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Apps: Productivity

M&A Analysis: Evernote's Acquisition of Penultimate

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Evernote continues to expand their horizons and increase their value. This week they acquired Cocoa Box Design’s Penultimate, one of the best apps on the iPad for capturing handwritten notes and annotating images, and one of the top paid apps of all time.



>>> 4in1 mobi.D | Keyboard for New iPad

>>> 4in1 mobi.D | Keyboard for New iPad

mobi.D | keyboard
 

Designed for the New iPad
High quality leather case with integraded stand
Bluetooth detachable wireless keyboard with stylus holder


Shootout: SkyDrive vs Dropbox vs Google Drive

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As much as I like iCloud, I still need to use a file storage service such as Dropbox because iCloud's offering is so limited in this area. It will only store and sync files created with Apple's iWork suite. I'm a big fan of Dropbox, and it's likely the most popular file-based cloud service. This is no doubt because it's utterly simple to set up and use. But it has some serious competition in Microsoft's SkyDrive and the new Google Drive.



Try Tap Alarm Clock for Free

Try Tap Alarm Clock for Free

AppAnnex, LLC, developer of award winning mobile applications has announced a release of LITE version of its stylish and practical Tap Alarm Clock.

Tired of fiddling with complicated settings trying to set an alarm clock? We have a simple solution for you - Tap Alarm Clock.

Tap Alarm Clock offers a completely new, elegant, but at the same time, simple gesture driven interface! Stylish design solution simplifies setting an alarm down to just a couple of taps and swipes! Stylish design is complemented by the best in class feature set.

Features available in the “Lite” version for free:


Appyend AB releases myLife Calendar for iPhone, the best selling Productivity App in Sweden!

Appyend AB releases myLife Calendar for iPhone, the best selling Productivity App in Sweden!

Appyend AB is pleased to announce the release of myLife Calendar for iPhone, the first calendar app as stylish as the iPhone. myLife Calendar immediately became the best selling Productivity App in Sweden and is now marketed in the rest of the world.

 


Tap Alarm Clock 2.0. Wake up to your own music

Tap Alarm Clock 2.0. Wake up to your own music

New York, New York – AppAnnex, an emerging mobile applications developer, has today announced the release of Tap Alarm Clock 2.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Tap Alarm Clock is a smooth, eloquently designed alarm clock solution that abandons convoluted complexities in favor of providing users with intuitive gesture controls that let them set alarms in mere seconds. As slickly designed as it is simple to use, Tap Alarm Clock is currently available for download on the Apple App Store for 0.99 $ in the Productivity category.


What If You Don't Have Siri? A Look At Personal Voice Assistant Alternatives To Siri.

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   Not to negate the progress that has been made recently in the area of artificial intelligence vocal assistant apps, but relatively speaking, this technology, at a consumer level, is still in its infancy. Even Siri is technically still a BETA release. So we can expect to see some glitches and hang ups in all of the current alternatives for vocal assistant software. That said, some are definitely better than others.



Desk Fountain - an entirely new use for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

Denver, Colorado - Two Teeth Technologies today is pleased to announce that Desk Fountain 1.0 is now available in the App Store. It is the first iOS application that can replace an expensive desk fountain. It helps you to stay productive at the office or relax at home while giving new purpose to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

The result is an intuitive app that shows off the full potential of the retina display and showcases the powerful graphics processing engine of iOS devices. It plays soothing sounds in a convenient and portable package that helps you focus at work or relax at home.

Key Features:
* Ultra-realistic water effects you have to see to believe
* Simulates a fountain, stream, rain or the ocean


Microsoft's SkyDrive Rains on Cloud Storage Startups

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Dropbox and Box have made file access on iOS a pleasure, much more so than iCloud, though in a very different way (you can’t beat, or even use, iWork apps without iCloud on iOS). As speculation about a more integrated cloud-based file system in Mountain Lion tantalizes the Apple Technorati, Microsoft dropped a new version of SkyDrive that delivers a high capacity, cross-platform file storage solutions that works right now.



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