Tuesday, August 31, 2010

SplashShopper Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

From Appmodo:

In addition to groceries....there are plenty of other types of lists you can make, and SplashShopper has databases for most all of those categories. Even in the movies database, SplashShopper has meta data about each movie that is already automatically filled in for you.

Another cool thing about the SplashShopper app is the compliment of a PC or Mac-based app that makes it easy to sync and backup your lists to your computer. Simply open up the PC-client and sync your device and the lists will sync-up.

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SplashMoney Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

From Appmodo:

If you’re anything like me, budgeting your money can be a tough thing. What better way to keep close to your finances than to have a handy-dandy app right on your iPhone? SplashMoney could be the perfect companion for you to help you get your act together! All in one app, you can track your monthly spending, sync to online accounts, receive charted illustrations of your financials, and more.

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Saturday, August 28, 2010

GoodReader for iPhone Review

From MobileTechAddicts:

GoodReader is the best document reader that I have used on the iPhone. Even though scrolling and zooming can get a bit slow when viewing large files, I highly recommend this app for anyone who needs to view any documents on the go. Integrated services like Dropbox and Google Docs and features like website archiving, really push this app above the rest. I also have the iPad version of GoodReader is very similar and it is a great way for viewing PDF’s and documents on the iPad.

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Store Data Securely Using SplashID on iPad

From iPad-site:

iPad version of this amazing application is now finally available at the AppStore. The SplashID boasts the industry-standard AES and Blowfish encryption to keep your data safe. It also features a pattern-based login feature, similar to one found on Android-based systems.

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Review: SplashID for Android

From Just Another Mobile Monday (JAMM):

Honestly, this is just a great program. I love having all of my information right in the palm of my hand. Now I can have log-ins, account numbers, phone numbers, and websites. SplashID for Android is $19.95 for the desktop software, and $9.95 for the app off the Android marketplace. If you don’t have an Android Phone, SplashID is also available for: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Blackberry, webOS, WM, PalmOS, S60. You can also just purchase the desktop client for either Windows or Mac.

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Friday, August 20, 2010

Review: GoodReader for iPad

From iPadTunes:

Before I have also used Readdledocs, but Goodreader is doing things even better. For example, some nice features of GR are that you can have double page view, you can crop the margins to save screen estate. Rotating a document is a breeze and the zoom in and out goes very smooth, they use a fast algorithm for this, it is much faster than iBooks.

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Thursday, August 19, 2010

GoodReader for iPad review

From CravingTech:

One of the things I hate about the iPad is its limitation in storing document files to be viewed later. It was one of the reasons why I decided to get a 3G internet connection just in case I need to access these documents on the go (in my Google Docs or Dropbox account). With the help of the GoodReader application, I can actually do more than that: access my documents offline AND online in different web services with just 1 application! And oh, I guess I forgot to mention that GoodReader can also deal with photos, music, and even movie files!

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

SplashID puts the KEY in USB Key

From ZDNet's "Mobile Gadgeteer":

I think the concept of making it look like a key is pretty clever, and could resonate with techies and non-techs alike... I have played around with versions of SplashID in the past, but this one definitely piqued my interest. With the ability to completely remove all traces of itself on both a Mac and PC, this is sure to be a winner for many people who are concerned about identity theft, privacy, and security.

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Friday, August 13, 2010

GoodReader for iPad – Possibly the Greatest App of All Time: An iPad App Review

From Damego:

If you have bought an iPad and are wondering what an app is that you should get, wonder no longer. If you don’t have an iPad, but are wondering if there is any app that makes you want to buy an iPad just so you can use this app, wonder no longer.

There is an app that has the above characteristics. GoodReader for iPad. This app is basically the all-in-one PDF/TXT reader for the iPad. With this app you can transfer files directly from your computer over a Wi-Fi connection, from email attachments etc. to your iPad. This app also easily integrates with MobileMe iDisk, Google Docs, Dropbox, box.net and other popular servers.

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HanDBase: the "Essential" iPad and iPhone Database App

From AppAdvice:

DDH Software has been in the handheld database business since the first Palm handhelds and it shows. HanDBase for iPhone and iPad is a powerful database manager with flexibility for most data-tracking needs. The companion desktop application makes accessing your data easy no matter where you happen to be working, or simply launch a browser and download your databases directly. An extensive template library, coupled with an easy-to-use setup wizard, and exhaustive list of field types makes creating custom databases a breeze. Whether you choose just the iPhone app, or instead purchase HandBase for your Mac and iPad as well, you won't go wrong with HandBase to manage your personal data.

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Thursday, August 12, 2010

iPad: First things first

From Australian Macworld:

The second thing every iPad needs is a killer app. Now, we know that pushing a particular app is a dangerous thing to do but this one is practically a must.

GoodReader provides you with a working file system that you can use. One of the neat features introduced with the iPad is the ability for applications to pass documents between each other. GoodReader takes advantage of this.

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The MacReviewCast #246: HanDBase

From Surf-Bit's Mac ReviewCast:

This week we look at Radium, HanDBase, Padsync, Targus, iCasual, Freeware plus much more. I want to thank you for downloading and listening to the podcast. We have the best in Mac hardware, software and websites reviews. We have a lot of great folks on today’s episode with their reviews and comments on software, hardware and websites that make using the Mac special. Plus I’ll have the top freeware Mac apps of the week and much more.

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Saturday, August 07, 2010

SplashShopper-Lists for iPad

From CooliPhoneApps:

Grocery shopping is the bane of my life! I swear that as soon as I get home and unpack the groceries, I realize I've omitted a few things that were never on the list. Or else, someone calls out to me that we need more cheese, ketchup or some obscure item! Aggravation be gone! With SplashShopper-Lists for iPad, there need never be a forgotten item again. SplashShopper diligently works to keep your lists highly organized, easily accessed and edited, detailed and concise. Moreover, items are highly visible and clear as a bell on the large iPad screen.

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Agendus Conveniently Compiles All Organizational Necessities

From The iPhone App Review:

Best of all, users can watch a video tutorial (if they did not when prompted upon startup) that outlines how to use each tab to the fullest extent.  And though most everything about Agendus is purely intuitive, such an aid proves that this application’s only agenda is to truly ease the burden of a busy life.

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Friday, August 06, 2010

GoodReader For The IPad

From Tech & Learning:

It is a powerful piece of software! GoodReader does so much, you will probably find yourself using it all the time. It truly is one of the best $.99 purchases you will ever make for your iPad.

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Goodreader: iPad App Review

From TapScape:

For less than a dollar, GoodReader for iPad can turn your iPad into a document workhorse. It’s the answer for all those PDFs that don’t work in iBooks and the videos that aren’t necessarily easy to upload anywhere else. In fact, Good.iWare‘s Goodreader for iPad is compatible with Google Docs, Box.net, Dropbox, Mobileme, POP3 and IMAP mail servers (for viewing and downloading email attachments) and FTP and WebDAV servers.

In other words, this is your all in one answer for anything from storing your Word Documents to creating offline email access, and it works very well.

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Tech Summary – 12 Essential iPhone & iPad Apps For Real Estate

From iStayBooked:

Like Evernote, Goodreader has many brand evangelists – one of the best and most reliable readers for the iPad, Goodreader can view local files, download files from websites, FTP servers, Google Docs, AND use wifi to move files from your home computer to your iPhone or iPad. Reads PDFs, word documents, PowerPoint presentations, txt files… almost anything you might want to read. Available for both iPad and iPhone.

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Good Reader for iPhone Review

From MobileTechAddicts:

GoodReader is the best document reader that I have used on the iPhone...Integrated services like Dropbox and Google Docs and features like website archiving, really push this app above the rest. I also have the iPad version of Good Reader is very similar and it is a great way for viewing PDF’s and documents on the iPad.

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Apps iPad Change in Netbook

From De Telegraph Digitaal:

For those working with large PDF documents is GoodReader (€ 0.79) an interesting app. The documents can be either a single or double page displayed, zoom in and out no problem, page numbers are easy to find and bookmarks can be applied. The app pulls the pure text from PDF files so that text formatting is optimized for the screen. Besides Good Reader PDF and text files also with Docs, iWork, HTML, plus audio and video. Files can be via WiFi from PC to iPad be transferred. Who occasionally works with PDF files can easily off with an ebook reader as the landscaped free iBooks Apple's own. The PDF files will appear as a binder in a separate PDF file board.

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iPad, business applications for SMEs

From eWeek Europe:

GoodReader's (0.99 cents): allows reformat a document to fit the screen iPad. GoodReader's PDF Reflow extracts text from a PDF file and takes him on screen iPad, avoiding the need to scroll left and right. Once extracted, the text supports hyperlinks to navigate the PDF document, but also zoom up to 50x to see pictures or maps. GoodReader also lets you transfer files via WiFi or an email attachment, but also allows you to work with Apple's MobileMe cloud storage or Box.net or Google Docs.

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Seven Great Apps

From Barron's:

GoodReader: This is manna from heaven for investors and others deluged with PDF reports. It opens PDFs and other file types and lets you store them in files of your own creation, separate from your other e-mail.

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Press For Success: A Look at iPads Business Apps

From FindItWestValley:

GoodReader, a steal for only .99, allows you to look at PDF, Word, Excel, TXT, and JPEG files, among others, so you will never have to send an I-cant-open this message. GoodReader opens zipped files and also connects to Google Docs.

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What I'm Using Now: GoodReader for iPad

From LiveDesign:

GoodReader is capable of viewing many file types including PDF, Word, and Excel documents as well as most movie files. For file types that it cannot read, such as ZIP-compressed files or lighting console show disks, it acts as an easy way to have such files on hand directly in your iPad. From GoodReader, you are able to email any file type directly as an email attachment which comes in handy specifically for shooting off an archived console show disk or proprietary CAD document. Alternatively, Apple's native iPad email application gives you the opportunity to save most email attachments directly to the GoodReader application for viewing and file transfer the next time you connect the device to iTunes again.

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New to iPad? Must-have apps out of the box!

From Appolicious:

If you need to read huge PDF, text, or Microsoft Word files, you need this app. Within moments of downloading GoodReader, you'll be transferring files directly from your computer over a wifi connection, from the Internet or from email attachments. It also easily integrates with MobileMe iDisk, Google Docs, Dropbox, box.net, and other popular servers. Fills a critical gap in easily transferring files from your desktop to your iPad, and then viewing docs on your device.

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Thursday, August 05, 2010

BookLover app can catalog your library of books

From Los Angeles Times:

On the Mac, tech-savvy bookworms point to Delicious Library as a shining star in their borderline-obsessive-compulsive organization of novels. Since a version of that app for the iPhone was canned last year, a newcomer has stepped into its place.

BookLover lets you keep a catalog of the books you own along with notes for each. It presents it all nicely in a wooden bookshelf not dissimilar to Apple’s own iBooks app.

You can share bits of info through the app with friends, and keep track of who has borrowed what book. BookLover costs 99 cents.

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Tuesday, August 03, 2010

SplashMoney For iPad Provides Up-To-Date Financial Data Wherever You Go

From AppAdvice:

All of us have plenty of bills and more than enough credit cards, checking accounts, savings, etc to keep track of. What if you could have all of that data completely up-to-date and at your fingertips wherever you are? SplashMoney for iPad keeps track of your numerous financial assets with continuous updates, including the ability to sync with your bank accounts and credit cards.

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SplashID – Password Manager: Forget About Memorization And Let The Device Do The Work

From SmokinApps:

How do keep track of the various user names and passwords you select for all of your sensitive information? If you are like many people you might try to memorize this information, or worse, you might keep it all in a Word or Excel document open to snooping. The SplashID – Password Manager app offers a much more secure and functional system.

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The SplashID Key Safe Puts All Your Passwords Safely On Your Keychain

From GearDiary:

Most people just allow their browser to store their passwords or have them written down somewhere for anyone to see, we are all guilty of it and it honestly really puts you at risk. The Key Safe is a simple device that doesn’t install anything on your machine and leaves not trace of being there once disconnected from your machine. It closely resembles the shape of a normal key and should fit nicely on your key chain without adding any additional bulk to carry around. You also get 2GB of storage space to safely and securely store whatever you want.

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Sunday, August 01, 2010

Protecting your precious information

From Bangkok Post:

In the end, there is no doubt that SplashID will simplify your life in the land of passwords. The software certainly gets the job done very well both on the desktop and the handset...

You no longer need to use the same password for everything. Nor do you need to expose your multiple passwords by writing them down on post-it notes. You now enjoy the luxury of having as many passwords as you like while keeping all of them secure and handy. This ability decreases the threat of identity theft immensely.

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