Category: Apps

This category features posts related to apps for every type of mobile device and covers ideas for this 21st century industry. Here you’ll find games, social media, education and life hack apps that will be worthwhile for to download onto a smartphone.

Wigglehop: An App to Make Movie Planning Simple

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Wigglehop is an iPhone and iPad app that is dead simple to use to help us select movies to go and see – A simple task for an app that is able to do so with an elegant and intuitive design. Wigglehop isn’t just a movie planner, it’s also a backup movie planner. Because even best laid plans can fall apart, Wigglehop recommends and lets us plan for times when dinner may involve two bottles of wine instead of one, thus resulting in being an hour past schedule. With Wigglehop, we simply pick up the next movie in our plan and we’re back in business.

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Totoya Creatures: Turn iPads and iPhones into Huggable Interactive Toys

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Kid’s toys have evolved so much since the days of G.I. Joe action figures and My Little Pony Dolls – now tablets and electronic devices are being coupled with tangible toys to make way for a new level of “play time”. Creative agency Carnation Group has just unveiled a genius design that turns your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch into a lovable, huggable and furry plush toy for children.

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Unstuck: An App To Help You During Challenging Times

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Everyone gets stuck sometimes, whether it be because there is a lack of inspiration, not knowing how to lead a team or wondering what to do next. When that happens there is an app for that. Unstuck, for the iPad, helps you work through challenging situations by guiding you through steps and questions that will eventually help launch action.

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Openspace: A Real-Life App Store

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With apps readily available for download via your iTunes app store and the Android Marketplace, it made us wonder: Could the online app stores be available as a traditional brick and mortar retail space? The owners of Openspace think so. The online app store recently opened the first physical real-life app store in Boulder, Colorado.

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Taggie

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Taggie is a concept application that helps children research where foods in the supermarket come from. Designed by Niels van Hoof, a Dutch design student, the application was created for a graduation project at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, but now could serve as a great education resource for children in the future.

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Uwar

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Ever dream of taking your favorite first person shooter video game into real-world settings? We don’t mean actually picking up a gun and shooting, but rather putting a game onto a mobile device that you can then use to interact within your own real-world environment and play with friends. Uwar is a first person shooter that uses augmented reality, a smartphone and a printed Uwar t-shirt to let you play a revolutionary real-life multiplayer first person shooter in any city.

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TaskMaster

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Our favorite productivity tool for a long time has been HQ by Sleeping Giant to manage our tasks and to do lists, and there have been very few apps that performed with the same ease and simplicity with a stylish framework. But the team from Art4Web has come together with Advanced Shopping s.r.o. to offer an iPhone app that is comparable and easy on the eyes.

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TieSight

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Ever try to setup a Full Windsor knot or perfectly puff out your tie-bow that would turn heads on Wall Street? The anger and teeth-grinding efforts of getting that perfect tie might be coming to an end with the TieSight app.

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Roamz

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Roamz is a travel companion app for your iPhone that helps you discover new places around you. By integrating into your social media accounts (Facebook, Foursquare, Twitter and Instagram), Roamz provides a live filterable stream that gives you an overview of what others are talking about in your current local area.

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Cards by Apple

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Many years ago a company called Snailmailme.com was founded, their goal was to change the mailing industry by making it simpler, easier and in the form of a web application. Sadly, that startup began to fizzle away and a new generation of technology to post mail applications have become available that are not only more seamless, interactive and usable but also can be done on the go. Apple recently announced the launch of Cards – a simple way for you to send a folded letterpress card from your iPhone or iPod Touch.

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