Articles Posted in the " Featured Apps " Category

  • App of the Week: EyeSight

    App of the Week: EyeSight

    EyeSight by SightTech was developed for users with visual impairments to be the most intuitive magnification and color enhancement tool in iOS history. Designed to utilize the newest iPad’s technology, EyeSight allows anyone to magnify any printed material up to 12X, simply by using a few hand gestures with your iOS 5 device. In addition […]


  • App of the Week: Air Alarm

    App of the Week: Air Alarm

    One of the things that comes in handy is an alarm clock. Nowadays, you can find one on any mobile device out there. You don’t even need to go to the electronics store to get one anymore. Air Alarm is an alarm clock app for iPhone that embelishes on the original alarm clock that iPhones […]


  • App of the Week: Conversion Calculator

    App of the Week: Conversion Calculator

    Ever come across the need to convery units of measurement when you’re on the go? Yup, thre’s an app for that too! Not just any app, its Life Ain’t Scripted’s featured App of the Week Conversion Calcuator from DMBC is fast, simple, and, easy to use. Most of all, its easier on the eyes.   […]


  • App of the Week: Dragon Dictation

    App of the Week: Dragon Dictation

    Dragon Dictation is an easy-to-use voice recognition application powered by Dragon® NaturallySpeaking® that allows you to easily speak and instantly see your text or email messages. In fact, it’s up to five (5) times faster than typing on the keyboard. With Dragon Dictation you can also dictate status updates directly to your Social Networking applications […]


  • App of the Week: Chrome

    App of the Week: Chrome

    Now take Chrome wherever you go with your iDevice! Browse fast with Chrome, now available on your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Sign in to sync your personalized Chrome experience from your computer, and bring it with you anywhere you go. Search fast • Search and navigate fast, directly from the same box. Choose from […]


  • App of the Week: About My Device

    App of the Week: About My Device

    Are you an iOS user that is working with a developer, and they just asked you for some crazy information that you do not understand? Are you a developer trying to work with a client that does not know the difference between a UDID and USB? This app will provide the following pieces of information […]


  • App of the Week: 5-0 Radio Police Scanner Lite

    App of the Week: 5-0 Radio Police Scanner Lite

    HAM radio operators – like our very own Joshua Cintron, callsign KC2VHD, and the average curious citizen would definitely get a kick out of this app. Tap into the largest collection of live police, firefighters, aircraft, railroad, marine, emergency, and ham radios. Be the first to know about important news, events, or any major crime […]


  • App of the Week: This American Life

    App of the Week: This American Life

    This American Life is a hit public radio show and most weeks, the most popular podcast in the country. This app gives you on-demand access to all episodes going back to the show’s launch in 1995. In other words, you get the full archive of the series, at your fingertips. You can stream for free […]


  • App of the Week: Essentials

    App of the Week: Essentials

    Have you ever struggled to see your Status Bar on your iOS Device? Well here’s your answer.  Essentials gives you all your ‘Essential’ information in one Easy-To-Use, Easy-To-See, VoiceOver compatible manner. We also enable you to use your device as a Torch** Information available within Essentials includes: – Battery Level* and Status – Network Services […]


  • App Of The Week: AudioLabels

    App Of The Week: AudioLabels

    As a visually impaired person, even finding the right clothes can be a challenge. With this app of the week, EyeWare incorporates two modern technologies into one very useful application. AudioLabels helps visually impaired persons to recognize objects through an audio description associated to barcodes or QR codes. AudioLabels works in two simple steps: 1) […]