Tag: apps

Review: Roku Streaming Stick almost does it all

By Ted Kritsonis

It’s not the 4K-enabled Roku 4 that has already launched in the United States, but the company’s new Streaming Stick is an example of a value product that punches above its weight and delivers more than might be expected of it.

The best travel apps for frequent flyers

Smartphones can be the quintessential travel accessory and great apps and services that work across borders can really take the sting out of long-haul flights and the general stress that modern travel brings with it.

Home Improvement Apps

By Christine Persaud
Along with a wide selection of television shows and personalities that offer up their advice, warnings, and suggestions, there are a multitude of apps on which you can rely as well to help with home renovations. From assisting in measuring and creating, to simply finding the right person for the job while you sit back and catch the game, here are 4 interesting ones.

Canadian Bloggers Feature Prominently in New Vegan Food Monster App

By Christine Persaud
New York-based One Green Planet went north of the border to launch the app first because Canada is a very “vegan-friendly” country, says the company, and thus a great place to gauge consumer reaction before proceeding with a worldwide release.

5 Great Business Productivity Apps

By Christine Persaud
When it comes to business and productivity, there are plenty of apps that can help simplify and improve the workflow process. Here’s a roundup of five great ones.

IF automates functions to make your smartphone smarter

By Ted Kritsonis

You may not know it, but some of your apps can communicate with each other without much thought put into it. Automated apps are capable of bringing together disparate elements of the connectivity you have and live with to create situations where one action can trigger an event or function, like uploading photos or turning on lights automatically.