No matter how you look at it, lists are essential to the various aspects of our everyday life. Whether you're simply jotting down a few tasks to be completed or are writing a complete guide for the grocery shopper in your family, lists are unavoidable. For the less technology oriented, Shot Note brings handwritten to handheld with its easy-to-use iPhone app used in conjunction with the physical stationary from company Ampad.
After continued use, it's a given that typical screen protectors tend to wear themselves out. The corners begin to peel and all kinds of dirt and other unwanted grime creeps in. What's worse is that regular screen films don't provide sufficient screen protection to balance out the aforementioned issues. Therefore, Spigen SGP's continuation to its signature GLAS.t glass screen protector ($27.99) line for the iPhone 5 is the optimal solution for those wishing to keep their iPhone's screens pristine and scratch-free.
We absolutely fell in love with Spigen SGP's top-notch solution for users seeking an effective way to safeguard their iPhone's screens. Their line of high quality tempered glass screen protectors recently expanded to the new iPad, and naturally we were eager to get our grubby hands on a unit. The GLAS.t for the new iPad ($69.99) is a premium tempered glass screen protector catered to users who clumsily and frequently drop their devices.
At times, differing from the norm is a great thing - especially in the iOS market with tons and tons of competitive accessories available without substantial perks over one another. The Urbanista Copenhagen headphones have taken creativity to another level; how do they fair?
Life is a inextricable jumble of accidents, failures, drops and whatnot that always have the potential to hinder your iPhone to some extent. While people prefer thin cases over bulkier ones, most in the recent past have been the latter by adding additional weight to your device but also protecting. LifeProof's iPhone 4/4S ($79.99) iteration of their popular line of cases aims to provide protection against many of the usual culprits that inflict damage while simultaneously providing that assurance in a sleek, form-fitted fashion.
As you know, our way of saying thank you while also promoting applications that we love has passed a first of many milestones recently, and this week we've got a product to giveaway. Making your screen beautiful while also giving a sweet apple aroma to your iOS device, appleJuce is up for grabs this week ($24.99 value).
Kickstarter has been the funding partner with many high budget, successful accessories, among the plethora of other things that are funded daily on the community website, and it today boasts another product that is both relevant to this site and looks like it's got some serious potential. The SoundBender amplifies your music without power, batteries or anything of the sort, however, only for the iPad 2.
There's really no material completely prone to being damaged, and while the iPhone's glass exterior may look extremely nice, it's easy to scratch and have its look just that easily, simply put, messed up. There are numerous products that have been made to rectify the issue, and have, but they don't all appeal to every single one of the many iOS-device owners out there - in order to fix the issue for people annoyed by, for example, the Otterbox Defender's plastic screen overlay, Spigen has manufactured the SGP GLAS.t available for $27.99.
I think that this product is truly great, and evidently so do atleast 1,220 other people who have backed the MobileMount on Kickstarter. Soon to be available, this spinoff of typical iPhone stands is more than unique.
Sometime last week, I received a few products from the geeky, and so similar to me, guys over at ThinkGeek. Since the four things I got aren’t really worthy of a full review