UX Write for the iPad is an excellent word processor for the iPad and includes Dropbox support. Last summer, it was reviewed by The Mac Observer and given a Solid rating. Since then the author has continuously improved this app, and now it includes the ability to export in the .docx format. This Part II is an update to the current state of the app and includes a revised rating.
Quirky’s Keeper iPhone 5 case offers a new spin on a combination iPhone case and wallet. The concept is good, but the product needs a bit of improvement.
The flexible EZ-Flex Holder fastens to most any surface that will accept a clamp style fastener, including headboards, to allow for hands free reading, surfing, or game playing for either iPads or iPad minis. The steel gooseneck arm provides almost unlimited flexibility for positioning.
The Poseidon Messenger Bag from ECBC, part of their K7 series, has a casual look which conceals a sturdy, workhorse bag that will carry any laptop up to 13 inches along with an iPad and assorted work gear. It is lightweight and comfortable, has good color options and a comfortable, adjustable shoulder strap.
Vern Seward gives your grey matter a workout with three great brain teaser apps in this week's Free on iTunes. 94 Seconds, Clockwork Brain, and Chain of Thought.
Keir Thomas has published the second edition of his Mac Kung Fu manual, written for Mountain Lion, and it has over 400 tips with something included for everyone.
The new AV Pro external drive enclosure from CalDigit offers impressive USB 3.0 speed along with convenient FireWire 800 compatibility, but its lack of user-replaceable drives means that only professionals with the highest performance requirements, and budgets, will be eager to pick one up.
The Cally app for iOS is a units and currency converter plus a scientific calculator. It is brilliant at conversions, but flubs badly as a calculator. John Martellaro explains why the calculator part needs a complete overhaul.
Looking for great headphones that offer solid bass without muddying up the sound? Bryan Chaffin reviews the V-Moda Crossfade M-100 headphones. He said they look great and sound even better.
Like your news more social? Vern Seward point out 3 iOS apps that should fit the bill in this week's Free on iTunes. News Republic, Thirst, and Rockmelt. Check it out.
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