Supersport released an iPhone app and I was asked to spend a bit of time on it in order to let you know what I think. Well here are my thoughts. Great User Experience The app probably has the most beautiful interface I have seen in a while. It uses the space of the iPhone [...]
A twitter client is a programme that can be used to access your twitter account without actually going to the twitter.com website. Twitter clients are becoming increasingly useful as they allow you to customise what you see in twitter and most have now extended their service to facebook as well. Making it easier to manage [...]
Social media can suck up all your time and energy if you are not careful. That’s why it is important to find ways to slot your social media marketing into your life rather than the other way around. Phone applications have become a very successful way to manage your social networks and the iPhone has [...]
A few months ago I wrote a post on my top ten iphone applications for 2009 which may have been a bit soon to place judgement on future applications coming out in 2009. Now that we have reached the end of this last year I feel a little more equipped to provide a more substantial [...]
This article will become my 500th tweet on my primary twitter profile @mikeasaunders. A rather momentous occasion as I have found it to be a pivotal area of my Social Media marketing. Twitter has been very slow to take off in South Africa which begs the question ‘what value is there in twitter for South [...]
The iPhone has taken the world by storm and with the App Store functionality the iPhone customisability is growing rapidly. Apps are a dime a dozen and most of them are fairly pointless and possibly even useless. There are however a few useful and even life altering applications for the iPhone. These are the applications [...]
In the new software update iPhone 3.0. Apple have bought in the option to create censorships over which applications can be downloaded. Even though it seems that Apple’s reason for this is so that it can allow adult apps into the App Store, I would still encourage you to make use of this ‘restrictions’ function. Especially if your children own an iPhone! Click here to find out how to enable this on the iPhone.