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APPraisal: Pulse

July 12, 2010

Justin is back with another APPraisal guest review!

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I’m not a huge RSS junkie, nor do I visit a multitude of sites per day. I do, however, visit a small number of sites a LOT each day. I would say I’m visiting Gizmodo like 30 times between 8 am and 4:30 pm. So, if you’re like me and read a small number of sites with great frequency, Pulse is for you!

Read the rest of this entry at justinriggle.COM.  Thanks Justin! »

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Papercraft Friday #89: iDonkey Phone Kit

June 4, 2010

Wish the iCade Arcade Cabinet that ThinkGeek pranked was a little more substantial?  Make a mini version of your own with this Donkey Kong  iPhone / iPod Touch kit, featured this week at Papercraft Paradise.  It may not play games like the fake one did, but you can make it a nice dock for your iPhone or iPod Touch.

Not keen on this one?  Want more?  Check out other Papercraft Friday posts.

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Bookmarked: MacUpdate.com

May 16, 2010

MacUpdate.com is a website that helps you keep all your Apple Macintosh computer software and Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad apps up-to-date.  5,000,000 unique visitors hit the site every month, and I’m one of them.  While it’s certainly very easy to install and update software on a Mac, keeping up with all the updates to all the software is always difficult, regardless of platform.  MacUpdate makes it easy, which is why they’re “the #2 Most Popular Mac-only software website on the Internet, second only to Apple.com.”  If you own a Mac and don’t use their site… what the heck have you been doing?!?

The site is free to use, but they have several side features that are useful to members, such as a desktop client that will compare your software versions with the latest versions available, and update your software automatically.  If you find that keeping your software up-to-date is always a bit of a hassle, try MacUpdate.  Let me know what you think!

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Bookmarked: TouchArcade

May 2, 2010

If AppShopper was my ultimate source for tracking Apple apps, then TouchArcade.com is my definitive source for game app news and information.  TouchArcade posts several game app related articles a day on upcoming releases, news, reviews, previews for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.  If you want to know about a game, they’ve probably talked about it on TouchArcade.  Plus they have a very active community with some heavily trafficked forums.  All of that combines to make it a must-view website for me almost daily.  Let me know what you think!

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Bookmarked: AppShopper.com

April 15, 2010

I’ve recommended AppShopper.com to several people over just the past week, which certainly qualifies it for a Bookmarked post.  AppShopper is a great site for tracking Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch apps.  They list all of the new releases, you can make a list of what you own, and best of all, you can make a wish list to track what you want to own.  When the price drops on an app on your wish list, you can get notification by email or RSS.  Needless to say, this site has cost me some money!  A lot of my APPraisal posts started with something I found or was following on Appshopper.  But it’s also saved me a lot, by allowing me to track apps and purchase them at the price I like when they go on sale or the price drops.  It’s one of my few go-to app sites.  If you’re an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch user, try out AppShopper.com.  Let me know what you think.

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