Do you want to know how many kilometers is in a 100 miles? Or how much 100 euro is in US dollars tonight? Or how many days are left until Valentine’s day? Well, there’s an app for that. Too often, you’ll find these tools available as individual downloads, hence using up precious icon space on your iDevice. But not always! Introducing AppBox Pro, the place to go to for all those things you do on your iPhone once a year.
I know who you are. You are one of two people. Person number one has an unjailbroken iPhone and really despises the included Stock and Weather apps. He wishes to jailbreak his sacred device, but cherishes it too much to place the warranty at risk. So, how does he deal with apps that he never uses and cannot hide or remove? Well, he just leaves them on the last page of his iPhone/iPod Touch, thinking that he could forget about them forever. Think again. Person number two, on the other hand, has jailbroken it and is really happy he did so because now with SBSettings installed, he can hide the unwanted Voice Recorder app. After hiding those nasty preinstalled apps, you replaced them with better alternatives. Right? Don’t fret. Regardless of which person you are, the applications you will see in this post will make you wonder why Apple didn’t include these instead when they shipped the iDevice.
A little while ago I reviewed an app called DocScanner. Although I liked the idea of the app, I was less than impressed with the quality and control of the output. Today I had the pleasure of reviewing a competing product named JotNot from developers MobiTech 3000. Rather than do a side by side comparison I decided to review this app on its own merits and let you decide how you feel in the end.
MyFantasyTeams will definitely not please the WAFS, aka Women Against Fantasy Sports, but it will sure look like candy in the eyes of fantasy sports lovers. For those with a Yahoo! fantasy sports team, you’re in luck. Now you can track your beloved team(s) on your iPhone and iPod Touch wherever you are throughout the season, whether it be in baseball, football, basketball or practically any other professional sport.
The idea behind DocScanner is that it allows you to capture your paper documents and/or images similar to how a scanner would. When I first came across the app I loved the idea and thought that it could be extremely useful, having the ability to keep digital copies of all my daily paperwork.
For many, some of the most useful apps on the iDevice are ones that convert one form of measurement/unit into another. If you’re one of these users, then this post will definitely be of interest to you. Convertbot, a conversion app developed by Tapbots, is now FREE for a limited time. Long considered one of the best in the genre, Convertbot offers a unique and user friendly interface while supporting more than 400 units for conversion.
Convertbot is a unit conversion robot. Convert currency, length, mass, time and much more in an exciting new way! Converting numbers will never again be a mundane task. In addition to its innovative interface, our robot is smart enough to convert to and from mixed units. Are you 5 foot 9 inches tall? Other converters require you to convert that to 5.75 ft in your head before being able to enter it. Convertbot allows mixed units like Foot + Inches, Pounds + Ounces, and more!
At its current price (FREE), Convertbot could be that indispensable app all users should have on their iDevice. Hurry though, as the developer has stated that it will only last for a very limited time.
Tapbots, Convertbot, FREE, 1.5 MB
Wondershare, a company that specializes in DVD and Video file conversion software for the Mac, has now offered their Video to iPhone Converter free (Reg. $39.99) until Sept 10th. While there are plenty of choices out there that convert your video files, Video to iPhone was designed specifically for the iDevice.
Don’t ask me what I meant, I just pounded the keyboard and a title popped up on the screen. What I do know is that developer sonson made this unique app to work extremely well with photos. So, while candiding about the city with your respectable 3GS camera, you have a backup plan in case any of your photos require discretionary measures. In Japanese, the blurring effect is called モザイク or mosaic, but in English, I cannot think of the name. Anyway, (cue the jingle) – there’s an app for that.
sonson, HideHere, 0.99$, 0.1 MB
Apple’s iPhone OS 3.0 has deepened the digital waters in which apps get to splash around. For this reason, several apps have ticked into the App Store that promise to restore grace into getting out of bed. At 99 cents, iMusiClock is and inexpensive enough attempt at making a truly great alarm clock/sleep timer for everyone who is sick of Apple’s robot. While it makes good on the music portion of its name, how does it fare as an alarm?
If there’s anything worth getting dressed for in the morning, it is a new way to wake up. Chances are that you have wedged yourself into a rut, listening to the same alarm every morning and vowing that someday, you will toss it out the window. Well, AlarmTunes is a new app that will wake you up from the dreary night with the pizzaz that radiates from your own music. I’ll say it here, for 99 cents, it makes the drudgery of stuffing yourself into pants worthwhile.