Traditional calendars and to-do lists are alarmingly static and disarmingly intimidating tools that do little but invoke anxiety in the user. They may have their uses, but I think most people would agree that, in general, they are viewed as adversaries; something to be tackled, wrestled with, bested and annihilated. Wouldn’t it be great to feel like you have an ally when it comes to managing the more mundane aspects of your life? If you feel abused by your calendars, it may be time for a change. Stylish developer Slide Rule Software have recently unveiled their new creation, Glass Planner, a sleek time-management app that incorporates your whole schedule, from minutia to life-changers, into one handy interface.
For those not in the know, Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer payment system invented by Japanese mastermind Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008. Since its introduction, Bitcoin has grown in popularity and is now in use in many different mediums of online business and entertainment, from video games, stock markets and even the bitcoin casino gaming industry. It’s taken a while, but finally Apple are allowing Bitcoin wallets in to the App Store, confirming the legitimacy of the currency and validating its use online at the same time. Here’s a list of the top five Bitcoin wallets you can acquire for your virtual cash!
iRemocon, winner of the 2014 Home Theater Grand Prix Golden Award, brings the future to the present with their voice recognition device. The iRemocon works in conjunction with a smartphone or table app bringing you a beautiful universal remote which also works with many other household devices. With a paid subscription service users can also control their appliances and devices outside of the home. [More…]
There’s nothing I enjoy more in this world than giving my family and friends a good hiding at Trivial Pursuit. Unfortunately for someone who lives on the competitive edge like I do, these opportunities are few and far between. Also, you beat ‘em hard enough, they stop wanting to play. Christmas is the only dependable window where you can be assured of a game or two (I’m priming for this season as we speak). However, training opportunities are few and far between. Then, along comes developer Etermax with their tension-filled, fiendishly addictive general knowledge goldmine, Trivia Crack. Or Trivia Craic, as I like to call it because I’m from the Emerald Isle. Incidentally, if anyone from Etermax is reading this and thinking of targeting the Irish market, get in touch, we can discuss title patents.
Sparker is an app that you’ll not grow tired of anytime soon, it’s absolutely full of games. You name it, it’s probably in here somewhere. There are so many challenges that you’ll feel as though you’ve just downloaded a new app every day.
You can pick and choose your favourites and then challenge your pals or family members, every game is easy to play and you won’t need any formal training to pick up the rules. It’s a little like those compendium of games that [More…]