Saturday, October 30, 2010

iOS Apps That Go Bump in the Night (Halloween Apps)

From Cult of Mac:

SpookyTones by Electric Pocket makes your iOS device a part of your Halloween celebration by giving you distinctive Halloween e-mail alert sounds. You can pick a spooky sounding new e-mail tone, setup custom tones for your contacts, etc.

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Friday, October 29, 2010

Roundup: Financial Management Apps for iPad

From GigaOM/TheAppleBlog:

SplashMoney is by far the most powerful iPad financial app out there, and it’s extremely easy to use: a rare combination when dealing with money. SplashMoney can run fully independent of the desktop. Setup of accounts, budgets and reports can all be done on the iPad.

Unique among its competitors is the ability to download transactions from your bank while away from the desktop. The ability to fully manage credit card downloads while away from a computer is a killer feature.

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HanDBase Comes to Android

From GigaOM:

If time in the market is an indication of how good an app is, HanDBase must be one of the best, with an impressive 12 years of sales. It was an “app” years before the term came into existence, is on virtually every mobile platform, and has now been deployed for the Android army. HanDBase is a relational database app that makes it simple to create special data entry/ viewing apps that are tailored to any specific task at hand. Data collected in HanDBase is compatible with that entered in all versions of the app, making the databases cross-platform.

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Friday, October 22, 2010

Get into the Halloween spirit with these 99 cent iPhone Apps

From ZDNet:

If you want to have your iPhone emit spooky sounds when new e-mails arrive, look no further than SpookyTones. Like its brother, MailTones, SpookyTones has you forward your mail to a special e-mail address at, and then your iPhone can be customized to play different tones based on the e-mail received. In the case of SpookyTones, you can have it emit sounds of whispers, happy halloween, laughter, spooky chain sounds, and a whole lot more. Even if you don’t want to forward your mail, it’s a great app to just use as a way to hear a slew of different spooky sounds.

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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

SplashShopper for BlackBerry

From BerryReview:

The holidays are fast approaching and before you know it they will be here. If you have a Smartphone you are likely to use it daily to get things done. SplashData created SplashShopper to help you keep your shopping list organize.  One of the key features of this application includes organizing by category by grocieres, gifts, to do items, wines, music, movies and much more. The application also allows users to track prices and locations.  The list can be synchronized with Windows or MAC OS.

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Sunday, October 10, 2010

SplashID Review for iPhone

From CravingTech:

SplashID looks elegant and I like how everything is categorized neatly and yet doesn’t feel overwhelming. It’s easy to spot and view a specific record, thanks to Categories and Types.  For the first time in my life, I actually feel secure carrying my private information in SplashID and have started to store my bank details and other login details on my phone. Thanks, SplashID!

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