Category Archive: iOS Apps

Summer/Spring App by Nick Fabrizio

by Runtastic is a pace/step counter that can be abjusted to your bodys weight and hieght to get the maxium use out of this app. Most pace/stepcounters can cost upwards of 75$ or… Continue reading

Nike+ Running App By Noah Dalton


Now that spring is here, it’s time to get outside and enjoy the good weather. This app from Nike will help you do just that. This app has some really great features for… Continue reading

Summer App Review: MyFitnessPal by Gabe Landau


Continuing my reviews of fitness/nutrition apps, here comes one of my personal favorites. It’s called, MyFitnessPal and it is available on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store for Android. This app is a… Continue reading

Travel Postcard App by Zach Glowik


  The Travel Postcard app is a free app available on the App Store. This app allows you to easily create postcards of your summer vacation spots and send them to your friends… Continue reading

Swell Info for iPhone by Matt Parziale


If you are an avid surfer, or even a beginner, the app Swell Info for the iPhone is a must have. This app is a little costly at $2.99, but is saturated with information about… Continue reading

Weber’s On The Grill App by Max Cohee


What is Weber’s On The Grill? Weber’s On The Grill is an app centered around cooking with the iPad and “features 280 classic Weber recipes plus 40 recipes for rubs, marinades, and sauces… Continue reading

App Review: Meal Snap by Gabe Landau


With the invention of the smartphone, came a wave of apps meant to make calorie-counting and nutrition in general easier. A couple months ago, an app called “Meal Snap” was released in the… Continue reading

Cramberry App by Max Cohee


What is Cramberry? Cramberry is an app that helps you study using your iDevice.  It allows you to create and use flashcards virtually.  It can be used both on your PC/Mac and on… Continue reading

iPhone vs iPod Touch by Gabe Landau


Many people today are familiar with two of Apple’s main products, the iPod Touch and the iPhone. These two devices are clearly different in some ways, but not as many as you would… Continue reading

Ipad Test by Nick Fabrizio


Day 1 I obtained the ipad. Then I installed apps being: Myscriptcalculator, Myhomeworkapp, and penultimate because you have to pay for notablility. I then used the calculator app in math class, instead of using my actual calculator because… Continue reading

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