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Facebook Photo Album Review

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Among many other things, Facebook offers its members an easy way to upload and share photos. But the browser interface that Facebook uses to display those photos isn't the greatest, especially when using Safari on an iPad. Developer Lifelike Apps felt the same way and created the Facebook Photo Album as a result. Does it succeed at its goal of a cleaner, more iOS-friendly interface to your friends Facebook photos? Read on to find out.



Voypi App Review

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Do you wish your calls and text messages were free regardless of your location in the world or time zone? Voypi allows iPhone users to do this hassle-free and without any sort of contracts or limitations that many free services require. The only catch is that it only works with users who also have the app installed. Besides the iPhone, the app supports hand sets with Android 2.2 or higher. Blackberry support is also coming soon. Whether your friends have an iPhone or not, doesn't really matter with Voypi.



Free Time to Call App Released by Vonage

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Last week, Vonage released a competitive app aimed at Skype’s voice-over-IP calling service. This app offers some benefits over its competitor. Time to Call, which is the name of the new app, is available for free in 87 iTunes stores around the world. For between $1 and $2, app users will have the ability to call people in 100 different countries at 15 minutes per call.



Quick Look: Facemobile

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Hi, my name is Doug.  I am a Facebook addict.  Something tells me, though, I am in pretty good company here, as I suspect many of you, dear readers, spend more time on Facebook than you would care to admit.  Since I spend most of my time on the iPad, I am constantly on the lookout for avenues to access my Facebook account from my iPad.  Although I have tried many of the popular Facebook apps available for iPad, they all seem to lack a significant feature or functionality.  As a result, I keep finding myself drifting back toward the standard mobile Internet interface, and trolling the App Store for a better option.  Recently, we recei



Dog training facility owner uses iPads to improve customer experience

Mark Van Wye

Chief Operating Officer and CTO of the Zoom Room


Dog DrainerWhat do you do? I oversee all day-to-day operations of the Zoom Room, which is a dog agility training center and canine social club. We create a highly social atmosphere that promotes responsible pet ownership and fitness for both dogs and owners. It's like a gym for dogs!


Which device do you use? The iPad 2.


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Dog training facility owner uses iPads to improve customer experience

Mark Van Wye
Mark Van WyeChief Operating Officer and CTO of the Zoom Room


 

What do you do? I oversee all day-to-day operations of the Zoom Room, which is a dog agility training center and canine social club. We create a highly social atmosphere that promotes responsible pet ownership and fitness for both dogs and owners. It's like a gym for dogs!


Which device do you use? The iPad 2.


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Semantic Search Social TV

Semantic Search Social TV

Intenuum, a New High Tech Start-up, Brings the “Social TV Commerce” to the Market to Change the Way People Experience TV

 


Always be connected with new app 'Stay In Touch'

Always be connected with new app 'Stay In Touch'

Ever get busy with life and realize you’ve lost touch with important friends? 

Or tell a friend “Let’s catch up soon!” and then forget to follow up? 

Or remember Grandma’s birthday…two days too late?

 

We all have people in our lives we’d like to see or talk to more often. Stay In Touch is a simple app by Xanadu Mobile that helps you prioritize the friends and family you care most about. Set reminders for yourself to see people regularly and never lose touch again.

 

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Google+ now available in App Store -- free app lets you access Google's new social networking site

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Google+ (pronounced Google Plus), which is Google's new social networking site meant to compete with Facebook, has had explosive growth, hitting 18 million users after being introduced only three weeks ago. AND, it's not even yet publicly available. It's rolling out gradually via the invitation model, which is how Gmail began its life. I've used it a bit and it's impressive — more intuitive and friendly than Facebook.



Social Media Report

Finding Good Food with iPhone Apps


Steve Boss


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