I build surveys using SurveyGizmo. It’s a great online survey tool, but building longer surveys through their interface is a bit tedious. In order to speed up the process you can create surveys from specially formatted text files. To help things along even further, I’ve created a series of TextExpander snippets to allow me to quickly […]
I’m removing the Delicious bookmark app. It works as advertised, lets you search bookmarks in delicous. This is not that useful to me for a couple of reasons. I have switched to Digo as the bookmarking site of choice I don’t need that many bookmarks at my disposal on my iPhone. I typically only view […]
I spent about 30 seconds too long looking for an app on my iPhone and realized it was time to clean off some of the apps. Again, these reviews aren’t meant to be complete, just merely quick thoughts on why I’m dumping them. Labyrinth Lite Edition – this game used the accelerometer to allow the […]
YouNote is a note taking application that lets you capture text, audio and images. Nothing special here, Evernote is better. ‘Nuff said.
Loopt is a location based social network application which let’s you tell your friends where you are and find out where they are. The application itself is designed well it’s easy to tag your location. For me the novelty wore off after the first few weeks. I haven’t used it in months and am deleting […]
I feel like I was ripped off with this application. In an ideal world I would have an integrated CRM system that would allow me to log all of my calls into a web based system so I can track when I last communicated with someone. Highrise from 37signals is a pretty simple (both in […]
This was maybe the first or second iPhone app I downloaded. It was an interesting diversion at a time where there wasn’t really any other options. It is time for it to go.
I was interested in trying to improve my face cognition a few months ago. Of course I looked for an iPhone app that would help me with this. I came across Faces and gave it a try. It’s not even worth reviewing. One star and I’m deleting it now.
I’ve tried two clients on the iPhone, Wikiamo and Quickipedia. They both have their merits but since there is no need to keep two Wikipedia clients on my iPhone I have to choose. In my five minute review of both applications, I’ve settled on Quickipedia. I like the job Quickipedia does rendering the pages, especially […]
OK, maybe not a round up. I’ve tried two. Twitteriffic and Tweet Deck. photo credit: dantekgeekI’ve used Twitteriffic as my primary twitter application since it came out. It sports a clean interface. Allows you to manage multiple accounts and color codes posts in such a way that they have context. TweetDeck is a newcomer. If […]