Mailbox, an extraordinary new free app for effectively managing your inbox, is now available for downloading. Previously, you had to put your name on a waiting list, but now anyone can download the app.
The app has generated a huge amount of interest because it completely rethinks the way you can use your iPhone to manage the onslaught of email. You use simple gestures in list view to archive or delete emails, to "snooze" them for later viewing, or file them away in a "list," which is like a folder.
Images keep emerging on the Internet of alleged casings, or moulds for casings, of the next-generation 9.7-inch iPad. All of the evidence continues to suggest it will have narrower bezels on the sides like the iPad mini, allowing the device to be somewhat narrower without reducing screen size. And the evidence also suggests it will be thinner and lighter, possibly due to the implementation of an IGZO display.
Hey, golfers! Want to shave some strokes off your game this year? Save yourself the cost of hiring a coach with the SwingTIPP app (Free) and Bluetooth sensor ($129.99).
With only your iPhone and an easy-to-use Bluetooth accessory, you can have your own swing analysis coach with you at all times. It will break down every swing for you to help you fix whatever you may be doing wrong.
"iSteve," the humorous movie about the life of Steve Jobs is available online today. Funny or Die, the website producing the feature-length biopic, postponed the premiere, originally scheduled Monday, due to the tragic bombings in Boston.
With so many bamboo iDevice cases on the market, it's hard to know which case to go with. If you are looking for a new case that is environmentally friendly and quality, you should check out Twig Case Company.
Founded in October of 2011, Twig Case Co. began quite uniquely. Co-founder John Woodland was building a guitar made purely of Forest Stewardship Council Certified wood for the lead singer of Wilco, Jeff Tweedy. Tweedy liked the material so much he wanted and would later receive the first iPhone case certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and Rainforest Alliance.
Game Centered features roundups and in-depth reviews of the best in iOS games. Among the App Store’s myriad games, it’s all too easy to overlook some of the greats. Each installment of Game Centered will take a close look at a select few worthy of special recognition. This week's installment takes a look at some of the best new games, free games, and recently updated titles.
Every day, old and new games alike become free in the App Store in an effort to attract more fans. I'm here to find and share fun iOS games with iPhone Life readers, all for the price of $0.00! Now that's a deal anyone can take.
Earlier today TIME magazine posted its annual list of 50 must-have apps for the iPad. I find such lists save time by directing me to the most useful apps. You can view the list via a slide show or can click the View All link under the left and right arrows to jump to the whole listing at a glance.
It's astonishing how much interest there is in what Apple will do next, and how much we cling to every indication of gadgets in the pipeline. Yesterday the blogs were abuzz with a vague hint from Apple board member Bill Campbell. In an hour-long talk to his employees at Intuit, he talked briefly about future products. And while he gave the standard line of not being at liberty to discuss Apple's forthcoming products, he did say he expects "a lot of things going on with the application of technology to really intimate things." Of course, everyone is interpreting that to mean an iWatch or some other wearable device is on its way.
The great video quality of an iPhone 5 allows you to forego a traditional video camera, but the obvious downside is how hard it is to hold an iPhone steady. That problem is gone thanks to Tiffen's Steadicam Smoothee ($126.60 on Amazon), which now supports the iPhone 5.