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Are you the proud owner of a shiny new smartphone? If it’s an iPhone or one of the many, many models that use Google’s Android operating system (the Droid X, Droid Incredible, HTC EVO 4G, etc.), it’s time to stock up on apps.Apps, of course, are little programs that let you do all kinds of fun and productive things with your phone. You can download them directly to your phone using an app that’s already on it: Android Market or App Store (for Android phones and iPhones, respectively).There
This week finds me having all kinds of computer and website issues. Basically I’m extremely frustrated and in a bad mood. But fear not. A-wacky-product-hunting we will still go. Stand back and marvel at one of the weirdest iPad apps around, the Bubble Snap app. iPad app is for all of you out there who, just like me, can’t get enough of popping those bubble sheets that come wrapped around fragile products when you get a box in the mail. Welcome to the 21st century inexplicably fun and
A couple months back I wrote about six free programs every computer use should have.
Those were just the tip of the iceberg. If you really want to hit the freeware mother-lode, head to a site called Gizmo’s Freeware. There you’ll find not only a categorized library of hundreds of free programs, but also reviews of those programs (so you’re more likely to choose the wheat over the chaff).
You can browse the site’s “super lists”–collections of