Category Archives for iOS Applications

My Phone… is My Wallet?

This is a real game changer. “Apple pay will forever change the way all of us buy things” Apple Pay is an incredible way of securely paying for things with your iPhone. It is quick, it is secure, it is efficient, and none of your data or details are kept by the company, or the […]

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September 9, 2014

Top 5 iOS Car Apps

If you are a driver, like me, you probably waste many fruitful hours of your otherwise awesome life looking for parking spots, trying to find your destination, hoping to find cheaper gas stations and shelling out cash for speeding fines. Well that’s not good enough when there are so many better things we could be […]

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July 25, 2014

Google Analytics App for iPhone

The iOS App store portfolio just got even cooler with the addition of Google Analytics as a FREE app. This arrival to iOS comes over two years after the Analytics app was made available on Android devices. The app requires iOS 6 or higher, and is compatible with the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, but now […]

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July 18, 2014

Google Wallet – Send & Receive Money for Free!

Yesterday saw some seriously exciting announcements from Google Wallet about the app for iOS and Android making it so much easier to manage gift cards, and to receive and send from Debit cards. If you have ever bought anything from Google Play or from other Google products, you will already have a Google Wallet account. […]

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July 17, 2014

Extensibility – The Feature That Will Revolutionise How We Use iOS

As you know, last weeks Developer Conference had us all on the edge of our seats waiting for the new design features Apple would be unleashing upon the world. The one we want to discuss in more depth today is Extensions, the app-linking device which will completely change the way we use iOS and our […]

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June 11, 2014

WhatsApp Doc? The Applecart Has Been Upset

It appears that Apple is upsetting the applecart in Silicon valley with it’s new innovations that were announced yesterday at Apple’s annual developers conference. One particular complaint comes from Jan Koum, the cofounder and CEO of WhatsApp, who objected strongly to Apple for unveiling some new features to iMessage that seemed to be similar to those […]

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June 3, 2014

Interactive iPad Game Helps Kids Learn

When I was a kid my parents always got me games which would help me learn, and now I am an astro-physicist! Not. So it didn’t make me super smart, but I do like to think it did me better than playing constant war games and racing games on my SEGA. This is why I’m […]

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May 23, 2014