AirKill 2.0 provides a more intensive gameplay and support for all iOS devices available today – both 3.5″ and 4″ iPhones, the iPad 2 and Retina Display iPad
What is your primary task as a member of your Toastmasters club executive committee and how to excel on that task so that your club can grow and make yourself a better leader.
Fellow Toastmasters and guests, the app that you’ve waiting for has finally arrived. Introducing Speech Timer 2.0 for Mac OS X, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch – and projectors too.
We’re re-designing our widely-used Toastmasters application for the upcoming iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks – out goes skeuomorphism so that you can refocus your eye on things that matter: your task and your content. Check out how we’re doing this.
The iPad has the better form factor for blogging on-the-go than laptops or smartphones. However software limitations still prevents it from being the one-stop blogging hardware. Why?
Wi-Fi sync is great – you don’t need to plug in your iPad or iPhone to sync with your computer. This is wonderful when you subscribe to podcasts using iTunes and need to freshen up your iOS devices every day with new podcasts. That is if it always works reliably. However in my experience of […]
TweetaScope has been uploaded now in Apple’s App Store review and should be available for you some time next week. With TweetaScope, you can discover trending topics by glancing on a word cloud view of your Twitter timeline.
We’re announcing Tweetascope – the twitter app that helps you see all the good tweets and skip out all the junk.
Do you want a speaker timer on your Mac? Why time speeches on an OS X laptop or desktop instead of on mobile? Is it for Toastmasters or other kinds of speeches? Please let us know.
You’re trying to talk yourself from buying the new iPad? Then these points should help you dissuade yourself from hitting your credit card limits with the iPad. Your bank account and retirement fund will thank you too!