iStopmotion is one of the best (and easiest) animation applications I think have used. The interface is simple and the quality of the output is brilliant coping with video sources from iSight to […]
Welcome to our first ever subscriber competition, I am just hoping it is going to go as planned. Acrylic Apps have given us a full copy of their secure password and serial code […]
When Apple first announced the iPhone they weren’t just releasing an iPod with phone compatibility they were revolutionising the entire smartphone market.
Back in the days when I used a Pocket PC and a windows computer I used a great application called CodeData to store all my software serial numbers and growing lists of passwords.
I now have more Twitter apps on my iPhone than games or productivity tools. This weeks sees the release of the twitter app with native push notifications. SimplyTweet for iPhone offers push notification […]
If you reserve your guitar playing antics to the living then you are going to love the latest update to the Mac Guitar Hero series. Following on from the massive success of Guitar […]
If you visit a number of blogs regularly and ever comment on posts you will know that some users have images appearing beside their comments.
When it comes to home automatic and domestic gadgetry advice there really is only one website to turn to and that is Automated Home. Home automation expert Mark McCall has been running the […]
If you use Address Book in OSX you will know how powerful an application it is. You can store a stack of information about your contacts and even add custom fields to allow […]
Today sees the release if NetNewsWire 2.0 for iPhone and like the desktop version now offers full sync with Google Reader rather than NewsGator.