it is meditation game for every one....
Mashable's new app breaks out of the "blog app" genre with a lovely, usable UI and an easy way to see trending stories. View stories by category, tag, and latest. Get the latest social media news in your pocket.
IMDb is excellent and has just replaced Movie Genie on my 3GS. This is an absolute must-have app for all movie buffs. Startup time is very fast (almost instantaneous) and the whole app moves along at a lightning pace with no noticeable lag time at all. The home screen is simple and uncluttered; search box, movies, TV and people tabs, plus your customisable shortcuts (including search history).
The app is well designed and easy to navigate. Despite the wealth of information on offer, the interface remains tidy throughout with all the information you could want just a tap away. The inclusion of trailers is fantastic and something that Movie Genie missed. I also love the fact that the app remembers the last screen you were viewing; if you get interrupted for whatever reason, and have to exit IMDb, you can pick up exactly where you left off when you return later.
The only negative aspect I can think of is the app is too US-centric and needs an update to include UK movie and TV listings (and possibly listings for other countries, depending on demand). This is something that many apps are guilty of and I wish developers would accept that this is not planet USA, it is planet Earth! I am looking forward to future updates for the above reason and also I would like to have the ability to log in to my account so I can add my own reviews, rate movies and so on. It would also be great to be able to add favourites, too.
Even in the absence of these features, IMDb is well worthy of five stars. And it's FREE so why are you still reading?! Go get it!
I grabbed this app upon recommendation from this site and so far it's really cool. The voice recognition is probably the best I've seen so far on the iPhone. It's not something I'll probably use everyday, but I can definitely see keeping this around. My favorite part so far is the ability to leave yourself reminders and tell it when to remind you. When the time comes, it sends you an email with exactly what you told it to remind you about. The integration with open table for reservations is nice as well. The one thing they should add is push notifications for things like reminders instead of just email. Oh and get rid of bing as it's search engine...I loath using anything from MS. But hey it's free so the price is right! I bet this app will get even better in the future and I can see using this more as they add features.
Download this app n have lot of fun......since its nice apps, this app is suitable for children and adults also
Wats this silly app but gods sack i really had a good time just spending my time on this app and its cheaper too
I compared 4 app review sites before settling here and may check out one more. It's always a battle when there's an app and a great mobile site and with appolicious I may actually prefer the mobile site. The apps submit button is always slow and it's difficult, if not impossible, to read profiles.
I can't recommend anyone buy this app.
When it first came out, it was 4.99, it now sells for .99, but is still a paid app and anyone who bought it prior to the latest version, no matter what they paid, had bought an ad free app.
With the latest upgrade though, the company has inserted ads into the app and is charging 1.99 a year to get rid of the ads on top of whatever you paid for the app in the first place.
To charge people for an app and then tell them they need to pay again yearly to get rid of ads is bad enough. To insert ads into a paid app that has been ad free since its inception is plain bad business and makes them a company I wouldn't trust at all.
I would recommend you take your business to a more reputable company.
Gives you a nice quick overview of recommended apps. Alas, when you try to dig deeper, past say "likes" and images, there's not a lot there.
I loved Phoneflicks dearly until the last update, when it suddenly started calling me "Stephanie" and random movies I had not added began popping up on my queue. I can only assume that Phoneflicks has mixed my account up with someone else's--not cool!
Bing did nothing to convince me to switch from Google on my iPhone. In fact I tried several types of searches on both engines and came away feeling much better about Google's ability to come up with relevent results. Bing looks nice but does not deliver the goods.
There are certain applications you can tell are loved by their creators. 2Do is definitely one of those apps. Before writing this review, I was trying to decide if I was more impressed with 2Do's user interface or its functionality, but I realized that 2Do is so useful because of it's well thought-out design.
2Do covers all the features of a task management program I expect. These include:
- syncing with Outlook (and iCal)
- Priority setting
- Due-Date setting
- Categories, Projects and Checklist Management
- Recurring tasks
- Links to contacts
In addition to these features, 2Do offers tags, picture linking, URL linking, email reminders, password protection, Twitter linking and more. The program also provides extensive settings customization. About the only feature I would add would be the ability to assign tasks to others.
To continue the love, the developers -- GuidedWays are committed to the app's future. Recent updates have significantly added to the feature set, more updates are planned and this roadmap is outlined on their website and even in the app. The company is equally committed to support getting back to me very quickly in response to a technical question.
One final note, the developers are Muslim and you will see on their website that they develop application relevant to their faith. If you dig a little deeper into the site you will find an FAQ meant to respond to the many questions they have about this. I was both amused and saddened with the some of the public's concerns about this. If Microsoft decided to create a bible application, I doubt people elsewhere in the world would consider it a nefarious conspiracy. Besides if someone could develop an iPhone to do list capable of taking over the world, I would love to see it.
Need more people reviewing though! It's odd when a well known app like Pocket Informant only has two reviews.
Guess I'd also like a link to a person's app library and info before deciding to follow them. I'd like to write a review of an app I have, see another who wrote a review for the same app, and check his app library to see if he's a guy with similar taste in apps.
But once this gets rolling, I think it'll be a great place to get reviews of an app before making a big purchase.
This is the best app I've found for syncing Google Reader to my iPhone. A bit spendy, but have never had a problem with it.
I had seen this app on Twitter from some of the feeds I follow based in the states so I though I'd give it a go. There is no doubt this app has potential however it needs further investment in order for it to provide better utility for those of us in London. I can't tell you how many times I have to tell the app what bar/pub/restaurant or other locale I am at as the name did not appear in the drop-down menu. In addition the social networking aspect is lost due to the lack of users in London. How do I know? I became the "Mayor" of a popular pub I went to twice in a six week period. I addition when I at a popular location I look to see who else is there and always the answer has been none. I would recommend a few fixes to the makers of this app to ensure it becomes a winner. First I would look to invest in advertising in London to get the word out and second I would include any restaurant and drink specials from he nearby locations as a way to pull people in. A company that has done a good job in that regard is squaremeal.co.uk. They may make a good partnership for FourSquare in London. This app has great promise and could easily be 5 stars at some point in the future.
This game is both fun and addicting. The goal is to land as many planes as possible without a crash but inevitably the further you go, the harder it gets. The great makers of this game continue to add improvements such as new layouts that are downloaded free with updates. A great app for the road warriors out there as it helps pass the time with delayed flights, etc. The kids love this one as well!
Things is a good task manager, but it definitely has some misses. The sync process requires you to open the app on your computer and phone at the same time. That means that you need to explicitly sync frequently.
I won't use the phone version with any frequency until over the air sync works.
Just wanted an app that would allow me to quickly scroll through the tv listings -- this app makes you either search for a show. They have a browse channels - but you have to click on the channel to see what's on! So you can't quickly find a show you want.
this app could be great -- just what you need to play hearts. Unfortunately -- when they deal you your hand they group all the blacks and all the reds. Don't know about you, but in addition to separating the suits I always alternate a black with a red - much easier to see. And on the small screen it becomes almost unplayable. Need to fix it!
Plain and simple, Movie Genie is an iPhone interface for IMDB.com (the Internet Movie Database). I was skeptical of it at first, wondering why I'd use it instead of just pulling up the site in Safari. In the first 30 seconds, I had my answer. This app makes browsing IMDB simple, easy, and fast.
If you're the type of person who finds yourself using IMDB a lot, this app is a great pick. If you're not, you might not find it worth the $1.99 price tag.