Feel free to contact at email@example.com
Bakari's Latest Posts
The recent update of the free iPhone and iPod touch app, Shazam, includes a feature for continuously recognizing popular songs and TV shows it hears.
Recently I purchased the new iPad Air with the intention of selling or passing on my iPad mini. After spending time with both devices, I’ve realized that I use them both for different purposes.
Having trouble keeping your iCloud account trim? Don’t pay for an upgrade, manage your free storage the smart way. Here’s how.
Dropbox released another iOS app update that includes support for viewing annotations in PDF documents, support for exporting documents with more iWork formats, as well as assorted bug fixes.
My favorite apps of 2013 are those which I found most productive in helping me get things done, and here’s my roundup for iOS.
Twitter released new phone apps, which can now share photos via direct message, adds a new single-finger swipe gesture for switching between Home, Discover, and Activity timelines, and support for Safari Reading List.
I don’t have the stats to prove it, but I think the money I save by going paperless practically pays for my Apple devices.
A new medical service launched this week called Doctor on Demand connects consumers with a US-licensed physician, via a computer, smartphone or tablet. Service calls are $40 for each 15 minutes of consultation.
Each year I look forward to rounding-up my top list of applications used throughout the year, and today I’ll start by listing my OS X picks.
One of the quickest way to take notes on your iPhone is by snapping photos with a photo note app like Notograph, Meteor, or Notica.
Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds are filled with photos of your friends’ daily activities and adventures, but a new lifelogging service called Bokeh offers a slightly different and more personal or private approach.
If you’re a recent convert to markup language Markdown, OS X application Marked ($3.99) provides a way to preview and output plain text Markdown documents in stylized formats not available in Markdown editors.
If you want to access all of your media files and large documents stored directly on your computer, you should check out iOS streaming app and service, Younity.
While Apple provides Bootcamp, a built-in OS X application for installing Windows on your Mac, virtualization program VMWare Fusion 6 allows users to run Windows without restarting their Mac first.
There’s no shortage of PDF handlers for iOS, including iAnnotate and Apple’s recently spruced up iBooks app. It’s time to see how Easy Annotate keeps up with the competition.