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Analyst sheds more light about Apple’s underpricing strategy on Apple Watch and AirPods

Recently, Above Avalon’s Neil Cybart wrote an article entitled “The Curious State of Apple Product Pricing”. In the article, the analyst talked about Apple’s underpricing strategy as a way of encouraging more people to explore their options with Apple’s products. This is what the company has done with its newly lowered prices on both the Apple Watch and…

Apple features iPhone 7 user captured photos and videos for “One Night” campaign

As a way of continuing with its “Shot on iPhone” campaign, Apple has uploaded a new video on its YouTube channel. The new video, entitled “One Night”, is the latest material to be added onto Apple’s advertising campaign for their iPhone 7. The videos and images featured in the spot are all proudly shot by an iPhone 7 on the same night throughout the…

Review: Vest — Your Stock Investment Companion

If you have stocks, you’ll more than likely want to keep an eye on your portfolio in order to ensure your investment is increasing rather than depreciating in value. Vest, a new app from Montreal-based Fasterre, is one that aims to crunch all the numbers for you to make it easier to monitor your own stocks and positions as well as keep tabs on…

[Review] Leaf for Twitter: Beautifully designed, strong potential

Leaf’s notification UI after sending a message. One of my favorite iOS designers has always been Surenix. In the past, he’s created Power for Apple Watch, and two jailbreak themes (Ayecon and Ayeris). Now, he’s teamed up with developer iPlop on a gorgeous new Twitter app for the iOS App Store, Leaf. The best way for me to review Leaf is to compare…

TiP top 5: Mallorie’s top 5 iOS productivity apps

There are an ample amount of productivity apps out there that it’s extremely hard to narrow down my top five; however, the following apps are probably the apps that I use most often and prove to be great additions to the iPhone. These apps continue to be my daily drivers and are my go-to apps of choice when it comes to getting the job done, whether it…

Review: Tracking your time anywhere with Hours 2.0

For those with a salary position, you typically are just worried about doing an honest day’s work. But whether you’re trying to do 40 hours for a single employer, a consultant clocking time with a client, or a freelancer trying to work on multiple client projects, you need a good way to track your time each day. Hours from Tapity has does this well…

Unique puzzler Blackbox has you thinking outside the box

With the sheer number of games on the App Store, it’s rare in this day and age to find a truly novel title. For this reason, it’s even more exciting when you do. Today, Blackbox landed on the App Store. It is an undeniably unique puzzler that — unlike any other game I have played — sees you solving each level without the use of the…

Save the final frontier in Star Trek Timelines

Universes are colliding! Time itself seems to have shattered, and it’s up to you to help contain the broken shards. This is how you’ll be introduced to Star Trek Timelines, a brand new game for iOS and Android. Developed by Disruptor Beam, Star Trek Timelines is described as a Social Strategy RPG. It brings new, exciting storytelling in the Star Trek…

Notability: A powerful, yet simple note-taking app [Review]

Are you ever in class or in a meeting and need to take notes, sketch a diagram, or want to record a snippet of information? With Notability, you can do all of that and more. In fact, Notability was the Best Selling iPad Paid Productivity app in 2015 (for the third year in a row)! I’m aware that there are a lot of note-taking apps out there, but after…