When is a to-do list app not a to-do list app? When it's Ita, an app that's more focused on lists and whose confused messaging detracts from its strengths.
Yahoo Weather is a simple, beautifully designed weather app for the average person. But does it provide enough information for everyday use?
Todoist is another entry into the increasingly crowded iPhone to-do list app space, but its advanced features and elegant interface make it a top contender.
Triage, a new email app for the iPhone, tries to make staying in control of your inbox a matter of just a few swipes. But is it powerful enough to solve your email crisis?
Fantastical lets you replace your iPhone's built-in Calendar app with a more powerful alternative. But does it offer everything Calendar does?
A review of mStation’s 2.1 Stereo Tower, a powerful--but large--speaker system for iPod and iPhone.
Agent 18’s EcoShield for iPhone 3G case updates the company’s line of cases for the first-generation iPhone, and while it offers most of the benefits of that line, it also introduces a new drawback.
Consumer electronics are generally the bane of good environmental policy - after all those LCD screens and circuit boards produce a lot of toxic waste and are rarely disposed of safely. The Agent18 Eco iPhone Shield, though, gives you the chance to protect your iPhone with a smaller environmental impact.
The 6th generation nano was controversial--some loved it, some hated it due to the things it removed from the 5th gen. model. The 7th generation nano makes a lot of changes--but does will it make users happy?
Is the 5th generation iPod touch the best handheld portable media player ever created?
Some people were disappointed that the iPhone 5 didn't offer any truly revolutionary features. But they shouldn't have been. The iPhone 5 is a major upgrade and an amazingly good phone.
The iPad 2 is a solid upgrade over the first-generation model. I'm not sure it's a completely must-have upgrade for owners of the previous model, but new iPad users will find it a speedy, sleek, terrific tablet.
The Agent 18 NanoShock Kit provides a stylish and affordable - but somewhat flawed - protection system for the iPod nano.
One of the more common complaints I have with the iPhone 3G cases I’ve been seeing lately is that they compromise the aesthetics of the phone. Many iPhone 3G cases add bulk to the phone, robbing users of the aesthetic pleasure of the phone and making it harder to slip in and out of pockets. That’s the key problem with iLuv’s Clear Hard Case for iPhone 3G.
IPhone owners are always on the go--and they need a battery that can keep up with them. But the original iPhone didn't have a high-capacity battery. That's something the Mophie Juice Pack iPhone battery extender aims to correct.
The iXoundWear Knit Cap for iPod nano provides a neat way for you to bring your iPod with you outdoors, whether that means on hikes, runs, or just shoveling snow.
Most of the iPod accessories aimed at exercisers, especially runners, come in the form of armbands that hold the iPod. But iXoundWear has got a new place for you to put your iPod during exercise: on your head, thanks to its new line of iPod hats.
IGadget does the job of transferring iPod contents to a new computer better than some of its competitors, but its slowness and occasionally difficult processes keep it from being an unqualified hit.
Here's a brain-teaser for you: when is Google Chrome not really Chrome? The answer is when it's on iOS. Read on to learn more.
If you're looking to discover new music that you love, but feel overwhelmed by the huge number of places to look, Band of the Day--which introduces you to new music every day--is a great app.
Among the trio of major streaming music apps, Rdio stands taller than Spotify or MOG when it comes to user experience and music discovery, but is it a better app overall?
Along with Rdio and Spotify, MOG is one of the new crop of virtually unlimited online jukeboxes that you can stream to your iPhone. And it's great at streaming. Unfortunately, I ran into another problem.
Songza offers a large collection of curated streaming playlists--for free--matched to your mood and the time of day. What it doesn't offer, though, is a streaming infrastructure robust enough to deal with inconsistent bandwidth.
Apple calls the Apple TV a "hobby." But this hobby is on the verge of turning into a job.
A good app is about more than just adding a ton of features. Sometimes usability and good design matter much more. That's proved by Knowtilus, an iPhone browser app that's too rough to recommend.