Archive for the ‘Utilities’ Category

iHandy Level is Handy Indeed

TweetWritten iPhone App Review Price: Free    Score: 7/10    By Shaun Campbell Little bit to the left…no no, little bit to the right…nah, back to the left. Sound familiar? Hanging a painting has never been an exact science. For most people, it usually involves a bit of trial and error. Now there’s an iPhone app from […]


Remind Me Why This Costs $1.99

TweetWritten iPhone Utility App Review Price: $1.99    Score: 5/10    by Shaun Campbell Remind Me is a note creation app for the iPhone from developer Smudge Apps. Remind Me lets you create pretty little notes which save to your photos folder so you can use them as a wallpaper. Remind Me features six different backgrounds and […]


Easy Clock Steals the Night

TweetWritten iPhone Alarm Clock App Review Price: Free    Score: 7/10    by Daljeet Singh The iPhone basically replaces most of the gadgets in your house. But the great thing about it is that better versions of what you’ve already got just keep appearing! And here’s the prime example: Easy Clock from developer Rock iPhone will be […]



TweetWritten iPhone Utility App Review It’s not exactly a new app, but Flashlight still sits at or near the top of the list of most popular utilities on the App Store. Flashlight is a simple app designed to help you find your way in the dark by providing a full white screen. There are several […]


Microsoft Live Labs Releases First iPhone App – Seadragon Mobile

TweetWritten iPhone Photo App Review Microsoft has recently made its first foray into Apple iPhone applications with the release of Seadragon Mobile. In a most unlikely industry collaboration, the software heavyweight has produced a novel image app that is now freely available on the App Store. Seadragon Mobile allows users to view Gigapixel images right […]


Banner Free – Scrolling Message App

TweetWritten iPhone Utility App Review Banner Free is an app that allows you to input a short text message that will then be displayed on the iPhone screen in scrolling LED-matrix style. It’s kind of neat, but then again it’s kind of useless too. The message scrolls across the screen far too slowly for anyone […]

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