Why risk an embarrassing moment of mistypes and auto-corrects when the solution is out there. What are you waiting for? Supersize your keyboard today with Big Keys! Continue reading this post ->
Chupamobile, the leading app and game template in the market today has collaborated with Hallmark to create a game that stars Hallmark’s beloved 30 year old character, Maxine. Maxine, a character John Wagner created for Hallmark’s Shoebox greeting cards, 30 years ago, became famous for her edgy, snarky but hilarious comments about life, getting older, women and men’s issues and even politics.
In today’s tech driven world, the best way to honor Maxine’s 30th year was to naturally create a game where she can be the star. And that’s just what Chupamobile did. Maxine’s Snack Attack is a match-3, food themed game. It has a beautiful interface, featuring 100 entertaining levels that get harder as you progress. Match 3 or more of the same food items and get boosters that you can use to get through a level. The game is pretty straight forward, reminiscent of Maxine’s character, it’s easy to figure out how to play and it can be quite addictive. Continue reading this post ->
There are hundreds of information about a hundred different things we take on, on a daily basis that it’s tough to keep track of what information is important and which ones are worth skipping without wasting time. In comes technology to give us the solution to that dilemma, in this case, it’s in the form of the AI powered app called iSummary.
If you’re like me, who’s too busy to read articles pertaining to current events, fashion trends, lifestyle happenings, cooking recipes and so on, but you feel like you absolutely have to so you can keep up with the world, then this is a nifty app to have on your phone. What iSummary does is save articles you want to read, summarize it for you and if you want it to, play it back for you. It’s Audible meets Pocket meets artificial intelligence. Continue reading this post ->
Apple just unified the clipboard with your iPhone if you’re on iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, anything you copy on one is now accessible on the other. Even with that added functionality though the experience leaves a bit to be desired. Pastebot by Tapbots, who brought us Tweetbot seeks to fill this gap.
Pastebot is currently available as a public beta and can be installed here, but before doing so head on over to their help page to make sure you’re all set regarding system requirements. It’s also a good idea to read up on the installation process as there’s a tiny bit of manual set up you’ll need to do to get around application sandboxing.
The Notification Center is a sore point among some iOS users, going through several iterations throughout the years like it’s little cousin the Control Center. While it has came a long way, there’s still so much more it could be doing. NCBrowser, by Brandon Salgado (@ImBrandDev) the developer of Login, tackles one feature that many users on Reddit have requested over the years: a fully functioning browser in the Notification Center.
NCBrowser works by adding a third tab — named Broswer — to the right of “Notifications”. You’re even able to set your homepage and bookmark your favorite site for quick access, while different options allow you to hide the Status Bar and the tabs at the top for a more immersive experience.
NCBrowser also comes with the ability to set your preferred search engine with choices being Google, Bing, Yahoo, or have it ask you when needed. Better yet, the tweak is even accessible from the Lock Screen which is kind of convenient, you can swipe down and check Reddit or order a pizza from your Notification Center all without unlocking your iPhone.
I will most likely be keeping this installed on my device for a while to see if I end up integrating it into my usual workflows and just for the neat factor. Sometimes people will ask me, “Why do you jailbreak your iPhone?” and it’s so hard to convey my reasoning to the average person but things like this make it a lot easier.
NCBrowser is available on the BigBoss repo in Cydia for $2.99. How would this fit into your workflow? Continue reading this post ->
Login, a new tweak from developer Brandon Salgado (@ImBrandDev), adds a MacOS style login page to your iPhone with a ton of options. The tweak allows you to customize the blur to your liking, chose your own image to display, and change the buttons among a lot of other things. It’s compatible with most lockscreen tweaks such as Lock+ and Xen, as well as Touch ID. While Login doesn’t necessarily change how you’re going to use unlock your iPhone, but it sure does look damn good. Continue reading this post ->
Your social network feeds can affect your day by influencing the way the corners of your mouth turns. That’s why it can be irritating always ending up asking ‘Who’s this?’ when we breeze through social media posts. Yes, customization is present in these platforms but we still can’t help but feel spammed. Enter Babble, a social networking site which aims to customize your audience and your feeds to deliver and reach only those which are relevant to you.
Babble’s customization functions allow you receive feeds only from those who interests you and push posts only to those who you wish to see them. So if you are feeling nostalgic, you can share childhood photos within your family’s circle but block out the rest of your friends for potential embarrassment brought about your toothless grins in the photos.
One unique function as well is Babble’s timed deletion function where your posts are removed within your set time frame. If you wish to post something which you would want only those nearby to see, Babble has a great function of seeing who among your friends are there. Instead of finding out who you missed, you can reach out to them in real time. With this, you can cheer for your favorite teams together during games, jam in concerts and meet up if you are in vacation in the same place. You are never left behind from all the action. Continue reading this post ->