent on word of mouth to get people to come along.  More

Yuggler Mar 8th 2016

The only Canadian tax app that pushes you straight to a professional

It's tax time again in Canada. Income tax returns for individuals are due in by April 30th with the self employed needing theirs to be filed by June 15th. Nobody likes paying them but taxes are what makes the world go around. There's no reason, however, not to be sure of getting all your deductions in correctly and minimizing the amount that you pay. Big businesses do it all the time so there's no need to feel guilty about it.  More

TAXplan Feb 27th 2016

A group trip planner that solves four familiar problems

Over the years we've seen hundreds of travel apps pass through the offices of FeedMyApp for review. I don't quite know why it is but I can honestly say that we've loved most of them. Maybe it is that hankering to get away from our humdrum lives and find a nice desert island somewhere to relax on - somewhere that’s away from wars, politicians and the Kardashians. We'd probably all go away together if it wasn't for the fact that it's a pain in the ass to organize.  More

GrupTrip Feb 23rd 2016

The innovative generation starts here

I seem to come up with my best ideas in the shower, for some reason. I think I solved world peace in there one day. The only trouble is, ideas are a bit like dreams at times. Unless you write them down straight away, they disappear like smoke in the wind. IdeaSwipe takes the whole concept of brainstorming ideas one step further by creating an app that turns your iOS or Android into an ideas receptacle and lets you invite friends, colleagues and other creatives to develop them into reality.  More

IdeaSwipe Feb 18th 2016

A social community for the writers amongst us

There have been positives and negatives to the world of writing since the introduction of the ebook and kindle a few years back. On the one hand there seems to be less physical books on the shelves of stores but on the positive side, it has opened things up to the point where virtually anyone can now write and be published electronically. All that's needed is some inspiration and a good writing style. That's the difficult part!  More

Prose Feb 18th 2016