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Status Board App for iOS

TechComments ⋅ Apr 11, 2013
iOS-based app maker Panic Inc. has just released Status Board to the Apple App Store. The $10 download enables users to put their iPads to further use, even while they sit idle or charging by providing a streamlined overview of the time, weather, cal...

Google Keep Launches To Keep Track of Your Notes and Tasks

TechComments ⋅ Mar 21, 2013
Just as Google announced the impending demise of Google Reader, it has announced a new application for those looking to organize all their notes and lists in one place. Called Google Keep, the new application lets you quickly jot down notes and add c...

‘Photolettering’ App by House Industries

TechComments ⋅ Mar 14, 2013
Instagram is fun because it feels a bit like sending mobile postcards and, the app’s ubiquity notwithstanding, a billion-dollar company is nothing to shake a stick at. Building on this theme comes a new app from House Industries: Photolettering...

‘Hater’ Social Media App Lets You Dislike Things

TechComments ⋅ Mar 11, 2013
Hate the Lakers? The latest triple-headed sneaker collaboration or your friend’s Facebook profile pic? With Jake Banks’ ‘Hater’ app, users can now share everything they don’t like. “You share the things you hate wi...

Chrome Super Sync Sports

TechComments ⋅ Mar 7, 2013
In what comes as a bit of a surprise, tech giant Google has released Chrome Super Sync Sports – an interactive browser- and smartphone/tablet-based suite of game. Falling under what the company calls Chrome Experiment, the new game turns users&...

Red Bull Introduces ‘Flow’ Social Media Platform

TechComments ⋅ Mar 7, 2013
Red Bull further asserts itself as a powerhouse in the action sports scene by introducing its ‘Flow’ app for iPhone and Android mobile devices. Realizing the rise of mobile cameras as a medium for trick documentation, the app is targeted...

YouTube Launches Capture App for iOS

TechComments ⋅ Dec 18, 2012
Today Google announced its latest proprietary app that allows users to record video and upload it directly to YouTube from their handheld device. A move that many will find long overdue, this YouTube enhancement provides all the necessary tools its m...

Google Maps Returns to the iPhone

TechComments ⋅ Dec 13, 2012
For those recently befuddled by their Apple Maps, iPhone users can breathe a sigh of relief with the news that Google Maps are returning to the popular smartphone. The release comes nearly three months after Apple Inc. replaced Google Maps as the dev...

KRINK Updates Its App with New Markers and Features

TechComments ⋅ Nov 27, 2012
Krink has released the v1.2 of its app available on iTunes. Compatible with everything from iPhone 5 to iPad, the app allows you to simulate the use of Krink markers on your personal devices. Whether it be editing an existing photograph or creating a...

Xbox SmartGlass App Now Available on iOS

TechComments ⋅ Nov 7, 2012
Microsoft has just replaced its My Xbox Live iOS app with the all-new Xbox SmartGlass app. Already released for Android handsets, the second screen app serves as an extension to the Xbox system with built-in remote and keyboard functions. The new app...

Bamford Watch Department’s New Watch Customizer App

TechComments ⋅ Nov 6, 2012
Bamford Watch Department has just released a brand new app for iOS devices. The Customizer app is designed to allow customers the chance to customize a selection of watches. The app will allow a full range of aesthetic changes including multiple dial...

The xx Presents an App to Accompany ‘Coexist’

TechComments ⋅ Nov 5, 2012
The xx have released an app of the same name to coincide with the recent release of its sophomore album Coexist. The xx app is designed to give fans a deeper, more interactive experience of the new album. Included in the app are exclusive videos for...

COMME des GARCONS Unveils “Launching Six” iPad App

TechComments ⋅ Oct 15, 2012
COMME des GARCONS has just unveiled its new iPad app Launching Six, dedicated to exploring the highlights of the brand’s former magazine Six. Printed between 1988 and 1991, the magazine was dedicated to the sixth sense, hence the title, and at...

A Review of TuneUp for iTunes: A Digital Organizer for your iTunes Media

Sponsored ⋅ Sep 20, 2012
A helpful spring cleaner for iTunes and Windows Media Player, TuneUp is a music library plug-in that analyzes, cleans up, corrects track tags and finds album art for those unruly tracks of yours. We all have messy untitled tracks or multiple “T...

Deckadance DJ App for iOS

TechComments ⋅ Sep 19, 2012
Image Line, the company behind the Fruity Loops Studio app, have just released their latest app, Deckadance. Available in two versions, one for the iPhone/iPod and another for the iPad, the new DJ app differentiates itself from its competitors with i...