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Mommy In Chief loves using her smartphone for fun and productivity. In this episode, you will learn some of the best apps moms will enjoy for learning, organization and amusement!
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by Lauren Coleman
Mobile phone applications are being downloaded at an impressive rate. In fact a research company called Gartner just announced earlier this year that by the end of 2014, over 185 billion applications will have been downloaded from mobile app stores, since the launch of the first one in July 2008. Apps are being developed to do everything from monitor your health to organize your finances, but what are the favorite applications being used by those who work in various parts of the tech industry? I decided to go behind the screen with a few members of the technorati and find out.
Cardio Trainer tops Mark Nyon’s list. “My favorite app right now is easily Cardio Trainer by Worksmart Labs. It’s free, and uses GPS to track my route as I rollerblade (I rollerblade between 30 and 50 miles per week). This exercise is helps me maintain my life/work balance as the principal and CEO of Grand Kru Technologies.”
Smartphones and tablets are the way of the future, so our children should be prepared to use them. It’s never too early to teach your child how to touch and slide; and, it can work for your sanity when there are not any toys or books around. Plus, just as much as they are having fun, they are also learning.
With so many apps available, you may not know where to start. So, here is a list of the tried and tested from parents at Babble, Parenting and me. And, guess what? All of them are free! Read the rest of this entry »
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CNNMoney.com recently compiled a list of apps that can help you save money by providing cost comparisons and pinpointing bargains on flights and gas. There’s even an app to help you avoid a speeding ticket! Check out these 9 apps that can help you have more control over your financial life.
This free app provides 43 different personal finance calculators.
Available on Android, iPhone, iPad
(Atlanta Business Chronicle) — If you want to find the nearest concession stand at the Georgia Dome, there’s an app for that. Or there will be soon.
The Georgia World Congress Center Authority, which governs the Georgia Dome, Centennial Olympic Park and the 3.9 million-square-foot convention center downtown, is looking to hire a software company to develop an iPhone application to help football fans and conventioneers navigate its three properties.