Free* karaoke apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

If you love to sing your favorite hits outside of the car but you don’t want to pay $8 a drink for the privilege of singing in public, then have no fear. Your iOS device is here to help you with some Karaoke apps that will allow you to pay for a song once and sing it as many times as you want. You can even plug in a mic and host your own party.


Free iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps for fashionistas

Do you have a passion for fashion? Does finding that perfect item make your day? Well, then you’re in luck because today we are going to take a look at some of the best free iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps for fashion lovers. That way, you can do all the looking you want with no trouble at all.

Free iPad apps for note taking

If you are back in school, you’re going to be taking a lot of notes. Sure, you could do it with a pen and paper, but we live in the digital age, so we’re going to look at some modern ways for you to take your notes and keep them for the rest of your life (or at least for the rest of the semester) with the best in free iPad apps.

How to dictate to your Mac

Talking to your computer used to be a dream, the kind of thing reserved for actors in sci-fi movies. Well, let’s be honest; we’ve all been talking to our computers for a very long time, but most of the time it just sits there staring back at us with a blank screen. The real trick is to get the system to do something when you talk to it, and OS X Mountain Lion looks to do just that.

How to turn off Notification Center in Mountain Lion

The notifications feature in Mountain Lion is great, provided you want them. If you want to be left alone for a while, or if you just don’t care about how often your friends post to Facebook, then you can turn the notifications off quiet easily. It’s really easy to take notifications away; whether you decide to keep it that way is up to you.

Three helpful iPhone apps for grooms

As the groom, odds are good you don’t have too much interest in the color of the linens at your wedding. But that doesn’t mean you don’t care about anything that’s happening. Here are some of the best apps to help you in the fine art and subtle science of showing at least some interest in “your” big day.


How to access and change your Gatekeeper settings in Mountain Lion

For those of you who are not in the know, Gatekeeper is a new tool in OS X v10.8 (Mountain Lion) that is designed to help keep your Mac safe from malicious software. It recognizes whether an application was download from the App Store, a trusted source, or otherwise, and can prevent the app from launching. Today, we are going to look at how to get to it and choose your settings.

Appidemic: Roads of Rome 2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

Roads to Rome is a real time strategy game that is designed to remind you that Rome was not built in a day, even when you get to build it in the digital world. The game gives you the location and the resources; it’s your job to create the city.

Free apps for your Mac’s health and well being

Keeping your Mac in tip top shape can extend its life and to keep it running as well as possible when you do use it. There are a lot of apps you can use to facilitate good system health, but which one should you go with? Today, we are going to take a look at some of the best options for any budget.

Three Mac apps to help organize your major life changes

When it comes to making real changes in your life, there are a lot of ways you can go. And sometimes a good piece of software can help you to do it better and get further. That’s why we’re going to take a look at some of the best OS X apps for helping you to make a major life change. I won’t say these bits of software for your Mac will make the transition simple, but they may make it smoother.

Appidemic: Voice Recorder HD 5.2

When it comes to keeping notes while we work, many of us don’t like typing on the go. As a matter of fact, when the ideas are hitting you fast and furiously, taking notes can be a real pain. There are a lot of options out there for voice recording—including the built in Voice Memo app—but most of us yearn for a more comprehensive choice. Could Voice Recorder HD be the one?

Three non-traditional word games for Mac

If you are ready to play, and you want to keep your brain going instead of shutting it down, then a word game is a great choice. You get all of the mind-building benefits common to most puzzle games, along with a vocabulary workout. Good for kids and adults alike, word games are fairly common, but how can you tell a good one from a bad one? Well, if you want to get started with word games (without logging onto Facebook) then this list will get you going in no time at all.