Price : $ Free
Have you ever wished there was an easy way to progressively move forward in completing tasks and an easy way to track it all? Well I introduce to you Good Habits for the iPhone. The app is a simple task tracker that tracks what you have set up to complete throughout the day that chains everyday together. Everyday you check off the box that corresponds with the task that you completed. A number then appears to the right that might correspond with the second number right next to it, if that is the highest number of days in your chain.
Google has tried for awhile to make a good enough app for iOS that can be in competition with the stock mail app for quite awhile now. Their first few attempts have been garbage in comparison to the new app that they have produced. I am not saying that the new app is at all great and perfected, but it is moving in the right direction. Updated with a new white icon the app finally brings to the table a worthy app that can stand out amongst your others.
Hi Guys, As we all know, when the new iPhone 4S came out, the feature everyone (and Apple) were talking about was its new function Siri. Siri on iPhone 4S lets you use your voice to send messages, schedule meetings, make phone calls and more. Ask Siri to do things just by talking the way you talk. Siri understands what you say, knows what you mean and even talks back… Well now, a new App …
User Review : PiGuy
iHome + Sleep is a user friendly app that helps those who need to get up on time – especially if you don’t have an alarm clock. This app integrates Facebook, Twitter, and weather into an alarm system. This system also tracks your sleep habits – and can let you change the tone you wake up to, one of the biggest annoyances with the apple clock app. This app is built to work with iHome’s app-enhanced clocks, but at 20-50 dollars more than a regular clock or charger – it is advised that you stick with your normal charger/clock.