2014 Roundup – Best Apps of 2014
With over 1.3 million apps in Apple’s App Store and another 1.3 million apps in the Google Play store, finding the best apps of the year can be a little overwhelming. Where do you start? One of the best resources on the internet are the ‘Best of 2014’ lists that companies release in late 2014. As a consumer, you can take advantage of the time and effort that companies have put into evaluating apps and discover apps that you may not know about. Take a look at four of our favorite lists for the ‘Best Apps of 2014’ below.
Implementation Choices For Google Calendar App on iPhone/iPad
Do you use Google’s Calendar app on your iPhone or iPad? Implementation choices for the Google Calendar app on iPhones and iPads are plentiful. There are pros and cons for each implementation choice. Here are four implementation choices and their respective pros and cons:
New V2.0 Gmail App for iPhone/iPad – Time to Switch?
Google just released version 2.0 of the Gmail app for iPhone and iPad. Is it time to stop using the native email app in iOS? You’ve always been able to sync your Gmail via Google Sync or just via IMAP. This allowed your email to flow into your native email on an iPhone or iPad. However, if you have a Google account or Google Apps for Business account, you may want to consider switching. Here are a few reasons why: