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Add Audio to Your iPhone Pics With SpeakingPhoto

David Smothers April 29, 2013

A picture’s worth a thousand words, but sometimes our pictures — no matter how fabulous they are — still need a few words of explanation to go along with them. Enter SpeakingPhoto, a new iPhone app that lets you add sound to any photo, allowing you tell a story along with the image before you… Continue Reading »


MessageMe, Reuters, Picturelife, and More

David Smothers March 22, 2013

We’ve got a nice balance going between utility and fun here in this round of the best iPhone apps of the week. Whether it’s texting for free or shopping for, well, money, or catching up on the news and backing up your data, you’ll be all set.   Reuters: Sure, there are news-finding apps aplenty… Continue Reading »


Today’s Apps Gone Free: All-In Yoga, Hidden Doodles, AzawhistleKids And More

David Smothers February 8, 2013

Perform yoga poses whenever and wherever you want with today’s AppBump featured app, All-in YOGA: 300 Poses & Yoga Classes. This is the first time All-in YOGA has ever been offered for free, so make sure to take advantage of this opportunity while you can! We also have a stylish hidden objects game that will… Continue Reading »


The 1Password App For Mac And iOS On Sale Now To Celebrate Macworld/iWorld

David Smothers January 31, 2013

  To celebrate the start of Macworld/iWorld, the folks behind the popular 1Password applications are offering users two incredible deals. For a limited time, AgileBit’s Mac and iOS applications are being offered for half-price. Available in the Mac App Store, 1Password is now available for $24.99. The application gives users the ability to keep track… Continue Reading »


Today’s Best Apps: Table Top Racing, Little Inferno, Stratosphere And More

David Smothers January 31, 2013

The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your… Continue Reading »


Make Your Smartphone Turn Off Your Music When You Fall Asleep

David Smothers January 28, 2013

Android/iOS: If you like to listen to music as you fall asleep, these apps for iOS and Android will monitor your slumber and stop the music once you’ve fallen into a deep sleep. The two apps—free Music Off for Android (pictured above) and $2.99 Autosleep Music Timer for iOS—monitor your body movement using your phone’s… Continue Reading »


Your iPhone Can Tell You If You’re About to Have a Heart Attack

David Smothers January 25, 2013

Featured on NBC’s Rock Center, Dr. Eric Topol, chief academic officer of Scripps Health, says smartphones are quite possibly the tool of the future for all physicians. Using an iPhone to check a patient’s heart condition, Dr. Topol explainsthat in the future, everything will be done by sensors that communicate wirelessly to our smartphones. He offers… Continue Reading »


Digitize old 35mm film quickly with Lomography’s phone scanner

David Smothers January 19, 2013

Lomography’s 35mm film smartphone scanner (Image credit: Lomography) Converting film photos to digital ones can be a real chore. Lomography is making the process less stressful with its portable film scanner that converts 35mm film negatives into digital photos quickly using a smartphone. The smartphone film scanner isn’t magic. It’s basically a dark enclosure in which a film… Continue Reading »


Turn Your iPad Into a DJ Station With Two Turntables and Some Suction Cups

David Smothers January 11, 2013

iPad docks featuring a set of compact turntables for DJs who like to travel light are nothing new. But ION Audio has come up with a small collection of suction-cuppable accessories that turn the iPad itself into a pair of decks and a mixer on the cheap. Serious turntablists will probably want to stay well… Continue Reading »


Lowe’s Iris smart home system tracks elderly, pets

David Smothers January 10, 2013

Your elderly parents, living alone, haven’t cracked open the fridge in days. Or they left the front door open late at night. Maybe they’ve fallen and can’t get to a phone. Lowe’s tapped into the fears of children living apart from their aging kin with its CES display of its new Iris Care system, which… Continue Reading »

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