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Tag: Ios

Fleksy iOS Keyboard App: for the Blind, Drunk or Fat-Fingered

Fleksy iOS Keyboard App: for the Blind, Drunk or Fat-Fingered
Touchscreens have made it so much easier for us to interact with gadgets. Except if you’re blind, that is. Fortunately, there’s a new app for iOS devices that can guess the right word to produce, even if the user picks all the wrong keys.

Rechner Calculator iPhone App: Gestural Arithmetic

Rechner Calculator iPhone App: Gestural Arithmetic
This cool little calculator app for the iPhone uses gestures, kind of like how Clear works. It’s definitely an interesting way to use a calculator, one that initially seems a bit counterintuitive, but ultimately it’s supposed to be a bit faster than punching in numbers with your fingers.
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Dark Sky App for iOS Predicts the Weather, on the Hour

Dark Sky App for iOS Predicts the Weather, on the Hour
There are a lot of weather apps out there that can tell you if it’s going to be generally rainy or sunny today. If they say today’s going to be “cloudy with light rainshowers,” you probably wouldn’t have any idea what time of day the rain clouds will come rolling in.

Want to Run iOS Apps on Your PlayBook? There’s a Hack for That

Want to Run iOS Apps on Your PlayBook? There’s a Hack for That
There are emulators for video game consoles and virtual machines for operating systems. Now someone has come up with an “app player” that makes it possible to run iOS programs into other hardware, particularly Windows and – drum roll please –  the BlackBerry PlayBook.

The Hostage Trials: Play Mini Games or Your Friend Dies

The Hostage Trials: Play Mini Games or Your Friend Dies
“Gamification” has become a buzzword in the past few years, referring to the incorporation of levels, achievements and other congratulatory statistical landmarks in real-life activities to encourage participation. Don’t worry, I too, did not understand what I just said.

Logitech Solar Keyboard K760: One Keyboard to Rule Them All

Logitech Solar Keyboard K760: One Keyboard to Rule Them All
If you’re like me, you probably tend to use all of your OS X and iOS devices simultaneously, which is one reason why I like the Logitech Wireless Keyboard K760. It doesn’t have a numeric keypad, but this single keyboard will work with all of your devices.

CordLite Illuminated iOS Cable: A Simple Solution for a Very Simple Problem

CordLite Illuminated iOS Cable: A Simple Solution for a Very Simple Problem
This is how much technology can coddle us: someone’s come up with a charge and sync device for iOS devices that has built-in LEDs to make it easier to plug it in in the dark. I usually just use my iPhone’s own light or feel which end is which, but why go through such arduous processes when you can buy a solution right?

iLuv DualJack Cable Works with Both iOS and Micro-USB Devices

iLuv DualJack Cable Works with Both iOS and Micro-USB Devices
We’ve already seen a charge and sync cable that works exactly the same way as this one. But if you’re not confident about the quality or the retailer of that other cable then yes, you will love DualJack.

Etcher Case Turns iPads into a Working Etch A Sketch

Etcher Case Turns iPads into a Working Etch A Sketch
There have been Etch A Sketch cases out there before, but this is the first that I’ve seen that’s actually functional. The Etcher case will transform your iPad into a working Etch A Sketch, albeit in a digital version.

Une Bobine for iOS: the Gorillapod of Charging Cables

Une Bobine for iOS: the Gorillapod of Charging Cables
There are a million docks, stands and cables for the iPhone and iPod Touch, but Une Bobine can replace them all. It’s a charge and sync cable that’s flexible yet also stiff, much like Gorillapods. Une Bobine is French for “a coil”, and it literally is a coil.

Swÿp: Cross Device Drag-and-Drop

Swÿp: Cross Device Drag-and-Drop
If you’ve seen The Avengers or the previous Iron Man movies, you’ve probably been wowed by the computer interface that Tony Stark and his colleagues use, where they send data to by physically sliding or swiping screens to each other.

Slide to Unlock Now a Game: What’s Next? Power On, Power Off?

Slide to Unlock Now a Game: What’s Next? Power On, Power Off?
The “Slide to Unlock” interface has become one of the most iconic features of iOS devices. It never occurred to me to think of it as a fun activity, but apparently thousands of people do, because there’s actually a game built around it.

Jawbone Big Jambox Speaker: The Jambox Grows Up

Jawbone Big Jambox Speaker: The Jambox Grows Up
If the diminutive Jambox is too small for your amplifying tastes, then check out the Big Jambox that Jawbone just released. It’s basically the same as the Jambox, except that it’s bigger. It’s still wireless and will work with any Bluetooth-enabled device.

Pebble E-Paper Smartwatch: iOS and Android Goodness

Pebble E-Paper Smartwatch: iOS and Android Goodness
There are quite a few smartwatches now available to geek up your look. The Pebble watch was designed by the same people who created the inPulse watch for Blackberry, and it looks like a really nice way to link a watch with the smartphone in your pocket.

AViiQ Ready Clips: The Charging Cable is Mightier Than the Pen

AViiQ Ready Clips: The Charging Cable is Mightier Than the Pen
Gadget accessory maker AViiQ has released Ready Clips, a trio of 5.5″ USB charging cables that are easy to store and carry. You know what they say, the best tool is the one that you have with you.

Medisana TargetScale Looks Like a Science Fiction Movie Prop

Medisana TargetScale Looks Like a Science Fiction Movie Prop
Everyone who’s trying to lose weight or to stay fit knows that a good scale is an important part of keeping on track. This isn’t the first high-tech scale that I’ve come across, but it sure looks futuristic, kind of like a transporter pad from Star Trek, probably a way to entice to actually step onto it rather than not.
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