Although the iPhone already has a built-in notetaking software in Notes, it’s really nothing more than a digital notebook to store whatever comes to mind, be it a list of shopping items, or something you wanted to be reminded of at a later time.
Given the inability of Notes to properly organize such random thoughts, those who have upgraded to iOS 4.2 (or higher) will be glad to know that Microsoft OneNote, a little-used but feature-laden app that allows people to jot down their notes and yes, effectively organize them in their own PCs and Windows Live online storage, is now available for a limited time for free.
Apple is pulling a fast one on us again.
As if the current incarnations of the iPhone and the less than a year old iPad aren’t next generation enough, Apple recently announced that the next versions of these much sought after gizmos are going to be, yes, even better.
It seems like the long wait for the much anticipated white iPhone 4 is finally over. Or is it? The online rumor mills certainly believe so. One of them, MacRumors recently reported that the immaculate-colored hardware is not included in the database of consumer electronics retailer, Best Buy. And they even have the screenshots to prove it. The model name and SKU posted on the Best Buy screenshot are also the same ones “cancelled” by Apple last year shortly before the latter went on to announce that the white iPhone is scheduled for a Spring 2011 release.
Being an Asian myself, I can say with a great deal of certainty that Asian dishes can more than hold their own with what the rest of the world can offer. There’s a reason why a good number of them are very popular in the world’s other six continents.
And as I discovered with Asian Cooking For Dummies, they’re also fairly easy to cook despite their elaborately-prepared appearances. With 60 traditional video recipes from China, India, Japan and Thailand, this easy-to-use app should make you kitchen-bound in no time.