Android Gets Klout

Klout has had a busy start to 2014. Not only did the influence measurement platform undergo a revamp this year, but it also updated its iOS app to reflect the changes. And now, Klout has finally unveiled an app for Android devices. With Klout for Android, users have the ability…

Competition for Google Drive

When people think of a shared document app, most probably think of Google Drive. There is another app, however, that offers a compelling array of features to draw users away from Drive. Quip, a message and document sharing app, boasts a shared thread for messages and documents, throwing away the need…

TEDtalks to Us on the Go

TED, the popular nonprofit organization, has recently updated its self-titled app. Once downloaded, the free app allows viewers to watch more than 1,400 TEDtalks on iOS devices and more than 1,700 on Android devices. Viewers can also enable subtitles for each video. Moreover, on iOS devices the app allows for…

Evaluate Domain Names with Estibot’s iOS App

Domain appraisal platform Estibot has release an application for iOS devices. Users are able to appraise domain names, access analytics (including search volume, CPC, PageRank, and others), research whois and view parsed registrant and email information, access historical whois snapshots to discover previous domain owners, view and search recent and…

Find a Fido Look-A-Like

Want to adopt a pet with a certain “look?”  If so, look no further than the PetMatch app for iOS by Superfish. With PetMatch, users can upload a picture of a dog or cat or select an image from the app’s photo library in order to find similar adoptable pets in…

Play Hopscotch, Learn to Code

Hopscotch is on the iPad, but this isn’t your traditional chalk and sidewalk game.  Rather, Hopscotch for iPad is an app that teaches kids to code using intuitive building blocks. Through the app, kids can learn the basics of computer programming, including abstraction, sequencing, loops, variables, functions and conditional logic….

Get Organized with MindNode

MindNode, available for iOS and Mac, allows users to visually map out an idea starting with a central point, and then branch off into sub points in order to create a “mind map” (think of a brainstorming map from elementary school). In addition to being able to edit, add and delete points…

Be Productive at a Moment’s Notice

The digital professionals of 2014 can connect with work at a moment’s notice – thanks in large part to mobile devices. To be prepared for any task that comes along, however, professionals need to equip their smartphones and tablets with the right applications. While there are many helpful apps to…

You Won’t Slack with This Internal Communication App for Web and Mobile

Internal communication software is all the rage, and Slack is by far one of the most interesting. The app enables team members to communicate in sync across devices – from desktop to smartphone to tablet – and offers strong search and archiving features. Users can create channels which can include messages,…

Zoom Makes Meetings High Fidelity

You can run from a meeting, but you won’t be able to hide much longer thanks to Zoom. The app makes it possible to have video conferences and web meetings. Zoom provides strong collaboration features including annotations, screen sharing, whiteboarding (iPAD), dynamic voice detection, recording, as well as integration with…