Yaara (@ylancet) is a freelance writer, tech blogger and chocolate lover, who's also a biologist and a full-time geek.
iPhone and iPad
With a much larger screen, the iPad is a far more enjoyable photo editor to use than your smartphone. So why not use it to edit your photos?
Drowning out the noise, even if it’s between your ears, really works. Sleep is a slick and free white-noise app for Windows Phone.
“Excuse me sir, can you please take our photo?” “NO!!!!”
The 3Doodler is a pen that draws in 3D plastic. Meaning, you’re not limited to drawing on paper — you can also draw in the air.
Instagram videos are easy enough to make, but they can easily become boring or overdone. Not with these accounts.
When adding an image to your social update, you’re faced with two issues: you need the image to be relevant, and you want to create it quickly. Share As Image does both for you.
Another year has gone by, what has changed in the browser scene? Have your loyalties changed? Let’s find out!
Pho.to Lab takes photo effects as we know them to a whole new level.
One of the most common actions done online by anyone is searching. Here is a free Web app and Chrome extension that wants to make this endless search easier. Synata searches everywhere in one go.
We’ve taken the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8-inch for a spin and now, we have the answers.
You can take pretty darn good photos with your smartphone these days, but sometimes, photos and videos just aren’t enough. This is where photospheres come in.
Android. It’s been around for more than five years, and there’s nothing more natural than seeing it on a smartphone or a tablet. But would you expect to see it in your fridge?
Adonit is a well-known stylus maker, and the Jot Script is their newest product. Unlike most stylus makers, most of Adonit’s styluses have unique tips which you won’t find on other styluses.
By using referrals, solving games, activating products and more, you can earn more than 50GB of storage in your free Dropbox account. How much do you have?
Urbanspoon? What’s so special about Urbanspoon? You’re probably thinking this because you’ve heard of the app before, and old apps are not usually that exciting. This one is!
What’s the best way to use Twitter on Windows 8? I recommend you give MetroTwit a spin. MetroTwit’s slick Windows 8 version is free, contains no ads, and it’s easy to use.
Another exciting CES has come to a close, and it’s time to think about the awesome new things we all heard about. No matter what caught your eye, it’s probably awesome.
iPhone and iPad
Notegraphy makes it easy to create stylized snippets of text for yourself, or to share on social networks, and can also help you find interesting (and beautiful) snippets by others.
Imagine that money was no object. Imagine that you, as a freelancer or just a person who works from home, could have the desk of your dreams. Wouldn’t that be amazing?
Is there a way to use Twitter like an RSS reader and stay updated on what really matters? There are several. If you often use the “favorite” button, Tweetbits could be the solution.
From finding eBook deals to automatically sending articles to your Kindle, these are all the IFTTT recipes you need. This great automation service can be used to supercharge your eBook reading.
The Netatmo Weather Station is a neat gadget that can send current weather conditions from both outside and indoors straight to your smartphone or tablet.
Buffer and monitoring tool Mention combined to give Buffer users the ability to monitor the social Web for mentions of their company or favorite subject, and schedule this content to their social feeds using Buffer.
iPhone and iPad
If you’re looking for a new way to discover good iPhone and iPad apps that have recently gone free, without drowning in endless options, try this exciting web application today.