Evernote 5.0 is now live and being pushed through the App Store.
Go get it!
Evernote 5.0 Premium Feature on iPad
The Evernote Premium features look really sexy in the new 5.0 version for iPad.
Evernote 5 for iOS is coming soon!
The Evernote team provided us with an early look of what’s to be expected in Evernote 5 on iOS.
We have some exciting news. Evernote’s team of developers and designers have spent months rethinking our app to make it as fast, uncluttered, and easy to use as possible. The result is the all new Evernote 5 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It’s a beautiful, re-imagined experience that puts everything you need no more than two taps away.
I really love the way greater focus is given to the new note and photo capture buttons. The ‘notebook’, ‘tag’, and ‘places’ sections are now tabbed below the new note buttons with a cool new folder style user interface. And the fact that notes, notebooks, and notestacks are now distinguishable is a great boost in usability.
Instant: Polaroid is now available for iPad.
With the new Instant: Polaroid 1.0 app for iPad, you can take a photo using your iPad camera, or select an existing image from your camera roll, and apply special effects. You can add an authentic Polaroid filter and then frame it within a Polaroid Classic Border format, and even write a caption on the new photo.
You’re then able to save the new Polaroid Instant photo to Camera Roll or share it on your favorite social media sites.
ESPN Fantasy Football 2012 App for iPad was released into the wild wild App Store on September 5th, and is already getting rave reviews!
And at the same time, ESPN Fantasy Football for iPhone received the same round of updates, and a few bug fixes to boot.
The ESPN Fantasy Football 2012 apps for iPad & iPhone allow you to:
Unlike a few fantasy football apps that shall remain nameless, the ESPN Fantasy Football 2012 apps come with a few extra perks.
I love that the new app allows you to see how many players both you and your matchup have in each individual NFL game.
Yep! It’s fantasy football awesomeness for your iPad.
Download it today!
Since I’ve been required to draw more and more lately for clients at work, and for my new recreational site (TBA later), I’ve been forced to invest in a better stylus for my iPad.
After purchasing two (2) different styli from eBay, I decided to use my brain and find some reviews and recommendations for best styli used for drawing on the iPad 2.
MacWorld seemed to have the most extensive reviews. But most of the the recommendations I found around the web are the same, in that they rank the Bamboo Stylus for iPad by Wacom quite high on their lists. Next in line was the SGP Kuel H10, which was actually half the price. However, being that I’ve got 2 of these things lying around already, I figured I should just “splurge” a little and get what I paid for this time.
Well…so far, so good. And that’s saying a lot for a company who pissed me off and cost me a re-stocking fee with their original (beta-style) Bamboo Tablet five years ago.
Yep, the Bamboo Stylus CS100 is winning.
I guess the iPad is supposed to change our lives or something.
Blendtec wondered if it could change the way we blend…
I just like the way it’s blended to little pieces and dust.
I know. I’m a hater.
I’ll take it. Whatever.