Hi, I'm Sette C., the lady who never sleeps (at night). I write and live a life of tragedy, comedy and fairy tale—not to mention that inconsolable longing to feed my gadget addiction. Yes. And so I write—whether it's an app review, iOS updates or rumors about Apple products. You may follow my blurbs, too! @krisettecapati
Color Tale is an engaging educational app for children that teaches basic color concepts (like how to combine each color with other shades) with detailed instructions in a musical narrative setting.
There’s a world inside you—ideas, scenes, life, and random thoughts of wishful thinking if you were given the chance to create a perfect world. It’s time to unleash it. Create, destroy, and repeat the world you’ve dreamed of with The Sandbox. I haven’t spent a lot of time with The Sandbox, but frankly, I’m already hooked.
Flappy Bird became a hit with over 500,000 reviews, two to three million downloads per day, and ad revenues of $50,000 per day. Now, it appears developer Dong Nguyen can’t take the limelight and the hype the media, his fans and his critics have caused. He has decided to remove Flappy Bird from app stores (Android and iOS).
To-do list and productivity apps are sprouting like mushrooms. There’s no excuse anymore for the procrastinators out there, as they can find hundreds of apps to keep them on task, just like Taskdeck for iPhone and Mac. Taskdeck allows you to create tasks and to-do lists instantly, and you can add tags, dates (for deadlines), links, and files with Dropbox and Cloud syncing.
Apple partnered with Burberry in September 2013 to shoot the entire Burberry Womenswear Spring/Summer 2014 fashion show using the iPhones. Today, Apple released a new ad that features footage from the show with behind-the-scenes and backstage clips of models and the event itself.
Each of us has a story tell—whether it’s written in a notebook, in a book, or carved in stones just like the ancient times. Mine are written and recorded in My iStory for iPhone, which has helped me to consistently scribble notes, daily blurbs, and thoughts in skosh. I keep it in my productivity folder alongside DayOne and Evernote that I’ve been using for taking notes and journaling, as I find it more functional for recording my travel and sports activities, too!
Take a break and have a quick chat—post and comment—with friends on Tittat. It’s an iPhone app that aims to reveal a person’s character, whether good or bad. Honesty is the best policy when you use it, making your virtual life engaging and fun as you meet friends worldwide.
It’s because ideas have their ebb and flow—and to keep up with them, to organize everything systematically, and to make them more concrete and palatable—you need tools and methods. Fortunately, Realmac’s Ember for Mac OS X does a pretty good job with this. It’s a must-have app for professionals and creative types who are into curating, organizing, collecting, and visualizing photos, designs, ideas and more.
Packed with functional scanning and expense tracking features, Haave Oy’s Piikki for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch allows you to scan and upload receipts to popular storage and productivity tools like Google Drive, Dropbox, and Evernote for easy archiving and record keeping.
Chuck’s Challenge 3D for OS X is packed with addictive and challenging tile-based puzzle games with improved 3D graphics. It’s designed by Chuck Sommerville, the same guy who created the 90’s game Chip’s Challenge. You’re going to play as Woop, along with his pets—Asida, Bebinca, Clottie, Dobos and Éclair—which Chuck considers killer monsters.
A quick fix, a crop on the sides, and a filter for the finishing touch—that’s what you get with Analog for OS X. Analog is straightforward photo editing software with filters and borders that you can apply in a few minutes. Direct, fast, and user friendly, you don’t need to be a pro to use it.
Feast your eyes on the latest Apple iWatch concept design, this time created by the team at CiccareseDesign.com, a designer group that’s been churning out excellent mockups of Apple gadgets from the past. The press has dubbed this mythical gadget the iWatch, and fanboys and girls alike are excited about it.
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