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What Are The Top 5 Mobile Apps You Can’t Live Without? [MakeUseOf Poll]

Android iPhone and iPad

What Are The Top 5 Mobile Apps You Can’t Live Without? [MakeUseOf Poll]

Deviating somewhat from our regular polls, this week you get a free hand to tell us about the top 5 mobile apps you couldn’t live without this year. 2012 has seen many new apps, many significant updates, and many new mobile devices. Compiling a limited list of options was hard, but hopefully you can all find at least 5 apps you would install no matter what.

Yaara Lancet December 16, 2012
What Are The Top 5 Mobile Apps You Can’t Live Without? [MakeUseOf Poll]
What Is Your Favorite Tech Innovation of 2012? [We Ask You]

Web Culture

What Is Your Favorite Tech Innovation of 2012? [We Ask You]

The end of the year is approaching fast, with 2012 set to turn into 2013 in a matter of weeks, assuming of course that the Mayans were wrong. It’s been a great 12 months in the world of technology, with lots of new innovations pushed out into the world. But what has been your one highlight?

Dave Parrack December 16, 2012
What Is Your Favorite Tech Innovation of 2012? [We Ask You]
Save.me Brings Clipboard Monitoring To A New Level [Windows]

Windows

Save.me Brings Clipboard Monitoring To A New Level [Windows]

It only took me one or two disasters in losing huge blocks of copied text to cave in and download a third-party clipboard manager for Windows. While there are many, like ClipTrap, I’ve found that plenty of them have poor interfaces or indexing options that are not very featureful. Just the other day, I stumbled across a new one by the name of Save.me. At first, Save.me doesn’t come across as a clipboard manager.

Craig Snyder December 16, 2012
Save.me Brings Clipboard Monitoring To A New Level [Windows]
Apple Posts 2012 Editors’ Choice Awards for the iPhone and iPad [Updates]

iPhone and iPad

Apple Posts 2012 Editors’ Choice Awards for the iPhone and iPad [Updates]

Apple recently posted its Editors’ Choice awards for the best iPhone and iPad apps for 2012, along with highlights of the year’s best top stories, notable trends and events shaping the growth and evolution of apps and games. Action Movie FX was chosen as app of the Year for the iPhone, while the Game of the Year for the iPhone is Rayman Jungle Run, a legendary platform hero game.

Bakari Chavanu December 16, 2012
Apple Posts 2012 Editors’ Choice Awards for the iPhone and iPad [Updates]
Monitor The Status Of Apple’s Cloud Services On The New System Status Page [Updates]

Internet iPhone and iPad

Monitor The Status Of Apple’s Cloud Services On The New System Status Page [Updates]

Despite the best of efforts, outages are part and parcel of online services. With cloud services and our 24×7 dependence on them, service disruptions can be more than irksome. Giving users a way to check the current status is one way of customer support. Apple has revamped its system status page and rolled out a more comprehensive one that should help to keep users informed.

Saikat Basu December 15, 2012
Monitor The Status Of Apple’s Cloud Services On The New System Status Page [Updates]
eBooks, Remote Control & Other Creative Uses For Dropbox That You Haven’t Thought Of

Internet

eBooks, Remote Control & Other Creative Uses For Dropbox That You Haven’t Thought Of

Do you think you’ve thought of every possible use for Dropbox? You haven’t. Neither have I. Writers like me will never get sick of dreaming up new ways to use Dropbox, because this seemingly simple tool can be used to accomplish so much. It’s a program that provides a simple service – sync a particular folder on your computer with all of your other computers and a web service.

Justin Pot December 15, 2012
eBooks, Remote Control & Other Creative Uses For Dropbox That You Haven’t Thought Of
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