By revamping its website Tuesday, Foursquare has made it easier to discover more places, tips and deals right from your big-screen device(s). Before this redesign I never felt compelled to visit Foursquare.com. For what? Their mobile app has everything one needs… feature-rich tools for checking in, viewing one’s stats, managing friends, exploring new venues, creating lists, etc. With this makeover, Foursquare now gives us a more visually-engaging experience and reason to visit their site on our desktops. Continue reading →
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In response to Apple’s iCloud release Wednesday, Box.net launched a very favorable promotion for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad users Thursday. iOS device owners can receive a free 50 GB lifetime Box account for sharing and file storage now through December 2, 2011. To receive their automatic upgrade, users can download the Box app on their iPhone or iPad and register or sign in to their account. Continue reading →
If you’re like me and need lists to help keep your life organized but you also use several computing platforms on a daily basis, your tasks can often be misplaced or spread across multiple devices. Personal computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones…where will the onslaught of digital device options end? Or, better yet, where will all my digital task-keeping chaos converge? Unfortunately, technology doesn’t always make life easier, much less organized. I do, however, feel much closer to achieving multi-platform, list-regulating bliss. 6Wunderkinder’s free task-managing app, Wunderlist, allows cloud-syncing for all your to-dos on Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android and the Web. Continue reading →