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[24 Dec 2014 | No Comment | 13,243 views]
Mouse Tales: A New Game For 1-3 Year Olds

Mouse Tales is the latest from Wirenode s.r.o – a brand new iPad game for young kids – 1 to 3 year olds. Help the mice to get ready for a trip !
Mouse Tales is a puzzle-based game for small kids. The goal is to teach kids about new objects and what they can do with them and where they belong.
iTunes link:
Game page: http://www.tobigames.com/mousetales.html

Apps for Kids !, Featured »

[13 Apr 2014 | No Comment | 7,487 views]
Brainfeed Promises To Change The Way Children Engage With Education

The intersection of kids’ screen time and education is of special interest to us here at iptiam. Brainfeed is an app that claims to revolutionize that intersection.

Create on the iPad, Featured »

[14 Mar 2013 | No Comment | 13,376 views]
Penultimate: The Original Handwriting App for iPad

Penultimate gives you the natural experience of writing on paper

Featured, Get Smarter! »

[13 Mar 2013 | No Comment | 6,142 views]
MealPlan: Meal and Grocery Planner

MealPlan is an easy, efficient way to plan meals and groceries.

Featured, Games and Movies »

[13 Mar 2013 | No Comment | 3,174 views]
Discovr Movies – Discover New Movies

Here is a movie discovery app with a very neat implementation

Business Apps, Featured »

[13 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 3,506 views]
Beesy: Professional Note-Taking On The iPad

Beesy is a business note-taking application. Using a fast structured note-taking system and enabling instant meeting minutes, Beesy improves meetings productivity and priority follow-up.
And since most actions are assigned or updated during meetings, Beesy automatically generates actions from notes, allowing users to easily browse them afterwards by action types, people or projects until their achievement.
Using Beesy’s new HD version at work further enhances business productivity:
 To focus on the meeting and its participants but do not miss any important part of it, Beesy HD
adds support for audio recording …

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[4 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 2,555 views]
Apple’s 200 Million One-Click Customer Base

Statspotting is reporting that Apple now has a 200 Million One Click Customer base –
“One stat we spotted as part of the iPad2 launch : Apple has 200 Million iTunes accounts now, that is, 200 Million People with their credit cards tied to their user accounts.
That reach is unbeatable by any measure – there is NO other platform anywhere that can promise that kind of a one click purchase base. (Amazon might come close, but we doubt it, plus its not really the same thing).”
Link: StatSpotting

Featured, Opinion »

[31 Mar 2010 | No Comment | 2,452 views]
The Battle Of The App Marketplaces

This was going to happen, only we did not realize it would happen so soon. As app marketplaces compete to attract developers and users to build a sustainable ecossytem, we as a digital generation get to witness the most significant thing in our connected lives this decade – the battle of the app marketplaces.
So we know they can be device driven (iPhone/Droid/iPad) or platform/network driven (Twitter/Facebook) – and we did some crystal ball gazing here at iptiam some time back – (Read OneForty and iTunes App Store: Do They Intersect? …

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[22 Mar 2010 | No Comment | 2,170 views]
Why Mark Zuckerberg Should Be Scared of the iPad

Social Networking has played out predictably so far – you basically have a profile on Facebook, establish your network there, and then, as smarter ways to access your information come up, you use those ways. So for example, you can either browse Facebook.com on your iPhone, or, use the Facebook iPhone App to get a more native experience.
Now here is something that would be a true game changer: if the device guys go after the social networking space. Thats right. Because slowly, the device guys also have started owning platforms – …

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[22 Mar 2010 | No Comment | 1,092 views]
Writing Code For A Device You’ve Not Touched

Developers, I think, do this, only for Apple: write apps for a device they havent touched. Yes, the iPad simulator has been around to help them, but its not the same thing.
For many of them, getting apps onto the iPad will be a challenge, at least at first. Apple has provided only a few companies with iPads on which to design and test their software before the device’s release on April 3.
The rest have had to make do with software running on a Mac that mimics the iPad, a disadvantage …