New and Interesting Augmented Reality (ARKit) Apps for iPhones and iPads

Robert Scoble published a list of ARKit Apps (Augmented Reality). I found it interesting and listing it here, in no particular order, for the records. You need an ARKit-enabled iPhone or iPad to play with these apps. Sketchfab – drop 3D objects near you. Orb – pull out basic shapes and then sculpt, rotate, and […]

[Updated] 25+ Fun Holiday iPad/iPhone Games and Apps for your kid

My daughter turns three this December (2011). She has had an iPad since her Second Birthday. Here are the top Games and Apps my daughter loves to play. I hope your kid will like it too and keep them happy, while having fun during the Holidays. Here is the list (not in any particular order): […]

iOS Battery Life Quick Fix: As usual Apple users, not Apple, fix the problem

With the rash of Blackberry blunders the iPhone really has an opportunity to steal the smartphone limelight — and what does it do? — screws it up. In the face of the global Blackberry service shortage, Apple released the iPhone 4S, and iOS 5. iOS 5 however has been coming under attack due to it […]

Apple’s Passcode-Based Security Fairly Useless

Apple’s security as of late is as effective as a one-armed man clapping. Not only can anyone access a password-protected iPad if it has a Smart Cover, Apple’s new brainchild Siri can be used to pilfer personal information despite a passcode lock. Damn You Siri A fatal flaw in Siri was recently discovered, tarnishing the […]

Why are iFans shocked with iPhone 4S Release — it is standard Apple operating procedure

Millions of loyal iFans held their bated breath while waiting for the release of the much-anticipated iPhone 5, but unfortunately instead of breathing a sigh of relief their expelled air was used to form their favorite curse word as they gazed on the iPhone 4S. Son of a… Apple surprised the world, and shocked the […]

Nexercise – gamify and make exercise enjoyable

Nexercise is a free iPhone game that encourages people to exercise more frequently and consistently, by making the experience of exercising more fun and rewarding. To play all you need to do is exercise for a minimum of 15 minutes with your smartphone on you. The app measures the motion of the device to prove […]

WatchMe 911 – your personal protection system

WatchMe 911 (iTunes Link) is a personal protection system, with four customizable alert modes, seven alarm sounds, a flashlight and GPS tracking available. With two taps, it can connect you to the people you trust when you need it most. The app was designed primarily for women, but some of the alert modes are valuable […]

Will love-hate relationship continue with Flash 11?

The love-hate relationship that millions of computer geeks around the world have with Flash is about to change. Flash Player has gotten a makeover and released its version 11. The widely-used browser plug-in from Adobe got an overhaul, undoubtedly due to threats to its monopoly from rapidly-growing web standards competitors like HTML5, Silverlight and Java […]

How to wiggle and arrange/delete apps in Launchpad in Mac OS X Lion

Apple introduced Mac OS X Lion with a gradual shift towards iOS or an iOS-ish experience. Here is how you can wiggle, arrange, delete Apps on your Launchpad on Mac OS X Lion, pretty much like how you do on you iOS devices (iPhone, iPad or the iPod). Here’s how: Launch Launchpad or do the […]