Translating your Swedish love letter is now much easier via handwritten text input.
Ugly Christmas sweaters have become something of a tradition, but it's hard to beat the level of hideousness you can achieve by creating your own using a free app from Digital Dudz.
The secret to Instagram's success is in the app's simplicity — it allows people to share snapshots of moments in quick bursts. Can Instagram's success be repeated, but with one-second videos? Nobody knows, but the OneSec app is sure going to try.
Are you one of those people who grips the armrest with white knuckles and grinds their teeth during a flight? Sure you could take one of those fancy courses that they offer at some major airports, but then you've got to find a way to get there.
During last week's E3, Microsoft touted Xbox SmartGlass, its me-too attempt to add a secondary display to its Xbox 360 experience. Microsoft's updated the My Xbox Live app for iPhone to give us a tiny taste of what it's like to use a secondary device to control an Xbox 360.
There are about a million ways to get music on an iOS device. Do we really need another? Amazon thinks so. iOS users can now stream all of their favorite music directly to their iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad with its Cloud Player.
If you're reading DVICE, chances are you're into space-related news. If you get sweaty over detailed solar system simulator apps, then Christopher Albeluhn's "The Solar System: Explore Your Backyard" is going to make your bladder explode.
Solving a problem that nobody seemed to have in the first place, Berger and Fohr's "Rechner Calculator" trades button presses for multitouch gestures that will supposedly speed up your calculating needs by 200 percent!
Whether you like it or not, Facebook will switch your profile over to the timeline format over the next few weeks (if they haven't already). My experience has been mostly enjoyable, but Timeline Movie Maker takes it one step further, by turning it into a nostalgic video.
If you're app-happy and a procrastinator, Will Call might just cure what ails you. Although still a concept (it is set to launch in San Francisco this week), Will Call can help you find reasonably priced last-minute event tickets. Say what? I know, finally we can all be rewarded for "spontaneity".