Aug 10 AT 9:11 AM Adam Oram 0 Comments

Review: CalcTape

It is super handy to have a calculator app built into your phone and ready to go whenever the need arises. For most people, the stock calculator app on their device will be adequate for basic calculations and day-to-day sums but functionality is usually limited to the mathematic fundamentals.

A calculator app from a third ... Read More »


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Mar 17 AT 3:58 PM Adam Oram 0 Comments

Review: LEO Privacy

It’s more important than ever to protect the data on our devices. Our phones and tablets go everywhere with us, and contain data from every aspect of our lives.

Passcode and swipe patterns do a great job of locking our devices, and for many people this will be enough in terms of protection. But if ... Read More »

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Mar 07 AT 10:57 AM Adam Oram 0 Comments

Review: Cartogram — Indoor Maps

Whichever phone you own, there’s a good chance that the pre-installed mapping application is of a decent standard. For the majority of people, it will be perfectly capable of getting you from A to B and back again. One benefit of Android as a platform in fact is the tight integration with Google’s own Maps ... Read More »

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Feb 08 AT 4:12 PM Adam Oram 0 Comments

Review: Pumpic Mobile Monitoring

Kids are exposed to more than ever before with the advent of modern technology, particularly mobile devices. Monitoring exactly what our young ones have access to and making sure they stay safe online may seem like a daunting task but there are tools out there for keeping a handle on your child’s digital life.

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Jan 25 AT 6:18 PM Adam Oram 0 Comments

Review: MailDroid

We all receive a lot of emails — both for work and in our personal lives — and having a great app for managing all of those messages is an excellent idea. Fortunately, there are plenty of apps to choose from — from email providers, device manufacturers and third-parties alike.

The pre-installed email apps tend ... Read More »

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Nov 27 AT 2:17 PM Adam Oram 0 Comments

Review: Snapbrite

We all love taking photos of our friends and family, and that’s even truer for those with kids. If you’ve got young ones of your own, you’ll no doubt snap pics of every moment of their development and at every special occasion in an effort to document their life stages.

But rarely do we ever ... Read More »