Purchasing individual ringtones from Apple can quickly become expensive. Thankfully, iToner from Ambrosia allows users to easily create and customize iPhone ringtones, but only those who want to create dozens of ringtones will find value in the app. Read on for our review and ringtone creation walkthrough.
The newest version of the Doxie Scanner from Apparent is the Doxie One. It requires no computer connection to work, and with the addition of Apple SD Card Readers, it can upload scans to both iPads and iPad Minis.
The Brenthaven Trek Folio is an extremely well designed and executed case for the iPad mini. David Winograd tells you why this may be the case for you.
There are apps that help you find restaurants or movies to your liking and even apps that help you find apps. But a really worthy use of an iDevice is Art Alert, an app that helps you find art museums anywhere you may be traveling.
If you enjoy illustrated book then you love the three book Vern Seward points out in this week's Free on iTunes. Illustrated Hans Christian Andersen, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and Leonardo Da Vinci.
There are more ways to get your media out in the public eye and in this week's Free on iTunes, Vern Seward points out 3 that are sure to please. Whip, Tumblr, and Showyou.
The Other World Computing (OWC) Envoy Pro is a new enclosure made specifically for the unique form factor of the Retina MacBook Pro SSD. After upgrading your internal SSD, the Envoy lets you use the stock Apple drive in a beautiful and fast USB 3.0 enclosure that perfectly matches the aesthetics of the MacBook Pro. Read on for our full hands-on review and benchmarks.
Making some changes in your life? In this installment of Free on iTunes, Vern Seward points out three iOS tools that may help. Pinterest, Snapguide, and Realtor.
Keeping track of and paying bills can be a chore. Chronicle 5, for OS X, can turn a chore into fun and help you get well organized. With a time-ordered list, visible calendar as well as payment reminders, it's a great tool to get your bills under control in 2013.
The iGearUnlimited Portfolio Case for the iPad mini is a second rate product that shows signs of being rushed to market before it was properly engineered and designed. David Winograd has been using it for a few weeks and has run into problems with just about every design decision. Read his review and find out what the developer did wrong.
TMO Weekly Sponsor
MGG 454: Power Interruptus
Dave's back from WWDC and he and John have a lot of your questions to answer! Discussion includes sending and…
ACM 208: iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, Mac Pro, WWDC, Whew!
Apple hit us with all kinds of big announcements during its World Wide Developer Conference keynote presentation this week with…