Archive for January, 2012
63% share of all tablets being sold. That’s right, between the Nook, the Kindle, The Galaxy, the HP TouchPad, the Blackberry Playbook, and all of the other tablets finding their way out into the market, the iPhone outsells them all by far. Apple can also boast about their App Store. With over 500,000 apps out there, there’s something for everyone and we love that. We have a few apps that have been our favorite in January: 1) The Calorie Counter App – Health & Fitness For those of you running strong with your New Year’s resolution to stay happy and healthy, The Calorie Counter app keeps you in check. With a large database of foods, drinks, exercises, and a forum for accountability, the Calorie Count app helps you track your food, your weight loss, or gain and your overall nutrition with a few clicks. It’s one of the best (and free!) ways to say on track, and keep up with your New Year’s weight goals. The app also has an online companion, so you can always view your results on a big screen! 2) Fruit Ninja – Games If you’ve never played Fruit Ninja on your mobile device, then you’re missing out. It’s an addicting game that has you racing against the clock to slice fruit while avoiding explosions and racking up points. It sounds just as crazy as it is. You can easily spend 30 minutes on Fruit Ninja, and not even realize where the time went. For such an inexpensive app (It’s $1.99), the visuals are incredibly developed and you get to enjoy every inch of your iPad screen while playing the game. 3) SoundNote -Productivity Have you ever been sitting in a meeting, or in class wishing you could just record what’s going on? SoundNote gives you that opportunity. With this app, you can, record and organize lectures, meeting notes, and any other kind of notes you’d like to jot down in one place on what looks like a digital version of a legal pad. You can also create high quality recordings of your meetings, or presentations, and send it to yourself (or other people asking for notes) later if you need to. SoundNote is also compatible with Dropbox, so you can store, and transfer your note files with ease, and have them anywhere you want to go. The app is available in the app store for around $6, but for the sake of organization, it’s totally worth it. With the countless amount of Apps out there, what are your favorites to browse, and relax with when you’re carrying around your iPad? Don’t forget! We also offer iPad repair for both iPad 1 & 2. You can make sure your screen stays free of cracks while you’re using your apps!