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Type once and search everywhere with Phlo for iOS [Review]

Phlo, from Mumbai-based developers Cynapse, is a tremendous meta-search tool for iOS that enables you to type your search query once and view results from multiple websites. Simply open the app on your iPhone or iPad, type your query into the familiar looking search bar atop the page and hit search. You’ll then be greeted by results from whichever is…

See what your day looks like with Morning for iPad [Review]

Morning for iPad is designed to make your daily routine easier than ever before according to its developers Tamper. The idea behind the app is to present you with everything you need to see to start your day in one place – all your essential information is shown in customizable panels and is there for you to take in with a glance. Morning provides…

Must-have apps for this Back to School season

As many of our readers will be heading back to school, university or college soon (myself included), I thought it would be a good idea to outline some of my personal must-have apps for my studies. These are some of my most used applications and are certainly the ones I download onto every new iOS device immediately. Wunderlist We all need to make…

CloudMagic for iOS: The simple and efficient way to find files from across all your cloud services [Review]

Most people probably have at least some of their data stored in “the cloud”. If you use iCloud on your iOS devices or utilise webmail then you certainly do and if you’re anything like me, you’ll probably have signed up with at least one or two cloud storage services. With the number of cloud services available and the amount of stuff you have to…

Quick and enjoyable conversions with Amount [Review]

One thing that the stock iOS apps lack is the ability to complete simple conversions. Currency, length, weight – these are all things we need to convert at times and while these probably aren’t tasks you’ll encounter every day, it can be handy to have a simple and easy way to complete these simple conversions on our iPhones. That’s where…

Google Now for iOS – Overview [VID]

Cam takes Google Now on a brief tour. The new feature was included in the latest update of the Google Search app for iPhone. As with anything Google, it works better the more it knows about you, and shows off just how relevant it can be with informational cards giving you anything from traffic conditions on the way home to your favorite team’s fixtures…

Kinetik for iPhone – Review

Category: Reference Price: free TiP Rating: 4/5 stars Release Date: Updated October 5, 2011 Version: 1.10 Seller: Idear Labs, Inc. Rated: 4+ Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Link to app App Store Description: Kinetik is an easy way to share the apps you love. Stay up to date on the latest…

Cam’s Top 5: Apps for iPad

Like I mention in last week’s iPhone app top 5, it’s not easy choosing 5 apps from a store of thousands. You have to challenge yourself, think carefully, and decide which are most useful, most used, most entertaining, and which ones delight you more than others. From fantastic games, to wonderful interactive books, I’ve chosen a few which – if deleted from…

Yahoo! AppSpot for iPhone – Review

Category: Reference Price: Free TiP Rating: 3/5 Release Date: Updated July 6, 2011 Current Version: 1.0.1 Seller: Yahoo! Rated: 4+ Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Link to app App Store Description: Finding apps you’ll love just got easier. Download Yahoo! AppSpot and get personalized app…