Apps and Games for Traveling Kids
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DotEPUB Converts Websites to Ebooks
Want an easy way to convert and article to an eBook for reading later? If you have a lot of articles stored up you want to bring along with you on a trip and you don’t have access to read-it-later services, this will work in a pinch.
Skitch Brings its Easy Image Annotation and Sharing to the iPad
Check out Skitch! It’s FREE and now n our iPad! Things just keep getting better and better!
NFL To Stream Super Bowl Both Online And On-App
Break out all your iOS devices! There will plenty at my annual Super Bowl Party! How about you?
How to Sync Documents and Other Files to Your iPhone or iPad Without iTunes
Actor Kicked Off Airplane For Playing “Words With Friends”
Okay Alec Baldwin was the game really THAT good?
GRAB 10 Android Apps for 10 Cents Every Day This Week
STAN LEE NARRATES SPIDER-MAN APP!
OMG would the guys from “The Big Bang Theory” be jealous or what??? Sheldon Cooper actually had to go to court and pay a fine because he showed up at Stan Lee’s house and took his sarcastic invitation to come in at face value! LOL, imagine what he would do if he could work with the infamous Stan “the Man” Lee?
Read the full review: Have Stan Lee Read YOU Spider-Man on Your iOS Device! | Apps for iPads
Apple Updates iBook to Add New Themes and Fonts
FLIPBOARD FOR iPHONE is OUT!
I have never really gotten into using Flipboard, but with the addition of none of than Tumblr I find I am using it now. However I think they need to add more functionality to the Tumblr section. When reblogging from within Flipboard there isn’t any way to designate WHICH Tumblr blog you want to post to! Hitting reblog will ONLY post to your main blog, which is the first one you set up.
In case you’ve never heard of an iPhone or used the internet until today, Flipboard for iPhone is out and it’s fantastic. The wait was well worth it, as the team nailed the feature set and a ton of fantastic bits of polish throughout.
Even the launch screen is great, with subtle animation creating interest and drawing your eye to how to get started. My screenshots don’t do it much justice: the woman is actually moving the binoculars, and the bottom of the page occasionally flips up like a flag in a gentle breeze to reveal startup and login options. Once you answer its call, you are instantly taught how flipping through pages works in Flipboard for iPhone—vertically, instead of horizontally like on the iPad.
I find it both astounding and depressing that an app of such high quality is being given away for free by a new startup (which is making money through content deals), when apps from traditional publishers are so mind-numbingly terrible.